History NightmareFuel / WreckItRalph

24th Aug '17 8:57:16 PM Angeldeb82
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[[caption-width-right:350:For reference, [[BigCreepyCrawlies this guy's at least the size of an SUV.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:For reference, [[BigCreepyCrawlies this guy's at least the size of an SUV.]]]]
SUV]].]]



** The merging aspect is perhaps the most horrific part of their biology for the characters who have to deal with them [[spoiler:, especially if they eat a sentient being. NightmareFuel, AndIMustScream, and TearJerker all in one.]]

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** The merging aspect is perhaps the most horrific part of their biology for the characters who have to deal with them [[spoiler:, especially if they eat a sentient being. NightmareFuel, AndIMustScream, and TearJerker all in one.]]one]].



* What happens to [[TheMissingno ''actual'' glitches]] in arcade games? Are they all doomed to live lives of isolation in DummiedOut levels as long as their game is plugged in? And worse, not have anyone to call out to because glitches cannot leave their home game?

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* What happens to ''[[TheMissingno actual]]'' [[TheMissingno ''actual'' glitches]] in arcade games? Are they all doomed to live lives of isolation in DummiedOut levels as long as their game is plugged in? And worse, not have anyone to call out to because glitches cannot leave their home game?



* Some additional FridgeHorror: Remember the scene where Ralph throws his medal at the screen and dislodges the "out of order" sign? That sign isn't part of the game. ''Video game characters and objects can interact with real, physical objects.'' Man, it's a good thing the game world doesn't include any murderous psychopaths or mindlessly destructive monsters. [[OhWait Oh, wait]].

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* Some additional FridgeHorror: Remember the scene where Ralph throws his medal at the screen and dislodges the "out of order" sign? That sign isn't part of the game. ''Video game characters and objects can interact with real, physical objects.'' Man, it's a good thing the game world doesn't include any murderous psychopaths or mindlessly destructive monsters. [[OhWait Oh, wait]].OhWait.



* More FridgeHorror for you. King Candy's explanation about what will happen to glitches if the plug is pulled easily explains why, with PC games, some glitches can be fixed simply by reinstalling the game. Non-glitched characters can presumably escape and seek refuge somewhere until the game is reinstalled, at which point they return, which is why they are still present when the game is installed again. But the reason the glitches are gone is because in the process of uninstalling you [[YouBastard killed them horribly!]]
** A positive note: Don't forget patches. Which heal major game problems without needing to uninstall, as well as add new content. Just imagine if Sugar Rush was for the PC, and Vanellope wakes up one morning to find out she's not only not glitched anymore but has new racetracks and new racers. On the other hand, it would be pretty disorienting to suddenly find oneself in a new clothes and everyone acting different. Kinda of like LiveAction/TheTwilightZone...

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* More FridgeHorror for you. King Candy's explanation about what will happen to glitches if the plug is pulled easily explains why, with PC games, some glitches can be fixed simply by reinstalling the game. Non-glitched characters can presumably escape and seek refuge somewhere until the game is reinstalled, at which point they return, which is why they are still present when the game is installed again. But the reason the glitches are gone is because in the process of uninstalling you [[YouBastard killed them horribly!]]
horribly]]!
** A positive note: Don't forget patches. Which heal major game problems without needing to uninstall, as well as add new content. Just imagine if Sugar Rush was for the PC, and Vanellope wakes up one morning to find out she's not only not glitched anymore but has new racetracks and new racers. On the other hand, it would be pretty disorienting to suddenly find oneself in a new clothes and everyone acting different. Kinda of like LiveAction/TheTwilightZone...Franchise/TheTwilightZone...



---->[[spoiler:'''King Candy/Turbo:''' [[ItsAllAboutMe I'm Turbo, the greatest racer ever!]] And I did not [[RealityWarper reprogram this world]] to let [[LittleMissBadass YOU]], and that ''[[TheHero HALITOSIS RIDDEN WARTHOG]]'' '' '''[[VillainousBreakdown TAKE IT AWAY FROM ME!!]]''' '']]

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---->[[spoiler:'''King Candy/Turbo:''' [[ItsAllAboutMe I'm Turbo, the greatest racer ever!]] And I did not [[RealityWarper reprogram this world]] to let [[LittleMissBadass YOU]], and that ''[[TheHero HALITOSIS RIDDEN WARTHOG]]'' '' '''[[VillainousBreakdown '''''[[VillainousBreakdown TAKE IT AWAY FROM ME!!]]''' '']]ME!!]]''''']]



** "I should thank you.......Buuuuut it'd be more fun to kill you!".

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** "I should thank you.......Buuuuut it'd be more fun to kill you!".you!"



* These [[http://s265.photobucket.com/user/love_ookami/media/WreckItRalph_1__0003_zps93287411.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0#/user/love_ookami/media/WreckItRalph_1__0003_zps93287411.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0&_suid=136734297000606880769035417829 two]] [[http://s265.photobucket.com/user/love_ookami/media/WreckItRalph_1__0002_zps08250758.jpg.html?sort=3&o=1 lovely]] [[FreezeFrameBonus freeze frame bonuses]] of [[spoiler:Turbo's reveal]]. Sweet dreams!

