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outtouch
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Jul-27-01, 04:37 PM (EST)
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"A couple of questions"
 
   Hi

Some questions got stuck in my head

1- Rereading Cybertron dreams, when Unicron atacks Fortress Maximus is mentioned transforming for battle, but he has been dead for centuries (and appears in Asgard during Twiligtht).
My guess is this: "Spike" Witwicky (who become Fort Max headmaster after his dead) takes Omega-2 in account of his repeated heroic deeds and lives to see
that battle (I got the weird image of the battle in Asgard, when Optimus brings the autobats in, and "spike" and Fort Max double teaming Surtur).

2- The various aliens with long lifespans, will ever take Omega-2 (i dont know the exact lifespan of a salusian but even thousands of years are very little against inmortality).

(totally out of the treads being posted this days but the questions poped up in
my head yesterday and well, i become a member so, let's use the forums) :)


Outtouch as in out of touch whit reality


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  RE: A couple of questions Gryphonadmin Jul-27-01 1
     RE: A couple of questions Mephronmoderator Jul-27-01 2
         RE: A couple of questions Gryphonadmin Jul-27-01 4
             RE: A couple of questions Mephronmoderator Jul-27-01 5
             RE: A couple of questions Laudre Jul-28-01 6
                 RE: A couple of questions Gryphonadmin Jul-28-01 7
                     RE: A couple of questions Laudre Jul-28-01 8
             RE: A couple of questions remandeteam Jul-28-01 9
                 RE: A couple of questions Gryphonadmin Jul-28-01 11
             RE: A couple of questions megazone Jul-28-01 10
     RE: A couple of questions outtouch Jul-27-01 3

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Gryphonadmin
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Jul-27-01, 04:57 PM (EST)
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1. "RE: A couple of questions"
In response to message #0
 
   >1- Rereading Cybertron dreams, when Unicron atacks Fortress Maximus is
>mentioned transforming for battle, but he has been dead for centuries
>(and appears in Asgard during Twiligtht).
>My guess is this: "Spike" Witwicky (who become Fort Max headmaster
>after his dead) takes Omega-2 in account of his repeated heroic deeds
>and lives to see
>that battle (I got the weird image of the battle in Asgard, when
>Optimus brings the autobats in, and "spike" and Fort Max double
>teaming Surtur).

I would tend to doubt that a human with the Cybertronian technology involved in the Headmaster Process implanted in his body would need any other form of life-extension. See also PCHammer.

>2- The various aliens with long lifespans, will ever take Omega-2 (i
>dont know the exact lifespan of a salusian but even thousands of years
>are very little against inmortality).

Some do, some don't. The Salusian royal family haven't. They have another method, which hasn't been explored, and probably won't be.

--G.
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Mephronmoderator
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2. "RE: A couple of questions"
In response to message #1
 
   >I would tend to doubt that a human with the Cybertronian technology
>involved in the Headmaster Process implanted in his body would need
>any other form of life-extension. See also PCHammer.

Which begs the question, how did Hi-Q, the 'Engine' of Optimus Prime in a Powermaster combination, die of old age?

(can't have it both ways...)

Unless, being the nature of the entire situation that Hi-Q and Prime were in, due to Prime's 'resurrection', it caused Hi-Q to age physically by a slow drain of his life force as well as the powering of Prime, and that helped to 'lock' in the process...

--
Geoff Depew - Mephron
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Gryphonadmin
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4. "RE: A couple of questions"
In response to message #2
 
   >Which begs the question, how did Hi-Q, the 'Engine' of Optimus Prime
>in a Powermaster combination, die of old age?
>
>(can't have it both ways...)

Sure you can; HiQ invented the process. Suppose he wanted to live out his span and become One with the Matrix, to see what it was like? To a well-ordered mind, death is but the next great adventure...

--G.
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Mephronmoderator
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5. "RE: A couple of questions"
In response to message #4
 
  
>Sure you can; HiQ invented the process. Suppose he wanted to
>live out his span and become One with the Matrix, to see what it was
>like? To a well-ordered mind, death is but the next great
>adventure...

Perhaps it is. But it's not one I'm anxious to head out on the road to soon....

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Geoff Depew - Mephron
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6. "RE: A couple of questions"
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   >like? To a well-ordered mind, death is but the next great
>adventure...

If I was drinking something, I would have spit that out.

I don't know why I'm surprised to find Gryph quoting Harry Potter, but I am.

-- Sean --

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Gryphonadmin
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7. "RE: A couple of questions"
In response to message #6
 
   >>like? To a well-ordered mind, death is but the next great
>>adventure...
>
>If I was drinking something, I would have spit that out.
>
>I don't know why I'm surprised to find Gryph quoting Harry Potter, but
>I am.

I didn't quote Harry Potter, I quoted Albus Dumbledore. :)

--G.
(What? I love those books. I bought the original versions from Amazon UK... )
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Laudre
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8. "RE: A couple of questions"
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   >I didn't quote Harry Potter, I quoted Albus Dumbledore. :)

Nit, nit, nit. I should have italicized Harry Potter. Oh well.

>--G.
>(What? I love those books. I bought the original versions from
>Amazon UK... )

That's what I mean. Now that I've got a pretty good idea of your tastes, I should have figured you'd love the books. (I sure as hell do, but I haven't ordered the UK versions yet.) But the quote from it just surprised me.

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Jul-28-01, 03:17 AM (EST)
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9. "RE: A couple of questions"
In response to message #4
 
   >To a well-ordered mind, death is but the next great
>adventure...
>
>--G.

Which says something about the SDF-17's senior officers, all of whom went Detian?

--rR


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Gryphonadmin
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11. "RE: A couple of questions"
In response to message #9
 
   >>To a well-ordered mind, death is but the next great
>>adventure...
>
>Which says something about the SDF-17's senior officers, all of whom
>went Detian?

To a disordered mind, everything is but the next great adventure.

--G.
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10. "RE: A couple of questions"
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   >To a well-ordered mind, death is but the next great
>adventure...

She is a handful... *nudge, nudge, wink, wink*

Maybe someday I'll get tired of my avatar and have him finally cross over and have some adventures with her or something...

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outtouch
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Jul-27-01, 05:15 PM (EST)
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3. "RE: A couple of questions"
In response to message #1
 
   >1- Rereading Cybertron dreams, when Unicron atacks Fortress Maximus is
>mentioned transforming for battle, but he has been dead for centuries
>(and appears in Asgard during Twiligtht).
>My guess is this: "Spike" Witwicky (who become Fort Max headmaster
>after his dead) takes Omega-2 in account of his repeated heroic deeds
>and lives to see
>that battle (I got the weird image of the battle in Asgard, when
>Optimus brings the autobats in, and "spike" and Fort Max double
>teaming Surtur).
>
>I would tend to doubt that a human with the Cybertronian technology
>involved in the Headmaster Process implanted in his body would need
>any other form of life-extension. See also PCHammer.

Well, HiQ died of old age at 140, so i always belived PCHammer to be an special case.
Altough now that i think, the process that was developed to save PCHammer's life could have been adapted for Spike and other headmasters


Outtouch, as in, out of touch with reality


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