History NightmareFuel / RuleOfRose

4th Aug '17 7:42:35 AM Miruka
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** Its even worse when the player connects him to Sir Peter and relates it to the storybook at the beginning of the chapter.
*** Especially considering that Hoffman is a pedophile. Brings new meaning to the phrase, “holding it in”.

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** Its It's even worse when the player connects him to Sir Peter and relates it to the storybook at the beginning of the chapter.
*** Especially considering that Hoffman is a pedophile. Brings new meaning to the phrase, “holding it in”.in.”



** Look at it from the Rat's perspective: the first time we see it, it is bound to a stick and pushed into some poor girls face. The next time we see it, it must have been dead for days, if not weeks. And if you look closely, it is bound in the exact same way as before. [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals Nobody ever bothered to free or probably even feed that poor animal]].
** Animal abuse is a theme in general. While it is questionable about any pigs or goats ever having even existed, there are hints on Diana not properly caring for the aquarium, leading to dead fish. The first required gift is a butterfly, leading to the chapter being filled with the children hunting and killing them. Wendy was responsible for the bunnies [[spoiler: , but the Epilogue chapter leads to Jennifer saying that she stopped doing that and we not only find empty cages at the beginning, but there is a whole chapter dedicated to a dead rabbit]]. And then of course what happened to [[LoyalAnimalCompanion Brown]]...

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** Look at it from the Rat's rat's perspective: the first time we see it, it is bound to a stick and pushed into some poor girls girl's face. The next time we see it, it must have been dead for days, if not weeks. And if you look closely, it is bound in the exact same way as before. [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals Nobody ever bothered to free or probably even feed that poor animal]].
** Animal abuse is a theme in general. While it is questionable about any pigs or goats ever having even existed, there are hints on of Diana not properly caring for the aquarium, leading to dead fish. The first required gift is a butterfly, leading to the chapter being filled with the children hunting and killing them. Wendy was responsible for the bunnies [[spoiler: , [[spoiler:, but the Epilogue epilogue chapter leads to Jennifer saying that she stopped doing that that, and we not only find empty cages at the beginning, but there is a whole chapter dedicated to a dead rabbit]]. And then then, of course course, what happened to [[LoyalAnimalCompanion Brown]]...
23rd Jul '17 3:27:56 PM MoonByte
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* There is a scene that is very easily missed in the opening. Remember the moment where Diana, Meg and Eleanor are shown hammering the coffin? Well right before that there is a moment showing them [[spoiler: hammering a bag in the attic.]] By the end of the game we know that [[spoiler: Wendy and the rest of the aristocrats killed Brown.]] We're never told how they do this in the game itself and we are lead to assume that, because of the cut scene that's shows [[spoiler: the imps (the darkest form the rest of the orphans take in Jennifer's head) sweeping a non-bagged Brown]] and the fact that [[spoiler: Brown had previously been seen by both Jennifer and player as a full grown animal (that would have been hard to put in a bag while still living) up to that point in the game,]] [[spoiler: Brown was put into the bag after his killing.]] However we are shown during the true ending that [[spoiler: Brown was actually a puppy when the events took place. (Similarly how Jennifer was actually a young girl.]] That brief moment in the opening then gains some meaning. This means, under the orders of [[spoiler: Wendy]], Diana Meg and Eleanor [[spoiler: kidnapped a defenseless puppy, shoved it in a bag, took it to the attic, and hit it to death with hammers.]] The fact that three girls can be fooled into [[spoiler: killing a puppy]] is both incredibly disturbing and utterly heart wrenching at the same time.

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* There is a scene that is very easily missed in the opening. Remember the moment where Diana, Meg and Eleanor are shown hammering the coffin? Well right before that there is a moment showing them [[spoiler: hammering a bag in the attic.]] By the end of the game we know that [[spoiler: Wendy and the rest of the aristocrats killed Brown.]] We're never told how they do this in the game itself and we are lead to assume that, because of the cut scene that's shows [[spoiler: the imps (the darkest form the rest of the orphans take in Jennifer's head) sweeping a non-bagged Brown]] and the fact that [[spoiler: Brown had previously been seen by both Jennifer and player as a full grown animal (that would have been hard to put in a bag while still living) up to that point in the game,]] [[spoiler: Brown was put into the bag after his killing.]] However we are shown during the true ending that [[spoiler: Brown was actually a puppy when the events took place. (Similarly how Jennifer was actually a young girl.]] That brief moment in the opening then gains some meaning. This means, under the orders of [[spoiler: Wendy]], Diana Meg and Eleanor [[spoiler: kidnapped a defenseless puppy, shoved it in a bag, took it to the attic, and hit it to death with hammers.]] The fact that three girls can be fooled into [[spoiler: killing a puppy]] is both incredibly disturbing and utterly heart wrenching at the same time.time.
* At one point, Jennifer will note that first Martha, then Hoffmann and Clara disappeared and the children were left to their own devices. While it is questionable how much is real and how much is made-up, it is heavily implied that [[spoiler: Martha got murdered by the children, Hoffmann hung himself in the staircase and Clara killed herself as well]]. While Martha is very obvious in it's implications, [[spoiler: Hoffmann]] is shown by [[spoiler: the Sir Peter story of the rabbit hanging himself at the end as well as the shadow of an adult hanging being visible in The Funeral]]. While [[spoiler: Clara]] isn't shown directly, she is mentioned in the same sentence with the others. And later in the rose garden, the player can find that Gregory had been [[spoiler: digging three graves]]...
23rd Jul '17 3:17:31 PM MoonByte
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** Animal abuse is a theme in general. While it is questionable about any pigs or goats ever having even existed, there are hints on Diana not properly caring for the aquarium, leading to dead fish. Wendy was responsible for the bunnies [[spoiler, but the Epilogue chapter leads to Jennifer saying that she stopped doing that and we not only find empty cages at the beginning, but there is a whole chapter dedicated to a dead rabbit]]. And then of course what happened to [[LoyalAnimalCompanion Brown]]...

