History NightmareFuel / AdventureTime

26th Jul '16 2:06:25 AM nicksplosivez
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* At the end of ''Is That You?'' [[spoiler: Prismo comes back to life with a plan he made in case he ever died.]] Sounds nice, but this involves two things; [[TemporalParadox Finn encounters himself from earlier in the episode]], causing past Finn to explode into nonexistence. This prevents past Jake from being woken up from his sleep[[spoiler:, turning him into the new "host" for Prismo]] [[AndIMustScream for the rest of time.]]

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* At the end of ''Is That You?'' [[spoiler: Prismo comes back to life with a plan he made in case he ever died.]] Sounds nice, but this involves two things; [[TemporalParadox Finn encounters himself from earlier in the episode]], causing past Finn to explode into nonexistence.become the Finn Sword. This prevents past Jake from being woken up from his sleep[[spoiler:, turning him into the new "host" for Prismo]] [[AndIMustScream for the rest of time.]]
24th Jul '16 10:38:05 AM KamenRiderOokalf
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** Put it this way: The dungeon sequence is like a ShoutOut to the ''SilentHill'' games, or possibly the nightmare scenes from ''Film/JacobsLadder'', with its random, freaky lemon monstrosities (a two-headed one shakes its head just like one of the monsters from ''SH'' or the film), the organs of Lemonjon strewn about, and the darkness illuminated only by light sources haphazardly placed in the area. No wonder Finn and Jake are so freaked out by that place!

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** Put it this way: The dungeon sequence is like a ShoutOut to the ''SilentHill'' ''Franchise/SilentHill'' games, or possibly the nightmare scenes from ''Film/JacobsLadder'', with its random, freaky lemon monstrosities (a two-headed one shakes its head just like one of the monsters from ''SH'' or the film), the organs of Lemonjon strewn about, and the darkness illuminated only by light sources haphazardly placed in the area. No wonder Finn and Jake are so freaked out by that place!
16th Jul '16 1:27:44 AM whalewithwings
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* "A Glitch is a Glitch" is eleven solid minutes of nightmare fuel.

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* "A Glitch is a Glitch" is eleven solid minutes of pure nightmare fuel.
12th Jul '16 9:51:40 PM Nire
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* Nearly the entirety of "The Hall of Egress." Finn being essentially forced to stay blind is pretty bad, but in fairness he's adaptable (he managed pretty well without his arm, after all) and would likely rise to the challenge. What's worse is the fact that, since opening his eyes is all it takes to send him back to when he became trapped and Jake and Beemo seem intent on getting him to open them (with the best intentions), he exiles himself and is implied to spend anywhere from days to ''years'' blind in the wilderness by himself before he gets free. And there's apparently some YearInsideHourOutside going on, too, as only a few minutes have actually passed between the start of the episode and the end, so that's an awful lot of suffering packed into a really small timeframe.

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* Nearly the entirety of "The Hall of Egress." Finn being essentially forced to stay blind is pretty bad, but in fairness he's adaptable (he managed pretty well without his arm, after all) and would likely rise to the challenge. What's worse is the fact that, since opening his eyes is all it takes to [[MentalTimeTravel send him back to when he became trapped trapped]] and Jake and Beemo seem intent on getting him to open them (with the best intentions), he exiles himself and is implied to spend anywhere from days to ''years'' blind in the wilderness by himself before he gets free. And there's apparently some YearInsideHourOutside going on, too, as only a few minutes have actually passed between the start of the episode and the end, so that's an awful lot of suffering packed into a really small timeframe.
12th Jul '16 9:45:33 PM Nire
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* Nearly the entirety of "The Hall of Egress." Finn being essentially forced to stay blind is pretty bad, but in fairness he's adaptable (he managed pretty well without his arm, after all) and would likely rise to the challenge. What's worse is the fact that, since opening his eyes is all it takes to send him back to when he became trapped and Jake and Beemo seem intent on getting him to open them (with the best intentions), he exiles himself and is implied to spend ''years'' blind in the wilderness by himself before he gets free. And there's apparently some YearInsideHourOutside going on, too, as only a few minutes have actually passed between the start of the episode and the end.

