History NightmareFuel / GunnerkriggCourt

18th May '16 3:52:50 PM KlawKalash
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*** [[spoiler:Actually, it's implied it was an illusion, and only Kat could see things as they truly were. ]] Creepiness still stands, though, as you have to picture what RotD might look like to Mort and Annie.

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*** [[spoiler:Actually, it's implied it was an illusion, and only Kat could see things as they truly were. ]] Creepiness still stands, though, as you have to picture what RotD [=RotD=] might look like to Mort and Annie.



** Annie's first thought when she receives a less-than-sensitive (but most likely sincere) card from her male schoolmates is that they're mocking her while pretending to be her friends. These are people that's she'd grown to care about and trust -- she should ''know'' better. Her self esteem and pride has collapsed so completely that it's clouding her judgement

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** Annie's first thought when she receives a less-than-sensitive (but most likely sincere) card from her male schoolmates is that they're mocking her while pretending to be her friends. These are people that's she'd grown to care about and trust -- she should ''know'' better. Her self esteem and pride has collapsed so completely that it's clouding her judgementjudgement.
18th May '16 3:50:01 PM KlawKalash
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* The style of Chapter 54 might be cutesy and folksy, but it's hard to deny that Coyote being so angry at Annie being kept away that he ''knocks a building down'' is frightening. We can only hope there weren't any people in there. Cayote's NightmareFace is pretty good too, and we only see the abstracted version.

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* The style of Chapter 54 might be cutesy and folksy, but it's hard to deny that Coyote being so angry at Annie being kept away that he ''knocks a building down'' is frightening. We can only hope there weren't any people in there. Cayote's Coyote's NightmareFace is pretty good too, and we only see the abstracted version.
26th Apr '16 3:39:26 PM R1ck
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* The hallucinations Zimmy suffers (for example, in Chapter 11), during which she is sucked into a cursed version of Birmingham populated by insects, giant monsters and people with no faces. This may actually be something of an improvement over the real Birmingham.

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* The hallucinations Zimmy suffers (for example, in Chapter 11), during which she is sucked into a cursed version of Birmingham populated by insects, giant monsters and people with no faces. This may actually be something of an improvement over the real Birmingham.
21st Mar '16 10:25:27 AM Kythereia
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21st Mar '16 10:25:17 AM Kythereia
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5th Mar '16 12:07:37 AM Thecommander236
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** Even worse, if you notice, that when Coyote knocks down the building he's drawn in a completely different form than the other ways he's depicted for that chapter (being drawn in a way similar to if he was drawn crudely with a pencil, rather than being drawn in the Native American-esque style everything else was drawn in up to that point).

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** Even worse, if you notice, that when Coyote knocks down the building he's drawn in a completely different form than the other ways he's depicted for that chapter (being drawn in a way similar to if he was drawn crudely with a pencil, rather than being drawn in the Native American-esque style everything else was drawn in up to that point).point).
** The worst part is how easily he is depicted as destroying it. It was child's play for him. [[BrilliantButLazy Coyote is usually too unfocused to usually use his full powers]]. When he gets serious, he is capable of anything. While this was depicted as a good thing, [[NotHelpingYourCase it kind of proves Anthony's point that Coyote is too dangerous for his daughter to interact with]] and yet he is MORE dangerous when he doesn't get what he wants so they had to submit. This also makes Jones retroactively terrifying as well, because however powerful Coyote is, Jones could defeat him. One can only imagine what would happen if she had been less inclined to be impartial or Coyote more aggressive and violent.
9th Dec '15 12:29:09 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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** Even worse, if you notice, that when Coyote knocks down the building he's drawn in a completely different form than the other ways he's depicted for that chapter (being drawn similarly to pencil, rather than being drawn in the Native American-esque style everything else was drawn in up to that point).

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** Even worse, if you notice, that when Coyote knocks down the building he's drawn in a completely different form than the other ways he's depicted for that chapter (being drawn similarly in a way similar to if he was drawn crudely with a pencil, rather than being drawn in the Native American-esque style everything else was drawn in up to that point).
9th Dec '15 12:28:31 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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* The style of Chapter 54 might be cutesy and folksy, but it's hard to deny that Coyote being so angry at Annie being kept away that he ''knocks a building down'' is frightening. We can only hope there weren't any people in there. Cayote's NightmareFace is pretty good too, and we only see the abstracted version.

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* The style of Chapter 54 might be cutesy and folksy, but it's hard to deny that Coyote being so angry at Annie being kept away that he ''knocks a building down'' is frightening. We can only hope there weren't any people in there. Cayote's NightmareFace is pretty good too, and we only see the abstracted version.version.
** Even worse, if you notice, that when Coyote knocks down the building he's drawn in a completely different form than the other ways he's depicted for that chapter (being drawn similarly to pencil, rather than being drawn in the Native American-esque style everything else was drawn in up to that point).
5th Dec '15 1:58:05 PM LentilSandEater
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* The style of Chapter 54 might be cutesy and folksy, but it's hard to deny that [[spoiler: Coyote being so angry at Annie being kept away that he ''knocks a building down'' is frightening. We can only hope there weren't any people in there...]]

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* The style of Chapter 54 might be cutesy and folksy, but it's hard to deny that [[spoiler: Coyote being so angry at Annie being kept away that he ''knocks a building down'' is frightening. We can only hope there weren't any people in there...]]there. Cayote's NightmareFace is pretty good too, and we only see the abstracted version.
30th Sep '15 7:42:36 AM GopherBroke
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* From ''Chapter 17: A Ghost Story'':

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* From ''Chapter 17: 16: A Ghost Story'':


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** This chapter also features an in-universe example in the form of Ketrak. We don't see him in this chapter, but Kat's reaction to him is pure terror and a craving for BrainBleach. [[http://gunnerkrigg.com/?p=1551 If the insect-like psychopomp seen in a much later chapter]] by [[spoiler:Anthony Carver]] is Ketrak or something similar, though, then her reaction becomes easily understandable.
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