Originally posted by BlackWolfgrnla.inc:i found out now he was in the corner in the room of the turret opra but i could be wrong it wmay be a franken turret
Originally posted by Pinhead:Originally posted by PK Port_A_Build:He was alive in Portal 2. He was sending messages and drawing murals and such. Originally posted by BlackWolfgrnla.inc:i know The broadcast radios are only part of a promotional advertisement of Portal 2 nothing more. Are not relevant with the story at all. These transmissions are morse code and SSTV signals. In any case, these signals are automatic and come more from Aperture Sicence than from Doug. Therefore Doug don't need be alive to permit that these signals can continue transmitting.On the other hand, all the murals were done before Portal 2Check the comic and start thinking and find info about the radios on internet. If you don´t believe me.The broadcast radio from Portal 2 is a SSTV signal that explains the promotional advertisment. But, in your favor, there are other signal where you can see a companion cube at the Moon. And in your favor, I can say too that, maybe, Aperture was asking for help like an emergency protocol. In any case is Aperture not Doug, in any case, all this, is automatic not manually. This info came from one morse code. So still being ambigous the destiny of Doug like you see.
Originally posted by PK Port_A_Build:He was alive in Portal 2. He was sending messages and drawing murals and such.
Originally posted by BlackWolfgrnla.inc:i know
Originally posted by the Portaller:"He's STILL ALIVE!Look, do any of you remeber the first Rattman den you come across in portal 2? The one with the Portal Gun in it? Well (and you can even replay that level to find out) if you look up after you grab the Portal Gun, you'll see a mural with the cycles of the moon. This is a refrence to the fact that the Portal Gun can shoot a Portal to the moon, as done at the end of the game. And since it's obvious that Rattman knew this, after his rest in that pod, he went back to that mural room, found the Portal Gun, fired a Portal to the moon, but somehow left the Portal Gun in Aperture. Leaving himself stranded on the moon (wouldn't have helped much anyway since you can really fire a Portal on anything else but moon rock)."No, the portal would have sucked everything around it violently into spacelike it did at the end of the game. Rattman was obviously obsessed with Luna, but it is highly improbable that he actually got there. And if he did get to Luna, he's dead because he most likely didn't have a spacesuit on. Even if he did, he probably didn't bring enough air. Sorry about the quotation marks, the tags weren't working.
Originally posted by Fat-Man:Its Unknown.