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Origin of Changelings

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Submitted: 11/20/2012
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#1 - sinery (11/20/2012) [+] (5 replies)
Nice theory but not a single one of them are a clone, i prefer the old fashioned way.
#3 - zekeon (11/21/2012) [+] (8 replies)
Sigh.

No.

The changelings are not clones simply because they all look the same, it's because they're ******* changelings and can look however they want, however they DO have a default form.

Even if they are clones, that wouldn't give them the power to shape-shift.
#11 - crowdpleazer (11/21/2012) [-]
so how goes the hunt on the theory?
User avatar #15 - wholesomeburn (11/21/2012) [-]
Not bad... The way I saw it is that the Changelings(the rank-and-file common ones) are genetically simple drones created only to serve their queen. Much like ants!
User avatar #20 - homage (11/24/2012) [-]
"where the individual conforms to the group and functions as a part"
"4. appear to have hive-like mentality"

That first point is more of a collective idea, instead of a specifically hive-like one. A hive of higher organisms would fall under collectivism itself, but a hive usually operates under a singular mind or force trying to do something as a hive-mind. And it's only collective in the sense they are trying to complete the same task with cooperation. It seems to me that the Pinkies were just as well off by themselves as individuals but the fact that they all moved as a group towards the same goal makes a sort of pseudo-collective, in that the formation of the collective has no effect on the individuals desires. This is all assuming that the clones had any real individuality to begin with and that could easily touch on Twilight's treatment of them, which seems to be a big topic. Anyway, that's my thoughts on those parts of the theory. Pseudo-collective instead of a hive, blah blah blah. Im tired.
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