Tenshi Nova wrote:You're missing the point of the post.
Yarott wrote:It's whatever the author wants to re-imagine the characters like. Forget official canon, since each CN show is their own world, and not tied to each other. Limitations are as the plot demand. As things are going, we're only speculating about the possibilities.
True. The problem is that you can't just throw away official canon, you have to interpret it. Author's can change certain details that make the plot possible. I already mentioned how limitations would be necessary, but you can't just pull them out of your ass for no good reason.
Yarott wrote:I will keep saying this: Mac will not make up anything else to get out of a bind. Bloo would be offended, really. If anything, Mac would just imagine Bloo to be some kind of stronger warrior. Sure, not something that happened in the show proper, but Mac being Bloo's creator, it would be like "A Boy and his Blob" with the jellybeans that would make the blob turn into things as he fights aliens (it's been a while since I played that old game on the NES). Only, in this case, the jellybeans would be whatever Mac would think of. In my opinion, that can be the limiter for things to be "balanced". Is that what you want?
You're still ignoring post. So here, I'll bold it out for you this time: I used Mac as an example.
You can't just throw any detail you want into a story and expect it to do well. Giving creators the ability to alter creatures would make the situation worse. Then any creator can just make and alter whatever they want.
There's a difference between 'fanfiction' and 'stories inspired by'.
Take the Everafter comic as an example. It's not fanfiction, it's a story inspired by other stories.
Yarott wrote:As for everyone making imaginary friends: The show has been in that subject for the longest time since the first season. Only those with a powerful imagination can create imaginary friends. In many cases, only kids can do that. Mac's brother is a special case: He's a childish, idiotic bully. One who had to strain his tiny brain for hours, just to make... something... and that something backfired in the end. I forgot the name of the episode.
Really? Just him? What about the giant building in the back? The one filled with creatures that's been said to be too dangerous and were created by teenagers. Or the fight ring that they accidentally got mixed up with?
You can't just throw away details without a proper explanation.
Yarott wrote:Anyways, the main enemy here are robots. Robots who are borderline connected to a hive mind, or a "Cluster". They don't have an imagination, and they don't need one. They can just rewire whatever electric appliance they can find into a weapon and such. The only one who would be capable from the villains' side to make up one is maybe Belle. Maybe. A huge maybe.
They're the main enemies for the moment. There are more villains out there. Alliances can also be made, actually the enemies are already working together through an alliance.
I'm not saying that I don't want them in, I'm saying that you can't just ignore details because it'd be convenient.
Japanese mythology :3