effinator Posted July 22, 2014 Share Posted July 22, 2014 Imagine the kubrow hatching out of its egg, it is not welcomed by the warmth of an actual kubrow mother or is in its natural wild habitat. Instead, it sees a cold metal ship with no grass or anything of the sorts, all kind of weird noises coming from within. Naturally, the little bugger would feel terrified. Then there's you, be it a rhino or an ember, a metal frame (i think it's metal? ) approaching it. It should be trying to push as far away as possible in the incubator. Instead, our kubrows are happy-go-lucky from the very first moment they hatch out. They don't care at all they have been born by technological means. They immediately seem to be loyal to us even when we're total strangers. This is what I wish had happened instead That little moment of bonding, be it not exactly as the movie shows it, but just having that first interaction, where you can calm a scared animal down by gently approaching it, showing it there's no need to be afraid, that you're there to take care of it, to protect it. Just a little heartwarming moment where you bond with your kubrow to gain its loyalty to you until he grows up to be your most trustworthy ally in the battle. While it doesn't really add anything in terms of functionality, it would certainly be a very nice touch. While I know there can be theories such as the kubrow, seeing you as the only and first live thing assume you are its parent, I still feel something along the lines of such bonding is missing out. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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