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11th Dec '17 5:30:42 PM StarSong212
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* Kind of a sillier one, but Doc Scratch is a puppet, right? And he explodes when Lord English is born from him? That can only mean one thing: LORD ENGLISH IS A FIDUSPAWN.
11th Dec '17 5:14:36 PM StarSong212
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*** I think you're on to something here. Red, blue, green, and purple are the kids' colors, right?
10th Dec '17 4:41:03 PM nombretomado
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** Feferi has been all of the following at one point: [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe One fish]], [[DrSeuss Two Fish]], [[Alien Blood Red Fish, Blue Fish]].

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** Feferi has been all of the following at one point: [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe One fish]], [[DrSeuss [[Creator/DrSeuss Two Fish]], [[Alien Blood Red Fish, Blue Fish]].
18th Nov '17 5:54:06 PM Twiddler
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15th Nov '17 7:19:52 PM PaulA
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*** In addition to that, "droog" is often used in AClockworkOrange among a group of teens for their gang members.

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*** In addition to that, "droog" is often used in AClockworkOrange ''Literature/AClockworkOrange'' among a group of teens for their gang members. members.
9th Nov '17 2:39:26 PM ViperhawkZ
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* Karkat's mutant blood colour, despite causing him so much trouble, may have saved his life. Look at where Karkat sits when the trolls are arranged by Zodiac sign: between Sollux and Nepeta. Between Sollux's yellow and Nepeta's green blood would be where a lime-blooded troll would go; the same limebloods who were said to have been hunted to extinction. After the Sufferer's rebellion, his followers ensured that any future mutants would have a sign to wear and a lusus to raise them, but the same protections likely didn't exist for limebloods.

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* Karkat's mutant blood colour, despite causing him so much trouble, may have saved his life. Look at where Karkat sits when the trolls are arranged by Zodiac sign: between Sollux and Nepeta. Between Sollux's yellow and Nepeta's green blood would be where a lime-blooded troll would go; the same limebloods who were said to have been hunted to extinction. After the Sufferer's rebellion, his followers ensured that any future mutants would have a sign to wear and a lusus to raise them, but the same protections likely didn't exist for limebloods. If Karkat had been born without his mutation...
9th Nov '17 2:38:28 PM ViperhawkZ
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*** Red-Yellow-Blue ''are'' primary colours... in painting.


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* Karkat's mutant blood colour, despite causing him so much trouble, may have saved his life. Look at where Karkat sits when the trolls are arranged by Zodiac sign: between Sollux and Nepeta. Between Sollux's yellow and Nepeta's green blood would be where a lime-blooded troll would go; the same limebloods who were said to have been hunted to extinction. After the Sufferer's rebellion, his followers ensured that any future mutants would have a sign to wear and a lusus to raise them, but the same protections likely didn't exist for limebloods.
3rd Nov '17 12:33:32 AM fixc
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* A tadpole entering Skaia and maturing to birth the new universe invokes the imagery of a sperm entering an egg and losing its tail to create a child.
22nd Oct '17 11:58:51 PM Raven_Nightt
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* God Tier Conditional Immortality is a sort of [[PlotArmor Plot Armor]]. Why else hasn't there been any sort of rules pertaining to how deaths are judged? The rules could be based on the idea that the players are to fulfill their role in the story, and any attempts to deviate from the story are is met with deaths being ruled as Heroic, or Just, and even why some random mook can't just kill the God Tier Players. It has to be someone important to the plot. This could be supported by looking at some reasons why the deaths were judged the way they were:
** Neutral Death (AKA, Revivals): John's revival after being stabbed by Bec Noir. John had just become a God Tier and still had some role to play in the story, so killing him so early would have caused issues in the story. It could also be done to show the readers that even though the characters have attained a greater power, they are still susceptible to death.
** Just Death: I'll use two examples- Vriska, and Aranea.
*** Vriska's Just Death at Terezi's hand. Vriska has a knack for wanting to be the center of attention. Her actions through the story have shown this off well. By going off to fight Bec Noir, she's trying to get the story focused on herself being a badass she believes herself to be, and by using her newfound Thief of Light powers to do so, is abusing the powers she was given. The story, however, has different plans. Bec would have killed the remaining Trolls by following Vriska's trail and ultimately cause the story to take a different turn than what was wanted, and thus, Vriska's death was necessary to keep the story on a path that would create an intended ending. Of course, Spades Slick did interfere with the Clock, so it's at least one interpretation.
*** Aranea's Just Death at The Condesce's hand. It was believed that for a Death to be ruled as Just, the one killing the God Tier Player had to be a Heroic Adversary. So why rule Aranea's death as Just, even though someone considered a Villain kiled her? Well, there's one major reason, and a bit of logic behind the second reason. The major reason for Aranea's Just Death was she pretty much doomed the story. Her actions pretty much wrote the story into a corner, and no amount of Plot Armor would protect the person who did just that. As for The Condesce killing her, it could either be because The Condesce herself isn't a full-on Villain; she's only working for Lord English in an attempt to get closer to him to be able to find his weakness and launch her own attack against him. Or it could be that, feeding into the above idea that Plot Armor couldn't protect Aranea, the story didn't care about who killed Aranea as long as Aranea was dead. Even Lord English could have killed her and Aranea's death would be ruled a Just. It could even be both points.
** Heroic Death: Most of the Heroic Deaths we've seen are mostly acts of Selflessness, acts of protecting one close to the Characters, or seeking to avenge someone. Since these choices are done based on the character's desires to perform these acts, regardless of the outcome, the story sees these Deaths as a Heroic Death for their service, and that their deaths would, in some way help push the story along.

