History NightmareFuel / ErfWorld

3rd Feb '18 12:59:30 PM nombretomado
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* One must recognize the talent of Xin, the second artist: in the [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%202/177 89th page of volume 2]], we can assist to a conversation by thinkagram between [[spoiler:cloned]] Slately and Charlie. During the whole scene, Charlie's appearance keeps changing, each one of them being a major villain ([[StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom, [[Anime/DragonballZ Dr. Gero]], [[TheMatrix Agent Smith]]...). In the end, Charlie shows his true colors, delivering this line while assuming the appearance of [[TheJoker The Joker]] (from Christopher Nolan's film), talking about Parson:

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* One must recognize the talent of Xin, the second artist: in the [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%202/177 89th page of volume 2]], we can assist to a conversation by thinkagram between [[spoiler:cloned]] Slately and Charlie. During the whole scene, Charlie's appearance keeps changing, each one of them being a major villain ([[StarWars ([[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom, [[Anime/DragonballZ Dr. Gero]], [[TheMatrix [[Film/TheMatrix Agent Smith]]...). In the end, Charlie shows his true colors, delivering this line while assuming the appearance of [[TheJoker [[ComicBook/TheJoker The Joker]] (from Christopher Nolan's film), talking about Parson:
28th Dec '17 2:08:46 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* [[spoiler:Charlie destroys the Thinkamancy Temple. That alone would be shocking, but [[spoiler:Isaac has ''changed''. His skin has gone pale, and his eyes have turned sunken and solid pink. He looks like a zombie. Going by the rules of Signamancy, that's really not good.]]

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* [[spoiler:Charlie destroys the Thinkamancy Temple. ]] That alone would be shocking, but [[spoiler:Isaac has ''changed''. His skin has gone pale, and his eyes have turned sunken and solid pink. He looks like a zombie. Going by the rules of Signamancy, that's really not good.]]
19th Apr '17 1:15:17 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* One must recognize the talent of Xin, the second artist: in the [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%202/177 89th page of volume 2]], we can assist to a conversation by thinkagram between [[spoiler:cloned]] Slately and Charlie. During the whole scene, Charlie's appearance keeps changing, each one of them being a major villain ([[StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], Doctor Doom, [[Anime/DragonballZ Dr. Gero]], [[TheMatrix Agent Smith]]...). In the end, Charlie shows his true colors, delivering this line while assuming the appearance of [[TheJoker The Joker]] (from Christopher Nolan's film), talking about Parson:

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* One must recognize the talent of Xin, the second artist: in the [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%202/177 89th page of volume 2]], we can assist to a conversation by thinkagram between [[spoiler:cloned]] Slately and Charlie. During the whole scene, Charlie's appearance keeps changing, each one of them being a major villain ([[StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], Doctor Doom, SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom, [[Anime/DragonballZ Dr. Gero]], [[TheMatrix Agent Smith]]...). In the end, Charlie shows his true colors, delivering this line while assuming the appearance of [[TheJoker The Joker]] (from Christopher Nolan's film), talking about Parson:
5th Apr '17 11:32:05 AM Scorntex
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** On the next page, [[spoiler:one bullet goes straight through his right foot in a spray of blood. Another one ''tears half of his left foot off altogether.'']] Parson is just as MadeOfPlasticine as the rest of the Erfworlders when it comes to [[spoiler:heavy weapons]], the difference being ''[[{{Gorn}} he bleeds.]]''

