Jul 15, 2012 at 1:59 AM
Odd, it's almost as if I stated that in my post, and I was making fun of the second half of it.
She doesn't explictly state what happened to her to lose her memory, so maybe you're right; maybe you're not. It would be a simple explanation, but it doesn't mean it is the correct one.Curly ended up with no memory BECAUSE of her and Quote's battle with Miakid. Bump on the head, badly damaged, lost the fight ect.
I kind of agree with the whole notion that they were knocked unconscious by Miakid, and that's why they lost their memories. As for how the two robots got separated, I have a theory as to how that happens that I don't feel like disclosing right now.She doesn't explictly state what happened to her to lose her memory, so maybe you're right; maybe you're not. It would be a simple explanation, but it doesn't mean it is the correct one.
"I faced him and tried my best-
to defeat him.
You were with me then.
That's all I can remember.
The crown bearer was-
surely injured by both our-
attacks that time.
How about you?
Can you recall something?
*Their* memory loss is one of the big mysteries the game, so simply claimingto both of them during this gap is presumptuous without evidence. And we don't even know if she would recover memories that have been removed entirely. IE, if someone attempted to fix them, by removing a damaged chip or part of their brain*.nothing in particular happened
*Knowing nothing about how they store memories.
No exactly. In Curly Brace's Story, Curly wakes up in the Sand Zone, goes to a Cave, battles the enraged father who wasn't actually hurting his kids, and does not lose her memory of the incident.@minerguy667 - Didn't something like that happen in Kaeso's Curly Story?
Whenever in go in the theories section, I think of Occam's Razor. Also, my theory is not most simple and obvious. That would be"She hit her head on a wall" or something.
Never played it, didn't even go to the thread.@minerguy667 - Didn't something like that happen in Kaeso's Curly Story?
I'd say that it's intentionally been left up in the air, even in the Nicalis translation.So, I would like to be able to say that we have come to the conclusion that some other robot killed the Colons' mother, seeing as how the poll results show most people think that's what happened, as well as the fact that it simply seems to be common sense.
Still though, there is the NICALiS translation...