History WMG / Bully

16th Oct '17 9:21:31 AM CosmicFerret
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One of his many step-fathers was a less than scrupulous tech developer. Hence, Jimmy sees a map of the surrounding area and hostile lines of view at all times in his head. He's been conditioned not to talk about it. After this experiment, it was given to government agents such as [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake.]]

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One of his many step-fathers was a less than scrupulous tech developer. Hence, Jimmy sees a map of the surrounding area and hostile lines of view at all times in his head. He's been conditioned not to talk about it. After this experiment, it was given to government agents such as [[Franchise/MetalGear [[VideoGame/MetalGear Solid Snake.]]
26th Jun '17 6:43:12 PM nombretomado
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* TheOtherWiki states that it's set in TheNineties.

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* TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki states that it's set in TheNineties.
27th Apr '17 7:53:04 PM Animeking1108
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[[http://www.gamespot.com/articles/rockstar-will-reveal-new-projects-soon-gta-5-still/1100-6442365/ According to this post]] Rockstar is working on a new project or two.

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[[http://www.gamespot.com/articles/rockstar-will-reveal-new-projects-soon-gta-5-still/1100-6442365/ According to this post]] Rockstar is working on a new project or two.two.

[[WMG: ''Bully 2'' will adopt the three-protagonist system that ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'' had]]
* One protagonist would be an ex-juvie convict trying to reform from his criminal history. One of the cliques would be the gang he used to hang out with. He'll specialize in brute strength.
* A nerd that wants to stand up to the bullies. He'll specialize in tactics and weapon crafting.
* A Goth girl who is victim of cyber bullying and cruel rumors. She'll specialize in weapon accuracy and will have the special advantage of assaulting girls without having her wanted level shoot up.

[[WMG: Drivers Ed will be a class in ''Bully 2'']]
It will allow fast traveling, since it would be impossible to have a game where you could perform vehicular manslaughter without getting an M-Rating.
24th Mar '17 6:49:33 AM PresidentStalkeyes
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Everything which happens until conclusion of the final fight against Gary really happened. Then, after falling from an urealistic height (and through glass), Jimmy walks unharmed (while Gary is lying unconscious on the floor), is forgiven by Crabblesnitch while Gary is expelled (Crabblesnitch is, somehow, able to hear Gary's confession from his office despite the scene happening out of the building, during a storm). He also obtains the firing of Mr. Burton and the return of Zoe in the school, without any proof than he was telling the truth. Then, Jimmy leaves Crabblesnitch's office and is congratulated by a crowd of fellow Bullworth students, including Derby Harrington (very uncharacteristic) and Zoe (who now wears a school uniform, despite having reintegrated in the school less than a minute ago). The logical explaination is obvious: Jimmy's fall from the scaffold inflicted him a mortal wound, the rest of the cutscene is a hallucination created from his agony, showing him the perfect ending he would liked to see to this adventure.

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Everything which happens until conclusion of the final fight against Gary really happened. Then, after falling from an urealistic height (and through glass), Jimmy walks unharmed (while Gary is lying unconscious on the floor), is forgiven by Crabblesnitch while Gary is expelled (Crabblesnitch is, somehow, able to hear Gary's confession from his office despite the scene happening out of the building, during a storm). He also obtains the firing of Mr. Burton and the return of Zoe in the school, without any proof than he was telling the truth. Then, Jimmy leaves Crabblesnitch's office and is congratulated by a crowd of fellow Bullworth students, including Derby Harrington (very uncharacteristic) and Zoe (who now wears a school uniform, despite having reintegrated in the school less than a minute ago). The logical explaination explanation is obvious: Jimmy's fall from the scaffold inflicted him a mortal wound, and the rest of the cutscene is a hallucination created from his agony, showing him the perfect ending he would have liked to see to this adventure.
adventure. The fact that the post-game takes place in an 'Endless Summer' further supports this; [[MundaneAfterlife it's actually the afterlife.]]



[[http://bully.wikia.com/wiki/Gurney Gurney]] is a Townie who has a small role in the late part of the game: he's the one who sets the gym on fire. Physically, he is a redheaded with a goatee. He also seems to have some pyromaniac tendencies, and, when Jimmy is chasing him in the gym, he yells that he "regret nothing". The clues are obvious: he's The Postal Dude when he was a teenager.


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[[http://bully.wikia.com/wiki/Gurney Gurney]] is a Townie who has a small role in the late part of the game: he's the one who sets the gym on fire. Physically, he is a redheaded with a goatee. He also seems to have some pyromaniac tendencies, and, when Jimmy is chasing him in the gym, he yells that he "regret "regrets nothing". The clues are obvious: he's The Postal Dude when he was a teenager.

6th Aug '16 6:16:01 PM datyanderegirl
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[[http://bully.wikia.com/wiki/Gurney Gurney]] is a Townie who has a small role in the late part of the game: he's the one who sets the gym on fire. Physically, he is a redheaded with a goatee. He also seems to have some pyromaniac tendencies, and, when Jimmy is chasing him in the gym, he yells that he "regret nothing". The clues are obvious: he's The Postal Dude when he was a teenager.

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[[http://bully.wikia.com/wiki/Gurney Gurney]] is a Townie who has a small role in the late part of the game: he's the one who sets the gym on fire. Physically, he is a redheaded with a goatee. He also seems to have some pyromaniac tendencies, and, when Jimmy is chasing him in the gym, he yells that he "regret nothing". The clues are obvious: he's The Postal Dude when he was a teenager.teenager.


