History Characters / MarbleHornets

10th Mar '18 11:06:17 AM nombretomado
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5th Mar '18 8:23:00 AM rastanley
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->'''Tim:''' You knew about for three years and you never said a thing!

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->'''Tim:''' --->'''Tim:''' You knew about for three years and you never said a thing!
5th Mar '18 8:22:21 AM rastanley
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** To sum it up, this quote from Entry #59 doesn't age well for Tim:
->'''Tim:''' You knew about for three years and you never said a thing!
5th Mar '18 8:14:47 AM rastanley
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** JerkassHasAPoint: Entry #85 shows us that the first time Alex noticed distortion effects on his camcorder was [[spoiler: the night after the Marble Hornets auditions, where he met Tim for the first time.]] This lends A LOT of weight to Alex's argument that [[spoiler: it's Tim's fault that The Operator started following Alex and the others, and that he is the source of The Operator "spreading."]].
4th Mar '18 10:11:28 PM rastanley
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* IdiotBall: Tim's decision to [[spoiler: upload Jay's location to YouTube after leaving him behind, tied up in Tim's house]], even after it's been established that the characters in Marble Hornets [[spoiler: know that other characters can watch the Entries on YouTube to track them]], can only be explained by this.
15th Jan '18 1:35:40 AM bt8257
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* HeroAntagonist: By Entry #77. [[spoiler:Tim continues to pursue both Alex and the Operator even as Jay becomes more and more unhinged, to the point of coming after Tim himself. Then he reverts to the sole protagonist after Jay's death in Entry #80.]]

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* HeroAntagonist: By Entry #77. [[spoiler:Tim continues to pursue both Alex and the Operator even as Jay becomes more and more unhinged, to the point of coming going after Tim himself. Then he reverts to the sole protagonist after Jay's death in Entry #80.]]
15th Jan '18 1:31:17 AM bt8257
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* TheDragon: Given the conclusion of season 2, [[spoiler:evidence suggests he may be working for the Operator. It turns out he's working ''against'' the operator by trying to kill everyone connected to him to save the rest of the world from him - but instead only ends up making him more powerful]].

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* TheDragon: Given the conclusion of season 2, [[spoiler:evidence suggests he may be working for the Operator. It turns out he's working ''against'' the operator Operator by trying to kill everyone connected to him to save the rest of the world from him - but instead only ends up making him more powerful]].



* ForYourOwnGood / YouAreNotReady: [[spoiler:His justification for hiding the tape from Jay in Entry #75.]]

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* ForYourOwnGood / YouAreNotReady: ForYourOwnGood[=/=]YouAreNotReady: [[spoiler:His justification for hiding the tape from Jay in Entry #75.]]
15th Jan '18 1:25:44 AM bt8257
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* VideoWill: Jay gives a spoken monologue of his thoughts on all the events leading up to point at the start of Entry #52, just in case something happens when [[spoiler:he follows Alex into the Rosswood Park]].

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* VideoWill: Jay gives a spoken monologue of his thoughts on all the events leading up to point at the start of Entry #52, just in case something happens when [[spoiler:he follows Alex into the Rosswood Park]].
15th Jan '18 1:23:30 AM bt8257
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* DivergentCharacterEvolution: In Season 1, there was little difference between characterisations of Jay and Alex. This changed with Jay's Character Development and season 2's reveal that [[spoiler:Alex is evil]]. The writers themselves said they wanted to flesh out the characters to give more of a distinction between them, and to help tell some more interesting stories.

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* DivergentCharacterEvolution: In Season 1, there was little difference between characterisations of Jay and Alex. This changed with Jay's Character Development CharacterDevelopment and season 2's reveal that [[spoiler:Alex is evil]]. The writers themselves said they wanted to flesh out the characters to give more of a distinction between them, and to help tell some more interesting stories.
5th Jan '18 9:00:32 PM bt8257
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%% * ActionSurvivor
%% * ApologeticAttacker: To [[spoiler:Jessica]] in Entry #76.



