Havoc wrote:I bet the part where Sam hits the wires is gonna be brutal.
Megadon wrote:NO DOUBT. But at the same time it works out very well for Sam. She needed something to act as a conductor to re-trigger the bomb, well looks like she's volunteered. I love it Sam gets what she wants and re-triggers the bomb, and Bell protects Girly. Everyone ones wins. And I get to see some true villain brutality.
Sigment wrote:To be honest, I kinda had a feeling it would end this way.
Megadon wrote:But now I get the feeling Grim, Naga, and Dee Dee are actually there to save Sam. And later on she will become a hero/robotics expert.
Havoc wrote:Which part, the one where Bell used the sword on Sam, or the one where Bell threw the sword?
Havoc wrote:I don't know about Sam. I think Grim's there to pure her soul and/or take her soul to the afterlife.
Megadon wrote:Havoc wrote:I don't know about Sam. I think Grim's there to pure her soul and/or take her soul to the afterlife.
No Dee Dee and Naga brought Grim with them to save someone. He may in end purifying her after she die, but she's probably going to be brought back to life (saved). And like I said now it feels like after they "save" her she is going to go hero.
Havoc wrote:I think the power's already on.
Havoc wrote:I too like the idea of Sam being redeemed, but what makes you so sure that she'll turn hero all of a sudden? How would Grim even bring her back to life if her back to life if her body is crispy bacon?
Havoc wrote:I think this bomb is the main reason they're there. It might have to do with the GT/PpGD timeline separation. But that's just a guess.
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