History Podcast / WelcomeToNightVale

26th Aug '16 2:20:10 AM Ulysses21
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* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Lucia Tereschenko is a ghost who has haunted Night Vale's baseball diamond since before it was a baseball diamond. She eventually grew so familiar with the game she became the team's third base coach, although sometimes she has trouble picking up the balls. Aside from this, she does look like a typical ghost, described by Cecil as a "grey-skinned young woman in a tattered dress" with "pupil-less eyes." Her first appearance was quite disconcerting as all she did was stare at Cecil from very close up, but since then she has been shown to be very approachable.
24th Aug '16 3:10:40 AM Ulysses21
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* ExactWords: The Strangers and [[the Beagle Puppy]] want absolutely nothing, by which they mean they want there ''to be'' absolutely nothing.

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* ExactWords: The Strangers and [[the [[spoiler: the Beagle Puppy]] want absolutely nothing, by which they mean they want there ''to be'' absolutely nothing.
24th Aug '16 3:09:57 AM Ulysses21
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* ExactWords: The Strangers and [[the Beagle Puppy]] want absolutely nothing, by which they mean they want there ''to be'' absolutely nothing.
6th Aug '16 12:16:33 PM Qussow
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** Which isn't to say dark is good, but at least it is more permissive and less immediately hazardous than Light.
5th Aug '16 6:44:30 PM theeerieredlight
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** As of Episode 88, we know there are two Johns: John Peters, you know, the farmer and John Peter, remember, The pharmacist?
2nd Aug '16 5:19:06 PM Aiguille
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Has a sister podcast, ''Podcast/AliceIsntDead'', written by Joseph Fink, Produced by Disparition, and starring Jasika Nicole. The first episode premiered March 8th, 2016, and as of right now there isn't any connection to Night Vale other than similar themes.

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Has a As of 2016, ''Night Vale'' is part of the indie podcast network Creator/NightValePresents, where it shares space with similarly themed sister podcast, podcasts, ''Podcast/AliceIsntDead'', written by Joseph Fink, Produced by Disparition, and starring Jasika Nicole. The first episode premiered March 8th, 2016, and as of right now there isn't any connection to Night Vale other than similar themes.
''Podcast/WithinTheWires''.
23rd Jul '16 3:20:24 AM valar55
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* AbsenteeActor: In Episode 47 and most of 19B, [[spoiler:Cecil is not only absent, but [[UnPerson never even mentioned]].]] Justified in both cases, as 19B was ADayInTheLimelight for Desert Bluffs, with him and [[EvilCounterpart Kevin]] briefly switching places late into both versions of 19, while in 47 [[spoiler: [[HostileShowTakeover Kevin is hosting for Night Vale.]]]]
** Cecil is also silent throughout episode 65 after we hear him on the answering machine at the beginning, the rest of the episode dedicated to people leaving him messages.
** Episode 70A is narrated completely by Kevin and Carlos, with only brief mentions of Cecil.
** Cecil is also absent from episode 67.
25th Jun '16 12:41:06 PM Prfnoff
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* BadassBookworm: 12-year-old Tamika Flynn, who defeated the Librarians in "Summer Reading Program" by reading advanced level books such as ''CryTheBelovedCountry''. As of Episode 35, Tamika and the other Summer Reading Program survivor kids are [[spoiler:forming an army to fight against [=StrexCorp=].]]

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* BadassBookworm: 12-year-old Tamika Flynn, who defeated the Librarians in "Summer Reading Program" by reading advanced level books such as ''CryTheBelovedCountry''.''Literature/CryTheBelovedCountry''. As of Episode 35, Tamika and the other Summer Reading Program survivor kids are [[spoiler:forming an army to fight against [=StrexCorp=].]]
23rd Jun '16 9:12:09 PM JREvans
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** The 1930's is the only major divergence from the real-world timeline, where the Great Depression never happens.

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** The 1930's is one of the only few major divergence divergences from the real-world timeline, where the Great Depression never happens.
19th Jun '16 4:24:21 PM Lullabee
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* BilingualBonus: Cecil speaks a bit of Spanish in Episode 6. ("¡Muchas gracias, El Presidente! [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_P%C3%A9rez_Molina Mano dura, cabeza, y corazón]]," meaning, "Thanks, President! Firm hand, head, and heart.") There's a lot of Russian later on, when the Apache Tracker mysteriously becomes actually Native American and only capable of speaking in Russian, which Cecil often quotes verbatim.

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* BilingualBonus: Cecil speaks a bit of Spanish in Episode 6. ("¡Muchas gracias, El Presidente! [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_P%C3%A9rez_Molina org/wiki/Otto_P%C3%A9rez_Molina#Political_career Mano dura, cabeza, y corazón]]," meaning, "Thanks, President! Firm hand, head, and heart.") There's a lot of Russian later on, when the Apache Tracker mysteriously becomes actually Native American and only capable of speaking in Russian, which Cecil often quotes verbatim.
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