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28th Apr '16 5:24:31 PM BNSF1995
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28th Apr '16 5:24:15 PM BNSF1995
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Finn is the reincarnation of a Catalyst Comet, the very same entity the Lich was originally. The Ice King uses an Ice Crown, which was invented long before the age of man to destroy the deadly comet which the Lich was. At the moment, neither Finn nor the Ice King are aware of their true potential, which is why their EnemyMine in Season 2 didn't stop him. When they finally realize it though? The two will team up and use all their might to take out the Lich at his strongest, once and for all. And with Finn knowing his origin/the Ice Crown's mysteries being decoded, it's only a matter of time.

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Finn is the reincarnation of a Catalyst Comet, the very same entity the Lich was originally. The Ice King uses an Ice Crown, which was invented long before the age of man to destroy the deadly comet which the Lich was. At the moment, neither Finn nor the Ice King are aware of their true potential, which is why their EnemyMine in Season 2 didn't stop him. When they finally realize it though? The two will team up and use all their might to take out the Lich at his strongest, once and for all. And with Finn knowing his origin/the Ice Crown's mysteries being decoded, it's only a matter of time.time.

[[WMG: At some point, Finn will kill Flame Princess.]]
For one of three reasons:

1. Flame Princess goes to war with the Candy Kingdom, and Finn has no choice but to kill her or Princess Bubblegum will send him to the dungeon for life for treason.
2. Flame Princess attacks Finn for one reason or another, and Finn is forced to kill her in self-defense.
3. Finn kills her as part of a FaceHeelTurn.
8th Apr '16 3:48:22 AM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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They have been foreshadowing his massive presence for a while now, but he has yet to make solid appearance. Plus Prismo seems really scared of his boss when he talked about him in "Crossover" and Golb is the most terrifying "Cosmic Entity" we have seen thus far. Not to mention Golb's first appearance was when Old-Finn died in "Puhoy", which may have been a dream, which means it makes sense for him to be the Cosmic Entitiy in charge of the other Cosmic Entities that deal with dreams like Cosmic Owl[[note]]Makes dreams prophetic[[/]] and Prismo[[note]]Who is the dream of an old man.[[/note]]

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They have been foreshadowing his massive presence for a while now, but he has yet to make solid appearance. Plus Prismo seems really scared of his boss when he talked about him in "Crossover" and Golb is the most terrifying "Cosmic Entity" we have seen thus far. Not to mention Golb's first appearance was when Old-Finn died in "Puhoy", which may have been a dream, which means it makes sense for him to be the Cosmic Entitiy in charge of the other Cosmic Entities that deal with dreams like Cosmic Owl[[note]]Makes dreams prophetic[[/]] and Prismo[[note]]Who is the dream of an old man.[[/note]][[/note]]

[[WMG: The Lich will be KilledOffForReal in a Finn/Ice King team-up.]]
Finn is the reincarnation of a Catalyst Comet, the very same entity the Lich was originally. The Ice King uses an Ice Crown, which was invented long before the age of man to destroy the deadly comet which the Lich was. At the moment, neither Finn nor the Ice King are aware of their true potential, which is why their EnemyMine in Season 2 didn't stop him. When they finally realize it though? The two will team up and use all their might to take out the Lich at his strongest, once and for all. And with Finn knowing his origin/the Ice Crown's mysteries being decoded, it's only a matter of time.
9th Mar '16 8:27:57 AM QueenMeanie
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* Possibly the hall was malicious and wanted Finn to give up and stay in the dungeon forever. The "fake" Jake and BMO (created by the hall) were constantly trying to get Finn to open his eyes and reappear in the hall.

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* Possibly the hall was malicious and wanted Finn to give up and stay in the dungeon forever. The "fake" Jake and BMO (created by the hall) were constantly trying to get Finn to open his eyes and reappear in the hall.hall.

[[WMG: Golb is the cosmic boss of Prismo mentioned in "Crossover"]]
They have been foreshadowing his massive presence for a while now, but he has yet to make solid appearance. Plus Prismo seems really scared of his boss when he talked about him in "Crossover" and Golb is the most terrifying "Cosmic Entity" we have seen thus far. Not to mention Golb's first appearance was when Old-Finn died in "Puhoy", which may have been a dream, which means it makes sense for him to be the Cosmic Entitiy in charge of the other Cosmic Entities that deal with dreams like Cosmic Owl[[note]]Makes dreams prophetic[[/]] and Prismo[[note]]Who is the dream of an old man.[[/note]]
9th Mar '16 7:58:16 AM QueenMeanie
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[[WMG: Magic Man's Madness/Sadness wasn't intrinsic to him, or his magic (contrary to Betty's theories) but was the result of losing Margles. By reclaiming/restoring her own love (in the way that MM couldn't for Margles) perhaps Betty will cure the madness she has inherited from Magic Man.]]

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[[WMG: Magic Man's Madness/Sadness wasn't intrinsic to him, or his magic (contrary to Betty's theories) but was the result of losing Margles. By reclaiming/restoring her own love (in the way that MM couldn't for Margles) perhaps Betty will cure the madness she has inherited from Magic Man.]]]]

