History Heartwarming / VideoGameHighSchool

27th Jul '16 7:49:51 PM Discar
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** After training, the team has a huge party. It's a cute moment, and it's followed by Ki and Ted leaving to make out. Jenny and Brian also head off, and it's implied they have their first time [[spoiler:since they know they won't be able to be together much longer]].
25th Jun '16 7:39:00 PM DrImpossible
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** After Ki had spent the whole episode acting [[TheEeyore moody and nihilistic]] after [[spoiler:losing the election]], much to Wendell's chagrin, she hosts a 24-hour game jam where she makes a very simplistic game: when you press the right arrow key, your avatar walks down a dark path in a forest until you let go of the button, at which point the avatar will collapse and die. There is no objective or end-point, nor any way to avoid dying. However, Wendell refuses to accept the idea of a game that was so nihilistic, keeping his finger on the key for so long that he eventually falls asleep while still playing. Seeing this helps Ki find herself and she steals the game out from his hand and adds a happy ending to the game, before sneaking the game back under his hand. Wendell's avatar reaches a banner, covered with balloons. When it passes the banner, a tinkling bell goes off, waking him up. Wendell seems pleased at first, then finds out that you die even if you kept pressing the arrow key, which almost makes Wendell give up all hope. But then a pale angelic form of the avatar appears and sprouts wings, taking to the sky. The screen lightens to a sky blue, then turns black but covered in stars as the avatar becomes a very bright star itself. When Wendell sees it, his expression of joy is just too adorable. You could see the happiness in Ki's eyes, watching him. Hell, she was starting to [[TearsOfJoy tear up]].

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** After Ki had spent the whole episode acting [[TheEeyore moody and nihilistic]] after [[spoiler:losing the election]], much to Wendell's chagrin, she hosts a 24-hour game jam where she makes a very simplistic game: when you press the right arrow key, space-bar, your avatar walks down a dark path in a forest until you let go of the button, at which point the avatar will collapse and die. There is no objective or end-point, nor any way to avoid dying. However, Wendell refuses to accept the idea of a game that was so nihilistic, keeping his finger on the key space-bar for so long that he eventually falls asleep while still playing. Seeing this helps Ki find herself and she steals the game out from his hand and adds a happy ending to the game, before sneaking the game back under his hand. Wendell's avatar reaches a banner, covered with balloons. When it passes the banner, a tinkling bell goes off, waking him up. banner. Wendell seems pleased at first, then finds out that you die even if you kept pressing the arrow key, which almost makes Wendell give up all hope. space-bar. But then a pale angelic form of the avatar appears to become an angel and sprouts wings, taking takes to the sky. The screen lightens to a sky blue, then the player must dodge falling meteors, then the sky turns black but covered in stars as before the avatar becomes explodes into a very bright star itself.itself, turning into the words "the end" made of a constellation. When Wendell sees it, his expression of joy is just too adorable. You could see the happiness in Ki's eyes, watching him. Hell, she was starting to [[TearsOfJoy tear up]].
25th Jun '16 3:56:41 PM DrImpossible
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** After Ki had spent the whole episode acting [[TheEeyore moody and nihilistic]] after [[spoiler:losing the election]], much to Wendell's chagrin, she hosts a 24-hour game jam where she makes a very simplistic game where you walk until you collapse and die. However, she eventually finds herself and expands the game. When Wendell plays it, his expression of joy is just too adorable. You could see the happiness in Ki's eyes. Hell, she was starting to [[TearsOfJoy tear up]].

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** After Ki had spent the whole episode acting [[TheEeyore moody and nihilistic]] after [[spoiler:losing the election]], much to Wendell's chagrin, she hosts a 24-hour game jam where she makes a very simplistic game where game: when you walk press the right arrow key, your avatar walks down a dark path in a forest until you let go of the button, at which point the avatar will collapse and die. There is no objective or end-point, nor any way to avoid dying. However, she Wendell refuses to accept the idea of a game that was so nihilistic, keeping his finger on the key for so long that he eventually finds falls asleep while still playing. Seeing this helps Ki find herself and expands she steals the game. game out from his hand and adds a happy ending to the game, before sneaking the game back under his hand. Wendell's avatar reaches a banner, covered with balloons. When it passes the banner, a tinkling bell goes off, waking him up. Wendell seems pleased at first, then finds out that you die even if you kept pressing the arrow key, which almost makes Wendell give up all hope. But then a pale angelic form of the avatar appears and sprouts wings, taking to the sky. The screen lightens to a sky blue, then turns black but covered in stars as the avatar becomes a very bright star itself. When Wendell plays sees it, his expression of joy is just too adorable. You could see the happiness in Ki's eyes.eyes, watching him. Hell, she was starting to [[TearsOfJoy tear up]].



** [[spoiler:In the final battle, when Ted is driving for his friends, he looks out the window and imagines Freddie racing baby Ted down the aisle in a shopping cart. What's special about this is that [[ThrowTheDogABone Freddie's actually being nice to his son for once]].]]

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** [[spoiler:In the final battle, when Ted is driving for his friends, he looks out the window and imagines remembers Freddie racing baby Ted down the aisle in a shopping cart. What's special about this is that [[ThrowTheDogABone Freddie's actually being nice to his son for once]].]]
4th Jul '15 5:20:43 PM stuffedninja
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* Jenny referring to Brian as "the only person that's ever truly loved [her]".

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* Jenny referring to Brian as "the only person that's ever truly really loved [her]".
4th Jul '15 4:31:19 PM stuffedninja
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* In episode 4, [[spoiler:Ki breaks down crying late at night and admits to her parents that the reason why she's at home is because she left the school out of guilt from cheating in the election.]] Ki's dad replies saying that he and her mother are extremely proud of Ki, and there is nothing in the world that could ever make them stop loving her.



** In the same episode, Brian talks about how [[spoiler:before VGHS, he had to take care of himself, since he never really had a dad and his mom was an addict.]] As a result, [[TearJerker he got used to being alone]], but after going to VGHS and meeting Ted, Ki, and Jenny, he didn't feel lonely for the first time in his whole life. When he heard that [[spoiler:Jenny would be leaving to join her dream FPS team in France]], he acted impulsively out of fear of losing her, which he does regret.

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** * In the same episode, Brian talks about how [[spoiler:before VGHS, he had to take care of himself, since he never really had a dad and his mom was an addict.]] As a result, [[TearJerker he got used to being alone]], but after going to VGHS and meeting Ted, Ki, and Jenny, he didn't feel lonely for the first time in his whole life. When he heard that [[spoiler:Jenny would be leaving to join her dream FPS team in France]], he acted impulsively out of fear of losing her, which he does regret.
16th May '15 10:43:58 PM Lightning4119
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* From the blooper reel, Ted reaching below the counter of the hot dog stand he's watching, ''and pulling out a whole birthday cake for Josh Blaylock'' as the cast sings "Happy Birthday" to him.

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* From the blooper reel, Ted reaching below the counter of the hot dog stand he's watching, working at, ''and pulling out a whole birthday cake for Josh Blaylock'' as the cast sings "Happy Birthday" to him.
16th May '15 10:43:45 PM Lightning4119
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* From the blooper reel, Ted reaching below the counter of the hot dog stand he's watching, ''and pulling out a whole birthday cake for Josh Blaylock'' as the cast sings "Happy Birthday" to him.
31st Dec '14 5:42:41 PM stuffedninja
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[[caption-width-right:350:All together now: ''AWWWW.'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:All together now: ''AWWWW.'']]
5th Dec '14 8:40:13 PM stuffedninja
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[[caption-width-right:350:All together now: ''AWWWW.'']]
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