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Ron

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Rings, or no rings?
« on: April 23, 2011, 10:19:14 AM »
In the interest of science, here is a list of the Scifi era episodes where Crow did or did not have arm rings:

801 - Rings
802 - Rings
803 - Rings
804 - Rings
805 - Rings
806 - Rings
807 - Rings
808 - Rings
809 - Rings
810 - Rings
811 - Rings
812 - Rings
813 - Rings
814 - Rings
815 - No Rings
816 - No Rings
817 - No Rings
818 - Rings
819 - Rings
820 - Ring on left arm only
821 - No Rings
822 - No Rings

901 - No Rings
902 - No Rings
903 - No Rings
904 - No Rings
905 - No Rings
906 - No Rings
907 - No Rings
908 - No Rings
909 - No Rings
910 - No Rings
911 - No Rings
912 - No Rings
913 - No Rings

1001 - No Rings
1002 - No Rings
1003 - No Rings
1004 - No Rings
1005 - No Rings
1006 - No Rings
1007 - No Rings
1008 - No Rings
1009 - No Rings
1010 - No Rings
1011 - No Rings
1012 - No Rings
1013 - No Rings


So I guess 821 - Time Chasers begins the ringless era.

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Re: Rings, or no rings?
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2011, 12:02:24 PM »
Thanks Ron! I wonder why 820 only had the tubing on the left arm... weird.

Here's another interesting thing I noticed. If you look back through the Joel years it seems that they attached Crow's shoulder attachments to the outside of the upper arm instead of between the two triangle pieces.


crow_t-_robot by crow_4_ever, on Flickr

As you can see, it brings Crow's arms in a little more so that they are directly under the shoulders instead of sticking out a bit...

Maybe the reason they added the tubing there in the first place was to cover up the gap between the upper arm triangles? Once they started placing the shoulder attachment between the triangles, there really wasn't a reason to have them, so they just stopped adding them... well that's my guess anyway.

-Derek