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#441 Offline Voxumo

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Posted Dec 26 2012 - 08:31 PM

question if a being is revived from the red star would they still have their memories? reason i ask is imagine if someone was assassinated and saw the person who assissinated them well when they are revived they could just know who killed them and reveal their identity.


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Posted Dec 26 2012 - 08:43 PM

question if a being is revived from the red star would they still have their memories? reason i ask is imagine if someone was assassinated and saw the person who assissinated them well when they are revived they could just know who killed them and reveal their identity.

Yes, Greg confirmed they keep their memories.


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Posted Jan 17 2013 - 06:56 PM

I remember Greg mentioning that the people on the Red Star weren't "too together" or something like that. I imagine the majority of them are insane/distorted due to the trauma of revival and the Red Star's broken machinery. They must be terrible beyond imagining for them to frighten Kopaka the way they did.

 

Let's hope Lhikan isn't amongst them.


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Posted Jan 18 2013 - 01:53 AM

I had a thought earlier today that may or may not have been mentioned yet, but I figure I might as well.

In BIONICLE 2: LoMN, during one of Vakama's visions, he sees a giant Toa Lhikan, As soon as he touches the other Toa's leg, Lhikan transforms into a star and rockets up into the sky, "becoming" a red spirit star. Anyone else think that may have been a sort of foreshadowing to the purpose of the RS?

 

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Posted Jan 18 2013 - 01:31 PM

I had a thought earlier today that may or may not have been mentioned yet, but I figure I might as well.

In BIONICLE 2: LoMN, during one of Vakama's visions, he sees a giant Toa Lhikan, As soon as he touches the other Toa's leg, Lhikan transforms into a star and rockets up into the sky, "becoming" a red spirit star. Anyone else think that may have been a sort of foreshadowing to the purpose of the RS?

 

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Posted Jan 21 2013 - 03:29 PM

I had a thought earlier today that may or may not have been mentioned yet, but I figure I might as well.In BIONICLE 2: LoMN, during one of Vakama's visions, he sees a giant Toa Lhikan, As soon as he touches the other Toa's leg, Lhikan transforms into a star and rockets up into the sky, "becoming" a red spirit star. Anyone else think that may have been a sort of foreshadowing to the purpose of the RS? [img=http://www.majhost.c...ignoffffff.png]

I believe that was supposed to represent Lhikan's Spirit Star, which Vakama, Nokama, and Matau followed to Po-Metru to meet up with Lhikan and the rest of their team. It's possible that the star was red as foreshadowing, or that it had a dual meaning, but it's fairly unlikely that this was the case.

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Posted Jan 22 2013 - 12:33 PM

I had a thought earlier today that may or may not have been mentioned yet, but I figure I might as well.In BIONICLE 2: LoMN, during one of Vakama's visions, he sees a giant Toa Lhikan, As soon as he touches the other Toa's leg, Lhikan transforms into a star and rockets up into the sky, "becoming" a red spirit star. Anyone else think that may have been a sort of foreshadowing to the purpose of the RS? [img=http://www.majhost.c...ignoffffff.png]

I believe that was supposed to represent Lhikan's Spirit Star, which Vakama, Nokama, and Matau followed to Po-Metru to meet up with Lhikan and the rest of their team. It's possible that the star was red as foreshadowing, or that it had a dual meaning, but it's fairly unlikely that this was the case.

It was intended to represent the spirit star, yes, but the way it happened (body is transformed into energy and goes up into a star) seems to suggest a little more was going on. Sometime after the being dies, their body is teleported up into the RS. A teleport disintegrates the being in one place and reassembles them in another--what we saw in Vakama's vision was Lhikan's body being turned into little particles of energy and sent skyward. To me, the dual meaning idea sounds incredibly plausible.

 

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Posted Jan 22 2013 - 03:26 PM

To me, the dual meaning idea sounds incredibly plausible.

As a huge fan of dual meanings, especially for visions, I agree. ^_^


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Posted Jan 22 2013 - 05:08 PM

I had a thought earlier today that may or may not have been mentioned yet, but I figure I might as well.In BIONICLE 2: LoMN, during one of Vakama's visions, he sees a giant Toa Lhikan, As soon as he touches the other Toa's leg, Lhikan transforms into a star and rockets up into the sky, "becoming" a red spirit star. Anyone else think that may have been a sort of foreshadowing to the purpose of the RS? [img=http://www.majhost.c...ignoffffff.png]

I believe that was supposed to represent Lhikan's Spirit Star, which Vakama, Nokama, and Matau followed to Po-Metru to meet up with Lhikan and the rest of their team. It's possible that the star was red as foreshadowing, or that it had a dual meaning, but it's fairly unlikely that this was the case.

