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That is true although they disabled all his emotions so it makes me believe he was still able to feel.
Robert Ford stole William (the man in blacks) maze victory.
The true maze victory is death by an enlightened host. Dolores would have killed the William. She knew what she had to do. William also wanted to die.
Instead Ford scripted that Teddy would save the day so they could have the moment by the ocean with the audience.
The final maze victory happened when Dolores used her own will power to kill Robert Ford in front of a huge audience. Hosts can think for themselves, and now the world will know.
I don't think its a maze, I think its a labyrinth.
A labyrinth has a center and the goal of a labyrinth is typically to wander to the center.
You don't get lost in a labyrinth. You can get lost in a maze.
Somebody else with higher privileges then the techs have already altered Maeve (Arnold? Dolores?).
The army guarding the tunnel was going to brand teddy with a maze icon. Teddy killed them all with a gatling gun.
Turn the other cheek - special command to have a 1st generation open its face to show its insides.
Ford explains that these hosts are the originals which Arnold created. Ford claims they are his family when he was a boy.
The host boy opens his face on command.
Ford claims he keeps them online and maintained.
Bernard follows the anomaly to an empty sector and find a house with a man, a woman and two boys. Ford is also there.
The tech shows Maeve what she will say / process next and she ends up in a loop which appears to crash her.
Maeve learns from the tech about her origins. He is confused why she doesn't forget what happens the day before.
Per Teddy to the man-in-black
Not much to say, the maze is an old native myth.
The maze itself the sum of a mans life, the choices he makes, things he hangs onto, and there at the center is a legendary man who'd been killed over and over again countless times, but always clawed his way back to life and returned for the last time to vanquish all his oppressors in a tireless fury.
Built a house and around that house he built a maze so complicated around it only he could see through it, I recon he'd seen enough fighting.
In fact it almost seems like Ford knows the town with the dominoes board is part of the maze and thus he wants to keep it and not destroy it with the new canyon. In the next scene he pulls a notebook with the maze drawn in it.
Carry on - un-pauses the world - hosts as well as things like player pianos and church bells.
It seems she was taught how to do this by Dolores when she uttered the worlds "these violent delights have violent ends".
Ford pauses all the hosts frequently in multiple settings.
season 1 episode 5 while at dinner with another manager
season 1 episode 6 while at town while expanding the canyon.
In this floor there are computers for the legacy system. Bernard asks the legacy system about hosts who are not registered in the system.
What is the purpose of the bird in episode 5? Felix makes it come alive at the same time as the host.
Who is the lady with the white shoes? The 2nd host ever created keeps saying "wanna drink to the lady in the white shoes?"
What is the map / maze? Where is the entrance?
It was first found on the scalp of the robot dealer host.
- Why do they drill the nose of Deloris's father (Abernathy) before moving him to cold storage?
- Why is he crying when he enters cold storage?
- What did Bernard tell him when he enters cold storage?
Deloris is the oldest host in the park - she was repair so many times she is like brand new.
The reveres appear to unlock old memories, so even though she is "like brand new" I think she remembers more then she leads on.
Deloris answers "No" to both of these questions but then at the end of episode 1 she kills a fly that lands on her. Is it possible she lies to management?
What does this phrase / robot command mean? Is it possible for robot hosts to utter robot commands to other hosts?
You can put yourself away again - triggers robot to return to it's dedicated "sleep" location.
Please remark with any Robot Host Commands and the associated action in this thread.
deep and dreamless slumber - appears to instantly shut off a robot
In the first episode, the host robot who plays the role of father to Deloris talks about a "question you are not supposed to ask". What is this question?
"theres a deeper level to this game."
How does he know about the deeper level to the "game"? Why is he interested in finding out?
In the first episode, management appears to pause the world when stopping the milk killer. How do they do this?
Why does the man-in-black steal the dealer and scalp him in the mountains? He finds what looks to be a map ... how did he know?
"You're right. This place is one thing to the guests, another thing to the shareholders and something completely different to management." - Theresa
Why does Ford, give the robot hosts "reveres"? Why is he on a quest to make them more and more believable?
What is the average stay for a new comer to Westworld? How many days do they stay for on average?
Why do the robots (hosts) loose their memory every day? How do they loose their memory everyday?