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* These [[http://s265.photobucket.com/user/love_ookami/media/WreckItRalph_1__0003_zps93287411.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0#/user/love_ookami/media/WreckItRalph_1__0003_zps93287411.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0&_suid=136734297000606880769035417829 two]] [[http://s265.photobucket.com/user/love_ookami/media/WreckItRalph_1__0002_zps08250758.jpg.html?sort=3&o=1 lovely]] [[FreezeFrameBonus freeze {{freeze frame bonuses]] bonus}}es of [[spoiler:Turbo's reveal]]. Sweet dreams!



** It also demonstrates how damn aware King Candy is of [[spoiler: the morbid situations he creates for other video game characters for the sake of his own self obsession, especially with how dark and thorough the whole ImagineSpot is and how King Candy indirectly details the repercussions of all his past actions with fake concern he knew to be expected from a good guy, he even knows the term "going Turbo". Add to that how gleefully sadistic and murderous a bastard Turbo proves to be towards characters that try to steal his spotlight, it suggests he wasn't just apathetic to dooming other game characters to deletion in his actions, he outright took cruel enjoyment thinking about it.]]

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** It also demonstrates how damn aware King Candy is of [[spoiler: the morbid situations he creates for other video game characters for the sake of his own self obsession, especially with how dark and thorough the whole ImagineSpot is and how King Candy indirectly details the repercussions of all his past actions with fake concern he knew to be expected from a good guy, he even knows the term "going Turbo". Add to that how gleefully sadistic and murderous a bastard Turbo proves to be towards characters that try to steal his spotlight, it suggests he wasn't just apathetic to dooming other game characters to deletion in his actions, he outright took cruel enjoyment thinking about it.]]it]].



** Even more FridgeHorror for you all. After the Cybug [[spoiler: ate King Candy/Turbo, he fused with it]], right? So imagine what Calhoun might have been shooting at after [[spoiler: her fiancee was eaten during the wedding.]]
* [[spoiler: The part where King candy tries to]][[spoiler: [[MoralEventHorizon beat Vanellope to death with a car part]]. It just shows how [[AdultFear vulnerable]] she is to danger.]]

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** Even more FridgeHorror for you all. After the Cybug [[spoiler: ate King Candy/Turbo, he fused with it]], right? So imagine what Calhoun might have been shooting at after [[spoiler: her fiancee was eaten during the wedding.]]
wedding]].
* [[spoiler: The part where King candy tries to]][[spoiler: to [[MoralEventHorizon beat Vanellope to death with a car part]]. It just shows how [[AdultFear vulnerable]] she is to danger.]]



* The flashback of Turbo invading the usurping racing game. Note that unlike [[spoiler: his Sugar Rush invasion where he pragmatically disguises himself to function in the game, here he just spazzes the game, distracting the players and even attacking and glitching the racers. He wasn't just trying to take over the game, [[IfICantHaveYou he was trying to sabotage it and put it out of action out of spite for stealing his thunder.]] It's even creepier after getting a video game perspective of Turbo doing the exact same thing to Vanellope as he did the racer.]]

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* The flashback of Turbo invading the usurping racing game. Note that unlike [[spoiler: his Sugar Rush invasion where he pragmatically disguises himself to function in the game, here he just spazzes the game, distracting the players and even attacking and glitching the racers. He wasn't just trying to take over the game, [[IfICantHaveYou he was trying to sabotage it and put it out of action out of spite for stealing his thunder.]] thunder]]. It's even creepier after getting a video game perspective of Turbo doing the exact same thing to Vanellope as he did the racer.]]racer]].



** [[http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/#http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/ candycaneforest-lurker]]. Another RP blog, this time featuring an ''[[UpToEleven extremely]]'' [[UpToEleven jacked-up]] version of King Candybug (who is referred to here as Lord Candycane or Lurker). The main "story" of this blog is that after the events of [[Disney/WreckItRalph the film]], Turbo/King Candy respawned in ''Sugar Rush'', due to him programming himself into the game. However, since the coding of the Cybug that ate him is now mixed in with his own, he respawned as the Cybug monster he appeared as in the movie's climax. Unable to show himself to the gamers, he haunts the epynomous [[DontGoInTheWoods Candycane Forest]], a [[EldritchLocation permanently glitched]] part of ''Sugar Rush'', plotting his revenge against Vanellope and Ralph. Most of his [=RPs=] usually involve other bloggers' [=OCs=] getting lost in the woods, only to be discovered by Lurker. He'll seem [[AffablyEvil friendly enough]] at first: after a bit of polite chitchat with the characters, [[DidYouJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu he'll invite them to his lair for tea.]] It's only after they've had [[ASpotOfTea several cups of sickeningly-sweet "Lollipop Twist" tea]] and [[YourFavorite a slice or two of the character's favorite flavor of cake]] that the unfortunate [=RPer=] finds out what Lurker ''really'' meant by [[ToServeMan "I'd love to have you for tea"...]]

