They all look quite impressed.
âSurely not...â I thought to myself.
I was wrong.
Nothing is more elegant than the majestic human-shaped trampoline
All I can see when I look at infinite's power:
That's freaking awesome ! It makes him look humble though, that's a bit weird. "Sure, go ahead and stomp on my faces/faces"
That cant be within the rules. Can it? I mean, the loopholes only work as long as everyone believes that they do
So far from what we've seen, we can assume Infinite's clones need to be in physical contact with him or each other, or at least in very close proximity to work. That must be the limit of his power in exchange for creating an infinite amount.
Aaaaaand, if an Infinite should happen to pop while it is the only thing between yourself and the coloured squares?
Hrmm, if Infinite insists upon referring to these things with the word "Infinite", does that mean that if one of them is on the coloured squares, then "Infinite" is on the coloured squares?
Though I am still unclear as to why any resident of Lorg would regard "a place in which everyone is allowed to kill you" as being worthy of concern.
An Infinite bridge. Good god.
Should they step on Infinites clones? :O
"step on me"
does infinita has that kind of fetish?
For a guy who likes to be in control, he's really going to let them walk all over him.
@Guest Right, Levin seems to be the only one who understands that "everyone else being allowed to kill you" doesn't matter unless they have a weapon currently trained on your back.
@szmol Looking at limitations:
1) We've seen Infinite create 5 clones at the same time. We have no information to determine the maximum he can create at once.
2) We've seen him maintain 5 clones for a short period of time while talking and moving. We have no information to determine whether this is the maximum he can maintain or whether his activities make a difference.
3) The clones can move independently of his movement, at least within a short distance of Infinite. We have no information to determine what's the case at greater distances.
4) The clones can move independently of each other, at least within a short distance of Infinite and the same qualifier applies as in 3 to greater distances.
5) The clones can interact with the world in ways consistent with physics (pushing the monster) and - if Infinite isn't pulling a fast one - have a physical presence that allow you do to things such as step on them. This also is something only observed at a short distance and we have no idea whether it is affected by distance.
I think that gives us some sort of minimum for his powers.
Specifically, I don't think we should assume that he can either create clones at will up to whatever number he wants or maintain an arbitrarily high number of them at a time merely because he's chosen "Infinite" as his nom-de-guerre, nor assume limitations on any of the aspects discussed above based on such an assumption.
Oooh, good catch!
If so, he can effectively toggle if he's bound or unbound by the rules at his whim.
I wonder if he can switch himself with his clones, if so there'd be zero ambiguity if he's on the lawless pattern or not.