History WMG / DumbingOfAge

18th Jun '17 5:52:20 PM yamiblade
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[[WMG: As a result of being Outed, Roz will attempt Suicide]]

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[[WMG: As a result of being Outed, Roz Robin will attempt Suicide]]
18th Jun '17 5:51:48 PM yamiblade
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* [[NightmareFuel Um]]...[[spoiler: I think Amber did the murdering.]] We'll find out who's right.

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* [[NightmareFuel Um]]...[[spoiler: I think Amber did the murdering.]] We'll find out who's right.right.
[[WMG: As a result of being Outed, Roz will attempt Suicide]]
13th Jun '17 8:10:00 PM kazokuhouou
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All this could very well lead up to Amber's murder by the hands of Ryan, with Dorothy failing to prevent it.

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All this could very well lead up to Amber's murder by the hands of Ryan, with Dorothy failing to prevent it.it.
* [[NightmareFuel Um]]...[[spoiler: I think Amber did the murdering.]] We'll find out who's right.
31st May '17 9:42:54 PM Aker-Sama
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** And if I have to guess what causes it? Either finding out about Jocelyn being Jocelyn, or finding out about Joyce's near rape experience and her mom blaming Joyce for it and/or slut shaming Joyce.

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** And if I have to guess what causes it? Either finding out about Jocelyn being Jocelyn, or finding out about Joyce's near rape experience and her mom blaming Joyce for it and/or slut shaming Joyce.Joyce.

[[WMG: Amber will be KilledOffForReal by Ryan.]]
Near the beginning of Book 6, Danny tries to talk Amber out of being Amazi-Girl, thinking it's too dangerous for her now. Amber doesn't listen, and eventually has a face-off with Ryan alongside Sal, a conflict that ultimately results in Ryan being exposed as a rapist via online media. Ryan isn't above rape, so it's unlikely he's above murder either. Furthermore, in several strips he can be seen stalking Dorothy in the background, Dorothy being Amber's confidant whom she plans to meet with later that night. On a side note, Dorothy is currently undergoing a character arc about realizing that she can't do everything, and that she's really not good with failure, foreshadowing the possibility that she might end up failing when it matters most.

All this could very well lead up to Amber's murder by the hands of Ryan, with Dorothy failing to prevent it.
1st Oct '16 2:30:58 PM kazokuhouou
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Fact: Willis said that Joyce is autobiographical. Fact: he's estranged from his own mother. Conclusion: that's going to be worked in Joyce's storyline, and the other Browns will end up choosing sides. It's also probably going to be the first time we actually see Jordan. One side: Joyce, her dad, Jocelyn, and Jordan. On the other: her mom and John.

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Fact: Willis said that Joyce is autobiographical. Fact: he's estranged from his own mother. Conclusion: that's going to be worked in Joyce's storyline, and the other Browns will end up choosing sides. It's also probably going to be the first time we actually see Jordan. One side: Joyce, her dad, Jocelyn, and Jordan. On the other: her mom and John.John.
** And if I have to guess what causes it? Either finding out about Jocelyn being Jocelyn, or finding out about Joyce's near rape experience and her mom blaming Joyce for it and/or slut shaming Joyce.
24th Sep '16 9:05:34 PM kazokuhouou
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[[WMG: Danny will get tired of being a buttmonkey and [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Transfer]] to a different college.]]

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[[WMG: Danny will get tired of being a buttmonkey and [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Transfer]] to a different college.]]]]

