After all the hard work I had gone through...yes I would have at least liked it if he simply waited for me to make it...but alas it is really not that big a deal. And thanks for ignoring my request to keep the thread organized.
Yeah. Ver. 3 is my favorite, but Ver. 4 is awesome too. Anyways Imma keep posting stuff.
Many thanks to Rao Kal-EL Da Man
Last edited by Zack Fair on Sep 16th, 2007 at 08:21 PM
KOS-MOS vs. Voyager Black Testament--sporting a new look and a noticible upgrade in the process.
The Testaments are incredibly powerful and may easily rank among the most powerful entities in the series. Testaments are not corporeal in nature, in fact they are more like Gnosis (which they can also transform into) than they are human. In fact they do not even exist on the same plane as physical human beings. It is explained in the Episode III database that they only appear human because they affect people's perceptions, so much so that the people they confront actually believe they are seeing them as they are. An example is given that if a picture/video were taken of a Testament, they would not appear in it because they do not physically exist. However, if they wished it, they could cause themselves to appear in the photo/video because they are capable of manipulating the Real Numbers Domain from the Imaginary side.
They exist in only one of the two planes of existence the Xenosaga universe is composed of. A plane by the name "Imaginary Number Domain" (The part of the universe consisting of consciousness), exists parallel and yet in the same space as the plane known as "Real Number Domain" (The physical, material realm). Testaments exist within Imaginary Space. They are capable of continuing to exist as themselves beyond death, due to Wilhelm's God-like power. To be a candidate for Testament-hood, one must possess what Wilhelm calls the "Shining Will." It is revealed in the Episode III database that those who can become Testament are those whose wills resonate purely with Anima. Those who resonate purely with Anima do not transform into Gnosis, and are capable of awakening the Anima Vessels. The Black Testament's speech confirms that the main heroes were in fact all capable of becoming Testaments. Assisting in the awakening of the Anima Vessels for the sake of Zarathustra, is the main task of the Testaments.
Because they do not exist on our physical plane they can subvert the laws of physics to perform phenomenal feats. Virgil aptly explains; "The laws which govern us are just too different," after he easily brushes aside the party.
Blue Eyed Ver. 4 KOS-MOS vs T-elos rematch. This time Kos-Mos toys with T-elos. She even neutralizes the Phase Transfer Cannon with one hand--the same attack that completely pawned Kos-Mos Version 3. After T-elos is defeated Kos-Mos merges with T-elos.
Misc. T-elos is actually a cyborg. She was the body of the original Mary Magdalene which is why she considered herself to be the true Mary. Also T-elos is Kos-Mos' yan if you consider Kos-Mos to be the yin.
Many thanks to Rao Kal-EL Da Man
Last edited by Zack Fair on Sep 16th, 2007 at 08:29 PM
Another example of Kos-Mos using logic to follow her duties. She was about to let Shion drift in space until a rescue vessel arrived because her priority was to get to Second Miltia. However when Shion threatened to open the hatch and kill herself Kos-Mos had no choice to make Shion's rescue her top priority. We also get to see Kos-Mos analizing how chaos appeared from out of no where. chaos is awesome.