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  • Hey, mate :-). Thanks for helping me with the page. It's the second article i ever added to this wiki (the first was Randy Meeks), so it means a lot. It's also great to see that you're both talented at edditing JP articles and a horror enthusiastic. As someone who like horror films and good with JP universe, i wondered if you can help me out with the following questions:

    1. Roy Burns (Friday The 13 V):

    A. Did you liked Roy Burns as a villain, or did you wished he'll die soon so Jason will be back?

    B. Did he scared you? I totally understand if he did. Killing 17 people single-handed is hard stuff. Yes, i know he's tragic, but i stopped sympathizing him somewhere in his 4th victim.

    C. I know he was grieving over his child, but did he had a part of it? And if he did, he secretly knew it and lost his mind due to realising that, or he truely believed everyone else are to blame and developed a tase for blood in the prosses?

    2. The raptors in JP universe:

    As anyone who knows anything about Jurassic Park knows, the Sorna raptors were far less psychopathic than the Nublar variant. I know about some theories about the reason for that. What make sense to you?

    A. The Sorna variant were the original type. The Nublar variant was cloned later. Therefore, the Sorna raptors had someone who raise them and teach them, unlike the rogue raptors from the Nublar type.

    B. The Sorna raptors are closer to the real deinonychus. More similar in terms of behavior, more common sense and more socializing nature overall. The Nublar raptors were only mostly deinonychus, but were merged with the less socializing velociraptor.

    C. The specific Nublar Raptors we saw in parts 1 and 2 aren't representing the whole type. If you consider Blue and her sisters as part of the Nublar type, it can indicate the Nublar type have the same potential as the Sorna's, if only they'll be raised properly.

    D. Technically Spino-Rex was the first hybrid (dont listen to the stubborn people who tell you that the spinosaurus hybrid is just a natural JP dinosaurs), but maybe the Sorna raptors were supposed to be a draft for any possible hybrid Wu could cook in his lab. Spino-Rex was the draft for Indominus-Rex, so maybe.

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    • No problem, but I would think that Roland, Ajay Sidhu, Robert Burke, and Carter were the only 4 members of Peter Ludlow's team who were not villains and who were on the wrong team, while Peter Ludlow and Dieter Stark were the only 2 who were villains.

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    • You meant 4 good members. Actually 2, only Tembo and Ajay. I would include Burke and Carter in the vast majority of the amoral collective. You're right about Ludlow and Dieter as the only 2 true villains of the film. Happen to also read the novel version? It's quite different from the movie. Also, what do you say about topics 1 and 2?

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    • As you're basically the reason Nick Van Owen still have an article on this wiki, I believe you might take interest at the next video, made by Clayton Fioriti:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_nw5vIIIz0

      Never accrued to me until that moment. I wonder if Clayton is saying that the real villainous protagonist is Hammond. Not sure how much i agree. Do you think that the fact Nick did just what Hammond wanted him to do means Hammond kept his cunning side and wanted to overthrow Ludlow for more than just ideological disagreements, or just that Nick is the usual token evil team mate who's only slightly better than Dieter?

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    • Nick wasn’t really evil, he just caused most of the deaths, in which he didn’t want the Tyrannosaurs to be shot and killed.

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    • 1. Good luck with telling this to most of Jurassic Park fandom. I agree with your point of view. He was more of a well-intentioned jerk than evil. For some reason, the "Nick is the true villain" people neglect to acknowledge that the main one to blame is Ludlow. If his plan would've succeed, the damage that his new dinosaurs could cause would be enormous. We got Papa-Rex instead of herds of dinosaurs, so we might never know. But it's Ludlow we're talking about, so i just know his short sight and lack of ability would have the dinosaurs running amok all over San Diego. Good thing Ludlow wasn't in part 4, or else his low-tier villainy would distract everyone from I-Rex and her suffering. Now, do you think some people think Nick is worse than Ludlow because he was more competent, or because of Ludlow's low-tier villainy?

      2. The Spino fanboys have many arguments for why the Spinosaurus hybrid is stronger than Indominus-Rex. We all know it's wrong. I can dissolve each and every argument. The only legit reason for saying that Spino-Rex is stronger is that he's a meta-destroyer, which means he ruined the very fabric of the franchise (14 years of coma. Nuff said) and Isla Sorna. I personally hold it against him. Do you hold it against him, like I do, or do you see it as an advantage for this t-rex hunter?

      3. As we all know, the Sorna Raptors were far less psychopathic than the Nublar variant. I know about some theories regarding the reason for that. What makes the most sense to you?

      A. The Sorna variant were the original type. The Nublar variant was cloned later. Therefore, the Sorna raptors had someone who raise them and teach them, unlike the rogue raptors from the Nublar type.

      B. The Sorna raptors are closer to the real deinonychus. More similar in terms of behavior, more common sense and more socializing nature overall. The Nublar raptors were only mostly deinonychus, but were merged with the less socializing velociraptor.

      C. The specific Nublar Raptors we saw in parts 1 and 2 aren't representing the whole type. If you consider Blue and her sisters as part of the Nublar type, it can indicate the Nublar type have the same potential as the Sorna's, if only they'll be raised properly.

      D. Technically Spino-Rex was the first hybrid (dont listen to the stubborn people who tell you that the spinosaurus hybrid is just a natural JP dinosaurs), but maybe the Sorna raptors were supposed to be a draft for any possible hybrid Wu could cook in his lab. Spino-Rex was the draft for Indominus-Rex, so maybe.

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    • Until you'll have an opinion on the present topic, here's some Friday The 13-related questions:

      4. Did you liked Roy Burns as a villain, or did you wished he'll die soon so Jason will be back? And Did he scared you? I totally understand if he did. Killing 17 people single-handed is hard stuff. Yes, i know he's tragic, but it aint easy to sympathize him.

      5. Speaking of D.r Burns 2: I know he was grieving over his child, but did he had a part of it? And if he did, he secretly knew it and lost his mind due to realising that, or he truely believed everyone else are to blame and developed a tase for blood in the prosses?

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