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What kind of reactions would be granted to a person who can reminisce about their whole life during a time period where time seems to have almost completely stopped? Is that unquantifiable?
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What? They process lots of information in that time and when it cuts back to them, time pretty much resumes and they go from angry to happy after remembering their whole life, proceeding to go along with their family's craziness.
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Foxthefox1000 wrote:What kind of reactions would be granted to a person who can reminisce about their whole life during a time period where time seems to have almost completely stopped? Is that unquantifiable?

...So their life flashing before their eyes?
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Foxthefox1000 wrote:What kind of reactions would be granted to a person who can reminisce about their whole life during a time period where time seems to have almost completely stopped? Is that unquantifiable?

Like in the literal sense that they relive their whole lives in a split second? If so, that'd depend on how old they were.
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Considering regular humans sometimes go through it in near death experiences, doubt it would lead to anything impressive.
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Question, could you rate Peter Pan at faster than light?

The way to Neverland is flying towards a star straight on till morning, and while it's pretty vague, it shows that the star he's referring to IS Neverland, so does that logic fly?

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hunterzillas wrote:Question, could you rate Peter Pan at faster than light?

The way to Neverland is flying towards a star straight on till morning, and while it's pretty vague, it shows that the star he's referring to IS Neverland, so does that logic fly?


Considering it's just a brightly shining portal in the sky?Probably not.
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hunterzillas wrote:Question, could you rate Peter Pan at faster than light?

The way to Neverland is flying towards a star straight on till morning, and while it's pretty vague, it shows that the star he's referring to IS Neverland, so does that logic fly?


Considering it's just a brightly shining portal in the sky?Probably not.

Makes sense. No way the kids would've survived in space.

Does them flying through the clouds give them any kind of speed feats?

Wait, on second though I just remembered this.


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And he dodges those close range later on.
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The main face of their respective franchises that were made to sell toys. They're also Biomechanical.
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