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** On the next page, [[spoiler:one bullet goes straight through his right foot in a spray of blood. Another one ''tears half of his left foot off altogether.'']] Parson is just as MadeOfPlasticine as the rest of the Erfworlders when it comes to [[spoiler:heavy weapons]], the difference being ''[[{{Gorn}} he bleeds.]]'']]''
* The reveal that the Great Minds have been lying about their abilities is unsettling. [[spoiler:The Great Minds turning out to have the ability to kill units at a distance is so much worse. And then they decide to turn on Parson...]]
* [[spoiler:Charlie destroys the Thinkamancy Temple. That alone would be shocking, but [[spoiler:Isaac has ''changed''. His skin has gone pale, and his eyes have turned sunken and solid pink. He looks like a zombie. Going by the rules of Signamancy, that's really not good.]]
** It gets worse: [[spoiler:Parson tries contacting Isaac for help. Isaac just says "deiform" at him, breaking the link. Exactly what's happened to Isaac isn't clear, but it's pretty clear Charlie has managed to unleash something awful.]]
30th Mar '17 8:18:27 PM PaulA
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* Later on, Wanda states that the process she devised for breaking prisoners was the kinder option. Debatable, but once the full extent of Olive Branch's plans and manipulations come to light, it can certainly seem like it. It's just being touched upon, but Olive's plans nearly broke the world as much as Parson is, and she's not even from another dimension. Wanda describes her greatest crime as finding a way to weaponize peace, such that it leaves people addicted junkies incapable of rational thought and is slowly hollowing out the territory Olive controls, leaving the cities practically ghost towns. The entire thing ends up being an even crueler twist on TheWizardOfOz than ''Literature/{{Wicked}}'' was, if that seems possible. Above everything else, the whole section with Jillian wandering around the Haffaton capital being dimly aware she's blissed out of her gourd and observing the bizarre nature of the city is just plain creepy.

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* Later on, Wanda states that the process she devised for breaking prisoners was the kinder option. Debatable, but once the full extent of Olive Branch's plans and manipulations come to light, it can certainly seem like it. It's just being touched upon, but Olive's plans nearly broke the world as much as Parson is, and she's not even from another dimension. Wanda describes her greatest crime as finding a way to weaponize peace, such that it leaves people addicted junkies incapable of rational thought and is slowly hollowing out the territory Olive controls, leaving the cities practically ghost towns. The entire thing ends up being an even crueler twist on TheWizardOfOz ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' than ''Literature/{{Wicked}}'' was, if that seems possible. Above everything else, the whole section with Jillian wandering around the Haffaton capital being dimly aware she's blissed out of her gourd and observing the bizarre nature of the city is just plain creepy.
12th Dec '16 5:48:11 PM Doug86
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* One must recognize the talent of Xin, the second artist: in the [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%202/177 89th page of volume 2]], we can assist to a conversation by thinkagram between [[spoiler:cloned]] Slately and Charlie. During the whole scene, Charlie's appearance keeps changing, each one of them being a major villain ([[StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], Doctor Doom, [[DragonballZ Dr. Gero]], [[TheMatrix Agent Smith]]...). In the end, Charlie shows his true colors, delivering this line while assuming the appearance of [[TheJoker The Joker]] (from Christopher Nolan's film), talking about Parson:

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* One must recognize the talent of Xin, the second artist: in the [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%202/177 89th page of volume 2]], we can assist to a conversation by thinkagram between [[spoiler:cloned]] Slately and Charlie. During the whole scene, Charlie's appearance keeps changing, each one of them being a major villain ([[StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], Doctor Doom, [[DragonballZ [[Anime/DragonballZ Dr. Gero]], [[TheMatrix Agent Smith]]...). In the end, Charlie shows his true colors, delivering this line while assuming the appearance of [[TheJoker The Joker]] (from Christopher Nolan's film), talking about Parson:
5th Jan '16 11:38:01 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* The culmination of Parson and Jack's last-ditch plan to [[spoiler:prevent Parson from being turned to Charlescomm]] results in [[spoiler:Parson getting drilled by several shots from heavy machine guns, blowing huge, ''bloody'' holes in his legs]]. This is the first time Parson has been really seriously hurt since he came to Erfworld. He ''[[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%203/121 screams]].''

