History Headscratchers / GravityFalls

3rd Jan '17 9:46:02 AM MisterPolygon
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*** You're forgetting that Quentin Trembly was the president of the United States at the time. Given a lot of things shown in Irrational Treasure, it's clear that presidents have way more legal power in-universe than they do in real life. It's entirely possible that he made that one law for only one town as some sort of joke or delusion, and got away with it because he's the president.
7th Dec '16 9:42:33 AM timemonkey
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** He wasn't touching hair, he was fiddling with the things on Mable's headband.
17th Nov '16 8:02:49 AM TimBuckII
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** I think you're VASTLY underestimating how awkward and strange and new all this must be for him. Believe it or not, it's actually fairly common for boys his age to act like idiots when it comes to girls.
5th Nov '16 4:33:17 PM MattP5557
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** Maybe the pit was commenting on his age.
* If there had been a bottomless pit right outside the mystery shack all that time why wouldn't have [[spoiler:Ford]] have thought to throw his journals in their.
29th Oct '16 3:17:13 PM AbsolXGuardian
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*** Journal 3 reveals that the journals were restored(even the missing pages). They decide to drop them down the bottomless pit. The journals are then found by the Orgeon State Parks Department. The park rangers suffer from nightmares, so the journals are sold at the lost and found sale/bakesale where they are purchased.
28th Oct '16 4:59:28 PM timemonkey
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** You kind of missed the point of the episode. The Bubble wasn't paradise, it was Mable's version of white noise to drown out her fears of the future. As soon as she's assured her fears won't come true even she's sick of the place.



** Because it takes more than just hair. There were three components and a spell involved and without the journals only Ford knew how to cast it.



* Why did Dipper say that he had nothing to wish for because he got everything he wanted? He desperately wanted a girlfriend (as shown in "Roadside Attraction") and failed miserably. Yes, I know his ExactWords at the beginning of the series wasn't that he wanted one, but at least six episodes of the show were all caused by him wanting one (well, just Wendy at first) proving that it was important to him.

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** Honestly, I think you're overestimating their reaction. Ford and Dipper have both been tricked by Bill, with huge consequences on Ford's part and nearly lethal on Dipper's, so they don't have much room to judge, especially since Ford ordered Dipper not to warn Mable about the rift in the first place. And if anyone's going to understand making a mistake about of wanting to not be separated from their loved ones and have it have horrible consequences the Stan certainly will. This really sounds more like when everyone thought Dipper would be mad at Mable for not stopping the portal, only for him to just shrug it off. Mistakes were made, she didn't know what the consequences would be and they're family, they stick together.
* Why did Dipper say that he had nothing to wish for because he got everything he wanted? He desperately wanted a girlfriend (as shown in "Roadside Attraction") and failed miserably. Yes, I know his ExactWords at the beginning of the series wasn't that he wanted one, but at least six episodes of the show were all caused by him wanting one (well, just Wendy at first) proving that it was important to him. him.
** Dipper doesn't want a girlfriend. He had a crush on Wendy but understands that can't happen, at least not right now, and Roadside Attraction was about how he didn't want to date those girls and was just using them to practice being more confident. Dipper's not Mable, he's not looking for romance right now.
28th Oct '16 12:03:52 PM timemonkey
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** Bill exists in the Mindspace, once summoned he can enter the mind of anyone who is sleeping, no deal required. He just can't possess them. Even Ford's mind was fair game until the unicorn protection spell went up.


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** The game works this way: in order to win Dipper and Ford have to defeat all of Probabilitor's monsters, so Probabilitor decided what they were when the scenario was set up, no dice rolls required on his part. Next the sides take turns casting spells to aid their characters. Stan casts shield of shielding (13) and probabilitor casts a spell to reverse it (14), since Probabilitor rolled higher his spell undid Stan's shoeld spell. So the higher the roll the stronger the spell. For the final battle the monster could only be defeated by a perfect 38, once it's rolled Mable simply decided what the weapon that defeated it would be (death muffins).
21st Oct '16 1:53:50 PM ErichoTOME
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* In Journal 3, there's one last ShipTease with Pacifica regarding "Northwest Mystery Manor". How? "Roadside Attraction" takes places after "Northwest Mystery Manor". The former episode proves that he wasn't attracted to her. He desperately wanted a girlfriend, so why didn't he ever try her? Plus, in that episode he hadn't gotten over Wendy.

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* In Journal 3, there's one last ShipTease with Pacifica regarding "Northwest Mystery Manor". How? "Roadside Attraction" takes places place after "Northwest Mystery Manor". The former episode proves that he wasn't attracted to her. He desperately wanted a girlfriend, so why didn't he ever try her? Plus, in that episode he hadn't gotten over Wendy.
21st Oct '16 1:48:57 PM ErichoTOME
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* In Journal 3, there's one last ShipTease with Pacifica regarding "Northwest Mystery Manor". How? "Roadside Attraction" takes places after "Northwest Mystery Manor". The former episode proves that he wasn't attracted to her. He desperately wanted a girlfriend, so why didn't he ever try her? Plus, in that episode he hadn't gotten over Wendy.
21st Oct '16 1:38:25 PM ErichoTOME
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* Why did Dipper say that he got everything he wanted? He desperately wanted a girlfriend (as shown in "Roadside Attraction") and failed miserably. Yes, I know his ExactWords at the beginning of the series wasn't that he wanted one, but at least six episodes of the show were all caused by him wanting one (well, just Wendy at first) proving that it was important to him.

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* Why did Dipper say that he had nothing to wish for because he got everything he wanted? He desperately wanted a girlfriend (as shown in "Roadside Attraction") and failed miserably. Yes, I know his ExactWords at the beginning of the series wasn't that he wanted one, but at least six episodes of the show were all caused by him wanting one (well, just Wendy at first) proving that it was important to him.
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