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24th Jun '17 2:56:18 PM WildKatGirl
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* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful death, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. The child's spirit then narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist. Though their narration, it is shown that they love dogs, chocolate, and silly puns, and that they still love and remember the family that took them in. In one route of the story, they help the protagonist to save the souls of their friends and family from an evil force which is trying to destroy the world, and make their brother able to love again. They only learn to kill and destroy through your influence, from what you have taught them. At the end one route, they are one of the only characters who actually criticises the player for the cruel actions they have committed, and punishes them for destroying everyone they love.[[spoiler: Chara, ''[=UnderTale=]''. Note that I actually believe this to be the case, as Chara is never confirmed to be a villain in the game, and there is a lot of evidence to the contrary. The theory is nicely summarised [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYHXpdNqdGs here.]]]]

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* A young child driven to suicide DrivenToSuicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful death, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. The child's spirit then narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist. Though their narration, it is shown that they love dogs, chocolate, and silly puns, and that they still love and remember the family that took them in. In one route of the story, they help the protagonist to save the souls of their friends and family from an evil force which is trying to destroy the world, and make their brother able to love again. They only learn to kill and destroy through your influence, from what you have taught them. At the end one route, they are one of the only characters who actually criticises the player for the cruel actions they have committed, and punishes them for destroying everyone they love.[[spoiler: Chara, ''[=UnderTale=]''. Note (Note that I actually believe this to be the case, as Chara is never confirmed to be a villain in the game, and there is a lot of evidence to the contrary. The theory is nicely summarised [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYHXpdNqdGs here.]]]]]])]]



* Cloned from a man who desired infinite power, he was created to be a vessel for a god. However, the process went wrong, leading to him being abandoned by his father, in stark contrast to his twin brother, who was given a life of luxury. he was eventually taken in by a BlindSeer, who cared for him and raised him. However, she did send him as a child to risk his life twice for causes he did not believe in. Later in his life, he had a vision of an apocalyptic future caused by his father, and made a plan to prevent it, which included him sacrificing his own life. He was then betrayed by the strategist in his FourTemperamentEnsemble, who was using him the whole time to gain status and to distinguish himself from his father. [[spoiler: Luc, Suikoden I, II and III. (While I have left out a lot of details, I think there is more than a little truth to this one.)]]

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* Cloned from a man who desired infinite power, he was created to be a vessel for a god. However, the process went wrong, leading to him being abandoned by his father, in stark contrast to his twin brother, who was given a life of luxury. he He was eventually taken in by a BlindSeer, who cared for him and raised him. However, she did send him as a child to risk his life twice for causes he did not believe in. Later in his life, he had a vision of an apocalyptic future caused by his father, and made a plan to prevent it, which included him sacrificing his own life. He was then betrayed by the strategist in his FourTemperamentEnsemble, who was using him the whole time to gain status and to distinguish himself from his father. [[spoiler: Luc, Suikoden I, II and III. (While I have left out a lot of details, I think there is more than a little truth to this one.)]]
24th Jun '17 2:54:29 PM WildKatGirl
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* A group of women who have a solution to overpopulation. They are shunned and feared for having no toes and blue spit, and for selling sweets to small children. [[spoiler: The Witches, ''The Witches''.]]

