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so they introduce a "cure" same time say stu is zombie?

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could there be a connection at all?

stu clearly used to eat human flesh n whatnot

he has all the symptoms

could there be a cure that relates to the story?

(as far as I know the vr11 was just a temp thing)

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115 reanimates dead cells, not living ones. What symptoms? The only one I can think of is the fact that Richtofen can speak to him telepathically and whether or not this is because he is becoming a zombie is debatable.

Using the V-R11 to cure a zombie is permanent.

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Things from the die rise tv's

Paranoia, plotting against others, short term memory loss.

maybe I'm making mountains outta molehills but its fun to speculate things :P

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Stu is NOT a zombie. i assure you. This is simply my theory gathered from guess work, the tv's in die rise, stu's quotes, and logic. Stu was part of a group (whether this was just some random people, a large group, or even a satanic cult sort of thing is unclear....though i like the idea of the last one >:) is unclear) that would eat zombie flesh to survive. Richtofen clearly states that he is the only one in the group able to hear him, and in some other quote on or on the TV's not sure which, that another young girl was IN YOUR SITUATION (basiclly had eaten flesh as well) and was helping him until she perished from zombies. SO in conclusion, stu is not a zombie but the zombie flesh he ate gave him hallucinations, and various voices in his head including richtofens.

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Stu is NOT a zombie. i assure you. This is simply my theory gathered from guess work, the tv's in die rise, stu's quotes, and logic. Stu was part of a group (whether this was just some random people, a large group, or even a satanic cult sort of thing is unclear....though i like the idea of the last one >:) is unclear) that would eat zombie flesh to survive. Richtofen clearly states that he is the only one in the group able to hear him, and in some other quote on or on the TV's not sure which, that another young girl was IN YOUR SITUATION (basiclly had eaten flesh as well) and was helping him until she perished from zombies. SO in conclusion, stu is not a zombie but the zombie flesh he ate gave him hallucinations, and various voices in his head including richtofens.

the BEST explanation for Stu hearin voices...i agree with you to the fullest 8-)

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