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** [[http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/#http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/ candycaneforest-lurker]]. Another RP blog, this time featuring an ''[[UpToEleven extremely]]'' [[UpToEleven jacked-up]] version of King Candybug (who is referred to here as Lord Candycane or Lurker). The main "story" of this blog is that after the events of [[Disney/WreckItRalph the film]], Turbo/King Candy respawned in ''Sugar Rush'', due to him programming himself into the game. However, since the coding of the Cybug that ate him is now mixed in with his own, he respawned as the Cybug monster he appeared as in the movie's climax. Unable to show himself to the gamers, he haunts the epynomous [[DontGoInTheWoods Candycane Forest]], a [[EldritchLocation permanently glitched]] part of ''Sugar Rush'', plotting his revenge against Vanellope and Ralph. Most of his [=RPs=] usually involve other bloggers' [=OCs=] getting lost in the woods, only to be discovered by Lurker. He'll seem [[AffablyEvil friendly enough]] at first: after a bit of polite chitchat with the characters, [[DidYouJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu [[DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu he'll invite them to his lair for tea.]] tea]]. It's only after they've had [[ASpotOfTea several cups of sickeningly-sweet "Lollipop Twist" tea]] and [[YourFavorite a slice or two of the character's favorite flavor of cake]] that the unfortunate [=RPer=] finds out what Lurker ''really'' meant by [[ToServeMan "I'd love to have you for tea"...]]tea"]]...



*** Really, that whole trip could warrant its own page. It begins with Viola arriving at a Pokemon Center in the midst of the insanity, with everyone seeking shelter and panicking in the confusion. Someone notices that Calem is behaving strangely. Then, his [[FacialHorror mouth and eyes start bleeding]] and a freaking ''swarm'' of tentacles burst out of his head. An invariable swarm of Lovecraftian Pokemon proceed to wreck up the place, including an Espurr that makes Serena, Tierno, Shauna and Trevor's heads explode with its psychic powers, nearly doing the same to Viola until her Vivillon knocks her away...and it's implied that this resulted in the Vivillon being corrupted as well, seeing as she proceeds to kill Viola with [[TheSwarm Infestation]]. Things start looking up toward the end of it all, when [[TheHighQueen Diantha]] leads a rebellion of survivors against Creeper. [[HopeSpot This lasts about five seconds]] before Creeper decides to bring a warped and horrifying looking version of [[spoiler:ARCEUS]] into the mix. That's right, Creeper managed to [[spoiler:corrupt ''GOD'']]. The truly ''[[TearsOfFear terrified]]'' look of defeat on Diantha's face as [[spoiler:Arceus]] emerges is both this and a TearJerker, and the only saving grace at this point is that [[spoiler:Arceus]] proceeds to [[HolyHandGrenade put them all out of their misery immediately afterward]].

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*** Really, that whole trip could warrant its own page. It begins with Viola arriving at a Pokemon Center in the midst of the insanity, with everyone seeking shelter and panicking in the confusion. Someone notices that Calem is behaving strangely. Then, his [[FacialHorror mouth and eyes start bleeding]] and a freaking ''swarm'' of tentacles burst out of his head. An invariable swarm of Lovecraftian Pokemon proceed to wreck up the place, including an Espurr that makes Serena, Tierno, Shauna and Trevor's heads explode with its psychic powers, nearly doing the same to Viola until her Vivillon knocks her away...and it's implied that this resulted in the Vivillon being corrupted as well, seeing as she proceeds to kill Viola with [[TheSwarm Infestation]]. Things start looking up toward the end of it all, when [[TheHighQueen Diantha]] leads a rebellion of survivors against Creeper. [[HopeSpot This lasts about five seconds]] before Creeper decides to bring a warped and horrifying looking version of [[spoiler:ARCEUS]] into the mix. That's right, Creeper managed to [[spoiler:corrupt ''GOD'']]. The truly ''[[TearsOfFear terrified]]'' ''{{te|arsOfFear}}rrified'' look of defeat on Diantha's face as [[spoiler:Arceus]] emerges is both this and a TearJerker, and the only saving grace at this point is that [[spoiler:Arceus]] proceeds to [[HolyHandGrenade put them all out of their misery immediately afterward]].
10th Aug '17 5:03:36 PM E1craZ4life
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** Ralph himself points out how lucky he is to have 30 years under his belt without having been plugged out. Who's to say other Fix-it Felix games haven't been, as Litwak put it, "put out to pasture"?

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** Ralph himself points out how lucky he is to have 30 years under his belt without having been plugged out. Who's to say other Fix-it Felix games haven't been, as Litwak put it, "put out to pasture"?pasture"?[[note]]Like his nana![[/note]]
31st Jul '17 10:59:46 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* [[ParanoiaFuel Surge Protector is the Game Central Station]].

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* [[ParanoiaFuel Surge Protector is [[GeniusLoci is]] the Game Central Station]].Station. [[ParanoiaFuel He is everywhere]].



