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  • I mean..... I hated I hated with absolute passion how Dogpound Mutated into Rahzar! Rahzar is Awesome but did it really have to be Dogpound who mutated! I liked the feel when he and Fishface felt like the new Rocksteady and Bebop! Atleast now we have Zeck and Steranko but even then it still doesn't have the same feel! Oh well! At Least it didn't make me as angry as the Karai mutation! But I am stil angry about Dogpound being Rahzar!

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    • Knowing how much Bradford hated being Dogpound, I don't think so. Even if somehow he did change back to Dogpound, he might find the first mutagen (or retro-mutagen) he could find to change away from it.

      I mean, yeah, Dogpound had his memorable moments.

      Dogpound's pecs

      (Sorry, couldn't resist.)

      But he ultimately was not nearly as capable a fighter as Rahzar or human Bradford. Dogpound was big, slow, clumsy, and mainly good for brute force and unrefined mayhem—good if you're Bebop or Rocksteady, but not if you value yourself as ninja as Bradford does.

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    • Gilgameshkun wrote: Knowing how much Bradford hated being Dogpound, I don't think so. Even if somehow he did change back to Dogpound, he might find the first mutagen (or retro-mutagen) he could find to change away from it.

      I mean, yeah, Dogpound had his memorable moments.

      Dogpound's pecs

      (Sorry, couldn't resist.)

      But he ultimately was not nearly as capable a fighter as Rahzar or human Bradford. Dogpound was big, slow, clumsy, and mainly good for brute force and unrefined mayhem—good if you're Bebop or Rocksteady, but not if you value yourself as ninja as Bradford does.

      I know but there were times when Fishface were to be a bit clumsy like accidently biting his own tail in Booyaka-Showdown but he didn't turned into Tokka. I still wish Rahzar was just a different character from Chris Bradford because I really felt like Dogpound and Fishface were a good team! And having Rahzar and Fishface just feels a bit weird!

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    • If Rahzar ever get some retro-mutagen, would he turn back into Dogpound or straight into Bradford?

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    • Fernando Pandha wrote: If Rahzar ever get some retro-mutagen, would he turn back into Dogpound or straight into Bradford?

      Sorry for the late reply! Yes he would turn into Dogpound and then Rahzar

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    • MarioLuigiGCFan wrote:

      Fernando Pandha wrote: If Rahzar ever get some retro-mutagen, would he turn back into Dogpound or straight into Bradford?

      Sorry for the late reply! Yes he would turn into Dogpound and then Rahzar

      He meant if he found the retro-mutagen and used on himself, would he change back into Dogpound or all the way back into human form?

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    • Vgiannell5 wrote:

      MarioLuigiGCFan wrote:

      Fernando Pandha wrote: If Rahzar ever get some retro-mutagen, would he turn back into Dogpound or straight into Bradford?

      Sorry for the late reply! Yes he would turn into Dogpound and then Rahzar

      He meant if he found the retro-mutagen and used on himself, would he change back into Dogpound or all the way back into human form?

      Nope straight into Rahzar

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    • MarioLuigiGCFan wrote:

      Vgiannell5 wrote:

      MarioLuigiGCFan wrote:

      Fernando Pandha wrote: If Rahzar ever get some retro-mutagen, would he turn back into Dogpound or straight into Bradford?

      Sorry for the late reply! Yes he would turn into Dogpound and then Rahzar

      He meant if he found the retro-mutagen and used on himself, would he change back into Dogpound or all the way back into human form?

      Nope straight into Rahzar

      I mean Dogpound

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    • I wonder if somebody else is gonna double-mutate. Hey, maybe Splinter! Like in Image comics, he mutates again into a bat. It would make an awesome story arc

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    • And when you consider that Kraang Prime revealed that humans themselves were Kraang-made mutagen mutations in the distant prehistoric past, that makes Bradford a triple mutation.

      ...oh wait, no, he was born a human. Which raises the question—if someone is born of mutant parents, does that make the children mutants too, or are they "normal" from the point of birth? Semantics, semantics. :)

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    • April was born as a mutant/alien hybrid because of her great-grandfather.

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    • Which muddles the question even further. :) If all humans are already Kraang-made mutants above and beyond natural mutation, they can all be considered primary mutations. This would make April and some of her family secondary mutations, and Bradford a tertiary mutation.

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    • Maybe Kraang Prime was lying? I mean, the Kraang's credability is questionable.....

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