[[WMG: A theory on how the door of Egress worked.]]
I think he needed to exit the dungeon with your eyes closed to the outside (fake) world and find it again so he could really exit it in the real world. Think of it this way: Finn enters trough door A with his eyes closed, inside the door there is a fake world (dimension) that he travels to only with his eyes closed (door A is the only door of that kind in the real world) he then in this world (dimension) needs to travel again and find the same door (door B and not a real place) and open his eyes in front of that door so he cold enter trough the door in the real world (door A). He is still, as he travels in the fake world, in front of the door A, which leads me to the conclusion that the traveling was all in his head and he needed to discover something in his own mind (open the door to his subconsciousness ) to pass the test. In conclusion he is in the real world - he never left. This is why the early versions of Jake didn't know about the dungeon- he wasn't real, but the last one did because he was the real Jake.
* Possibly the hall was malicious and wanted Finn to give up and stay in the dungeon forever. The "fake" Jake and BMO (created by the hall) were constantly trying to get Finn to open his eyes and reappear in the hall.
9th Mar '16 1:30:46 AM QueenMeanie
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They could possibly be some form of parasitic tupla[[note]] physical manifestations of created by the mind and rely on people believing in them to exist[[/note]]. Beings or lifeforms that take on the appearance/identity of imagined beings, using the belief in those things to give them energy. When they had enough energy, from Jake giving in and thinking they were real, they had enough energy to reproduce. Those seeds grow into new tulpa beings, who will take on the forms of other imagined beings, until there's enough belief for them to reproduce again. It's a life cycle.

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They could possibly be some form of parasitic tupla[[note]] physical manifestations of created by the mind and rely on people believing in them to exist[[/note]]. Beings or lifeforms that take on the appearance/identity of imagined beings, using the belief in those things to give them energy. When they had enough energy, from Jake giving in and thinking they were real, they had enough energy to reproduce. Those seeds grow into new tulpa beings, who will take on the forms of other imagined beings, until there's enough belief for them to reproduce again. It's a life cycle.cycle.

[[WMG: Magic Man's Madness/Sadness wasn't intrinsic to him, or his magic (contrary to Betty's theories) but was the result of losing Margles. By reclaiming/restoring her own love (in the way that MM couldn't for Margles) perhaps Betty will cure the madness she has inherited from Magic Man.]]
9th Mar '16 12:26:44 AM QueenMeanie
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*** Maybe the lobster tank is a very subtle nod to the inclusion of The Moon being the primary antagonist of the episode, or maybe conscious unfoldment relates to the purification process. A third idea would be that the "conscious unfoldment" relates to Marceline's dreams in this episode.

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*** Maybe the lobster tank is a very subtle nod to the inclusion of The Moon being the primary antagonist of the episode, or maybe conscious unfoldment relates to the purification process. A third idea would be that the "conscious unfoldment" relates to Marceline's dreams in this episode.episode.

[[WMG: The Blank Eyed Girls really are tulpas like Finn theorized.]]
They could possibly be some form of parasitic tupla[[note]] physical manifestations of created by the mind and rely on people believing in them to exist[[/note]]. Beings or lifeforms that take on the appearance/identity of imagined beings, using the belief in those things to give them energy. When they had enough energy, from Jake giving in and thinking they were real, they had enough energy to reproduce. Those seeds grow into new tulpa beings, who will take on the forms of other imagined beings, until there's enough belief for them to reproduce again. It's a life cycle.
8th Mar '16 7:18:46 AM QueenMeanie
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* Another take on the meaning of the lobster take comes from the description of the tarot card The Moon represents [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "The Moon"]].

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* Another take on the meaning of the lobster take tank comes from the description of the tarot card The Moon represents [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "The Moon"]].
8th Mar '16 7:18:10 AM QueenMeanie
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In "Take Her Back" we see that Peppermint Butler's poison lab has a lobster tank in it, suggesting they help purify things like poisons. This could be why Jake's perfect sandwich was near godly, the lobster soul he added to it took out any impurities in his ingredients, making it perfect.

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In "Take Her Back" we see that Peppermint Butler's poison lab has a lobster tank in it, suggesting they help purify things like poisons. This could be why Jake's perfect sandwich was near godly, the lobster soul he added to it took out any impurities in his ingredients, making it perfect.perfect.
* Another take on the meaning of the lobster take comes from the description of the tarot card The Moon represents [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "The Moon"]].
** "From the pool of Cosmic Mind stuff in the foreground, a crayfish appears, symbolizing the early stages of conscious unfoldment."
*** Maybe the lobster tank is a very subtle nod to the inclusion of The Moon being the primary antagonist of the episode, or maybe conscious unfoldment relates to the purification process. A third idea would be that the "conscious unfoldment" relates to Marceline's dreams in this episode.
8th Mar '16 7:04:45 AM QueenMeanie
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* Credit to Hibernian on reddit.

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* Credit to Hibernian on reddit.reddit.

[[WMG: Lobster souls purify.]]
In "Take Her Back" we see that Peppermint Butler's poison lab has a lobster tank in it, suggesting they help purify things like poisons. This could be why Jake's perfect sandwich was near godly, the lobster soul he added to it took out any impurities in his ingredients, making it perfect.
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