Megadon wrote:No, I don't think Bell knows the secret of the sword. She was just as shocked as the rest of them. She thought that maybe their Powerpuff skin is tougher then the sword. In fact I think she was counting on it when she threw the sword like she did. I think Bell was expecting one of three results: Kill one of them and Sam with one throw, just kill one of them, and main thing killing Sam. But I don't think she know the swords secret. She was just trying to kill Sam and anyone in her way of protecting Girly.
Megadon wrote:The Creator wrote:Exodis wrote:Darkingdomhearts wrote:I think Professor Utonium made a mistake, making the Powerpuff Girls and all xD
Why do you say that? .-.
True, how is this Utonium's fault? Unless he is somehow directly tied up in Dr X's origin I don't see how he can be blamed.
Maybe Blossom's mistake was taking too long to decide. If she knew this was going to happen she could've stopped bell.
I don't think Sam knows that she is going towards the conduit. If she did she would not have used that particular taunt.
"i'm telling on you" would imply that Bell did something wrong but in the end the plan was successful.
As for the "It's Utonium's Fault" thing. This going on info at the Wiki, but it shows that Dr.X's last name is Utonium so he is somehow related to the Professor. For all we know they could have been working on, and developed Chemical X together. So there is some relation between Dr.X and Professor Untonium, but what cause this hated rivalry is still the question.
Now Blossom making the mistake. I think some might blame Blossom because the did the natural thing and not the hero thing. Natural: self-preservation, Hero: self-sacrificing. So instead of being hero and stopping the sword, she did natural and pushed her sister out of the way and stepping back.
As for Sam knowing she was about to fall on the conduit that's as big NO. In fact that's karma at its worst. She was planning on using Gir now it's going to be her. In fact she's falling that way because of the force of the impact, and the shock of it all. The biggest shock, of course being betrayed and killed. And yes when she hits the conduit it's going to be very brutal. In fact I'm hoping for lighting shoot through her and into the air as well like an exorcism.
Misery Chord wrote:I guess I'm confused about how the "moral loophole" here since apparently, the effectiveness of the sword is has been stated to be based on the user, not that of the target.
Maybe if Bell had been aiming at the girls and it hit Sam, that would be one thing, but she didn't seem surprised at all and it seem Sam was her intended target. Why would the sword work at all in that case, since Bell is still morally wrong? I mean if you fire an arrow, throw a dart, or shoot a bullet you're still considered the actual assailant.
If the effectiveness were based on the target, that would be more in line with what we've seen given that Sam was cutting the cables before now, but the only way around it I can see is that the sword didn't even see Sam as a living being...but it had to in order to judge her as not worthy of slicing Blossom's neck open. Maybe I'm missing something here.
I wrote:Remember What BR said about a "moral loophole"? It's said that in the hands of evil, Jack's sword is harmless. However, the sword wasn't technically in Bell's hands now was it? I think if Bell tried to pick the sword up and slice Sam in half, then it would have just glanced off like it did with Blossom.
Tenshi Nova wrote:I'd prefer Sam to just remain dead. It's more respectful to her character imo.
Havoc wrote:Tenshi Nova wrote:I'd prefer Sam to just remain dead. It's more respectful to her character imo.
Yeah same here. but I'm hoping her disembodied soul will be involved in the story somewhat.
Blood Lord wrote:I'd rather see it after the bomb goes off as one of the characters remembering her. Like Bell reporting back to Dr X and him thinking about how she joined up.
Because I want this damn bomb to be over with.
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