[[WMG: Bully 2 is one of the projects Rockstar is working on.]]
[[http://www.gamespot.com/articles/rockstar-will-reveal-new-projects-soon-gta-5-still/1100-6442365/ According to this post]] Rockstar is working on a new project or two.
20th Jun '16 10:35:13 AM BreehcNicdoll
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** At the bottom of that page it says that "Huzlers.com is the most notorious fauxtire entertainment website". Also, Rockstar themselves haven't announced a new Bully, so that's probably not true.
19th Jun '16 5:25:25 PM Troper#184
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[[WMG: Gary's plan would of prevailed if [[HoistByHisOwnPetard he didn't run his mouth to Jimmy during the fight]].]]

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[[WMG: Gary's plan would of have prevailed if [[HoistByHisOwnPetard he didn't run his mouth to Jimmy during the fight]].]]
20th Feb '16 1:43:51 AM Psychopompos007
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Everything which happens until conclusion of the final fight against Gary really happened. Then, after falling from an urealistic height (and through glass), Jimmy walks unharmed (while Gary is lying unconscious on the floor), is forgiven by Crabblesnitch while Gary is expelled (Crabblesnitch is, somehow, able to hear Gary's confession from his office despite the scene happening out of the building, during a storm). He also obtains the firing of Mr. Burton and the return of Zoe in the school, without any proof than he was telling the truth. Then, Jimmy leaves Crabblesnitch's office and is congratulated by a crowd of fellow Bullworth students, including Derby Hrrington (very uncharacteristic) and Zoe (who now wears a school uniform, despite having reintegrated in the school less than a minute ago). The logical explaination is obvious: Jimmy's fall from the scaffold inflicted him a mortal wound, the rest of the cutscene is a hallucination created from his agony, showing him the perfect ending he would liked to see to this adventure.

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Everything which happens until conclusion of the final fight against Gary really happened. Then, after falling from an urealistic height (and through glass), Jimmy walks unharmed (while Gary is lying unconscious on the floor), is forgiven by Crabblesnitch while Gary is expelled (Crabblesnitch is, somehow, able to hear Gary's confession from his office despite the scene happening out of the building, during a storm). He also obtains the firing of Mr. Burton and the return of Zoe in the school, without any proof than he was telling the truth. Then, Jimmy leaves Crabblesnitch's office and is congratulated by a crowd of fellow Bullworth students, including Derby Hrrington Harrington (very uncharacteristic) and Zoe (who now wears a school uniform, despite having reintegrated in the school less than a minute ago). The logical explaination is obvious: Jimmy's fall from the scaffold inflicted him a mortal wound, the rest of the cutscene is a hallucination created from his agony, showing him the perfect ending he would liked to see to this adventure.
20th Feb '16 1:41:10 AM Psychopompos007
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Everything which happens until conclusion of the final fight against Gary really happened. Then, after falling from an urealistic height (and through glass), Jimmy walks unharmed (while Gary is lying unconscious on the floor), is forgiven by Crabblesnitch while Gary is expelled (Crabblesnitch is, somehow, able to hear Gary's confession from his office despite the scene happening out of the building, during a storm). He also obtains the firing of Mr. Burton and the return of Zoe in the school, without any proof than he was telling the truth. Then, Jimmy leaves Crabblesnitch's office and is congratulated by a crowd of fellow Bullworth students, including Derby Hrrington (very uncharacteristic) and Zoe (who now wears a school uniform, despite having reintegrated in the school less than a minute ago). The logical explaination is obvious: Jimmy's fall from the scaffold inflicted him a mortal wound, the rest of the cutscene is a hallucination created from his agony, showing him the perfect ending he would liked to see to this adventure.

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Everything which happens until conclusion of the final fight against Gary really happened. Then, after falling from an urealistic height (and through glass), Jimmy walks unharmed (while Gary is lying unconscious on the floor), is forgiven by Crabblesnitch while Gary is expelled (Crabblesnitch is, somehow, able to hear Gary's confession from his office despite the scene happening out of the building, during a storm). He also obtains the firing of Mr. Burton and the return of Zoe in the school, without any proof than he was telling the truth. Then, Jimmy leaves Crabblesnitch's office and is congratulated by a crowd of fellow Bullworth students, including Derby Hrrington (very uncharacteristic) and Zoe (who now wears a school uniform, despite having reintegrated in the school less than a minute ago). The logical explaination is obvious: Jimmy's fall from the scaffold inflicted him a mortal wound, the rest of the cutscene is a hallucination created from his agony, showing him the perfect ending he would liked to see to this adventure.adventure.

[[WMG: Gurney is [[VideoGame/{{Postal}} The Postal Dude]]]]
[[http://bully.wikia.com/wiki/Gurney Gurney]] is a Townie who has a small role in the late part of the game: he's the one who sets the gym on fire. Physically, he is a redheaded with a goatee. He also seems to have some pyromaniac tendencies, and, when Jimmy is chasing him in the gym, he yells that he "regret nothing". The clues are obvious: he's The Postal Dude when he was a teenager.
19th Feb '16 12:42:43 PM Psychopompos007
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** Recently, WordOfGod says that is not the case.

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** Recently, WordOfGod [[http://www.polygon.com/2013/9/25/4769298/rockstars-dan-houser-would-still-love-to-make-another-bully-game says that is not the case.case]].
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