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It is possible to create guns, walls, etc. in a dream. So, why is it so difficult for the team members to deal with the agents of Fischer's subconcious mind?

They're trying not to alert Fischer to the fact that they're performing an Inception on him. Altering the dreamworld makes the subconscious agents more and more aggressive, as explained when Cobb and Ariadne first enter a dream together. Significantly and continually altering the dreamworld would risk ruining the entire Inception on Fischer.

Val asked the question 2010-08-10 10:40:15 UTC view / hide
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