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• 5/8/2014

Cloverfield monster (aggresive & unfriendly?)

If the Cloverfield monster is not just out there killing & if it does not mean any harm, then why did it attack Hud & kill him?

Is the Cloverfield monster also unfriendly, vicious & nearly unforgiving although it was once dormant & peaceful in the ocean?

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• 5/8/2014

According to Abrams and co., Clover is essentially an infant stumbling around unfamiliar territory looking for its mother. Like most babies, it uses its mouth (or hands) as a way to taste or feel things. It attacking Hud was basically a): way of investigating what was right below him, or b): it was hungry and Hud was closest thing within its reach (Remember when Marlena told Lily "It was eating people"?)

Though I suspect if it was the latter, there wouldn't be anything of Hud left to mourn (the camera included).

That said the US Government labeled Clover "aggressive" because they perceived its actions as threatening. And for all intents and purposes, they were, considering the number of people that are inadvertently killed because it likely had no idea where it was. I doubt if they knew why it smashed its way into the city, they would call it "misunderstood creature looking for its mother".

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• 5/8/2014
Lily Ford wrote:
According to Abrams and co., Clover is essentially an infant stumbling around unfamiliar territory looking for its mother. Like most babies, it uses its mouth (or hands) as a way to taste or feel things. It attacking Hud was basically a): way of investigating what was right below him, or b): it was hungry and Hud was closest thing within its reach (Remember when Marlena told Lily "It was eating people"?)

Though I suspect if it was the latter, there wouldn't be anything of Hud left to mourn (the camera included).

That said the US Government labeled Clover "aggressive" because they perceived its actions as threatening. And for all intents and purposes, they were, considering the number of people that are inadvertently killed because it likely had no idea where it was. I doubt if they knew why it smashed its way into the city, they would call it "misunderstood creature looking for its mother".

So is the creature unfriendly, vicious & nearly unforgiving although it was once dormant & peaceful in the ocean or is it not what the creature is intended to be & did it not meant any harm?

How would the adult Cloverfield monster such as the mother possibly look like? Standing on hind legs diagonally erect just like what Nevile Page speculates about the creature as an adult being bipedal(walking on 2 legs)?

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• 5/10/2014
Lily Ford wrote:
According to Abrams and co., Clover is essentially an infant stumbling around unfamiliar territory looking for its mother. Like most babies, it uses its mouth (or hands) as a way to taste or feel things. It attacking Hud was basically a): way of investigating what was right below him, or b): it was hungry and Hud was closest thing within its reach (Remember when Marlena told Lily "It was eating people"?)

Though I suspect if it was the latter, there wouldn't be anything of Hud left to mourn (the camera included).

That said the US Government labeled Clover "aggressive" because they perceived its actions as threatening. And for all intents and purposes, they were, considering the number of people that are inadvertently killed because it likely had no idea where it was. I doubt if they knew why it smashed its way into the city, they would call it "misunderstood creature looking for its mother".

Do you mean its because the creature was completely innocent & its afraid of killing or hurting people & that its rampage is not intentional which is actually mistaken as a threat intentional while is it all mankind for being the most dangerous on Earth?

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• 5/14/2014
Tyrannoraptor wrote:
Lily Ford wrote:
According to Abrams and co., Clover is essentially an infant stumbling around unfamiliar territory looking for its mother. Like most babies, it uses its mouth (or hands) as a way to taste or feel things. It attacking Hud was basically a): way of investigating what was right below him, or b): it was hungry and Hud was closest thing within its reach (Remember when Marlena told Lily "It was eating people"?)

Though I suspect if it was the latter, there wouldn't be anything of Hud left to mourn (the camera included).

That said the US Government labeled Clover "aggressive" because they perceived its actions as threatening. And for all intents and purposes, they were, considering the number of people that are inadvertently killed because it likely had no idea where it was. I doubt if they knew why it smashed its way into the city, they would call it "misunderstood creature looking for its mother".

Do you mean its because the creature was completely innocent & its afraid of killing or hurting people & that its rampage is not intentional which is actually mistaken as a threat intentional while is it all mankind for being the most dangerous on Earth?


"its rampage is not intentional which is actually mistaken as a threat"

Exactly.

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• 5/24/2014
S.H.I.E.L.D.AgentJede wrote:
Tyrannoraptor wrote:
Lily Ford wrote:
According to Abrams and co., Clover is essentially an infant stumbling around unfamiliar territory looking for its mother. Like most babies, it uses its mouth (or hands) as a way to taste or feel things. It attacking Hud was basically a): way of investigating what was right below him, or b): it was hungry and Hud was closest thing within its reach (Remember when Marlena told Lily "It was eating people"?)

Though I suspect if it was the latter, there wouldn't be anything of Hud left to mourn (the camera included).

That said the US Government labeled Clover "aggressive" because they perceived its actions as threatening. And for all intents and purposes, they were, considering the number of people that are inadvertently killed because it likely had no idea where it was. I doubt if they knew why it smashed its way into the city, they would call it "misunderstood creature looking for its mother".

Do you mean its because the creature was completely innocent & its afraid of killing or hurting people & that its rampage is not intentional which is actually mistaken as a threat intentional while is it all mankind for being the most dangerous on Earth?

"its rampage is not intentional which is actually mistaken as a threat"

Exactly.

Does that means the creature wouldn't dare to display aggression & its too shy to do so while is it all mankind's fault for harming the environment which will lead the creature to unintentional rampage?!

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• 3/18/2016
Lily Ford wrote:
According to Abrams and co., Clover is essentially an infant stumbling around unfamiliar territory looking for its mother. Like most babies, it uses its mouth (or hands) as a way to taste or feel things. It attacking Hud was basically a): way of investigating what was right below him, or b): it was hungry and Hud was closest thing within its reach (Remember when Marlena told Lily "It was eating people"?)

Though I suspect if it was the latter, there wouldn't be anything of Hud left to mourn (the camera included).

That said the US Government labeled Clover "aggressive" because they perceived its actions as threatening. And for all intents and purposes, they were, considering the number of people that are inadvertently killed because it likely had no idea where it was. I doubt if they knew why it smashed its way into the city, they would call it "misunderstood creature looking for its mother".

IT BIT OFF HUD'S LEGS!!!

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