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Hi there. I just had an intresting thought. Since Weiss = white and all the other tviets are colors like red, blue, and orange, maybe a better way of describing his relationship to them would be that just as white light is made up of all the colors so also does he contain all the powers and abilities of the others, and just as the other colors are a result of white light being broken so also the otehr tsviets originated from teh experiments done on him, with him being a clone of Genesis. I don't know if I have articulated what i mean very well but you get the general idea. I'm sure if you thought about it long enough you could find other similarities between this as teh developers obviously did this on purpose.
Weiss is a clone of Genisis, I just thought they were "brothers". How could this person have known this yet unverified and unproven fact? I got it! It appears we have a time traveler from the future, bringing us news of future installments of the Final Fantasy VII series. Please tell me, oh wise being, what the future is like. Allow me to partake in your wisdom. Will there be new Star Wars movies? Will Hilary be our next President? Will Skynet take over the world and plug the defeated human race into the Matrix to feed off our body heat? I must know. =O
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I've known about the extra story in the online mode for some time now, but the whole "explanation" of Weiss's throne never made any sense to me at all. I mean, it's not hard to understand why he's respected in Deepground, but why chain him to a throne? Is it supposed to be some kind of joke? Is the Restrictor being sarcastic when he calls him the Emperor of Deepground? Then it hit me, out of nowhere: I've heard this story before.
Hint: Yeshua of Nazarath, King of the Jews.I'm not adding it, but I would claim it's not that far-fetched, if you think about it. We have Sephiroth (10 aspects through which God manifests himself), Genesis (first book of the Bible), Angeal (herp derp), Heretic Hojo, Jenova/Jehovah, the list goes on and on.