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  1. Thank you for this!

  2. I do not agree that Roy spares Deckard´s life because he developed high human emotions and “he decided to protect life rather than kill again”. I think Roy did it because, in the final moments of his life, he found in Deckard someone similar to him, a brave, good looking man fighting to the end for his life. As opposed to Sebastian and Tyrell who were weak, not good looking and certainly were not fighters, and he killed them with no mercy. Roy found in Deckard some part of himself and decided to save it, he was egocentric not generous.

  3. If replicants have implanted memories how could Deckard have a memory of a unicorn, a fictional beast. Day dreams are not memories.

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