History Fridge / DannyPhantom

12th Sep '16 3:47:45 PM Hatari05
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** Yeah, but who says the ghosts are all from the ''same'' dimension?

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** Yeah, but who says the ghosts are all from the ''same'' dimension?dimension?

This troper realized something that puts a whole new terrifying spin on Spectra that I'm honestly shocked hasn't been brought up yet.

Spectra being a psychiatrist going from school to school deliberately picking at teenagers personal issues has a lot of dark places one could go to especially since her plan involving jazz (which was straight up murder all to crush everyone's spirit) raises some very dark possibilities, what do many teenagers sometimes do when they can't escape their misery?

This brings up an even more horrifying question what if the teenager spectra is tearing away at has a fear of their family not loving them, or their friends not caring? Picture it spectra convincing someone no one loves them, how many suicides did spectra likely cause and not just cause but revel in? I think we might have another candidate for complete monster in this show.
17th Aug '16 6:19:23 PM Gagaga_Madness
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* In the fight with SkulTech, when they use the weapon that shorts out Danny's powers, Technus claims that it doesn't work on "their" Phantom. At first you think it's because Future Danny is just too powerful for such an attack to work. After seeing Danny fall from the sky after a second blast, though, I realized it wasn't just that; the weapon takes Danny's powers away by ''forcing him to revert to his human form''...of which Future Danny has none! Of course the weapon didn't work on him, it was designed for use on ''half'' ghosts!

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* In the fight with SkulTech, [=SkullTech=], when they use the weapon that shorts out Danny's powers, Technus claims that it doesn't work on "their" Phantom. At first you think it's because Future Danny is just too powerful for such an attack to work. After seeing Danny fall from the sky after a second blast, though, I realized it wasn't just that; the weapon takes Danny's powers away by ''forcing him to revert to his human form''...of which Future Danny has none! Of course the weapon didn't work on him, it was designed for use on ''half'' ghosts!
16th Jul '16 6:18:48 PM Ibrahim77X
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* In WesternAnimation/RealityTrip , the trio heads to Goth-A-Palooza only to find that it's been turned into a [[TastesLikeDiabetes teddy bear land]] due to the influence of the [[{{MacGuffin}} Gem of Form]]. Sam rips a teddy's head off out of frustration. Once the gem is removed from the area, the teddy bears turn back into goth people. ''Doesn't that mean that Sam decapitated an innocent person offscreen?''
6th Jan '16 10:52:07 AM firefox92
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** Interesting theory. Now that I think about it, this could be Dark Danny's entire motivation for his evil acts. Remember he was created after Danny loses everything that mattered to him (his friends and family). So in an odd way, maybe Dark Danny is trying to make everyone know his pain, sort of like "if I am going to be miserable than no one else deserves to be happy". Skulktech even points out that Danny is responsible for causing the same misery and pain to everyone he knew just as much as he probably felt after losing his family. And maybe he doesn't want Clockwork or Danny changing his past because that would mean the return of his human conscience (and having to deal with the guilt of his actions) and the fact he probably feels he's too far gone for anything to change anyway.
1st Jan '16 7:03:16 PM firefox92
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*** That actually makes sense. This just gave me a thought. What if the Ghost Zone is the Phantom verse's version of Purgatory? Maybe ghosts like Desiree, Poindexter, and Ember are all in Purgatory and unable to move on (yet) to (Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation/etc.).



** After reading these theories, this troper has another thought, especially based on the second theory. What if the Ghost Zone is the Phantom verse's version of Purgatory? Maybe ghosts like Desiree, Poindexter, and Ember are all in Purgatory and unable to move on (yet) to (Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation/etc.).
1st Jan '16 7:01:34 PM firefox92
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** After reading these theories, this troper has another thought, especially based on the second theory. What if the Ghost Zone is the Phantom verse's version of Purgatory? Maybe ghosts like Desiree, Poindexter, and Ember are all in Purgatory and unable to move on (yet) to (Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation whatever your spiritual belief).

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** After reading these theories, this troper has another thought, especially based on the second theory. What if the Ghost Zone is the Phantom verse's version of Purgatory? Maybe ghosts like Desiree, Poindexter, and Ember are all in Purgatory and unable to move on (yet) to (Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation whatever your spiritual belief).(Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation/etc.).
1st Jan '16 7:01:05 PM firefox92
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** After reading these theories, this troper has another thought, especially based on the second theory. What if the Ghost Zone is the Phantom verse's idea of Purgatory? Maybe ghosts like Desiree, Poindexter, and Ember are all in Purgatory and unable to move on (yet) to (Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation whatever your spiritual belief).

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** After reading these theories, this troper has another thought, especially based on the second theory. What if the Ghost Zone is the Phantom verse's idea version of Purgatory? Maybe ghosts like Desiree, Poindexter, and Ember are all in Purgatory and unable to move on (yet) to (Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation whatever your spiritual belief).
1st Jan '16 7:00:17 PM firefox92
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** After reading these theories, this troper has another thought, especially based on the second theory. What if the Ghost Zone is the Phantom verse's idea of Purgatory or "the place of inbetween"? Maybe ghosts like Desiree, Poindexter, and Ember are all in Purgatory and unable to move on (yet) to (Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation whatever your spiritual belief).

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** After reading these theories, this troper has another thought, especially based on the second theory. What if the Ghost Zone is the Phantom verse's idea of Purgatory or "the place of inbetween"? Purgatory? Maybe ghosts like Desiree, Poindexter, and Ember are all in Purgatory and unable to move on (yet) to (Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation whatever your spiritual belief).
1st Jan '16 6:59:13 PM firefox92
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**After reading these theories, this troper has another thought, especially based on the second theory. What if the Ghost Zone is the Phantom verse's idea of Purgatory or "the place of inbetween"? Maybe ghosts like Desiree, Poindexter, and Ember are all in Purgatory and unable to move on (yet) to (Heaven/Hell/afterlife/reincarnation whatever your spiritual belief).
19th Nov '15 5:08:00 PM ambiguousCase
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* In the fight with SkulTech, when they use the weapon that shorts out Danny's powers, Technus claims that it doesn't work on "their" Phantom. At first you think it's because Future Danny is just too powerful for such an attack to work. After seeing Danny fall from the sky after a second blast, though, I realized it wasn't just that; the weapon takes Danny's powers away by ''forcing him to revert to his human form''...of which Future Danny has none! Of course the weapon didn't work on him, it was designed for use on ''half'' ghosts!
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