Theory on Earthbound's Boss.

Grind them stats! MMOs and all kinds of RPGs go here.
Forum rules

1) This is a Christian site, respect our beliefs and we will respect yours.

2) This is a family friendly site, no swearing or posting offensive links, pictures, or signatures.

3) Please be respectful of others.

4) Trolls are not welcome and will be dealt with accordingly.

5) No racial comments, jokes or images

6) If you see a dead thread over 6 months old, let it rest in peace

7) No Duplicate posts
ImperialR
Regular Member
Regular Member
Posts: 65
Joined: Tue May 24, 2016 5:13 am

Theory on Earthbound's Boss.

Postby ImperialR » Wed May 25, 2016 6:33 am

So, Spoilers for a game that's like 25 years old. Also might be a bit...Grim?

Giygas is fought in his "most vulnerable form". AKA, unborn. And you see Ness' face, as if it was a reflection, before the fight, On Giygas.

People theorizes he might have been Ness's unborn twin, but I have another theory.

Is Giygas Ness?

You never see Giygas before the end, he is mentioned though, but it makes it seem like he is going to arrive.
However, consider this. If this was not a warning of arrival from afar, but realization of strength, and becoming Giygas. Ness is inheriting a MASSIVE reserve of energy, and his powers steadily grow for quite some time.

- Giygas uses some of Ness' attacks in the final battle...

Perhaps why the time travel is so hazardous, is that Ness couldn't come back if he won, because he wouldn't be born. Sure, you can go to locales after the final battle, but remember Ness' scrapbook? What if, theoretically, this event would place Ness in either A, a loop of time, due to paradox, or B. nonexistence, with only a scrapbook of his life to remember the world by...Remembering the world, imaging what he could have done. Remember the credits? Photos, in what is normal for credits sometimes: a black void with letters, but still...Photos in a void.

This also fits some with a...Certain theory that is prevalent about a recently popular game. *cough* Sans. *Cough*

User avatar
JOJ650s
Forum Moderator
Posts: 1694
Joined: Thu Mar 31, 2011 4:08 pm
Are you human?: Yes!

Re: Theory on Earthbound's Boss.

Postby JOJ650s » Wed May 25, 2016 8:37 pm

Not to step on your theory, but it does appear to contradict with the first game of the series. :wink:
(Known outside of Japan as Earthbound Beginnings.)
Be part of the answer, not part of the problem.

Image
1 Corinthians 13; remember it always.

User avatar
lokik21
Regular Member
Regular Member
Posts: 90
Joined: Wed Mar 23, 2016 9:06 pm
Are you human?: Yes!

Re: Theory on Earthbound's Boss.

Postby lokik21 » Thu May 26, 2016 2:22 am

Yeah as JOJ650S Giygas was the main villain of Mother 1 (Earthbound Beginnings) and while you also didn't see him until the end he did at least speak a bit. Mother 2 (Earthbound) takes place... 30 years later I believe?

ImperialR
Regular Member
Regular Member
Posts: 65
Joined: Tue May 24, 2016 5:13 am

Re: Theory on Earthbound's Boss.

Postby ImperialR » Thu May 26, 2016 3:52 am

Yeah as JOJ650S Giygas was the main villain of Mother 1 (Earthbound Beginnings) and while you also didn't see him until the end he did at least speak a bit. Mother 2 (Earthbound) takes place... 30 years later I believe?
How do we know it's the same Giygas? Suppose a new threat came to the universe, would those who remember Giygas just assume it could be Giygas returning?

User avatar
JOJ650s
Forum Moderator
Posts: 1694
Joined: Thu Mar 31, 2011 4:08 pm
Are you human?: Yes!

Re: Theory on Earthbound's Boss.

Postby JOJ650s » Thu May 26, 2016 5:17 am

Yeah as JOJ650S Giygas was the main villain of Mother 1 (Earthbound Beginnings) and while you also didn't see him until the end he did at least speak a bit. Mother 2 (Earthbound) takes place... 30 years later I believe?
How do we know it's the same Giygas? Suppose a new threat came to the universe, would those who remember Giygas just assume it could be Giygas returning?
Well at the end of Mother 1, Giygas did promise that he would return to attack Earth again.
He also has the same main attack.
Be part of the answer, not part of the problem.

Image
1 Corinthians 13; remember it always.


Return to “RPG”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests

cron