buncha people wrote:Math gibberish and wild postulation
Come on, do you guys have to overanalyze every single little thing? They may very well just be random numbers Rob pulled out of his Titan's Arse, or maybe he mashed the numpad and put some spaces and commas in. Every single detail in this comic does not have deep relevance, and even if it is a reference to something, that too is irrelevant - Bun-bun was in the last page of Part 2, but he's certainly not going to be a recurring character. Give it a rest and stop reaching for the tin foil hats every update. =/ Seriously, this junk fills up more of every thread than anything else. Can't we talk about reasonable, logical things for a change?
For instance, it seems that units are popped with innate knowledge of their surroundings and what they mean, but don't begin thinking about it until they see it. Wanda began identifying objects in the room as soon as she began examining it, but there was no reason for her to be able to do so. Are all Erfworld units possessed of locked away knowledge regarding their world that only occurs to them when they are 'reminded' it for the first time? Or are the Titans providing new units with a sort of data feed to ease their entry into their new world?
The difference would probably be that in the latter case, such instant knowledge would apply only to aspects of the unit's side. If, several dozen turns down the line, they encounter another side's units in battle, would they know instantly what they are at a glance? Or would they actually have to learn as we do in this world?