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In TRON: UprisingEdit
Black Guards seem not nearly as efficient in TRON: Uprising than in TRON: Legacy. In Legacy, they were practically unbeatable. In Uprising, even the likes of Rilo could defeat them! Jeyo 06:30, June 14, 2012 (UTC)
- I agree. In TRON: Evolution and Legacy, the Black Guards were much like the commandos of the TRON Universe, but when Uprising comes around, Black Guards become unskilled, expendable lackies that CLU and Tessler throw at their enemies. But, although it is little known, much in TRON: Uprising is considered non-canonical. Elite Predator 227 06:31, June 18, 2012 (UTC)
- Well, the canonicity is debatable. Jeyo 06:37, June 18, 2012 (UTC)
Battle Grids Edit
Re the Black Guards' appearances in TRON Evolution: Battle Grids, I don't know enough about the game to insert the information myself, but it is certainly set before 1989, since Zuse is still an ally of Tron and the player character is an ISO (tapped by Zuse and Tron to try to become the first ISO champion in the Games). Canonicity, however, is even more debatable than that of Uprising; for one thing, the player character learns to fight by training with Tron... and derezzing him multiple times. --Infiniteviking (talk) 06:43, December 9, 2012 (UTC)