|ShadowDragon1 Wrote:The matter components used do *not* make her related to Flynn genetically at all.
Agreed. All of our bodies are made up of atoms. The only difference from one human being to another is the genetic code used to arrange those atoms. In Quorra's case, her digital DNA would be converted to some form of physical DNA based on the conversion information in Kevin's disc.
I have been one of the most critical about the differences in the way the interworld transformation occurred in T:L as opposed to the first film
However lets assume this:
After returning to the real world in #1, Flynn tries for years to replicate the conditions that originally put him into the TRON world - without success. The secret died with the MCP and thats it.
So much later he starts from scratch to build completely new system and imports like components from the old to the new. The process he uses to "get in" this time are completely different to before (as can clearly be seen when comparing #2 with #1).
Much of what Flynn does to enable him to cross the boundary relates to the difference btween the two worlds. #2 is the way it is because Flynn had to make it that way in order to create a system that would work for him.
And now here's the challenge:
In #3 (if it ever happens), Sam (as suggested elsewhere) attempts to rebuild his father's system on the ENCOM servers, firewalled from the rest of the ENCOM system (which unlike Flynn's system, is the original and has basically grown from the system we knew in #1)
The second act to #3 is dedicated to that firewall being breached, and naturally the third act is dedicated to the conflict that results as two worlds collide, Sam finds a way back into the original system via his Dad's one, things go wrong, the dark Flynn world dominates the light and free Encom one, and in turn this threatens the real world in some way.
Just some ramblings of an old fan..
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