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  • this is a theroy of someone else and I just want to share it please repy to this okey?


    Now hear me out on this as this may be the most logical and most realistic explanation on how it happened. Basically Timothy mutated into a pile of organs because he didn't interact with any mutants and didn't get any of their DNA mixed with his. You may now start thinking that he was grabbed onto and pulled around, but think about it, there is one thing he had that no one else did, he had clothing on that covers his ENTIRE body except for his face so most likely unless any mutant or creature touched his face, he never got any other DNA mixed with his and also you can tell because if you saw his mutation, you'll noticed that it actually took a while before he took on a new physical form and when he was grabbing that one Foot Soldier, the mutagen may have been looking for another DNA sample to combine with his. So overall that maybe why he is what he is now and would like to know what anyone thinks please.

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    • okey

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    • that makes total sense

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    • wow thats clever yeah i see what you mean

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    • Wow. I never thought about it that way. Smart thinking! makes so much sense now.

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    • I figured either that:

      a) He got a "null" mutation based on only having contact with mutants or humans prior to mutating (it's been shown that mutant DNA doesn't trigger the ooze). OR

      b) He's a mutant bacterium, exposed to one from being pushed to a warehouse floor that's probably dirty. The way his organs are all suspended in his mass is similar to the way organelles are suspended in a bacterium.

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    • wow thats pretty clever but i think the first makes more sence but i'll give you a kudos

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    • Brian Dodd wrote:
      this is a theroy of someone else and I just want to share it please repy to this okey?


      Now hear me out on this as this may be the most logical and most realistic explanation on how it happened. Basically Timothy mutated into a pile of organs because he didn't interact with any mutants and didn't get any of their DNA mixed with his. You may now start thinking that he was grabbed onto and pulled around, but think about it, there is one thing he had that no one else did, he had clothing on that covers his ENTIRE body except for his face so most likely unless any mutant or creature touched his face, he never got any other DNA mixed with his and also you can tell because if you saw his mutation, you'll noticed that it actually took a while before he took on a new physical form and when he was grabbing that one Foot Soldier, the mutagen may have been looking for another DNA sample to combine with his. So overall that maybe why he is what he is now and would like to know what anyone thinks please.

      That is good thinking. You are most likely right. I wondered why his mutation took ages. Now i know why. That is, if it is true.

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    • GamerFromJump wrote:
      I figured that he's a mutant bacterium, exposed to one from being pushed to a warehouse floor that's probably dirty. The way his organs are all suspended in his mass is similar to the way organelles are suspended in a bacterium.

      That makes the most sense out of all these theories, granted cytoplasm isn't acidic but still that's probably what happened. Maybe the Mutagen not having another DNA sample to mix with the mutant-to-be would result in death and possible bodily destruction, like melting into a puddle

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    • Oh well thank you for your honesty and apologize for my accusation.

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    • yep that's logic, I assume the same when I saw the scene, but what I just can't believe is that fishface and dogpound didn't consider that their mutant appearance came from earlier interaction with other creature's DNA.

      I think they should have guess how it work, then again I m aware that timothy was only an experiment, they wanted to know more about the mutation but this one failure is really not a good reason to abandon the mutant army project.

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    • Also if my memories are correct, mutagen man is able to shapeshift... So the fact that he was "born" with a lack of another DNA sample to mix with could explain how he s able to shapeshift if they put the condition that he needs a DNA sample from the one he want to take the form in order to shapeshift.

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    • But I don't really think that he really must have body contact.


      The Turtles were carried by Hamato Yoshi, so they interacted with him. They could or could have not got touched by Splinter

      Hamato Yoshi must have touched the rat, but he just pushed it away and was fully clothed. He just interacted.

      So my theory is that interaction decides who he gets.

      So Pulverizer is infact 1/3 Turtle and 2/3 Human. But he got so much mutagen that he got extra mutations. Like Dogpund, he got the harder spots. So he got extra mutations.

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    • cool theory

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    • @ The above


      I forgot to mention that he was last touched by Donatello.

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    • yeah but donatello needed him to touch his skin that way he might have turned in a turtle

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    • i gave everyone a kudos.