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* A group of women who have a solution to overpopulation.overpopulation, which will also make the world smell better on the way. They are shunned and feared for having no toes and blue spit, and for selling sweets to small children. [[spoiler: The Witches, ''The Witches''.]]
24th Jun '17 2:50:44 PM WildKatGirl
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* Cloned from a man who desired infinite power, he was created to be a vessel for a god. However, the process went wrong, leading to him being abandoned by his father, in stark contrast to his twin brother, who was given a life of luxury. he was eventually taken in by a BlindSeer, who cared for him and raised him. However, she did send him as a child to risk his life twice for causes he did not believe in. Later in his life, he had a vision of an apocalyptic future caused by his father, and made a plan to prevent it, which included him sacrificing his own life. He was then betrayed by the strategist in his FourTemperamentEnsemble, who was using him the whole time to gain status and to distinguish himself from his father. [[spoiler: Luc, Suikoden I, II and III. (While I have left out a lot of details, I think there is more than a little truth to this one.)]]
24th Jun '17 7:12:57 AM WildKatGirl
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* A capable sorcerer who is constantly mocked and belittled by his employer, his employer's family and his co-workers, causing him to be [[PerformanceAnxiety too nervous to perform his magic in front of other people]], leading to him being made fun of even more. Wanting to break this vicious cycle, and also to [[WellDoneSonGuy gain the love of his disapproving father]], he seeks a magical artefact which will help him gain the respect he deserves. He also has a genuine friendship with a young girl others ostracise for not being of royal blood, and often gives her advice and helps her with her problems. [[spoiler: Cedric the Sorcerer, ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst''.]]
* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful death, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. The child's spirit then narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist. Though their narration, it is shown that they love dogs, chocolate, and silly puns, and that they still love and remember the family that took them in. In one route of the story, they help the protagonist to save the souls of their friends and family from an evil force which is trying to destroy the world, and make their brother able to love again. They only learn to kill and destroy through your influence, from what you have taught them. At the end one route, they are one of the only characters who actually criticises the player for the cruel actions they have committed, and punishes them for destroying everyone they love.[[spoiler: Chara, ''VideoGame/{{UnderTale}}''. Note that I actually believe this to be the case, as Chara is never confirmed to be a villain in the game, and there is a lot of evidence to the contrary. The theory is nicely summarised [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYHXpdNqdGs here:]]]]
* A group of women who have a solution to overpopulation. They are shunned and feared for having no toes and blue spit, and for selling sweets to small children. [[spoiler: The Witches, ''Literature/TheWitches''.]]

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* A capable sorcerer who is constantly mocked and belittled by his employer, his employer's family and his co-workers, causing him to be [[PerformanceAnxiety too nervous to perform his magic in front of other people]], leading to him being made fun of even more. Wanting to break this vicious cycle, and also to [[WellDoneSonGuy gain the love of his disapproving father]], he seeks a magical artefact which will help him gain the respect he deserves. He also has a genuine friendship with a young girl others ostracise for not being of royal blood, and often gives her advice and helps her with her problems. [[spoiler: Cedric the Sorcerer, ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst''.''Sofia The First''.]]
* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful death, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. The child's spirit then narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist. Though their narration, it is shown that they love dogs, chocolate, and silly puns, and that they still love and remember the family that took them in. In one route of the story, they help the protagonist to save the souls of their friends and family from an evil force which is trying to destroy the world, and make their brother able to love again. They only learn to kill and destroy through your influence, from what you have taught them. At the end one route, they are one of the only characters who actually criticises the player for the cruel actions they have committed, and punishes them for destroying everyone they love.[[spoiler: Chara, ''VideoGame/{{UnderTale}}''.''[=UnderTale=]''. Note that I actually believe this to be the case, as Chara is never confirmed to be a villain in the game, and there is a lot of evidence to the contrary. The theory is nicely summarised [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYHXpdNqdGs here:]]]]
here.]]]]
* A group of women who have a solution to overpopulation. They are shunned and feared for having no toes and blue spit, and for selling sweets to small children. [[spoiler: The Witches, ''Literature/TheWitches''.''The Witches''.]]
24th Jun '17 5:15:57 AM WildKatGirl
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* A group of women who have a solution to overpopulation. They are shunned and feared for having no toes and blue spit, and for selling sweets to small children. [[spoiler The Witches, ''Literature/TheWitches''.]]

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* A group of women who have a solution to overpopulation. They are shunned and feared for having no toes and blue spit, and for selling sweets to small children. [[spoiler [[spoiler: The Witches, ''Literature/TheWitches''.]]
24th Jun '17 5:15:29 AM WildKatGirl
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\n* A group of women who have a solution to overpopulation. They are shunned and feared for having no toes and blue spit, and for selling sweets to small children. [[spoiler The Witches, ''Literature/TheWitches''.]]
24th Jun '17 4:51:55 AM WildKatGirl
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* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them.
They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful death, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack.
The child's spirit then narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist. Though their narration, it is shown that they love dogs, chocolate, and silly puns, and that they still love and remember the family that took them in. In one route of the story, they help the protagonist to save the souls of their friends and family from an evil force which is trying to destroy the world, and make their brother able to love again. They only learn to kill and destroy through your influence, from what you have taught them. At the end one route, they are one of the only characters who actually criticises the player for the cruel actions they have committed, and punishes them for destroying everyone they love.[[spoiler: Chara, ''VideoGame/{{UnderTale}}''. Note that I actually believe this to be the case, as Chara is never confirmed to be a villain in the game, and there is a lot of evidence to the contrary. The theory is nicely summarised [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYHXpdNqdGs here:]]]]


