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24th Jun '16 1:27:08 AM BeastC
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[[caption-width-right:350:"Did you find what you were looking for?" "No...No, I did not."]]
9th Jun '16 2:08:49 PM BeastC
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** [[spoiler:One should also imagine the entirety of the BGC from Tex's point of view after this. Church consistently calls her a bitch, muses about her frequency to cheat, and basically how much she had made his life miserable. Considering everything we had just witnessed, no doubt Tex agrees on that last part. The last time Tex saw Alpha before Blood Gulch he was a delusional, exhausted mess. And when she arrives, she's met with a bitter, angry man who believes her to be a dishonest, cheating, greedy, and all around terrible person. It's not hard to imagine that from Tex's perspective, this is all bitterness over her failure to save Church in time. And the worst part is the Tex is most likely forced to play along with Church's delusions, acting as the physically abusive and mean person he claims her to be. All so Church doesn't have to remember all the misery he went through when he was tortured as Alpha.]]
8th Jun '16 2:27:48 PM notatrollsix
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* The explanation for just why Church's original body in Season 1 started to decompose. [[spoiler: The body actually belonged to Private "This doesn't seem physically possible" Jimmy]], who volunteered to help the war effort in any way he could. This led to Flowers having the Alpha AI implanted into his skull, overwriting his entire personality with Church's, save for a few vague memories of [[spoiler: his girlfriend (who Church construes to be Tex) and remembering that Jimmy died in pain that apparently was comparable to having his skull torn out and being beaten to death with it.]] Perhaps the biggest example of HarsherInHindsight from the Blood Gulch Chronicles.

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* The explanation for just why Church's original body in Season 1 started to decompose. [[spoiler: The body actually belonged to Private "This doesn't seem physically possible" Jimmy]], who volunteered to help the war effort in any way he could. This led to Flowers having the Alpha AI implanted into his the volunteer's skull, overwriting his their entire personality with Church's, save for a few vague memories of [[spoiler: his girlfriend (who Church construes to be Tex) and remembering that Jimmy died in pain that apparently was comparable to having his skull torn out and being beaten to death with it.]] Perhaps the biggest example of HarsherInHindsight from the Blood Gulch Chronicles.
8th Jun '16 2:19:07 PM notatrollsix
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* The explanation for just why Church's original body in Season 1 started to decompose. [[spoiler: The body actually belonged to Private "This doesn't seem physically possible" Jimmy]], who volunteered to help the war effort in any way he could. This led to Flowers having the Alpha AI implanted into his skull, overwriting his entire personality with Church's, save for a few vague memories of [[spoiler: his girlfriend (who Church construes to be Tex) and remembering that Jimmy died in pain that apparently was comparable to having his skull torn out and being beaten to death with it.]] Perhaps the biggest example of HarsherInHindsight from the Blood Gulch Chronicles.
** Another HarsherInHindsight example. For years now, some people in the fandom have believed that the original Allison was a terrible girlfriend/spouse, due to Alpha mentioning that 'Tex' used to steal his wallet and sleep around with other guys. [[spoiler: With the revelation that some of Jimmy's memories remained dormant in Alpha's new body, it may be that these memories were of Jimmy's girlfriend, so Allison and by extention, Tex have been misblamed all this time.]]
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11th May '16 2:43:58 PM GCG
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** Even worse is just how resigned Doyle sounds. He's not scared of trying to put on a brave face, or even at peace. He sounds so thouroghly convinced that this was the only way, and that he would just continue to be a burden if he survived and just takes it with a grim acceptance.
18th Dec '15 4:35:30 PM GCG
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* On a competent different note is one of the alternate endings. When Tex's ship blows up Sarge proceeds to heckle the Blues mercilessly over their losses, until he is brutally gunned down by Church. The remaining troops begin to fight to the death, resulting in everyone, even Doc, dying incredibly violent deaths. Finally, Caboose is the last one alive, and he boasts of his victory. He sounds so happy, until he works out that he is the only one left. Before he can decide how he feels about this, he is promptly crushed to death by the remains of the Motorcyle.



* On a competent different note is one of the alternate endings. When [[spoiler: Tex's ship blows up]] Sarge proceeds to [[TookALevelInJerkass heckle the Blues mercilessly over their losses]], until he is brutally gunned down by Church. The remaining troops begin to fight to the death, resulting in everyone, even Doc, dying incredibly violent deaths. Finally, Caboose is the last one alive, and he boasts of his victory. He sounds so happy, until he works out that he is the only one left. Before he can decide how he feels about this, he is promptly crushed to death by the remains of the Motorcyle.

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* On a competent different note is one of the alternate endings. When [[spoiler: Tex's ship blows up]] Sarge proceeds to [[TookALevelInJerkass heckle the Blues mercilessly over their losses]], until he is brutally gunned down by Church. The remaining troops begin to fight to the death, resulting in everyone, even Doc, dying incredibly violent deaths. Finally, Caboose is the last one alive, and he boasts of his victory. He sounds so happy, until he works out that he is the only one left. Before he can decide how he feels about this, he is promptly crushed to death by the remains of the Motorcyle.
18th Dec '15 4:34:13 PM GCG
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* On a competent different note is one of the alternate endings. When [[spoiler: Tex's ship blows up]] Sarge proceeds to [[TookALevelInJerkass heckle the Blues mercilessly over their losses]], until he is brutally gunned down by Church. The remaining troops begin to fight to the death, resulting in everyone, even Doc, dying incredibly violent deaths. Finally, Caboose is the last one alive, and he boasts of his victory. He sounds so happy, until he works out that he is the only one left. Before he can decide how he feels about this, he is promptly crushed to death by the remains of the Motorcyle.
24th Nov '15 4:33:08 AM spoonofevil
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** In addition, [[spoiler:Locus begins to show concern about the various troops that they've left behind at the Communication Tower and Crash Site Alpha, pointing out they'll be killed in the Purge as well and that many of them were former partners. However, Felix brushes this off but you can still clearly tell that Locus is struggling between his mission and his humanity.]]
20th Nov '15 3:09:28 AM Ravenhull
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* As explained in the ''Red vs Blue Fan Guidebook'', the reason for Dr Grey's personality. She was relatively normal (we get a breif view of it when she's making a log entry at the temple), but the stress of constantly putting back together the wounded, well, she just kept telling herself to go to her happy place. She lives there now.[[note]]WordOfGod: There were originally plans to have Kimball hearing Dr Grey's journals after the destruction of Harmonia, which would have started off with her normal, and shown her decent into madness, as a reminder of the toll the war has taken on people, but the just couldn't squeeze it into the time they had.[[/note]]
18th Nov '15 12:38:34 PM passivesmoking
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* Episode 5, the conversation between Tucker and Felix at the end. It shows that despite his recent jerkish attitude, Felix still has some empathy for Tucker.

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* Episode 5, the conversation between Tucker and Felix at the end. It shows that despite his recent jerkish attitude, Felix still has some empathy for Tucker. [[spoiler: Except he really doesn't and is just feigning any empathy he might be showing. He hates the BGC and is part of a scheme to commit genocide against the population of Chorus for profit]]
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