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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]].
17th Feb '16 11:15:41 AM GrammarNavi
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[[WMG: The next "Bully" game will be on PS4.]]
The Playstation 4 has been officially been confirmed to be in the works and is guaranteed to be released in the near future. Rockstar will release the new bully game on the ps4 to get even more people to buy it. Rockstar had a chance to release it on the ps3/X-box 360 but didn't because they want gamers to spend a whole bunch of money on the playstation-4. One more thing to back this up, the first and original Bully correct? was made exclusively for the PS2, then in 2008 a remaster of it come's out for what? X-box 360 and Nintendo Wii no scholarship edition for ps2, ps3 or even ps1, meaning that everyone who was acquanted with and loved the original Bully will have to buy a whole other console just to play the remake and not even the sequel. So it's safe to conclude that Rockstar's playing the money game as well.

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[[WMG: The next "Bully" game will be on PS4.[=PS4=].]]
The Playstation 4 UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 has been officially been confirmed to be in the works and is guaranteed to be released in the near future. Rockstar will release the new bully Bully game on the ps4 [=PS4=] to get even more people to buy it. Rockstar had a chance to release it on the ps3/X-box [=PS3=]/Xbox 360 but didn't because they want gamers to spend a whole bunch of money on the playstation-4. [=PlayStation=] 4. One more thing to back this up, the first and original Bully correct? was made exclusively for the PS2, [=PS2=], then in 2008 a remaster of it come's out for what? X-box Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii no scholarship edition for ps2, ps3 [=PS2=], [=PS3=] or even ps1, [=PS1=], meaning that everyone who was acquanted acquainted with and loved the original Bully will have to buy a whole other console just to play the remake and not even the sequel. So it's safe to conclude that Rockstar's playing the money game as well.



[[WMG: Bully Sequel will be released on the last days or months or years of the Seventh Generation of Video Games on Xbox 360 and PS3:]]
Since the first Bully was released on PS2 after the release of Xbox 360 and the impending release of Nintendo Wii and PS3 on the same year of its release, it's reasonable to assume that Rockstar will do the same with the sequel.

Although the big two of the Eight Generation consoles, the PS4 and XboxOne have already arrived, assuming that the Seventh Generation, the Xbox 360 and PS3 to be exact, still have a lot of fire to keep them going before inevitable dying out, Bully 2 (Or whatever it's going to be called), will be on Xbox 360 and PS3, not PS4 and XboxOne.

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[[WMG: Bully Sequel will be released on the last days or months or years of the Seventh Generation of Video Games on Xbox 360 and PS3:]]
[=PS3=]:]]
Since the first Bully was released on PS2 [=PS2=] after the release of Xbox 360 and the impending release of Nintendo Wii and PS3 [=PS3=] on the same year of its release, it's reasonable to assume that Rockstar will do the same with the sequel.

Although the big two of the Eight Generation consoles, the PS4 UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and XboxOne UsefulNotes/XboxOne have already arrived, assuming that the Seventh Generation, the Xbox 360 and PS3 [=PS3=] to be exact, still have a lot of fire to keep them going before inevitable dying out, Bully 2 (Or whatever it's going to be called), will be on Xbox 360 and PS3, [=PS3=], not PS4 [=PS4=] and XboxOne.
Xbox One.



* And Rockstar will take advantage of the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox One}} and the UsefulNotes/{{PS4}} consoles power to make it double the map size, student size, etc. This would prevent it from being on UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} and UsefulNotes/{{PS3}} along with the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} unless they somehow got a brand new dev team to make it.

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* And Rockstar will take advantage of the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox One}} UsefulNotes/XboxOne and the UsefulNotes/{{PS4}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 consoles power to make it double the map size, student size, etc. This would prevent it from being on UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} UsefulNotes/XBox360 and UsefulNotes/{{PS3}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 along with the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} unless they somehow got a brand new dev team to make it.
16th Feb '16 4:19:20 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. 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.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.
15th Feb '16 1:19:07 PM Psychopompos007
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[[WMG: Bully 2 will be about a new protagonist or Jimmy's kid.]]

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[[WMG: Bully 2 will be about a new protagonist or Jimmy's kid.]]]]

[[WMG: The ending is Jimmy's DyingDream]]
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. 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.
13th Feb '16 4:10:22 AM Psychopompos007
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* That's a disturbing explaination about why the Girls Dorm seems way bigger than the Boys'.
7th Dec '15 6:38:41 PM mufukajones
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[[WMG: James Earl Cash is Jimmy's biological father.]]
12th Oct '15 12:49:09 PM tigereye888
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[[WMG: The school and town we explore is just the school from Jimmy's memories.]]
The whole story is told from Jimmy's recollection at an old age, so the school and town rendered is the same. The real Bullworth has far more students, and the town has far more people. This explains the discrepancies with interiors not matching exteriors, the lack of sleeping quarters for most of the students, and the lack of residence for Prefects and little kids. We only have four cops patrolling the entire city of Bullworth because those are the only cops Jimmy remembers. Same with the prefects and all the clique members.
27th Jul '15 3:59:33 PM Archangel1138
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* Possibly Jossed , [[http://huzlers.com/rockstar-announces-bully-2-to-be-released-in-2016/ Bully 2]] is called Senior Year. So It's most likely back at Bullworth or a similar school.
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