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    • Brian Dodd
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      18:08, May 26, 2013
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      none of your busines so drop it
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    • GamerFromJump wrote:
      I figured either that:

      a) He got a "null" mutation based on only having contact with mutants or humans prior to mutating (it's been shown that mutant DNA doesn't trigger the ooze). OR

      b) He's a mutant bacterium, exposed to one from being pushed to a warehouse floor that's probably dirty. The way his organs are all suspended in his mass is similar to the way organelles are suspended in a bacteria

      Although not in this series and I guess not mutated by the same kid Hun was mutated into a Turtle after having had contact with Mutant Turtles

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    • Yeah that actually makes sense I think that's a possiblility or it could be because he WANTED to be mutated it had a different effect? kinda like roboticization on humans in the archie sonic comics

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    • you know did you notice that smoke when he puts his ands on the floor

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    • Citizen-kane-clapping
      You, my friend, are smart.
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    • what the... why do you have this black and white pitcher with a man clapping?

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    • Ray cool wrote:
      what the... why do you have this black and white pitcher with a man clapping?

      Picture*

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    • 86.33.243.236 wrote:
      But I don't really think that he really must have body contact.


      1. The Turtles were carried by Hamato Yoshi, so they interacted with him. They could or could have not got touched by Splinter

      2. Hamato Yoshi must have touched the rat, but he just pushed it away and was fully clothed. He just interacted.

      So my theory is that interaction decides who he gets.

      So Pulverizer is infact 1/3 Turtle and 2/3 Human. But he got so much mutagen that he got extra mutations. Like Dogpund, he got the harder spots. So he got extra mutations.

      1a. He probably pet them or something off-screen

      1b. The mutagen's properties are probably a combination of the comics and 80s cartoon: animals are anthropomorphosized, and humans become anthropomorphic versions of the last organism they touch or are touched by

      2. The rat's tail probably brushed his leg

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    • Well when he touched the mutagen Timothy says 'IT BURNS' so maybe Shredder thought igniting the mutagen with heating and dangerous chemicals would make it more powerful,but only the Kraang know how to use it,and Shredder overheated it so much that it turned most of Timothys body into mutagen itself and the main organs floated around in him,meaning Shredder is terrible at using mutagen(P.S. am I the only one that finds Timothys mutation the scariest scene in the series?)

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    • 188.141.14.29 wrote:
      Well when he touched the mutagen Timothy says 'IT BURNS' so maybe Shredder thought igniting the mutagen with heating and dangerous chemicals would make it more powerful,but only the Kraang know how to use it,and Shredder overheated it so much that it turned most of Timothys body into mutagen itself and the main organs floated around in him,meaning Shredder is terrible at using mutagen(P.S. am I the only one that finds Timothys mutation the scariest scene in the series?)

      Firstly, "ignite" means to catch on fire, though the point still stands. And I find that the absolute scariest scene (I find there to be very little scary in this show) is when Rat King removes his mask.

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    • only reason pulverizer ended up a giant blob is cause he was wearing the rubber suit


      the way i see it, the mutagen works different ways on different creature types

      4 humans, its direct contact w/ watever that person touches

      4 insects, it just makes them in2 a bigger, more ferocious version of their former being, like how chong was all focused on getting revenge since raph tried 2 smash him


      4 animals, it makes them in2 a bigger, more intelligent version of their former being, hence being able 2 talk

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    • i agree onehundred percent

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    • Ray cool wrote:
      you know did you notice that smoke when he puts his ands on the floor

      not smoke its steam due to his body becoming acid

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    • when a tentical came out I thought it was a mutant octopus. 

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    • At first I thought he was going to become a mutant slug due to his shape and color, but I saw his organs floating inside.

      I think he mutated into a blob because 1. he never touched an animal, plant, or fungus with his bare skin and 2. he fell into a puddle of mutagen, so the mutagen on his head reacted to the mutagen on the floor.

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    • GamerFromJump wrote:
      I figured either that:

      a) He got a "null" mutation based on only having contact with mutants or humans prior to mutating (it's been shown that mutant DNA doesn't trigger the ooze). OR

      b) He's a mutant bacterium, exposed to one from being pushed to a warehouse floor that's probably dirty. The way his organs are all suspended in his mass is similar to the way organelles are suspended in a bacterium.

      Seems legit.

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