It may not be an accepted theory, but I remember (from some years ago) that Orz always refers to itself a single entity. Would anyone mind if I change all the self references here to singular forms?
- Seems like a good idea. It would make sense to elaborate on this fact in the article too. Also, it may be possible that there are other entities of its kind. - SvdB 23:02, 5 Oct 2004 (CEST)
It is not true that Orz always refer to themselves/itself as a single entity: "Who are you? You are not Orz We are Orz! Orz are happy *people energy* from the outside." I don't object to referring to Orz in singular in the article, I'm just pointing out that they don't always refer to themselves singularly. Although I haven't seen them refer to themselves as "the Orz" (like a species), only "Orz" (like a name for a person).
I'd say that only one thing is really known about Orz: it's very difficult to understand them :) And this music is totally bonkers! --Jacius 03:50, 25 Oct 2004 (CEST)
Whoever 188.8.131.52 is, that last edit for Orz was awesome! Much clearer. It's they way I was going to make it if I had had the time.
Mmrnmhrm 17:04, 7 Oct 2004 (CEST)
I'm going to add a bit about how Orz enjoy TrueSpace, perhaps more than where they came from. My evidence for this is the following bit of speech:
- Who are you? You are not Orz! We are Orz! Orz are happy *people energy* from the outside.
- Inside is good. So much good that Orz will always *germinate*.
Presumably, if Orz came from "Subspace" or whatnot and is now in Truespace, Subspace is "outside" and Truespace is "inside". So, Truespace is good. So good, in fact, that the Orz will *germinate* (transport/project to Truespace? reproduce in Truespace?).
If you want to add evidence for this or other stuff in this "Evidence" section, go ahead.