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** Animal abuse is a theme in general. While it is questionable about any pigs or goats ever having even existed, there are hints on Diana not properly caring for the aquarium, leading to dead fish. The first required gift is a butterfly, leading to the chapter being filled with the children hunting and killing them. Wendy was responsible for the bunnies [[spoiler, [[spoiler: , but the Epilogue chapter leads to Jennifer saying that she stopped doing that and we not only find empty cages at the beginning, but there is a whole chapter dedicated to a dead rabbit]]. And then of course what happened to [[LoyalAnimalCompanion Brown]]...
23rd Jul '17 3:16:28 PM MoonByte
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** Look at it from the Rat's perspective: the first time we see it, it is bound to a stick and pushed into some poor girls face. The next time we see it, it must have been dead for days, if not weeks. And if you look closely, it is bound in the exact same way as before. [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals Nobody ever bothered to free or probably even feed that poor animal]].
** Animal abuse is a theme in general. While it is questionable about any pigs or goats ever having even existed, there are hints on Diana not properly caring for the aquarium, leading to dead fish. Wendy was responsible for the bunnies [[spoiler, but the Epilogue chapter leads to Jennifer saying that she stopped doing that and we not only find empty cages at the beginning, but there is a whole chapter dedicated to a dead rabbit]]. And then of course what happened to [[LoyalAnimalCompanion Brown]]...
14th Dec '16 10:59:47 AM maylove25
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3rd Dec '15 7:42:52 PM Serasia
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* There is a scene that is very easily missed in the opening. Remember the moment where Diana, Meg and Eleanor are shown hammering the coffin? Well right before that there is a moment showing them [[spoiler: hammering a bag in the attic.]] By the end of the game we know that [[spoiler: Wendy and the rest of the aristocrats killed Brown.]] We're never told how they do this in the game itself and we are lead to assume that, because of the cut scene that's shows [[spoiler: the imps (the darkest form the rest of the orphans take in Jennifer's head) sweeping a non-bagged Brown]] and the fact that [[spoiler: Brown had previously been seen by both Jennifer and player as a full grown animal (that would have been hard to put in a bag while still living) up to that point in the game,]] [[spoiler: Brown was put into the bag after his killing.]] However we are shown during the true ending that [[spoiler: Brown was actually a puppy when the events took place. (Similarly how Jennifer was actually a young girl.]] That brief moment in the opening then gains some meaning. This means, under the orders of [[spoiler: Wendy]], Diana Meg and Eleanor [[spoiler: kidnapped a defensiveness puppy, shoved it in a bag, took it to the attic, and hit it to death with hammers.]] The fact that three girls can be fooled into [[spoiler: killing a puppy]] is both incredibly disturbing and utterly heart wrenching at the same time.

