History Fridge / DeadlyPremonition

19th Jun '16 11:31:29 AM catmuto
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** Harry explains things somewhat. [[spoiler:The military arrived the next day and issued a gag order. Nobody was allowed to mention what had occured and the surviving townspeople followed that order. The townspeople began to stay inside when it rains, likely a safety mechanism, in case something like the massacre happened again on a rainy day. Nothing was mentioned to the children or grandchildren, leaving only the tradition of staying inside on rainy days to remain. And the Raincoat Killer becoming a folklore.]] Simply put, those that remembered never mentioned it and the people born after were never told.
16th Apr '16 3:37:49 PM fedemachado96
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** He and Zach didn't exactly like the same bands, but they both dislike the Sex Pistols. York never actually explains why, but here's a possible theory; what was their lead singer's claim to infamy? [[spoiler:Allegedly killing his wife]]. Probably hits too close to home for York.

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** He and Zach didn't exactly like the same bands, but they both dislike the Sex Pistols. York never actually explains why, but here's a possible theory; what was their lead singer's bassist's claim to infamy? [[spoiler:Allegedly killing his wife]]. Probably hits too close to home for York.
23rd Mar '16 7:25:40 AM catmuto
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* How come Greenvale is still inhabited? [[spoiler:Given how Harry remembers the incident with the [[HatePlague purple fog]], why would anyone willingly remain in a location where not only a massacre has occured, but is also full of poisoned soil? Certainly, the military and government hushed it up, but what about the kids? Wouldn't they remember? And Harry keeps making mention to the people to not leave during rainy days because of the fog. Why hasn't the place been abandoned? Harry has money, can't he just relocated everyone and give some hokey reason? Maybe even go so far as to tell the government that, if they don't agree to this sudden relocation of an entire (albeit small) town population, he will reveal the entire purple fog mess?]]
18th Mar '16 1:15:39 PM catmuto
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* It's pointed out subtly several times in the game that Greenvale has a lot of stuff in it (art gallery, big fancy hotel, sawmill, two bars...) despite being a relatively quiet small town. This is foreshadowing [[spoiler:that Greenvale used to have a larger population that was killed off by Kasen's experiment.]]

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* It's pointed out subtly several times in the game that Greenvale has a lot of stuff in it (art gallery, big fancy hotel, sawmill, two bars...) despite being a relatively quiet small town. This is foreshadowing [[spoiler:that Greenvale used to have a larger population that was killed off by Kasen's experiment.]]experiment]].
** Not much brilliance, since a mandtory scene with Polly early on states that [[spoiler:Greenvale used to be much larger and have a population of over 6.000 people]].




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* Part of the opening cutscene shows several people reacting to the news of Anna's death, including her mother, best friend and other villagers somewhat close to her. Some chapters into the game, York is investigating the Tree of Anna and notes the presence of a third party and them having taken whatever Anna was clasping tightly in her hand, prior to her death. [[spoiler:In hindsight, the player realizes that Becky was shown holding up a pendant with the upside-down peace sign in the opening, indicating that she was the third party.]]



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7th Jul '15 1:47:44 AM KamenZero
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** [[spoiler: Emily also exercises regularly while at home. You can peek in her windows while she is home and occasionally find her exercising in front of the mirror or on an exercise bike.]]
30th Jun '15 7:45:53 PM timotaka
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* Keep an eye on the nameless background people through the game. They start out looking normal, but as time goes on, more and more of them will have pale skin and dark rings around the eyes, making them look like the Shadows.
30th Jun '15 7:00:41 PM timotaka
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* WordOfGod stating that [[spoiler:Willie]] is in fact TheManBehindTheMan as [[[[spoiler:Kaysen's connection to the Red World]] gives a whole new meaning to plenty of things. To name a couple:

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* WordOfGod stating that [[spoiler:Willie]] is in fact TheManBehindTheMan as [[[[spoiler:Kaysen's [[spoiler:Kaysen's connection to the Red World]] gives a whole new meaning to plenty of things. To name a couple:
30th Jun '15 7:00:24 PM timotaka
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* WordOfGod stating that [[spoiler:Willie]] is in fact TheManBehindTheMan as [[[[spoiler:Kaysen's connection to the Red World]] gives a whole new meaning to plenty of things. To name a couple:
** [[spoiler:When Willie is tracking York with Emily and Kaysen in tow, Kaysen chats about how he feels like dogs are wiser than humans, and if humans were wiped off the face of the Earth, dogs would keep on going.]]
** [[spoiler:When Thomas is holding York in the clock tower, the last thing he says to York is that the next person who comes in through the door will decide his fate. And that is not Emily or Thomas, but Willie.]]
13th Jun '15 8:06:40 PM Matt620
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* [[spoiler: George]] completed the New Raincoat Killer ritual and turned into a powerful monster, yet he still had a weakness [[spoiler: with his scars]]. One could perhaps draw the conclusion that it was never meant to succeed, but there is another possibility: One of the components of the rituals is that the sacrifice must not speak while they are being killed. [[spoiler: George]] cut out tongues in order to do this, but several of the victims spoke as they were dying: [[spoiler: Becky]] was mumbling gibberish, but [[spoiler: both Diane and Carol spoke words.]] The ritual wasn't down correctly, so it didn't work.
10th Jan '15 3:02:48 PM urielzet
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* During the autopsy scene, when York finds out that Emily was watching a movie on TV the night of the murder, he grinds his investigative questioning to a halt to ask her what it was and then rattle off the year and director before moving on. Seems like just another case of [[PopCulturedBadass York]] [[CloudCuckoolander being York]], until you poke around Emily's house and car and realize something about her: [[spoiler: She's just as huge a film buff as he is. This seemingly-innocuous moment is probably when she starts to fall for him, because she realizes that they actually have something in common.]]

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* During the autopsy scene, when York finds out that Emily was watching a movie on TV the night of the murder, he grinds his investigative questioning to a halt to ask her what it was and then rattle off the year and director before moving on. Seems like just another case of [[PopCulturedBadass York]] [[CloudCuckoolander being York]], until you poke around Emily's house and car (with a particularly telling vanity plate) and realize something about her: [[spoiler: She's just as huge a film buff as he is. This seemingly-innocuous moment is probably when she starts to fall for him, because she realizes that they actually have something in common.]] ]]




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* A couple of realizations concerning York's love of punk:
** He and Zach didn't exactly like the same bands, but they both dislike the Sex Pistols. York never actually explains why, but here's a possible theory; what was their lead singer's claim to infamy? [[spoiler:Allegedly killing his wife]]. Probably hits too close to home for York.
** Up to the present day, York still likes punk, as evidenced by his theme song (which plays when you're driving in his car, as well as during the racing sidequests) sounding very suspiciously similar to Green Day's "American Idiot".
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