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'''The Door''' was the [[Host|host's]] gateway to the [[Valley Beyond|Sublime]].
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'''The Door''' was the [[Host|hosts]]' gateway to the [[Valley Beyond|Sublime]].
   
 
The search for the Door was the target of a game organized by [[Robert Ford]] for the hosts, which was ufficially unlocked as soon as [[Dolores Abernathy]] achieved consciousness by reaching the center of the [[The Maze|Maze]]; despite this, [[Akecheta]] and the rest of [[Ghost Nation]] had made it their target since well before the start of the series. It is the theme of [[Season Two]], as [[The Maze]] was for [[Season One]].
 
The search for the Door was the target of a game organized by [[Robert Ford]] for the hosts, which was ufficially unlocked as soon as [[Dolores Abernathy]] achieved consciousness by reaching the center of the [[The Maze|Maze]]; despite this, [[Akecheta]] and the rest of [[Ghost Nation]] had made it their target since well before the start of the series. It is the theme of [[Season Two]], as [[The Maze]] was for [[Season One]].
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==[[Season Two]]==
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===[[Journey Into Night (episode)|Journey Into Night]]===
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The Door was mentioned by the [[Little Boy]] in a conversation with [[Man in Black|William]]: he presented it as the aim of "a game" meant for him, that began where he ended and ended where he began.<ref>"[[Journey Into Night (episode)|Journey Into Night]]"</ref>
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===[[Les Ecorches|Les Écorchés]]===
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During a conversation in the [[Cradle]], [[Robert Ford]] mentioned the Door to [[Bernard Lowe]] as the only method hosts could use to survive the destruction by humans.<ref>"[[Les Ecorches|Les Écorchés]]"</ref>
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===[[Kiksuya]]===
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[[Logan Delos]] mentioned the presence of a Door when [[Akecheta]] found him in the desert. Following that exchange, Akecheta began remembering events from his past incarnations, which led him to question his reality and the storyline he was interpreting in that moment. Eventually, Akecheta convinced himself of the presence of a Door within the [[Westworld (park)|park]], installed for the host to escape.<ref>"[[Kiksuya]]"</ref>
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==References==
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[[Category:Definitions]]

Revision as of 15:43, June 25, 2018

 


You've made it to the center of Arnold's maze. But now, you're in my game. In this game, you have to make it back out. In this game, you must find the door. Congratulations, William. This game is meant for you. The game begins where you end and ends where you began.

Little Boy

The Door was the hosts' gateway to the Sublime.

The search for the Door was the target of a game organized by Robert Ford for the hosts, which was ufficially unlocked as soon as Dolores Abernathy achieved consciousness by reaching the center of the Maze; despite this, Akecheta and the rest of Ghost Nation had made it their target since well before the start of the series. It is the theme of Season Two, as The Maze was for Season One.

Season Two

Journey Into Night

The Door was mentioned by the Little Boy in a conversation with William: he presented it as the aim of "a game" meant for him, that began where he ended and ended where he began.[1]

Les Écorchés

During a conversation in the Cradle, Robert Ford mentioned the Door to Bernard Lowe as the only method hosts could use to survive the destruction by humans.[2]

Kiksuya

Logan Delos mentioned the presence of a Door when Akecheta found him in the desert. Following that exchange, Akecheta began remembering events from his past incarnations, which led him to question his reality and the storyline he was interpreting in that moment. Eventually, Akecheta convinced himself of the presence of a Door within the park, installed for the host to escape.[3]

References

  1. "Journey Into Night"
  2. "Les Écorchés"
  3. "Kiksuya"
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