** Whats also scary about the Cybugs in Sugar Rush is that yes they do look like ridiculous candy coated CuteMachines but they are just as violent as the ones in Hero's Duty.

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** Whats What's also scary about the Cybugs in Sugar Rush is that yes that, yes, they do look like ridiculous candy coated CuteMachines but they are just as violent as the ones in Hero's Duty.



* So, if you die in another game, you're GONE. Your home game will suddenly be without a major character. If that character is the hero or the villain, center of the entire game, that's a quick ticket to OUT-OF-ORDER for your entire home game. Ralph's wanderlust could have doomed his entire home game, especially if he had managed to get himself killed.
* The whole flashback as Felix describes [[spoiler: Turbo's story]], especially at the end when the arcades are wheeled out. The angle and music make it look like a funeral march. And considering these arcades are virtually individual worlds with sentient inhabitants, that's not too far from the truth.

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* So, if If you die in another game, game other than your own, you're GONE. Your home game will suddenly be without a major character. If that character is the hero or the villain, center of the entire game, that's a quick ticket to OUT-OF-ORDER for your entire home game. Ralph's wanderlust could have doomed his entire home game, especially if he had managed to get himself killed.
* The whole flashback as Felix describes [[spoiler: Turbo's story]], especially at the end when the arcades are wheeled out. The angle and music make it look like a funeral march. And march, and considering these arcades are virtually individual worlds with sentient inhabitants, that's not too far from the truth.



* Markowski, the soldier from ''Hero's Duty''. After only a ''week'' of being plugged in, he's completely shell shocked and petrified out of his wits by the thought of fighting Cy-Bugs. He's walking into walls and reciting a MadnessMantra, the sight of a tiny insect enough to make him scream in terror. A normal playthrough is clearly hell on Earth for him -- and yet that's exactly what he'll be forced to do, over and over and over, until the day their game is unplugged.

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* Markowski, the soldier from ''Hero's Duty''. After only a ''week'' of being plugged in, he's completely shell shocked and petrified out of his wits by the thought of fighting Cy-Bugs. He's walking into walls and reciting a MadnessMantra, the sight of a tiny insect is enough to make him scream in terror. A normal playthrough is clearly hell on Earth for him -- and yet that's exactly what he'll be forced to do, over and over and over, until the day their his game is unplugged.



** Technically, it's worse for Calhoun -- Markowski, as one of hundreds of generic soldiers, could presumably take the occasional day off for a therapy session and no one would notice. But Calhoun is a major game character guiding the player -- no matter how scared, hurt, or emotionally compromised she is, she ''has'' to be there.
*** Which is a beautiful, if morbid, sentiment in its own right; she is a soldier, an officer of war in the name of peace. Through hell and high water, rain and hail, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers glitches and power outages]], she has a duty. [[TitleDrop A Hero's Duty.]] Calhoun is the real hero of Hero's Duty.

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** Technically, it's worse for Calhoun -- Markowski, as one of hundreds of generic soldiers, could presumably take the occasional day off for a therapy session and no one would notice. But Calhoun ''Calhoun'' is a major game character guiding the player -- no matter how scared, hurt, or emotionally compromised she is, she ''has'' to be there.
*** Which is
there. It's a beautiful, if morbid, sentiment in its own right; she is a soldier, an officer of war in the name of peace. Through hell and high water, rain and hail, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers glitches and power outages]], she has a duty. [[TitleDrop A Hero's Duty.]] Calhoun is the real hero of Hero's Duty.Duty because she endures all these horrors without hope of relief.



** This is further supported by the changes [[spoiler: Turbo]] made to Sugar Rush: it wasn't just the citizens' memories he locked away, it was the player's too! [[spoiler: Turbo]] can make people in the real world forget Vanellope and accept him as the rightful ruler - what else is he capable of?
*** He didn't make the player's forget her. It's stated near the beginning that the lineup of racers changes daily. Someone would only notice Vanellope missing if they played every day and began wondering why she never appeared as a racer anymore.
** And only adds to the horror that TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou if anything got loose...
** May be a little less nightmare fuel-ish when you consider it would take a lot of strength and/or planning to even reach the screen, considering how high up it is. The screen being able to shake doesn't mean it's fragile either. It could very well be difficult to break. And of course, the characters would have to be able to fit through. A big guy like Ralph, for example, would be unlikely to get through that screen.
** Even if anything like a Cy-Bug got loose, it'd probably be the size of a fly. While one is just a flyswatter away from death, an army of them is pretty much just a swarm of bees eating everything they can get a hold of, unless someone shines a light somewhere. So an army of Cy-Bugs isn't ''that'' big of a deal.
** Except that light itself doesn't kill Cy-Bugs; just attracts them, and even then 'only' when in the form of a beacon. The Beacon in Hero's Duty was either HardLight, or a bright energy beam, either of which would destroy them physically - the improvised Beacon created in Sugar Rush was basically an extra-hot/bright drink eruption. In the real world, aside from bug zappers, there aren't too many bright lights that act like those beacons... so while they might not get to extreme levels, their potential to wreck havoc is still considerable, similar to swarms of pests inside homes.