It was intended to represent the spirit star, yes, but the way it happened (body is transformed into energy and goes up into a star) seems to suggest a little more was going on. Sometime after the being dies, their body is teleported up into the RS. A teleport disintegrates the being in one place and reassembles them in another--what we saw in Vakama's vision was Lhikan's body being turned into little particles of energy and sent skyward. To me, the dual meaning idea sounds incredibly plausible.

 

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That totally makes sense! I could totally see Lhikan going to the Red Star like that. I support that theory. But did the filmmakers think of this when they made the movie?

 

EDIT: Why did I use "totally" back-to-back like that? I never do that.


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Posted Jan 22 2013 - 05:29 PM

I had a thought earlier today that may or may not have been mentioned yet, but I figure I might as well.In BIONICLE 2: LoMN, during one of Vakama's visions, he sees a giant Toa Lhikan, As soon as he touches the other Toa's leg, Lhikan transforms into a star and rockets up into the sky, "becoming" a red spirit star. Anyone else think that may have been a sort of foreshadowing to the purpose of the RS? [img=]http://www.majhost.com/gallery/kanoka94/stuff/signoffffff.png]

I believe that was supposed to represent Lhikan's Spirit Star, which Vakama, Nokama, and Matau followed to Po-Metru to meet up with Lhikan and the rest of their team. It's possible that the star was red as foreshadowing, or that it had a dual meaning, but it's fairly unlikely that this was the case.
It was intended to represent the spirit star, yes, but the way it happened (body is transformed into energy and goes up into a star) seems to suggest a little more was going on. Sometime after the being dies, their body is teleported up into the RS. A teleport disintegrates the being in one place and reassembles them in another--what we saw in Vakama's vision was Lhikan's body being turned into little particles of energy and sent skyward. To me, the dual meaning idea sounds incredibly plausible. [img=http://www.majhost.c...ignoffffff.png]
:oThat totally makes sense! I could totally see Lhikan going to the Red Star like that. I support that theory. But did the filmmakers think of this when they made the movie? EDIT: Why did I use "totally" back-to-back like that? I never do that.
It could be they knew since there was also the famous " It's a robot" shout in MOL but the robot was planned, waay before everything else, but since Greg doesn't really know the movies, we might never find the answer, altough it would be nice to askt when he did come up with the revival idea

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Posted Jan 22 2013 - 10:40 PM

 

 

I had a thought earlier today that may or may not have been mentioned yet, but I figure I might as well.In BIONICLE 2: LoMN, during one of Vakama's visions, he sees a giant Toa Lhikan, As soon as he touches the other Toa's leg, Lhikan transforms into a star and rockets up into the sky, "becoming" a red spirit star. Anyone else think that may have been a sort of foreshadowing to the purpose of the RS? [img=]http://www.majhost.com/gallery/kanoka94/stuff/signoffffff.png]

I believe that was supposed to represent Lhikan's Spirit Star, which Vakama, Nokama, and Matau followed to Po-Metru to meet up with Lhikan and the rest of their team. It's possible that the star was red as foreshadowing, or that it had a dual meaning, but it's fairly unlikely that this was the case.
It was intended to represent the spirit star, yes, but the way it happened (body is transformed into energy and goes up into a star) seems to suggest a little more was going on. Sometime after the being dies, their body is teleported up into the RS. A teleport disintegrates the being in one place and reassembles them in another--what we saw in Vakama's vision was Lhikan's body being turned into little particles of energy and sent skyward. To me, the dual meaning idea sounds incredibly plausible. [img=http://www.majhost.c...ignoffffff.png]
:oThat totally makes sense! I could totally see Lhikan going to the Red Star like that. I support that theory. But did the filmmakers think of this when they made the movie? EDIT: Why did I use "totally" back-to-back like that? I never do that.
It could be they knew since there was also the famous " It's a robot" shout in MOL but the robot was planned, waay before everything else, but since Greg doesn't really know the movies, we might never find the answer, altough it would be nice to askt when he did come up with the revival idea

I had thought that the purpose of the Red Star was planned from the beginning, or at least from early on. Apparently, there have been hints in earlier media that we never picked up on, if I got that right.

 

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