%% * DeathGlare:
%% ** Entry #47. The rage on his face is palpable.
%% ** Entry #67 as well.



** JerkassWithAHeartOfGold: Before the Operator started getting to him. He could be unpleasant and rather insufferable about his own talents, but his consideration for Tim (who had never acted before) in his production blog shows him to have been this:

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** JerkassWithAHeartOfGold: JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Before the Operator started getting to him. He could be unpleasant and rather insufferable about his own talents, but his consideration for Tim (who had never acted before) in his production blog shows him to have been this:



* MeanCharacterNiceActor: While Alex is [[ManipulativeBastard manipulative]] and [[AxCrazy psychotic]], Joseph Delage is rather closer to {{Adorkable}}.

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* MeanCharacterNiceActor: While Alex is [[ManipulativeBastard manipulative]] {{manipulative|Bastard}} and [[AxCrazy psychotic]], Joseph Delage is rather closer to {{Adorkable}}.



* NeverMyFault: Comes off this way when [[spoiler: he tries (and possibly succeeds) killing Jessica in Entry 76.]] He continues to insist "this is all Jay's fault," even though we know he was [[spoiler:killing people in order to tie up loose ends.]]

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* NeverMyFault: Comes off this way when [[spoiler: he tries (and possibly succeeds) killing Jessica in Entry 76.]] He continues to insist "this is all Jay's fault," fault", even though we know he was [[spoiler:killing people in order to tie up loose ends.]]



* PosthumousCharacter: [[spoiler:{{Subverted}} in Entry #26, where he is shown to be alive and well, becoming a major recurring character in Season 2. {{Subverted}} yet again in Entry #64 after his fate was left ambiguous at the end of season 2.]]

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* PosthumousCharacter: [[spoiler:{{Subverted}} [[spoiler:{{Subverted|Trope}} in Entry #26, where he is shown to be alive and well, becoming a major recurring character in Season 2. {{Subverted}} yet again in Entry #64 after his fate was left ambiguous at the end of season 2.]]



* RedOniBlueOni: The Red Oni to Jay's Blue in Season 2. Alex has been shown to be the one taking initiative and being more hot-tempered and violent than Jay.

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* RedOniBlueOni: The Red Oni to Jay's Blue in Season 2. Alex has been shown to be the one taking initiative and being more hot-tempered and violent than Jay.



* TookALevelInBadass: As of Season 2. He's no longer as passive or scared as he was in the first season. He's also much more assertive/aggressive, though possibly to the point of AxeCrazy, as seen when [[spoiler: he breaks Tim's leg with a block of cement, which he does only ''after'' Jay refuses to give him a knife]].
** TookALevelInJerkAss: Subsequently, he's become ruder, more patronizing and more secretive towards Jay. Also ties in with the above examples of heightened aggression and violence.

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* TookALevelInBadass: As of Season 2. He's no longer as passive or scared as he was in the first season. He's also much more assertive/aggressive, though possibly to the point of AxeCrazy, AxCrazy, as seen when [[spoiler: he breaks Tim's leg with a block of cement, which he does only ''after'' Jay refuses to give him a knife]].
** TookALevelInJerkAss: TookALevelInJerkass: Subsequently, he's become ruder, more patronizing and more secretive towards Jay. Also ties in with the above examples of heightened aggression and violence.



* {{Hypocrite}}: [[JerkassHasApoint Though he does raise a lot of good points]] in Entry #59, he blames Jay for [[spoiler:Jessica's disappearance]] after the latter claims Alex was behind it, saying he has no evidence to back that up. However, Tim in turn attributes all blame to his own actions [[spoiler:as Masky]] to Alex as well, despite not having any real evidence on that either.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: [[JerkassHasApoint [[JerkassHasAPoint Though he does raise a lot of good points]] in Entry #59, he blames Jay for [[spoiler:Jessica's disappearance]] after the latter claims Alex was behind it, saying he has no evidence to back that up. However, Tim in turn attributes all blame to his own actions [[spoiler:as Masky]] to Alex as well, despite not having any real evidence on that either.
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