No clue, most likely just a (Nec.?) plot error? but I suppose there could be any number of "justifications" unknown to the viewer? Dif concentration of gas? greater amount / expossure? Malfunctioning mask? Perhaps the mask never actually worked that way in the first place... was it specifically explained that way? I dont remember.
Post by Dark Nightwing on May 22, 2006 20:55:50 GMT -5
Ok, I have watched both of those episodes just recently and I asked myself the same question to be perfectly honest. It can be assumed that because Scarecrow used his original mask with gas, that it did contain a gas mask. It did not have nostrils, therefore he would not have been able to inhale with that one. However, his new mask did have nostrils. Therefore I believe he could breath the free air with it. Because he did not use nearly as much gas after his initial appearance, it makes sense that he would have a more stylized and scary mask. That is just my observation of the two episodes.
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