So where exactly was TRON during TRON 2? Doug Exeter 09:54, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
- I wish I knew. In the scene where Ma3a and Jet are about to compile the Tron Legacy Code, the compiler asks, "Okay, so where's Tron?", to which Jet replies, "Uh, Tron is retired." So, that could mean anything. However, Tron was in Tron Killer App for the Gameboy Advance and that was a brand new storyline about Tron meeting Mercury and stuff. So I guess that's what happened to Tron during Tron 2.0 - Mr. Sinistar 20:01, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
- It's important to take into consideration other timelines. Assuming this follows the idealogoy expressed in TRON: Legacy or Uprising, after Flynn escaped the Grid, he created his own "digital utopia" in the basement of his arcade and moved TRON there. This is perhaps the easiest way to explain this, considering TRON 2.0 took place mostly in the ENCOM System (and Alan's laptop and a PDA), but never once touched Flynn's Grid. Incorporating Killer App, it's possible that those events occured in a different timeline, or long before TRON 2.0 (it's specified that Killer App takes place before 2.0, but never how long that time period was). David Eltz 20:07, June 5, 2013 (UTC)
At the End of Legacy, Tron Reboots, so that means.... Edit
That he didn't 'die', right? Otherwise he would have derezzed?
- Yeah I'm pretty sure that was the case so if there's a new sequel, I'm hoping he's in it!
- CorystaRose 18:37, December 19, 2010 (UTC)
I think it was cool how he has this power to illuminate hidden footprints (even though it was the Rinzler persona that demonstrated this).
Tron's ultimate fate Edit
We last see Tron sinking in the Sea of Simulation. I'm really curious about whether or not he'll derezz because in Tron: Betrayal the comic book, Clu poisoned the Sea of Simulation, which killed many ISOs and slowed their birth rate. Does the poison have the same effects on programs? Does that mean Tron will derezz? ARC Trooper Tal 03:52, July 2, 2011 (UTC)
- In TRON: Legacy, the ISO's came walking overland rather than surface from the Sea of Simulation. The movie therefore doesn't need to acknowledge any of the events in the comic book. Additionally, a long time has passed since the betrayal, so even if the sea was poisoned in the movie canon, I imagine it would have dissipated without a daily infusion to keep the toxicity up for all those years. -- WarBlade 05:07, July 2, 2011 (UTC)
- Oh. Ok. Thanks :) Good to hear because if there is going to be a Tron 3, I'd really want Tron to return as there's no point calling the series Tron if there's no Tron.