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Golden Compass

Maybe I've been around furries too long, I kept thinking naughty thoughts throughout the whole movie.

Like, if Dæmons can shapeshift while a person is young, can they change into any species?  How about an anthropomorphic creature?  Can they change at will?  Or at the child's will?  Is there a size limitation?

Could a curious teenager have their Dæmon change into some kind of anthro sex toy?

Would having sex with a Dæmon be considered bestiality?  They're not really animals, but rather an animal-shaped manifestation of one's soul, intelligent and able to speak the Queen's English.  Would there be some sort of cultural taboo against having sex with your own Dæmon?

Do Dæmons have sex with other Dæmons?  And can they bear young?  If a human has a child, a Dæmon is somehow formed along with the baby, so would a Dæmon baby spawn a human?

If Dæmons and humans can feel what happens to the other, what happens during sex?  Would a human experience an orgasm because his dog-Dæmon was humping his leg?  And what would happen if a human and Dæmon had sex with each other?  Some kind of super-orgasm?




Obviously there are non-Dæmon animals, since we see Iorek Byrnison eating meat at one point.  So how can you be sure that the creature you're about to kill isn't a Dæmon, which would result in the death of the linked human?




I didn't know bears could teleport.


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altivo
Dec. 9th, 2007 01:27 am (UTC)
Seems that, as usual, turning a good book into a movie has left out so much that the whole story is destroyed. Many of your questions are answered in the book.
deffox
Dec. 9th, 2007 03:44 am (UTC)
I guess until the questions are answered we'll just have to have naughty thoughts about the Dæmons. ;-)
altivo
Dec. 9th, 2007 04:08 am (UTC)
It causes excruciating pain if a person touches the daemon of another person. Likewise, if daemons of two unrelated people fight or even touch.

Those who have daemons (the only ones considered to be immortal souls by the church) cannot bear to be separated from their daemon by more than a few dozen feet.

Daemons do not take on the form of any mythical beasts, nor do they generally imitate other than one of a small list of creatures whose appearances match their natural counterpart very closely.
deffox
Dec. 9th, 2007 04:16 am (UTC)
It was only $13.50 to get the trilogy from Amazon. So I just ordered a set.
dakhun
Dec. 9th, 2007 03:44 am (UTC)
Well, if I had a kitty dæmon constantly with me and talking to me and cuddling me, I could probably tell you the answer to all those questions. ;-)
(and I wouldn't even need to consult the magic compass to find out, either!)

Edited at 2007-12-09 03:55 am (UTC)
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