Some say god's nature is paradoxical, maybe the creator is the same way XD
Oh my gosh...I LOVE this idea, it gives a good ending for the raposa.
Here's sometthing I found that may support this....
In the first game, the rapokids that are rescued with him say that he is a computer programmer.
But according to the ending of TNC, he is a kid who fell in a coma....
This might just be an error, but what do I know?... :P
Don't mean to be rude but are you mocking me??
No... Or at least I don't mean to. Sorry if I offended you... Why do you ask?
No no its fine I just thought you were. Sorry if I offended you back, just didnt know what you meant. I thought you were mocking because I pointed out a plothole and you kinda explained a jokey one in the same way so I assumed you were mocking the way I was saying it.
Sorry for jumping to conclusions, if you didn't intend to that's fine. I wasn't offended just a bit concerned I guess.
It's okay. As long as there's no offense between us, we should be good. :)
Also, I feel I should apologize for my wording... This was a plothole I found a while back, and I thought it could support the theory. (And I still think this...) Also now that you have explained your reasoning, I can see how someone can get offended by it. (Or even concerned)
No worries. As long as you didn't mean offense all is ok, I didn't take any so don't worry about a thing :).
Isn't it possible the the Creator was just another character within his coma? :o
In real dreams there are other characters or people you can't really "control" despite being parts of your imagination. Maybe the Creator was the first to be created or imagined within the dream to explain why everything was there, yet he had no control over real life or Mike's coma? Basically, he only could control things within the dream.
In the Next Chapter Mike begins to naturally wake up from his coma, and somehow the Creator (and by extension some other characters) become aware of this. I don't see why Wilfre would want to drain color for no reason or what he'd gain from it. He didn't seem as against the Villagers as he did in the first game. I really think he was trying to save himself from -something-.
So, it's possible that their world was created by both..?
I always saw Wilfre as symbol for death, as if death was trying to take over mike. And him taking away color would kill Mike, symbocicly.
I think overall we have to say its bad of the writers to leave such a large plothole unexplained.
I had the idea that Mike fell into a coma and dreamed of The Creator. The Creator within Mike's dream created the Raposa world. So The Creator making the Raposa world was apart of Mike's dream.
Mike basically dreamed of The Creator and then dreamed of The Creator creating the Raposa world. Just thought that might be a better way to word it.
The suggestion I explained in my previous thread, to make this discussion easier let's give it the name: Coma Creator idea so each time someone mentions it (I suspect it'll be mentioned a lot) they don't have to keep explainning the idea, they can just say "Coma Creator idea" and everyone will know what they mean.
oh cool im not the only one who thinks the end didn't work.
what about Mike being the creator at the first place???
and then he saves his "material" self in the first game, while still being able to be the god, known as the Creator.
I once thought of that too, though I didn't give it much thought when I did because I was in a debate, and sense I didn't have proof of that idea besides just some dream experiences like that, I gave up on the idea. It explains alot, it just doesn't have solid in-game proof.
Also I think if the situation was real and it came down to drainning the colour saving the Raposa world and restoring the colour destroying the Raposa world yet saving Mike, Wilfre would have restored the colour. Even though he would have died, Wilfre's hatred for the Raposa is in my opinion larger than his will to live.
They say he's a computer smogrammer, whatever THAT is!