[EVA] Umm... the Lance came from Adam. ^^;
nanashi96 at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 5 18:36:58 EDT 2000
>>If it was with Lillith then wouldn't she be the First Angel because she
would have been found before?"<<
No evidence that order of discovery matters.
>>Question: Was there any conclusive evidence to suggest that Lillith always
was in the Geofront? Answer: No<<
Besides the fact that the shipment of Lilith is never mentioned *anywhere*
and the fact that GAINAX pretty much covers the shipping information of
everything else? No, nothing *conclusive.*
>>Question: If Lillith was found in a cave at the Dead Sea, could they have
taken _her_ S^2 Kikan and shipped it to provide the extra energy Adam would
have needed to generate an Anti-AT Field on the scale that he did?<<
>>Answer: Possibly. Lillith has an extreme lack of an S^2 Kikan or core. It
also took not only Lillith, with the Lance, Unit-01, with a S^2 Kikan from
an Angel, and nine MPS, with both S^2 Kikans and Lances, to generate enough
power to cover the entire world. It's possible that if both Adam and Lillith
had their engines and were stimulated to merge (please ask me how I think
that this was accomplished, it's really quite interesting), which we all
know isn't supposed to happen by Gendo's words in EoE, and generate a small
Anti-ATF with only enough power to destroy Antarctica, not the entire
Possibly, but that's presuming that:
a) Lilith wasn't found in the Black Moon.
b) Her S^2 engine was removed.
c) The S^2 engine can "provide energy for the Anti-ATF."
d) We know that Lilith doesn't have an S^2 engine within her body.
>>Question: If Lillith _was_ the source of the Lance, wouldn't _she_(?) be
the "donor"? Answer: Yes, it would make sense.<<
*If* she were the "donor." On the other hand, *if* she were the "donor,"
they wouldn't be standing in Antarctica talking about shipping the
>>Which could be taken to mean they were messing with Adam's soul. Possibly
focusing it into another body, a.k.a., Kaworu.<<
Field ego boundary signal = focusing soul on Kaworu?
You're pretty imaginative.
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