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** This is further supported by the changes [[spoiler: Turbo]] made to Sugar Rush: it wasn't just the citizens' memories he locked away, it was the player's too! [[spoiler: Turbo]] can make people in the real world forget Vanellope and accept him as the rightful ruler - what else is he capable of?
*** He didn't make the player's forget her. It's stated near the beginning that the lineup of racers changes daily. Someone would only notice Vanellope missing if they played every day and began wondering why she never appeared as a racer anymore.
** And only adds to the horror that
TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou if anything got loose...
** May be a little less nightmare fuel-ish when you consider it would take a lot of strength and/or planning to even reach the screen, considering how high up it is. The screen being able to shake doesn't mean it's fragile either. It could very well be difficult to break. And of course, the characters would have to be able to fit through. A big guy like Ralph, for example, would be unlikely to get through that screen.
** Even if anything like a Cy-Bug got loose, it'd probably be the size of a fly. While one is just a flyswatter away from death, an army of them is pretty much just a swarm of bees eating everything they can get a hold of, unless someone shines a of. If you think any old light somewhere. So an army of Cy-Bugs isn't ''that'' big of a deal.
** Except that light itself doesn't kill Cy-Bugs; just attracts
is going to stop them, and even then 'only' when in the form of a beacon. The Beacon in Hero's Duty was either HardLight, or a bright energy beam, either of which would destroy them physically - the improvised Beacon created in Sugar Rush was basically an extra-hot/bright drink eruption.think again. In the real world, aside from bug zappers, there aren't too many bright lights that act like those beacons... so while they might not get to extreme levels, their potential to wreck havoc is still considerable, similar to swarms of pests inside homes.



** If Litwak's has wifi, they could theoretically all evacuate into the Internet.
*** Which makes it even scarier if the Cybugs weren't stopped. As Calhoun mentioned, they would continue to infect more and more places granted they have a connection to do so.
*** It's likely Calhoun would blow up the exit to Hero's Duty in the case of an expected unplugging. Unless you just meant cy-bugs escaping in general.



* There's a brief scene after Ralph's rampage around the track where we see one of the candy audience members ''[[LosingYourHead chasing after its own rolling head!]]'' It's PlayedForLaughs. [[BlackComedy Extremely dark laughs]], though.
* More FridgeHorror for you. King Candy's explanation about what will happen to glitches if the plug is pulled easily explains why with PC games some glitches can be fixed simply by reinstalling the game. Non-glitched characters can presumably escape and seek refuge somewhere until the game is reinstalled, at which point they return, which is why they are still present when the game is installed again. But the reason the glitches are gone is because in the process of uninstalling you [[NiceJobBreakingItHero killed them horribly!]]
** A positive note: Don't forget patches. Which heal major game problems without needing to uninstall, as well as add new content. Just imagine if Sugar Rush was for the PC, and Vanellope wakes up one morning to find out she's not only not glitched anymore but has new racetracks and new racers.

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* There's a brief scene after Ralph's rampage around the track where we see one of the candy audience members ''[[LosingYourHead chasing after its own rolling head!]]'' It's PlayedForLaughs. [[BlackComedy Extremely dark laughs]], though.
but it is basically a monster appearing out of nowhere and injuring spectators.
* More FridgeHorror for you. King Candy's explanation about what will happen to glitches if the plug is pulled easily explains why why, with PC games games, some glitches can be fixed simply by reinstalling the game. Non-glitched characters can presumably escape and seek refuge somewhere until the game is reinstalled, at which point they return, which is why they are still present when the game is installed again. But the reason the glitches are gone is because in the process of uninstalling you [[NiceJobBreakingItHero [[YouBastard killed them horribly!]]
** A positive note: Don't forget patches. Which heal major game problems without needing to uninstall, as well as add new content. Just imagine if Sugar Rush was for the PC, and Vanellope wakes up one morning to find out she's not only not glitched anymore but has new racetracks and new racers. On the other hand, it would be pretty disorienting to suddenly find oneself in a new clothes and everyone acting different. Kinda of like LiveAction/TheTwilightZone...



*** [[WhatCouldHaveBeen And yet]] [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/wreckitralph/images/8/8a/Bug_turbo1.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20140525034934 he could have been worse.]][[labelnote:note]]people who are easily scared may not want to click; this troper nearly shit her pants.[[/labelnote]]
* Some more FridgeHorror: If characters always come back to life in their own games and [[spoiler: Turbo programmed himself into Sugar Rush...]].
** [[spoiler: Presumably his code's insertion into Sugar Rush was purged when the game reset and updated with Vanellope's first crossing of that finish line in probably decades. He doesn't exist anymore. Which... [[CessationOfExistence is kind of worse in a way]].]]
*** [[spoiler: It's also possible he would've been history even without the reset, as he was part-Cybug at that point, which would've made him alien to Sugar Rush since Cybugs are definitely not native.]]

