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Author Topic: What if David actually does not want to kill Engin...  (Read 222 times)

Feb 02, 2019, 02:35:40 PM
Topic on: Feb 02, 2019, 02:35:40 PM
I think, many of you after watching Covenat considered that David just killed all Engineers. But what if there's actually no his guilty? So, here are my thoughts. In the end of Prometheus Last Engineer tries to launch Juggernaut and wipe all life on Earth. And then David reveals that there're many ships on LV-223. What if there is some kind of net between all these ships and Last Engineer's comands spread on all of them? What if ship that Shaw  and David used to travel to Planet 4 was already set to drop its cargo when arrived to destination?
Yeah, i know there's many possibilities to argue that statement but what if? I prefer to think that David's  insanity is result of his 10-year isolation without any control over him rather than he was already insane and straight evil when arrived at the planet. You know, he just had way too much time to think about morality and value of human's life and there was already a lot of dead bodies and pathogen to experiment on and there was not too many ways to keep himself busy.
So, what if?

Necronomicon II
Feb 02, 2019, 02:48:47 PM
Reply #1 on: Feb 02, 2019, 02:48:47 PM
Welcome, to hell (jokes).  :D ;D

Yeah I think David will want an army of automated pilots to spread his creatures throughout the galaxy, thus it follows that he may capture some engineers, conduct mutations on them/insert technology in them, etc, etc, and implant them biomechanically to the juggernaut chairs, thus those particular engineers will be enslaved to serve David for that singular purpose of piloting the juggs to infect worlds; he'll make them one with the Jockey chairs and elephantine.

Damn, give me the damn script.  :D ;D 8)

« Last Edit: Feb 02, 2019, 02:50:56 PM by Necronomicon II »

Feb 03, 2019, 03:29:54 AM
Reply #4 on: Feb 03, 2019, 03:29:54 AM
I just think, based on the start of Covenant, that David immediately recognised his superiority and 'killing god' was just a natural progression from that.

Frosty Venom
Feb 03, 2019, 05:10:46 AM
Reply #6 on: Feb 03, 2019, 05:10:46 AM
Interesting theory. Though David did seem to be displaying sadness when unleashing the payload, he also seemed to know what he was doing.


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