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* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. \n They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful death, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. \n The child's spirit then narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist. Though their narration, it is shown that they love dogs, chocolate, and silly puns, and that they still love and remember the family that took them in. In one route of the story, they help the protagonist to save the souls of their friends and family from an evil force which is trying to destroy the world, and make their brother able to love again. They only learn to kill and destroy through your influence, from what you have taught them. At the end one route, they are one of the only characters who actually criticises the player for the cruel actions they have committed, and punishes them for destroying everyone they love.[[spoiler: Chara, ''VideoGame/{{UnderTale}}''. Note that I actually believe this to be the case, as Chara is never confirmed to be a villain in the game, and there is a lot of evidence to the contrary. The theory is nicely summarised [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYHXpdNqdGs here:]]]]

24th Jun '17 4:51:04 AM WildKatGirl
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* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful way, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. The child's spirit urges the monster to fight back, in order to save his life. However, the monster refuses to kill, and dies. The body of the dead child is then buried in a flowerbed, in front of their mother's house. Later, the protagonist wakes the child's spirit, and narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist. Though their narration, it is shown that they love dogs, chocolate, and silly puns, and that they still love and remember the family that took them in.
In one route of the story, they help the protagonist to save the souls of their friends and family from an evil force which is trying to destroy the world, and make their brother able to love again. They only learn to kill and destroy through your influence, from what you have taught them. At the end one route, they are one of the only characters who actually criticises the player for the cruel actions they have committed, and punishes them for destroying everyone they love.

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* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them.
They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful way, death, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack.
The child's spirit urges the monster to fight back, in order to save his life. However, the monster refuses to kill, and dies. The body of the dead child is then buried in a flowerbed, in front of their mother's house. Later, the protagonist wakes the child's spirit, and narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist. Though their narration, it is shown that they love dogs, chocolate, and silly puns, and that they still love and remember the family that took them in.
in. In one route of the story, they help the protagonist to save the souls of their friends and family from an evil force which is trying to destroy the world, and make their brother able to love again. They only learn to kill and destroy through your influence, from what you have taught them. At the end one route, they are one of the only characters who actually criticises the player for the cruel actions they have committed, and punishes them for destroying everyone they love.
love.[[spoiler: Chara, ''VideoGame/{{UnderTale}}''. Note that I actually believe this to be the case, as Chara is never confirmed to be a villain in the game, and there is a lot of evidence to the contrary. The theory is nicely summarised [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYHXpdNqdGs here:]]]]

24th Jun '17 4:42:09 AM WildKatGirl
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* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful way, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. The child's spirit urges the monster to fight back, in order to save his life. However, the monster refuses to kill, and dies. The body of the dead child is then buried in a flowerbed, in front of their mother's house. Later, the protagonist wakes the child's spirit, and narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist.

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* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful way, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. The child's spirit urges the monster to fight back, in order to save his life. However, the monster refuses to kill, and dies. The body of the dead child is then buried in a flowerbed, in front of their mother's house. Later, the protagonist wakes the child's spirit, and narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist. \n Though their narration, it is shown that they love dogs, chocolate, and silly puns, and that they still love and remember the family that took them in.
In one route of the story, they help the protagonist to save the souls of their friends and family from an evil force which is trying to destroy the world, and make their brother able to love again. They only learn to kill and destroy through your influence, from what you have taught them. At the end one route, they are one of the only characters who actually criticises the player for the cruel actions they have committed, and punishes them for destroying everyone they love.
24th Jun '17 4:12:45 AM WildKatGirl
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* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful way, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. The child's spirit urges the monster to fight back, in order to save his life. However, the monster refuses to kill, and dies. The body of the dead child is then buried in a flowerbed, in front of their mother's house. Later, the protagonist wakes the child's spirit, and narrates

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* A young child driven to suicide by humanity, who is rescued by a kind, loving family in the monster world. They clearly love their new family, as shown by several gifts the child made for them. They, along with their adopted brother, bake a pie for their dad, but accidentally poison him by confusing the recipe. The child then willingly poisons themself in the same way and dies an excruciatingly painful way, as part of a plan to free their new family and the rest of their kind. Their brother, a monster, then travels to the human world, carrying the child's dead body. The humans then automatically assume that the monster has killed the human, and attack. The child's spirit urges the monster to fight back, in order to save his life. However, the monster refuses to kill, and dies. The body of the dead child is then buried in a flowerbed, in front of their mother's house. Later, the protagonist wakes the child's spirit, and narrates
narrates the rest of the game, providing help to the protagonist.
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