What I meant was that he implied that Tex had her own body (a robotic body like Church's), and it had been said that the Director may have been "training" Carolina to "harbor" Tex's mind. I thought it had been mentioned that someone didn't understand that theory, and therefore I posed my question.
I argee. Tex came when the Alpha was created. The memory was so great in the Director's head, that it created Tex. Tex and Carolina are very similar. The Director could have very easily been training Carolina to accept the two AI's. He may have known that it would have drive her crazy and then he could insert Tex into the body where the brain has gone dead, Tex could be implanted, like any other AI, but with there being no other consciness (i know i spelt that wrong) Tex could have complete control. Tex would have a human body.
That really depends on which Tex you're asking us about. The original? Hell, yes; it's likely that she even knew she was an AI at the start of Blood Gulch Chronicles (she may have even suspected that Church was the Alpha Remnant). The Epsilon echo of Tex, however, probably only knew what Epsilon knew. That's why she had to talk to the other Reds and Blues in Revelation to get up-to-speed.
I prefer to think of it as being that 49 is the maximum number. However, there may not have been that number of acceptable candidates... or that number of trainees who got through advanced training. There could have been up to 49, but I suspect that there were actually much fewer and that number went down even more with deaths from 'training accidents' as with Utah and Georgia.
Burnie said that the series is currently focussing on only a small group of Freelancers, but Burnie has stated many times the rest of the 49 Freelancers do exist and some of their stories might be addressed in the future.
Didn't 'Tex" in the first season have a different state as her callsign? I could have sworn that Church had to explain to Caboose that she was called 'Tex' because she was from Texas.
However, later on in Season One (I think) when Tucker asked about the Freelancers, she said that there were 49 and they were all named after a state. He then asks what hers was and she said sarcastically "Nevada" obviously calling him an idiot for not putting 2 and 2 together and realising that "Tex" was short for "Texas"
I think the only question (other than things about the blue freelancer) that I have now would be this: I remember that during the episode where it was Tex vs all in a training room, somebody said "who's that?" and somebody else called her agent texas. Carolina responded by saying "I thought that name was restricted". Why was the name Texas restricted?
What I don't really understand is this: with the previous statement that the Director may have been training Carolina to be a host body for Allison's mind, then why would he play favorites with her? You can obviously see that it bothers Carolina when she sees Tex put at the top of the leaderboard, so why in hell would Carolina ever trust him? It seemed to me like he was almost inviting her eventual decision to kill him.
I think that he was playing mind-games with her in an attempt to make her trust him implicitly and be willing to do anything to please him. By making her dependent and subservient to him (and one of the ways one does that is by flip-flopping from intimate kindness to cold hostility and even open abuse), she would not question when he starts the experiments, allegedly to make her stronger and worthy, that were in fact intended to leave Tex in charge of her body.
So I've been into the Freelancer thing since they came out with it. So there are 49 freelancers (poor, poor Florida) but we have only been introduced to a handful of them. I mean really one of the few even mentioned that has not been shown is Utah, who had a training accident. I would really like to see more of the freelancers, especially California (from Cali if you can't guess). I do understand that putting more in would mean more voices and CGI but I think the expansion of the story even more would be amazing. I mean the expansion they are doing now is so incredible but I want more so much more. What are you guys take on this?
So im realy confused about which freelancers are dead and wich ones are alive. I think the rvb team should make a video explaining this and put every body upto date with freelancers and if the director is still alive.
Utah - Dead, enhancement malfunction Georgia - Gone, jetpack related incident Connecticut - Dead, killed by Texas York - Dead, shot by Wyoming North Dakota - Dead, put in a position to be killed by South Dakota Wyoming - Dead, eliminated by the Blood Gulch crew South Dakota - Dead, shot by Washington Texas - Gone, disappeared in the EMP Maine - Gone, fell off cliff
Tex's robot body was killed by maine when she fought wash and maine (place where maine fell off the cliff), she was then trapped in the epsilon unit, and epsilon itself (church) forgot yex. there for she is gone..
Tex and Omega were captured by the Meta at Valhalla. She is clearly visible in the climax of Reconstruction as one of the Meta's AI. Go back and watch Chapter 19 of Reconstruction if you don't believe me. It was even confirmed by RT that Tex was captured by the Meta, so this matter isn't up for debate.
Epsilon and Caboose found a black robot body in the Freelancer Off-Site Storage Facility, and they installed Epsilon-Tex's programming into the robot body. However, Epsilon clearly states that Epsilon-Tex is a memory E-fragment that he segregated from himself because he needed to get her out of his head. She was not really Tex.