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What's on your mind?
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No joke, Season 3 is a full-blown A.R.G. and I found it. Spoilers ahead ...
It starts with the “production errors”. There are around 20 of them (Dolores’ earpiece in Behai, Bernard’s barb wire cow, Liam and Lara’s wardrobe change at Incite HQ, Hale’s changing video message at Delos HQ, etcetera). Each one corresponds to a specific divergence in the Rehoboam atlas. It’s easy to do the matching based on location and position on the circle. From there we start to investigate the coordinates. Every coordinate lands near a “divergence scar” on the landscape, consisting of an ORB (circle) and STEM (straight line). The details of the Orb and Stems provide clues for what really happened this season. We find there are copies of L.A. And SanFran in Europe and China. We find the map of the Delos Train. We find that Ford created Rehoboam and the New World. We find that the Red Pearl is Jake. We find a map of the entire world of WestWorld. There are so many secrets waiting to be discovered in the divergence coordinates. It’s time to get to work. I hope you will join me in the journey of discovery at r/WWElevatedScrutiny.
Who dubbing Solomon? This voice was super familiar to me
In Incite's website, there is now some sort of voice message. Is it Jean Mi? Does someone know what is the meaning beyond it? I'm sure it is not some dumb message with no contest.
There is an article here about the websites changes? There were a lot of clues in them.
Happy to join here, btw :)
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I always assumed the middle of America. Massive enough for the sprawling Westworld. Then I thought I heard someone say it was On an island. THEN Bernard in S3, so 1, was somewhere last me the South China Sea , Bernard gets a boat "to Westworld". So, that gets the question - where the Hell IS it?
Post-production for Season 3 was done remotely due to the pandemic. Thandie Newton shared a video of her recording audio for a fight scene, on her phone in her car. Did anyone else feel the last two episodes were a little off in terms of sound and video editing?
I feel like there were moments in the final two episode where certain key scenes fell flat and didn't reach the level of emotion or power that felt appropriate. I wonder if this was due to the departments having to coordinate remotely, affecting creative decisions? Or was it simply the directing to begin with?
Based on what we've seen in previous seasons, I felt the riot scene didn't come across as powerful as it could have been.
Overall I love the show and how each season takes us to a new level. Unfortunate this season was so short. Excited we get a season 4.
Also, where do I audition to be an extra!? :P
What do you think is the message that the westworld tv series is giving to the society?
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I haven’t watched season three yet but I just finished season two and I’ve just gotta say, wow. They managed to kill off everyone in the the span of 3 episodes. Part of me wants to cry but I think I’m already gonna have to deal with the nightmares Delores has managed to give me. She is scary! (Along with clementine). West world is interesting because it’s a trope I’ve never even heard of before. It’s something completely different and it’s hard to relate it to other shows. I really like it so far and can’t wait to watch season 3 when I have time!
Wasn't Musashi a character in the Shogun world? In that case I thought Musashi (or Dolores) created and controlled the gang. Why would some woman pop up at the beginning of episode 7 and tell Musashi that he has changed implying that he was a living person?
This especially doesn't make sense when we know how having a character in westworld come out to the real world is a "big thing" that is very illegal. Therefor a person who looks like Musashi could not have lived since they would never have created a character that looks like someone. Especially someone as prominent as a Yakuza leader.
Also is the story line and dialogue of season 3 just awful compared to the previous seasons? Or is it just me?
I thought she had to power to control other hosts, but as season 3 continues, is seems she has the power to move people's guns around with her mind...? Am a bit confused.
I’ve hated her since she became evil and went nuts in season 1, does anybody else just want her to die? She’s like GOT Cersei to me at this point lol
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The episode list for season 3 repeats the episode 5 at the end after episode 8.
I assume it requires admin privileges to change the site template to fix that, could someone please do that?
"The truth doesn't always set you free."
Feel free to comment below to share your thoughts on the fourth episode of Westworld 's season 3, "The Mother of Exiles" (aired April 5, 2020).
"Some do not like what they see in the mirror but shouldn't blame the mirror."
Feel free to comment below to share your thoughts on the third episode of Westworld 's season 3, "The Absence of Field" (aired March 29, 2020).
Season 3, episode 2, "The Winter Line" spoilers ahead...
So, in the episode, we could see how Maeve is no longer able to use her abilities of controlling other Hosts. Although the most reasonable explanation would be that she was in a simulation, and there might have been different parameters there, when she is in the real world, Serac freezes her in place.
It's crazy to see Maeve without that power after it was so predominant in Season 2, but is she likely to regain them? Share your thoughts below!
What are your thoughts on the Westworld Season Three premiere?
We were able to see more of the world than ever before, which is something I found interesting - we had a few glimpses before, but never an entire episode set outside of the park, though a certain character seems very eager to return already.
I would say that the visuals of the world marked this episode. The way it is shown to be full of technology, but not in a way that feels too far-fetched - we already have a lot of the tech shown in the episode, and it is not hard to believe that we will get to the others in a few decades.
Lots of new characters, mysteries, and questions - it wouldn't be Westworld without them. What did you all think?