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* Nearly the entirety of "The Hall of Egress." Finn being essentially forced to stay blind is pretty bad, but in fairness he's adaptable (he managed pretty well without his arm, after all) and would likely rise to the challenge. What's worse is the fact that, since opening his eyes is all it takes to send him back to when he became trapped and Jake and Beemo seem intent on getting him to open them (with the best intentions), he exiles himself and is implied to spend anywhere from days to ''years'' blind in the wilderness by himself before he gets free. And there's apparently some YearInsideHourOutside going on, too, as only a few minutes have actually passed between the start of the episode and the end.end, so that's an awful lot of suffering packed into a really small timeframe.
12th Jul '16 5:14:52 PM Nire
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* Nearly the entirety of "The Hall of Egress." Finn being essentially forced to stay blind is pretty bad, but in fairness he's adaptable (he managed pretty well without his arm, after all) and would likely rise to the challenge. What's worse is the fact that, since opening his eyes is all it takes to send him back to when he became trapped and Jake and Beemo seem intent on getting him to open them (with the best intentions), he exiles himself and is implied to spend ''years'' blind in the wilderness by himself before he gets free. And there's apparently some YearInsideHourOutside going on, too, as only a few minutes have actually passed between the start of the episode and the end.
2nd Jul '16 5:11:16 PM whalewithwings
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* Marcelines backstory ''in freaking spades'', considering the fact she witnessed the end of humanity and a nuclear war as a '''very young child'''.

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* Marcelines Marceline's backstory is this ''in freaking spades'', considering the fact she witnessed the end of humanity and a nuclear war as a '''very young child'''.'''''toddler'''''.
18th Jun '16 9:37:46 PM Nire
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* "I Am a Sword" has Finn losing his Finn Sword, made from an alternate-timeline version of himself. That's a bit of AdultFear right there, but then Finn Sword has to endure being used for robbery and other evil things, which goes against everything he stands for. And then at the end, when it looks like Finn might be able to rescue the Finn Sword, he accidentally impales him using the Grass Sword. Finn promptly passes out, though it's left in the air as to whether this is from shock at having possibly killed a weapon he viewed as a friend, or a result of his connection to the sword.
18th Jun '16 5:50:03 PM Nire
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** We're also treated to an ominous shot implying that the Grass Sword fragment and the Finn Sword have merged. One would hope this isn't something to worry about, seeing as [[EmpathicWeapon both]] [[LivingWeapon blades]] seem to like Finn and care about his well-being, but given the nature of this show it may not bode well for our heroes.
18th Jun '16 5:42:06 PM Nire
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* "I Am a Sword" has Finn losing his Finn Sword, made from an alternate-timeline version of himself. That's a bit of AdultFear right there, but then Finn Sword has to endure being used for robbery and other evil things, which goes against everything he stands for. And then at the end, when it looks like Finn might be able to rescue the Finn Sword, he accidentally impales him using the Grass Sword. Finn promptly passes out, though it's left in the air as to whether this is from shock at having killed a weapon he viewed as a friend, or a result of his connection to the sword.

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* "I Am a Sword" has Finn losing his Finn Sword, made from an alternate-timeline version of himself. That's a bit of AdultFear right there, but then Finn Sword has to endure being used for robbery and other evil things, which goes against everything he stands for. And then at the end, when it looks like Finn might be able to rescue the Finn Sword, he accidentally impales him using the Grass Sword. Finn promptly passes out, though it's left in the air as to whether this is from shock at having possibly killed a weapon he viewed as a friend, or a result of his connection to the sword.sword.
** We're also treated to an ominous shot implying that the Grass Sword fragment and the Finn Sword have merged. One would hope this isn't something to worry about, seeing as [[EmpathicWeapon both]] [[LivingWeapon blades]] seem to like Finn and care about his well-being, but given the nature of this show it may not bode well for our heroes.
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