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* God Tier Conditional Immortality is a sort of [[PlotArmor Plot Armor]]. Why else hasn't there been any sort of rules pertaining to how deaths are judged? The rules could be based on the idea that the players are to fulfill their role in the story, and any attempts to deviate from the story are is met with deaths being ruled as Heroic, or Just, and even why some random mook can't just kill the God Tier Players. It has to be someone important to the plot. This could be supported by looking at some reasons why the deaths were judged the way they were:
** Neutral Death (AKA, Revivals): John's revival after being stabbed by Bec Noir. John had just become a God Tier and still had some role to play in the story, so killing him so early would have caused issues in the story. It could also be done to show the readers that even though the characters have attained a greater power, they are still susceptible to death.
** Just Death: I'll use two examples- Vriska, and Aranea.
*** Vriska's Just Death at Terezi's hand. Vriska has a knack for wanting to be the center of attention. Her actions through the story have shown this off well. By going off to fight Bec Noir, she's trying to get the story focused on herself being a badass she believes herself to be, and by using her newfound Thief of Light powers to do so, is abusing the powers she was given. The story, however, has different plans. Bec would have killed the remaining Trolls by following Vriska's trail and ultimately cause the story to take a different turn than what was wanted, and thus, Vriska's death was necessary to keep the story on a path that would create an intended ending. Of course, Spades Slick did interfere with the Clock, so it's at least one interpretation.
*** Aranea's Just Death at The Condesce's hand. It was believed that for a Death to be ruled as Just, the one killing the God Tier Player had to be a Heroic Adversary. So why rule Aranea's death as Just, even though someone considered a Villain kiled her? Well, there's one major reason, and a bit of logic behind the second reason. The major reason for Aranea's Just Death was she pretty much doomed the story. Her actions pretty much wrote the story into a corner, and no amount of Plot Armor would protect the person who did just that. As for The Condesce killing her, it could either be because The Condesce herself isn't a full-on Villain; she's only working for Lord English in an attempt to get closer to him to be able to find his weakness and launch her own attack against him. Or it could be that, feeding into the above idea that Plot Armor couldn't protect Aranea, the story didn't care about who killed Aranea as long as Aranea was dead. Even Lord English could have killed her and Aranea's death would be ruled a Just. It could even be both points.
** Heroic Death: Most of the Heroic Deaths we've seen are mostly acts of Selflessness, acts of protecting one close to the Characters, or seeking to avenge someone. Since these choices are done based on the character's desires to perform these acts, regardless of the outcome, the story sees these Deaths as a Heroic Death for their service, and that their deaths would, in some way help push the story along.
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