- Apr 1, 2014
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I doubt he is that stupid.
You are not alone
"Dude... I lost my mom! And my arm! I literally live with it every day, but you're the one who chose to carry it around. How on Meridian did I get over it and you didn't? You have a talent for the ring, I'll give you that- ha, you always did! I'll tell you what, there's some sort of necromancer terrorizing the Canopies, how about you get one last fight? Prove that you can do some good with that chair of yours. Slap a little girl in the face for me, will you?
I think this is an elegant solution to the apparent "problem" that is Beowulf's disconnection from the main story.
Good question! Hah, to be honest, I didn't think it through, but it would be interesting if he and others teamed up to fighter her, and it's a big chaotic fight that doesn't really end in anyone getting killed, but reveals Eliza's secret, changes her mindset, and / or deals her a significant blow--more of a prelude to big events type of deal -- thus forces her to regroup, but completely go into the Goddess Mindset and become the new global threat upon her recovery (think of her ending and how she decides to step out for a night on the town, but only, now she's pushing forward to be a global threat).
Hang on, are we implying that Beowulf was a Black Egret during the war?
I'm pretty sure that the Black Egrets aren't the main fighting force of the Canopian Military.
Yeah, the Black Egrets are definitely the cream if the crop if they engage the enemy alongside the ruler of the Canopy Kingdom. Not saying Beowulf couldn't have been an Egret, but his enlistment in the military doesn't necessarily mean he was, either.
It's a popular theory around here, which gained more attention and basis with Parasoul's line to Beowulf
That's what I thought myself. Oh we'll know much more once we know his voice. We will then know how he talks to Parasoul, Cerebella, and others.
I really hope we get more drama, so i'm at least hoping beowulf dies at the end. It would kinda make since. OH and before he goes to heaven he fights a darker version of himself. This darker version represents the guilt that he felt about grendel and his mother and he has to literally beat the guilt to be at peace with himself.
i don't think so. Isaac would just travel back in time to like kill marty or something. But i do think that Beowulf dying in his story is a possibility.Delving into psychological horror and possible death in order to combat his inner darkness? Wait, shouldn't that be Isaac's story mode?
meeeehhhhhh i don't know. I think annie's story could have been more like that. After all she was a childrens tv star.
The most awesome thing you'll ever watch what the hell have you been doing with your life not watching it?
Don't come back until you've corrected this severe lapse in your general knowledge.
DUDE YOU ARE SO SLOW, EVERYBODY ALREADY KNOWS.
im sure the caps just infer your excitement for beowulf voice
He's just referring to the estimated general strength of each character.
It means that *much* of the speculation about Beowulf and his story mode are off the mark. The established details that Lab Zero have plainly stated (wrestler, chair named hurting, etc) are still very much true.