Re: Sonic Intro (fwd)

From: Erich Schulman (KTN4CA) Team OS/2 <"Erich>
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 1996 20:05:02 -0500 (EST)

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Date: Mon, 15 Jan 1996 18:02:35 -0500 (EST)
From: Theodore Patri Perrotti <tedp_at_WPI.EDU>
Cc: Theodore Patri Perrotti <tedp_at_WPI.EDU>
Subject: Re: Sonic Intro (fwd)

> Well, on that....
> >> what's more.. when we see inside the ship where Robotnik is stroking his
> >> robo-parrot .. how come his arm is robotocized? (His left arm was
> >> robotocized when he fell into an open robotocizer, when Sonic went to
> rescue
> >> his avational fox pal.. and that was *after* the invasion.)
> >>
> >Actually, according to "Blast to the Past- Part 2", Robotnik's arm was
> >roboticized when he fell into the roboticizer beam when the teenage Sonic
> >and Sally arrived to rescue Robotnik's prisoners (including their
> >5-year-old selfs) from the roboticizer. I don't think Tails was there.
> Some, like the 'Sally-species' issue, everyone would beg to differ on this.
> I mean, look at Blood and Metal. How did Robotnik get here in the first
> place? Was he _ever_ normal?(To human standards) I mean, he was War
> Minister...his arm was probably lost in battle! (That's what *I* think...)
> The 'Big-Round Guy' was probably a fluke of the beta-robotizier. Snively? I
> dunno, I have a theory on him...but that's another post.

I just assumed that, since the original post asked about the intro to the
Saturday AM show, that the poster was referring to the Sat. AM
continuity. And, in that continuity, "Blast to the Past" clearly showed
Robotnik's arm being roboticized as I described above. (When Sonic and
Sally tried to rescue their 5-year-old selfs.)

"It's juice time!"-Sonic the Hedgehog

Theodore P. Perrotti (all mail forwarded to here)

Lifetime brother of Alpha Phi Omega, Omicron Iota chapter, Worcester
Polytechnic Institute

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