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History, Locations, and Artifacts / Re: Telepod - Any Known Materials?
« on: August 08, 2008, 11:36:03 am »
But when Marle disappears through the telepod, in maybe no more than 10 minutes, Crono goes back as well. When he arrives, all of the townspeople know the Queen has been found. Gossip spreads fast, but it sure as heck doesn't spread quickly over the course of ten minutes to a whole town of people...

Back on topic, and going with what I said earlier about the Pendant merely making a reaction. Note that for Gates, one needs the key to be present. The Key then, must make the reaction occur, whether by creating some frequency or whatnot. It outputs energy. Then Pendant that Marle carries, has no energy after 13000 years. But provided with the energy, like from the telepod, it is able to release the same output, or something similar, as the Key.

History, Locations, and Artifacts / Re: Telepod - Any Known Materials?
« on: August 07, 2008, 10:14:17 pm »
If I remember correctly, some citizens in 600 A.D. say something to the effect that the Queen was found in the mountains. This means that somebody was in the mountains when she appeared, and they recognized her as the Queen.

I've also always wondered about why time seems to pass differently for you depending on the Era you are in. Perhaps Gates aren't connected in a 1:1 ratio. For example, for every minute of time the Gate in 1000 A.D. goes through, the Gate in 600 A.D. would go through 20 minutes. This would explain how Magus is able to ascend through the ranks of Zeal, which I personally believe would have taken longer than it does for Crono & co. to defeat Azala. Or why seemingly erroneous amounts of time seem to pass.

Bah, I'm getting off topic. Perhaps the Gate Key is nothing more than an electromagnetic wave generator.  Just something to provide a reaction to the Gates. The Pendant is probably the same, in that a reaction with the energy of the Telepod causes the reaction, similar to metal in a microwave.

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Re: Harle-origin and accent
« on: August 07, 2008, 03:50:20 am »
I think that regional dialects makes sense for how they all have different accents. Just like in the world English has many different dialects just by region, let alone upbringing, it can be assumed that the same is true in the Chronoverse.

And big, diverse cities, like Termina, also spew out many dialects.

So, it would go to assume that Harle, despite her origins, would have acquired her accent from both her own personal learning of the Chronopian (is there a word meaning "derived from the Chronoverse?") language, as well as contact with other speakers of the Chronopian language, which I shall henceforth call Chronopian. We can't call it English, as it would have developed independently of our language, especially considering it had no contact for linguistic imperialism. We can only assume that Chronopian is mutually intelligible with English/Japanese/any other language CT/CC has been translated to.

Wow, I went off-topic.

If the above made no sense, it is because I am typing this in the middle of the night, like a fool.

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