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* The culmination of Parson and Jack's last-ditch plan to [[spoiler:prevent Parson from being turned to Charlescomm]] results in [[spoiler:Parson getting drilled by several shots from heavy machine guns, blowing huge, ''bloody'' holes in his legs]]. This is the first time Parson has been really seriously hurt since he came to Erfworld. He ''[[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%203/121 screams]].''''
** On the next page, [[spoiler:one bullet goes straight through his right foot in a spray of blood. Another one ''tears half of his left foot off altogether.'']] Parson is just as MadeOfPlasticine as the rest of the Erfworlders when it comes to [[spoiler:heavy weapons]], the difference being ''[[{{Gorn}} he bleeds.]]''
3rd Jan '16 3:34:13 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* You might not notice it right away, but Jillian's [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%203/10 Thinkagram avatar]] doesn't actually have hearts printed on it. She has 3 heart shaped ''hollows'' on her mental form. This may be in reference to her multiple love interests, none of whom she can be with. Or it might be in reference to how Charlie once erased pieces of her mind. Or both.

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* You might not notice it right away, but Jillian's [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%203/10 Thinkagram avatar]] doesn't actually have hearts printed on it. She has 3 heart shaped ''hollows'' on her mental form. This may be in reference to her multiple love interests, none of whom she can be with. Or it might be in reference to how Charlie once erased pieces of her mind. Or both.both.
* The culmination of Parson and Jack's last-ditch plan to [[spoiler:prevent Parson from being turned to Charlescomm]] results in [[spoiler:Parson getting drilled by several shots from heavy machine guns, blowing huge, ''bloody'' holes in his legs]]. This is the first time Parson has been really seriously hurt since he came to Erfworld. He ''[[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%203/121 screams]].''
28th Dec '15 3:32:31 PM Anddrix
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* One must recognize the talent of Xin, the second artist: in the [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%202/177 89th page of volume 2]], we can assist to a conversation by thinkagram between [[spoiler:cloned]] Slately and Charlie. During the whole scene, Charlie's appearance keeps changing, each one of them being a major villain ([[StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], [[DoctorDoom Dr. Doom]], [[DragonballZ Dr. Gero]], [[TheMatrix Agent Smith]]...). In the end, Charlie shows his true colors, delivering this line while assuming the appearance of [[TheJoker The Joker]] (from Christopher Nolan's film), talking about Parson:

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* One must recognize the talent of Xin, the second artist: in the [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%202/177 89th page of volume 2]], we can assist to a conversation by thinkagram between [[spoiler:cloned]] Slately and Charlie. During the whole scene, Charlie's appearance keeps changing, each one of them being a major villain ([[StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], [[DoctorDoom Dr. Doom]], Doctor Doom, [[DragonballZ Dr. Gero]], [[TheMatrix Agent Smith]]...). In the end, Charlie shows his true colors, delivering this line while assuming the appearance of [[TheJoker The Joker]] (from Christopher Nolan's film), talking about Parson:
13th Jul '15 8:21:20 AM NonoRobot
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* Later on, Wanda states that the process she devised for breaking prisoners was the kinder option. Debatable, but once the full extent of Olive Branch's plans and manipulations come to light, it can certainly seem like it. It's just being touched upon, but Olive's plans nearly broke the world as much as Parson is, and she's not even from another dimension. Wanda describes he greatest crime as finding a way to weaponize peace, such that it leaves people addicted junkies incapable of rational thought and is slowly hollowing out the territory Olive controls, leaving the cities practically ghost towns. The entire thing ends up being an even crueler twist on TheWizardOfOz than ''Literature/{{Wicked}}'' was, if that seems possible. Above everything else, the whole section with Jillian wandering around the Haffaton capital being dimly aware she's blissed out of her gourd and observing the bizarre nature of the city is just plain creepy.

to:

* Later on, Wanda states that the process she devised for breaking prisoners was the kinder option. Debatable, but once the full extent of Olive Branch's plans and manipulations come to light, it can certainly seem like it. It's just being touched upon, but Olive's plans nearly broke the world as much as Parson is, and she's not even from another dimension. Wanda describes he her greatest crime as finding a way to weaponize peace, such that it leaves people addicted junkies incapable of rational thought and is slowly hollowing out the territory Olive controls, leaving the cities practically ghost towns. The entire thing ends up being an even crueler twist on TheWizardOfOz than ''Literature/{{Wicked}}'' was, if that seems possible. Above everything else, the whole section with Jillian wandering around the Haffaton capital being dimly aware she's blissed out of her gourd and observing the bizarre nature of the city is just plain creepy.
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