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*** [[WhatCouldHaveBeen And yet]] [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/wreckitralph/images/8/8a/Bug_turbo1.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20140525034934 he could have been worse.]][[labelnote:note]]people who are easily scared may not want to click; this troper nearly shit her pants.[[/labelnote]]
* Some more FridgeHorror: If characters always come back to life in their own games and [[spoiler: Turbo programmed himself into Sugar Rush...]].
** [[spoiler: Presumably his code's insertion into Sugar Rush was purged when the game reset and updated with Vanellope's first crossing of that finish line in probably decades. He doesn't exist anymore. Which... [[CessationOfExistence is kind of worse in a way]].]]
*** [[spoiler: It's also possible he would've been history even without the reset, as he was part-Cybug at that point, which would've made him alien to Sugar Rush since Cybugs are definitely not native.]]
click.[[/labelnote]]



** [[http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/#http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/ candycaneforest-lurker]]. Another RP blog, this time featuring an ''[[UpToEleven extremely]]'' [[UpToEleven jacked-up]] version of King Candybug (who is referred to here as Lord Candycane or Lurker). The main "story" of this blog is that after the events of [[Disney/WreckItRalph the film]], Turbo/King Candy respawned in ''Sugar Rush'', due to him programming himself into the game. However, since the coding of the Cybug that ate him is now mixed in with his own, he respawned as the Cybug monster he appeared as in the movie's climax. Unable to show himself to the gamers, he haunts the epynomous [[DontGoInTheWoods Candycane Forest]], a [[EldritchLocation permanently glitched]] part of ''Sugar Rush'', plotting his revenge against Vanellope and Ralph. Most of his [=RPs=] usually involve other bloggers' [=OCs=] getting lost in the woods, only to be discovered by Lurker. He'll seem [[AffablyEvil friendly enough]] at first: after a bit of polite chitchat with the characters, [[DidYouJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu he'll invite them to his lair for tea.]] It's only after they've had [[ASpotOfTea several cups of sickeningly-sweet "Lollipop Twist" tea]] and [[YourFavorite a slice or two of the character's favorite flavor of cake]] that the unfortunate [=RPer=] finds out what Lurker ''really'' meant by [[ImAHumanitarian "I'd love to have you for tea"...]]

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** [[http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/#http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/ candycaneforest-lurker]]. Another RP blog, this time featuring an ''[[UpToEleven extremely]]'' [[UpToEleven jacked-up]] version of King Candybug (who is referred to here as Lord Candycane or Lurker). The main "story" of this blog is that after the events of [[Disney/WreckItRalph the film]], Turbo/King Candy respawned in ''Sugar Rush'', due to him programming himself into the game. However, since the coding of the Cybug that ate him is now mixed in with his own, he respawned as the Cybug monster he appeared as in the movie's climax. Unable to show himself to the gamers, he haunts the epynomous [[DontGoInTheWoods Candycane Forest]], a [[EldritchLocation permanently glitched]] part of ''Sugar Rush'', plotting his revenge against Vanellope and Ralph. Most of his [=RPs=] usually involve other bloggers' [=OCs=] getting lost in the woods, only to be discovered by Lurker. He'll seem [[AffablyEvil friendly enough]] at first: after a bit of polite chitchat with the characters, [[DidYouJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu he'll invite them to his lair for tea.]] It's only after they've had [[ASpotOfTea several cups of sickeningly-sweet "Lollipop Twist" tea]] and [[YourFavorite a slice or two of the character's favorite flavor of cake]] that the unfortunate [=RPer=] finds out what Lurker ''really'' meant by [[ImAHumanitarian [[ToServeMan "I'd love to have you for tea"...]]
25th Jun '17 4:01:45 PM Awesomo3000
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* [[spoiler: Turbo. His attitude, his demeanor, and his physical appearance. He's responsible for destroying two entire worlds, and all because of his ego.]]
** [[spoiler: The scene where he is attacking Vanellope, and his true form is revealed. All the closeups of his glitching, screaming face (with pale skin and yellow teeth) are quite intense, and very jarring compared to what King Candy had been like up to this point.]]

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* [[spoiler: Turbo. Just... ''Turbo.'' His attitude, his demeanor, and his physical appearance. He's responsible for destroying two entire worlds, and all because of his ego.]]
** [[spoiler: The scene where he is attacking Vanellope, and his true form is revealed. All the closeups of his glitching, screaming face (with pale skin and yellow teeth) are quite intense, and very jarring compared to what King Candy had been like up to this point.]] Vanellope is pressed up against her seat in sheer terror and who can blame her?]]



*** [[spoiler:...And right after that line, he flips her car over and tries to ram the poor little girl headfirst into a stalagmite dividing a fork in the road. If you hated smashing into those things then, you really gotta hate them now.]]

