There's no way any mortal could beat him in a fair one-vs-one battle without firearms. Even then the chances are that you'll leave the fight with a few bits missing. So many masters tried. None won. And he beat them often by using the wooden kendo sword or at least that's what the legends say about him. If he could get outside the Park I don't think he would do very well in the world that's riding on top of the technological singularity. He would have to learn new skills to be able to cope in that world.Pretty tame, compared to Into the Badlands.
Or an android. He and Maeve seem to be equally indestructible.Not him, hence I'm calling him the devil.
As much as she would like to see what makes Maeve tick, will keeping her on life support further enhance her abilities to communicate with and direct the other hosts?
I did. I took it as symbolic of Maeve's attachment to her daughter.I don't still think it is as a way for them to reproduce. Even Ford haven't thought about that detail in his plan. Did you notice that the title sequence had changed and it now features a mother with a child, both in the white body?
Season 1. Near the end they reveal Maeve's past and her connection to the Man in Black. When he first time came in as a guest, he had the adventure, and later on as he waited for the immortality project to solve itself, he started to experiment. One of the people he frequently visited was Maeve and all that evil he spread around is now layered deep into Maeve's memories. To her, that particular murder, where she dies with the child is a PTSD.in ep07 the man in black and lawrence suddnely turned up in Maeve's scene as if they had been chasing her all along. did i miss something?
I believe Bernard is the control unit. He has several replacement parts that Ford hid for his grand plan. And all of them, have that ball thing inside their heads. So, maybe you could say there's multiple control units, but they cannot all be on at the same time?i thought abernathy had all the data from the project stuffed into his control unit, but then they started talking about him having some kind of coding key instead?
Yes. I believe that is the case. But what Maeve and Dolores are then?so does the fact that the hosts have destroyed the cradle mean that the abernathy's control unit is now the only place that all the info (and the hosts back up) exists? and where is Ford now - has he piggybacked out of the cradle in Bernard's control unit?
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