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Yah I tink about that shit too. I think the biggest mystery for me would be how you get better weapons. like do you need to bank your points and then pick option 2 or do you just keep picking option 2 getting diff weapons each time. I think Oku dosent even no yet =P (Tho he may have a plan Idk) Even if he dosent Im sure hill come up w something good. I have a feeling he pulls have of the story out of his ass but it still is amazing. The man craps gold lol
I think he may not even know what he will wright over 5 chapters ahaead although I may be wrong lol
I guess the trick is choosing option 2 always...and if you die you begin from 0 again, no matter how many weapons you had before you died (in case the same thing that happened with kurono2 and his h gun can happen to anyone).
Think about how the gun works.
It has an X-ray feature built in.
Now X-rays are known to emit high amounts of radiation.
So, wouldn't the person using the gun be putting themselves at risk by examining their targets?
Each pull of the first trigger would unleashed a good bit of radiation onto themselves and the area around them (presumably).
Of course, we high probably never have this explained or even implemented into the manga, it is an interesting point I think.
Wouldn't it not matter since Gantz heals them during the transfer?
Well, we don't know if the guns' power source is radioactive, but a normal X-ray machine is directional, and only dangerous if you're in the path of the beam, unless it is defective. In other words, if you're looking at the screen, you're fine. But if you're the one getting X-rayed, or if you're standing in the path of the beam, you get a little exposure. I'm going to assume that Gantz doesn't really care about maintaining the future health of any aliens that escape, so he probably doesn't have any reason to minimize the amount of exposure they receive. Depending on just how much X-ray radiation that the guns emit, it may be possible to kill somebody just by repeatedly pointing the gun at them and pushing the X-ray button, over and over. But you would need a target who was willing to stand still, very close to the gun, for that length of time.
And the truth is that it takes about 300 rads over a very short period of time to actually kill anybody, but X-ray techs are required by law to keep their exposure below 5 rems per year. (for X-rays, rads and rems are equivalent. But they are NOT equivalent for other forms of radiation.) There's a LOT of leeway in there; better safe than sorry. Even though the permitted dosage is so low in comparison with the amount required to actually kill you, it's rare for anybody to receive even that much radiation in the average medical setting.
If a Gantzer was pregnant, though, it's a different matter; in early pregnancy, as little as 0.5 rads can cause birth defects or miscarriage.
Wow, that little? I knew it was a little ammount of radiation, but 0.5 rads? That's kinda creepy.
Is extanding sword a weapon for 100 pionts or not ? Izumi got one when he comes back to gantz . Kei have one on th Oni mission and kills shape shifting alien ,but he dont had 100 pionts. Maybe Oku made a mistake by Oni mission ?
Lol how the hell do you know that george? You seem to have a lot of knowledge about seemingly random things.
Im wondering if Sebastian's ability is a Gantz reward.. :\
In gantz minus is mentioned that izumi was driving yakudza car. Maybe he buy the guns from yakudza member. Maybe the mecha get deystroded like g-siut.