True prerecorded messages have their limits, but when your a powerful wizard, you can leave a message that will adapt to the situation and give information as necessary. Kind of like Dr. Light's capsules in Mega Man X.
Yea, that was kinda creepy, honestly.
I thought it was like that alien in the first episode of Stargate, they thought it was a prerecorded message, but then it started responding to them. Its been a long time since I saw it, so I'm not sure if it had AI software or that it was a real alien talking on some kind of interstellar long distance line though.
My reaction would be "!" when he responded.
I thought that's what happened in the last comic. Well I guess it did, he did pause when she spoke and answered her question after all.
I immediately came up with a theory for it but didn't feel like logging in at the time. Unfortunately my theory is apparently wrong since Ryan says that the prerecorded message adapts and in my theory it is an actual prerecorded message with no adapting but he knew exactly what was going to be said when he made the message due to time travel. I wonder which one would be easier for him to do.
A prerecorded message having a full and interactive conversation due to time travel... I think BBC has copy righted that for Doctor Who.
Yeah, something similiar in Doctor Who, but that was becfause he knew the whole convesation before. In this case it's adapting. If I was her I wouldn't of questioned it, and just treated the responce as a normal thing.
Incidently, this feels more like an echo of the person rather than a true 'recording'. That would explain the responce.
It should be "The Titans Part 21"
it's just like the Doctor Who episode, Blink.