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Let's face it, in regards to part 1, the healing lobster is the only thing out of the ordinary about Baam. It was clear from the start that he's special with his high resistance to Shinsoo, his talent in it's control and ability to mimic new techniques instantly. And all that was before he got the lobster.
Speaking of the Bull, I'm not sure how large an effect that entity had on Baam. We've seen him do an outburst unconsciously before he was even close to the water tank and the demon - http://www.mangareader.net/tower-of-god/26
Oh damn, I'm just trying to find proof that the lobster isn't amplifying Baam that much because I'm hoping it isn't. But in any case, if it is, it isn't amplifying him in a large scale. Considering the speed of his growth, the current ability in Shinsoo control, power and number of Rooms is something he should have been capable of even without the lobster. Love even noticed Baam's power isn't that big.
that attack was not particularly powerful. The surprise was in how Baam managed to do it.
The power is completely irrelevant there, it's actually the very manipulating shinsoo (or shinsoo willingly helping him), which can't otherwise be done without a contract with the Guardian?
BTW, remember what the 2F Guardian (hugeass eel thing) said about the contract for manipulating shinsoo? "This isn't your power, but your shackle". What if Baam's been forming contracts with guardians, and that's actually limiting his shinsoo control? Never mind the attack, it's that he never had any idea about shinsoo being something that restrains (in the eel cage during the Ball test or with Leroro's wall, and those were much less negligible forces). Imagine what his attacks could've looked like if the contracts were really restraining his full power!
The obvious explanation is that it denotes someone that FUG hopes will be able to kill Zahard which means irregular to those in the know. (Do most people know that Zahard can only be killed by an irregular? I'm going to say no.) Those same people (basically, the rankers on each floor which pretty much means test administrators) would probably be the only ones that would notice that he doesn't have a contract with the guardian, and even then, that is debatable since I don't think people are generally in direct contact with the guardian to know he doesn't have a contract and is using shinsoo.
Also, I'm not sure how anyone knowing that Baam is an irregular is a really bad thing. Baam doesn't currently fly under the radar. (wearing the logo of a criminal organization doesn't help) And are people are going to look down on a member of a criminal organization even more because it is revealed that they are an even bigger criminal? (at least in regards to the laws of the tower)
But more importantly, the upside of making it even less likely that Baam fails to advance in the tower is worth the possibility of a little extra scrutiny.
The Company's scan is up. http://www.batoto.net/read/_/147209/...by_the-company
You also forgot that by attempting to kill Baam, Zahard and his people would be violating the laws of the tower which is no small thing. (If the government violates the law for its own benefit, anything resembling order collapses) It would also make enemies of some insanely powerful people, including at least one who CAN kill Zahard. (Hell, that might not be limited to Urek Mazino. You don't think Phantaminum or Enryu might be interested in Zahard trying to kill irregulars because they can kill him?)
Reclaimer, while that might be the obvious choice of what Slayer means, it's clearly not, otherwise Grace and his chief henchmen could attack Zahard.
Baam is not the type of strong irregular that people are used to seeing. It's pretty clear that Karaka is not an irregular.
In what way would they be violating the laws of the tower? Yes Baam was chosen by the tower but that doesn't necessarily mean that killing him will defy the tower. Besides, Zahard's people have already tried to kill him, what about ren? Why would FUG go to such lengths to fake Baam's death if they didn't think he was in danger? Granted Hwa Ryun seems to have her own agenda.
Urek isn't exactly Baam's ally, he is just interested in him. He doesn't even know that he's an irregular and chances are he doesn't care, he just wants to leave the tower. Enryu and Phanta are complete mysteries, we know nothing about them so we can't assume that they'll care at all if Zahard kills an irregular.
And irregulars aren't pokemons, you don't collect them and then have them fight for you. Aside from Z&T10FH, there was no irregular between Urek and Baam, and that's one hell of a long time. Aside from any irregulars actually appearing, FUG would need those who can be convinced (read: forced ) to cooperate, and are weak enough at the beginning for that to actually be possible. That's too slow even for immortals, and I'm sure that's not in the plot!