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*** [[spoiler:...And right after that line, he flips her car over and [[WouldHurtAChild tries to ram the poor little girl headfirst into a stalagmite dividing a fork in the road.road]]. If you hated smashing into those things then, you really gotta hate them now.]]
13th Jun '17 2:00:19 AM Jonnybeng
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* The movie puts unsettling emphasis on characters whose psychosis are completely wracked from being stuck as a (usually) unchangeable program in a video game. It's creepy how vindictive or bitter some get towards other characters [[JustFollowingOrders simply for being other bits of the program at their expense]] (Gene for example, obsessively getting Ralph ostracised by everyone in Fix-It-Felix, out of petty spite for simply being the part programmed to throw him off the level building every game) while other characters such as Turbo just seem to completely and utterly lose their mind and even find ways to reprogram and destroy the game, in a way of rebelling against the creators.]]

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* The movie puts unsettling emphasis on characters whose psychosis are completely wracked from being stuck as a (usually) unchangeable program in a video game. It's creepy how vindictive or bitter some get towards other characters [[JustFollowingOrders simply for being other bits of the program at their expense]] (Gene for example, obsessively getting Ralph ostracised by everyone in Fix-It-Felix, out of petty spite for simply being the part programmed to throw him off the level building every game) while other characters such as Turbo just seem to completely and utterly lose their mind and even find ways to reprogram and destroy the game, in a way of [[RageAgainstTheAuthor rebelling against the creators.]]
10th Jun '17 6:44:26 PM CJCroen1393
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*** Really, that whole trip could warrant its own page. It begins with Viola arriving at a Pokemon Center in the midst of the insanity, with everyone seeking shelter and panicking in the confusion. Someone notices that Calem is behaving strangely. Then, his [[FacialHorror mouth and eyes start bleeding]] and a freaking ''swarm'' of tentacles burst out of his head. An invariable swarm of Lovecraftian Pokemon proceed to wreck up the place, including an Espurr that makes Serena, Tierno, Shauna and Trevor's heads explode with its psychic powers, nearly doing the same to Viola until her Vivillon knocks her away...and it's implied that this resulted in the Vivillon being corrupted as well, seeing as she proceeds to kill Viola with [[TheSwarm Infestation]]. Things start looking up toward the end of it all, when [[TheHighQueen Diantha]] leads a rebellion of survivors against Creeper. [[HopeSpot This lasts about five seconds]] before Creeper decides to bring a warped and horrifying looking version of [[spoiler:ARCEUS]] into the mix. That's right, Creeper managed to [[spoiler:corrupt ''GOD'']]. The truly ''[[TearsOfFear terrified]]'' look of defeat on Diantha's face as [[spoiler:Arceus]] emerges is both this and a TearJerker, and the only saving grace at this point is that [[spoiler:Arceus]] proceeds to [[HolyHandGrenade put them all out of their misery immediately afterward]].

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*** Really, that whole trip could warrant its own page. It begins with Viola arriving at a Pokemon Center in the midst of the insanity, with everyone seeking shelter and panicking in the confusion. Someone notices that Calem is behaving strangely. Then, his [[FacialHorror mouth and eyes start bleeding]] and a freaking ''swarm'' of tentacles burst out of his head. An invariable swarm of Lovecraftian Pokemon proceed to wreck up the place, including an Espurr that makes Serena, Tierno, Shauna and Trevor's heads explode with its psychic powers, nearly doing the same to Viola until her Vivillon knocks her away...and it's implied that this resulted in the Vivillon being corrupted as well, seeing as she proceeds to kill Viola with [[TheSwarm Infestation]]. Things start looking up toward the end of it all, when [[TheHighQueen Diantha]] leads a rebellion of survivors against Creeper. [[HopeSpot This lasts about five seconds]] before Creeper decides to bring a warped and horrifying looking version of [[spoiler:ARCEUS]] into the mix. That's right, Creeper managed to [[spoiler:corrupt ''GOD'']]. The truly ''[[TearsOfFear terrified]]'' look of defeat on Diantha's face as [[spoiler:Arceus]] emerges is both this and a TearJerker, and the only saving grace at this point is that [[spoiler:Arceus]] proceeds to [[HolyHandGrenade put them all out of their misery immediately afterward]].afterward]].
*** The aforementioned look of defeat has a touch of [[DespairEventHorizon "God has abandoned us"]] to it. Which is especially terrifying because [[spoiler:that's ''literally'' what happened in this case]].
10th Jun '17 4:30:35 PM nombretomado
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** [[http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/#http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/ candycaneforest-lurker]]. Another RP blog, this time featuring an ''[[UpToEleven extremely]]'' [[UpToEleven jacked-up]] version of King Candybug (who is referred to here as Lord Candycane or Lurker). The main "story" of this blog is that after the events of [[WreckItRalph the film]], Turbo/King Candy respawned in ''Sugar Rush'', due to him programming himself into the game. However, since the coding of the Cybug that ate him is now mixed in with his own, he respawned as the Cybug monster he appeared as in the movie's climax. Unable to show himself to the gamers, he haunts the epynomous [[DontGoInTheWoods Candycane Forest]], a [[EldritchLocation permanently glitched]] part of ''Sugar Rush'', plotting his revenge against Vanellope and Ralph. Most of his [=RPs=] usually involve other bloggers' [=OCs=] getting lost in the woods, only to be discovered by Lurker. He'll seem [[AffablyEvil friendly enough]] at first: after a bit of polite chitchat with the characters, [[DidYouJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu he'll invite them to his lair for tea.]] It's only after they've had [[ASpotOfTea several cups of sickeningly-sweet "Lollipop Twist" tea]] and [[YourFavorite a slice or two of the character's favorite flavor of cake]] that the unfortunate [=RPer=] finds out what Lurker ''really'' meant by [[ImAHumanitarian "I'd love to have you for tea"...]]

