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and if the clone sho, had the role of Aptom


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That is quite an intriguing thought... and when you think about it, it's strange that, after that first time, nothing like this ever happened again. None of Sho's bodyparts ever got separated from the control medal ever again.

 

Agito would never allow one of his bodyparts to go missing, but it's a tantalizing idea. Would a bio-boosted clone of Guyver III be even more dangerous than Sho's?

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In a way Aptom and the Booster Creature share a lot of similarities. Both absorb and combine with other creatures. The difference is that the Booster Creature creates horrifying amalgamations while Aptom is able to pick and chose elements from the zoanoids he absorbs to create a superior battle form. 

 

I think the story plays out better with Aptom in the role since he was already a thinking being with his own personality and background. The Booster Creature had none of this except Sho's memories that it didn't seem to fully understand or comprehend. In the end it would have been developed into a dark reflection or counter part of Sho a role already being filled by the other guyvers. First Guyver II, then Guyver III until their resent battle and now that role will likely fall to Guyver II-F.

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I was referring to a situation where the mind, of the clone sho, is copnvierte a thinking being, and acquires the avilidades of Aptom, that empiesa way to marry sho, thinking that the one with the guyver armor is the copy ,

 

 

have someone with skills Aptom, absorb and adapt the DNA of the Zoanoids, it infects, but with the goal of taking control of the control medal

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I always wondered about the arm of Guyver I after his fight with Enzyme. I watched the OVA and anime before I ever read the manga so I was always curious about what happened to it, or why didn't the Chronos agents take it with them for analyzes of the Guyver's skin cells or something. But after the years of reading the manga and thinking about it, I struggle with understanding how the Guyver could regenerate itself without the Control Medal. I think that this is something Takaya realized was flawed and why we never see it happen again. I also think this is why we never saw an anime adaptation of the Boosted Creature. 

Perhaps Takaya took the idea of the Boosted Creature and used it to create Aptom instead?

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I always assumed the organism that is the base of the Guyver has extreme regenerative properties, as well as being able to absorb other organisms - and that the Creators weaponized it, adding cybernetic functions contained within the control medal and the gravity orb.

 

It's almost like 'the thing'.

 

So... I think you really have something there, Mirabilis. Aptom does seem based on the G-organism.

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Aptom is a sentient creature and only ever reverts to instinct when he has no brain. The Bio-Booster creature operates on instincts and can only home in on a desire to complete itself. 

They are both very similar, and they remind me of the being from the movie "The Thing". The thing treads a middle line between Aptom and the Bio-Booster Creature. 

 

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