Sep 29, 2013 at 8:26 PM
Stop me if this has been asked already. I'm just a curious person.
Maybe the impact of the island's fall wouldn't damage the interior and top of the island much. After all, the island floated down slowly... maybe suggesting, my theory that those little Cores would have supported the island if Ballos hadn't been forcing it to fall.... I, however, think that he'd be fine. So many other inhabitants of the island were fine.
I always assumed that the island's slow fall on screen was just due to the fact that it was far away, and that it was falling just as fast as any object of its mass, size, and shape would.X-Calibar said:After all, the island floated down slowly...
You don't know that it landed in mountains. The island's crash is not heard until it disappears behind the trees. For all we know, it could have landed on water.X-Calibar said:Perhaps, the island could have hit precisely in that area during the impact; scraping against those mountains you see in the background during the island's falling scene.
I agree.Turbocharge said:I think Ballos would have survived the crash for three reasons.
1.) Misery can teleport long distances, and since Ballos is much more powerful than Misery, I think it's safe to assume that he could have the same ability, enabling him to teleport safely away.
2.) In the battle against him, he is shown to be capable of flying, providing an easy way for him to escape.
3.) Many of the island's inhabitants were shown to have survived the landing in the credits. If Malco and some Gaudis survived, then I think it's safe to say that Ballos would have survived, too.
I think she didn't die in the second ending. Because even if she's knocked out, there's Balrog. He'd probably take care of her.Misery however, died in the second ending, considering her being knocked out for such a long time and then the island crashed.