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** [[http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/#http://candycaneforest-lurker.tumblr.com/ candycaneforest-lurker]]. Another RP blog, this time featuring an ''[[UpToEleven extremely]]'' [[UpToEleven jacked-up]] version of King Candybug (who is referred to here as Lord Candycane or Lurker). The main "story" of this blog is that after the events of [[WreckItRalph [[Disney/WreckItRalph the film]], Turbo/King Candy respawned in ''Sugar Rush'', due to him programming himself into the game. However, since the coding of the Cybug that ate him is now mixed in with his own, he respawned as the Cybug monster he appeared as in the movie's climax. Unable to show himself to the gamers, he haunts the epynomous [[DontGoInTheWoods Candycane Forest]], a [[EldritchLocation permanently glitched]] part of ''Sugar Rush'', plotting his revenge against Vanellope and Ralph. Most of his [=RPs=] usually involve other bloggers' [=OCs=] getting lost in the woods, only to be discovered by Lurker. He'll seem [[AffablyEvil friendly enough]] at first: after a bit of polite chitchat with the characters, [[DidYouJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu he'll invite them to his lair for tea.]] It's only after they've had [[ASpotOfTea several cups of sickeningly-sweet "Lollipop Twist" tea]] and [[YourFavorite a slice or two of the character's favorite flavor of cake]] that the unfortunate [=RPer=] finds out what Lurker ''really'' meant by [[ImAHumanitarian "I'd love to have you for tea"...]]
18th May '17 2:11:16 PM Psi001
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* The movie puts unsettling emphasis on characters whose psychosis are completely wracked from being stuck as a (usually) unchangeable program in a video game. It's creepy how vindictive or bitter some get towards other characters [[JustFollowingOrders simply for being other bits of the program at their expense]] (Gene for example, obsessively getting Ralph ostracised by everyone in Fix-It-Felix, out of petty spite for simply being the part programmed to throw him off the level building every game) while other characters such as Turbo just seem to completely and utterly lose their mind and even find ways to reprogram and destroy the game, in a way of rebelling against the creators.]]
18th May '17 1:50:33 PM Psi001
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** It also demonstrates how damn aware King Candy is of [[spoiler: the morbid situations he creates for other video game characters for the sake of his own self obsession, especially with how dark and thorough the whole ImagineSpot is and how King Candy indirectly details the repercussions of all his past actions with fake concern he knew to be expected from a good guy. Add to that how gleefully sadistic and murderous a bastard Turbo proves to be towards characters that try to steal his spotlight, it suggests he wasn't just apathetic to dooming other game characters to deletion in his actions, he outright took cruel enjoyment thinking about it.]]

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** It also demonstrates how damn aware King Candy is of [[spoiler: the morbid situations he creates for other video game characters for the sake of his own self obsession, especially with how dark and thorough the whole ImagineSpot is and how King Candy indirectly details the repercussions of all his past actions with fake concern he knew to be expected from a good guy.guy, he even knows the term "going Turbo". Add to that how gleefully sadistic and murderous a bastard Turbo proves to be towards characters that try to steal his spotlight, it suggests he wasn't just apathetic to dooming other game characters to deletion in his actions, he outright took cruel enjoyment thinking about it.]]




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* The flashback of Turbo invading the usurping racing game. Note that unlike [[spoiler: his Sugar Rush invasion where he pragmatically disguises himself to function in the game, here he just spazzes the game, distracting the players and even attacking and glitching the racers. He wasn't just trying to take over the game, [[IfICantHaveYou he was trying to sabotage it and put it out of action out of spite for stealing his thunder.]] It's even creepier after getting a video game perspective of Turbo doing the exact same thing to Vanellope as he did the racer.]]
18th May '17 1:31:32 PM Psi001
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** It also demonstrates how damn aware King Candy is of [[spoiler: the morbid situations he creates for other video game characters for the sake of his own self obsession, especially with how dark and thorough the whole ImagineSpot is and how King Candy indirectly details the repercussions of all his past actions with fake concern he knew to be expected from a good guy. Add to that how gleefully sadistic and murderous a bastard Turbo proves to be towards characters that try to steal his spotlight, it suggests he wasn't just apathetic to dooming other game characters to deletion in his actions, he outright took cruel enjoyment thinking about it.]]
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