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Welcome to Ask the Experts. I’m Dallinag. Well, if you read the title correctly you would know that there is a big announcement in this episode. What’s the big announcement? Well, you’ll just have to wait for the end. Oh, and don’t even try to skip to the ending. I’ve programmed this page to give your computer a nasty virus if you do. Don’t ask me how it works. I don’t even know myself. Anyway, on with the show!
Why do so many villains want to take over the world? What they are going to do after they succeed?
Some people think people think they want to rule the world because they are evil. Or they want to be appreciated. They are wrong. The reason lots of villains try to rule the world is very simple: They are bored out of their minds. They wake up in the morning with nothing to do. They say to themselves, “Is there anything on T.V.? Nope. Anything on the internet? Nope (In their world, ScrewAttack doesn’t exist). Any videogames to buy? Nope. What to do? What to do? How about taking over the world? Yeah, that'll do. I will be occupied for a few months." Then, they try to take over the world. Once they rule the world, they'll say to themselves, "I finally rule the world. ...Is there anything on TV? "
Why do so many Final Fantasy villains look like girly pretty boys?
The villains of Final Fantasy actually wanted to look like girly pretty boys. They look like that because if they look like that, less people will believe they are evil. That makes sense if you think about it. If you take a person from the moon and show him a picture of Mario and Bowser and ask him which of those two the villain is, he'll say “Bowser.” If you ask him why, he'll say, “Because Bowser looks like some sort of monster, while Mario looks normal.” If you show him a picture of Cloud and Sephiroth and ask him who of these two the villain is, he'll have no idea because based on looks; neither of those two looks evil. Less people thinking you're evil mean the higher possibility of succeeding. That is a very smart strategy for villains.
Why is it that the Portal Gun only works on certain surfaces?
The Portal Gun you get in the game is a prototype. The scientists wanted the gun to be tested so they can see and fix the problems it had. Then GLaDOS was a little gassy and ruined their day.
Why is it that the Quantum Conundrum glove can only travel to four (five if you count ours) dimensions? There's got to be more dimensions than that!
There are more than 5 dimensions, and there could've been more dimensions for you to use with the glove. The uncle was just being lazy. There could've been 7 or more dimension you could use, but was just not in the mood to put those extra dimensions in the glove. He thought 5 was good enough.
How can the floating blocks in Mario float?
As most people know, Mario lives in an alternate universe. What most people don't know is that in Mario's universe the gravity is lighter than ours. So boxes and bricks that would be on the ground in our world would float in Mario's world. The boxes just float until someone smashes it, and get the item from it.
Well, that’s our show. We’ve talked about everything. I’m so glad I have nothing to talk about. So, good night, and remember, we’re always looking for expertise (or lack thereof.)
HA! Just messing with you. So now that you’ve been waiting patiently, here’s THE BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! Ask the Experts is ending. Bye!
HA! Okay, I’ll stop, I’ll stop. The REAL announcement is a doozy. Ask the Experts is moving to g1 Features! No, I’m serious this time. This is a very big thing for the show, and is a huge milestone for the show. I’d like to thank all of my supporters over the past few months with this show, Without you, I’d probably never have gotten to episode five, let alone 13 and going on to g1 Features. So thanks, good night, and remember, we’re always looking for expertise (or lack thereof).
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