What does this part "More complex and powerful constructs take more time to create. An incomplete construct is essentially worthless." mean?
- The first sentence makes sense. The last...just seems weird. But it's true. At least pre-death, large and more intricate constructs took more time for him to create.
- --GrnMarvl14 03:03, March 9, 2010 (UTC)
- I looked at it a little more closely - the sentence is mainly in the wrong place -- lemme see ...
I removed: "Quasar was unable to use his bands when the Anomaly-powered Maelstrom used a form or kinetic/inertial control to keep him from moving." as it is false.
Quasar used the bands just fine as Maelstrom held him motionless. Maelstrom's control over kinetic energy however, caused any use of energy to be countered. As an example: In issue #21 of Quasar. As Quasar fired a blast of energy at him, Maelstrom simply arced the energy blast around him. Just because Quasar did not attempt to use the bands as he was motionless, after that does not mean he could not. Indeed, there was no point in further attacking Maelstrom by that means given the prior example. Correlation does not imply causation. Satyrquaze (talk) 19:46, January 24, 2013 (UTC)
Being of pure Energy
Hi, you´re Infobox on Quasar is a bit confusing. In the column Unusuaol featuers it is mentioned that he was formerly a being of pure energy. In the Origin column it is stated that he is a being of pure energy. So I don´t know his comics and now I'm wondering what is right.--A-f-s002 (talk) 11:17, August 10, 2014 (UTC)