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* There is a scene that is very easily missed in the opening. Remember the moment where Diana, Meg and Eleanor are shown hammering the coffin? Well right before that there is a moment showing them [[spoiler: hammering a bag in the attic.]] By the end of the game we know that [[spoiler: Wendy and the rest of the aristocrats killed Brown.]] We're never told how they do this in the game itself and we are lead to assume that, because of the cut scene that's shows [[spoiler: the imps (the darkest form the rest of the orphans take in Jennifer's head) sweeping a non-bagged Brown]] and the fact that [[spoiler: Brown had previously been seen by both Jennifer and player as a full grown animal (that would have been hard to put in a bag while still living) up to that point in the game,]] [[spoiler: Brown was put into the bag after his killing.]] However we are shown during the true ending that [[spoiler: Brown was actually a puppy when the events took place. (Similarly how Jennifer was actually a young girl.]] That brief moment in the opening then gains some meaning. This means, under the orders of [[spoiler: Wendy]], Diana Meg and Eleanor [[spoiler: kidnapped a defensiveness defenseless puppy, shoved it in a bag, took it to the attic, and hit it to death with hammers.]] The fact that three girls can be fooled into [[spoiler: killing a puppy]] is both incredibly disturbing and utterly heart wrenching at the same time.
4th Sep '15 3:18:34 PM Minni128
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* There is a scene that is very easily missed in the opening. Remember the moment where Diana Meg and Eleanor are shown hammering the coffin? Well right before that there is a moment showing them [[spoiler: hammering a bag in the attic.]] By the end of the game we know that [[spoiler: Wendy and the rest of the aristocrats killed Brown.]] We're never told how they do this in the game itself and we are lead to assume that, because of the cut scene that's shows [[spoiler: the imps (the darkest form the rest of the orphans take in Jennifer's head) sweeping a non-bagged Brown]] and the fact that [[spoiler: Brown had previously been seen by both Jennifer and player as a full grown animal (that would have been hard to put in a bag while still living) up to that point in the game,]] [[spoiler: Brown was put into the bag after his killing.]] However we are shown during the true ending that [[spoiler: Brown was actually a puppy when the events took place. (Similarly how Jennifer was actually a young girl.]] That brief moment in the opening then gains some meaning. This means, under the orders of [[spoiler: Wendy]], Diana Meg and Eleanor [[spoiler: kidnapped a defenceless puppy, shoved it in a bag, took it to the attic, and hit it to death with hammers.]] The fact that three girls can be fooled into [[spoiler: killing a puppy]] is both incredibly disturbing and utterly heart wrenching at the same time.

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* There is a scene that is very easily missed in the opening. Remember the moment where Diana Diana, Meg and Eleanor are shown hammering the coffin? Well right before that there is a moment showing them [[spoiler: hammering a bag in the attic.]] By the end of the game we know that [[spoiler: Wendy and the rest of the aristocrats killed Brown.]] We're never told how they do this in the game itself and we are lead to assume that, because of the cut scene that's shows [[spoiler: the imps (the darkest form the rest of the orphans take in Jennifer's head) sweeping a non-bagged Brown]] and the fact that [[spoiler: Brown had previously been seen by both Jennifer and player as a full grown animal (that would have been hard to put in a bag while still living) up to that point in the game,]] [[spoiler: Brown was put into the bag after his killing.]] However we are shown during the true ending that [[spoiler: Brown was actually a puppy when the events took place. (Similarly how Jennifer was actually a young girl.]] That brief moment in the opening then gains some meaning. This means, under the orders of [[spoiler: Wendy]], Diana Meg and Eleanor [[spoiler: kidnapped a defenceless defensiveness puppy, shoved it in a bag, took it to the attic, and hit it to death with hammers.]] The fact that three girls can be fooled into [[spoiler: killing a puppy]] is both incredibly disturbing and utterly heart wrenching at the same time.
14th Aug '14 6:03:49 PM maylove25
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* The very first imp that you encounter. At first, you can see it curled up on the ground crying, thinking it's a child, [[FaceRevealingTurn ''until it turns around'']].

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* The very first imp that you encounter. At first, you can see it curled up on the ground crying, thinking it's a child, [[FaceRevealingTurn ''until ''[[FaceRevealingTurn until it turns around'']].around]]''.
14th Aug '14 6:03:29 PM maylove25
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* The very first imp that you encounter. At first, you can see it curled up on the ground crying, thinking it's a child, ''until it turns around''.

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* The very first imp that you encounter. At first, you can see it curled up on the ground crying, thinking it's a child, [[FaceRevealingTurn ''until it turns around''.around'']].
17th Jan '14 4:33:38 PM chloelee12
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* There's something deeply unsettling about reading the catalog in SanitySlippage that is Amanda's diary.

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* There's something deeply unsettling about reading the catalog in SanitySlippage that is Amanda's diary.diary.
* There is a scene that is very easily missed in the opening. Remember the moment where Diana Meg and Eleanor are shown hammering the coffin? Well right before that there is a moment showing them [[spoiler: hammering a bag in the attic.]] By the end of the game we know that [[spoiler: Wendy and the rest of the aristocrats killed Brown.]] We're never told how they do this in the game itself and we are lead to assume that, because of the cut scene that's shows [[spoiler: the imps (the darkest form the rest of the orphans take in Jennifer's head) sweeping a non-bagged Brown]] and the fact that [[spoiler: Brown had previously been seen by both Jennifer and player as a full grown animal (that would have been hard to put in a bag while still living) up to that point in the game,]] [[spoiler: Brown was put into the bag after his killing.]] However we are shown during the true ending that [[spoiler: Brown was actually a puppy when the events took place. (Similarly how Jennifer was actually a young girl.]] That brief moment in the opening then gains some meaning. This means, under the orders of [[spoiler: Wendy]], Diana Meg and Eleanor [[spoiler: kidnapped a defenceless puppy, shoved it in a bag, took it to the attic, and hit it to death with hammers.]] The fact that three girls can be fooled into [[spoiler: killing a puppy]] is both incredibly disturbing and utterly heart wrenching at the same time.
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