[[WMG: At some point, the Browns will become estranged with each other.]]
Fact: Willis said that Joyce is autobiographical. Fact: he's estranged from his own mother. Conclusion: that's going to be worked in Joyce's storyline, and the other Browns will end up choosing sides. It's also probably going to be the first time we actually see Jordan. One side: Joyce, her dad, Jocelyn, and Jordan. On the other: her mom and John.
22nd Aug '16 10:51:51 PM yamiblade
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From what we can see, Amber's losing her grip on reality, to the point that she just shifts into Amazi-Girl automatically. All it will take is just one final push to send over the edge. Not a big push, but something small like learning Walky and Sal are siblings, her dad piecing things together and setting the cops on her for assault, or some thug that prepared for her. It won't even end with a final fight with Sal: just Amber being subdued and carted off as she raves like a lunatic. And just to add insult to injury, her dad will play the whole thing for sympathy. He'll be saying to the media how the convenience store holdup and his attempts to "toughen her up" have turned his little angel into a monster, and he'll be completely accurate; no one will buy that he's abusive because the only ones who know are Amber or people that have an interest in keeping Amber out of jail. And to makes things worse, her friends are going to get hit with RealityEnsues: Dorothy will never get into Yale because she covered for Amber a while back, Danny and Ethan will become targets for whoever Amazi-Girl beat up, and her friends in general will become pariahs. The only silver lining to the whole thing will be that Sal and Joyce's families will see this and pay better attention to their daughters.

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From what we can see, Amber's losing her grip on reality, to the point that she just shifts into Amazi-Girl automatically. All it will take is just one final push to send over the edge. Not a big push, but something small like learning Walky and Sal are siblings, her dad piecing things together and setting the cops on her for assault, or some thug that prepared for her. It won't even end with a final fight with Sal: just Amber being subdued and carted off as she raves like a lunatic. And just to add insult to injury, her dad will play the whole thing for sympathy. He'll be saying to the media how the convenience store holdup and his attempts to "toughen her up" have turned his little angel into a monster, and he'll be completely accurate; no one will buy that he's abusive because the only ones who know are Amber or people that have an interest in keeping Amber out of jail. And to makes things worse, her friends are going to get hit with RealityEnsues: Dorothy will never get into Yale because she covered for Amber a while back, Danny and Ethan will become targets for whoever Amazi-Girl beat up, and her friends in general will become pariahs. The only silver lining to the whole thing will be that Sal and Joyce's families will see this and pay better attention to their daughters.daughters.
[[WMG: Danny will get tired of being a buttmonkey and [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Transfer]] to a different college.]]
9th Aug '16 10:32:34 PM PaulA
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[[WMG: Dina is actually a crosstime child of [[{{Characters/Dragaera}} Kragar]] the [[{{Dragaera}} Dragonlord]]]]

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[[WMG: Dina is actually a crosstime child of [[{{Characters/Dragaera}} Kragar]] Kragar the [[{{Dragaera}} Dragonlord]]]]
2nd May '16 10:49:53 AM MMTrigger
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From what we can see, Amber's losing her grip on reality. All it will take is just one final push to send over the edge. Not a big push, but something small like learning Walky and Sal are siblings, her dad piecing things together and setting the cops on her for assault, or some thug that prepared for her. It won't even end with a final fight with Sal: just Amber being subdued and carted off as she raves like a lunatic. And just to add insult to injury, her dad will play the whole thing for sympathy. He'll be saying to the media how the convenience store holdup and his attempts to "toughen her up" have turned his little angel into a monster, and he'll be completely accurate; no one will buy that he's abusive because the only ones who know are Amber or people that have an interest in keeping Amber out of jail. The only silver lining to the whole thing will be that Joyce's family will see this and decide to take softer measures with Joyce so that she doesn't go crazy too.

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From what we can see, Amber's losing her grip on reality.reality, to the point that she just shifts into Amazi-Girl automatically. All it will take is just one final push to send over the edge. Not a big push, but something small like learning Walky and Sal are siblings, her dad piecing things together and setting the cops on her for assault, or some thug that prepared for her. It won't even end with a final fight with Sal: just Amber being subdued and carted off as she raves like a lunatic. And just to add insult to injury, her dad will play the whole thing for sympathy. He'll be saying to the media how the convenience store holdup and his attempts to "toughen her up" have turned his little angel into a monster, and he'll be completely accurate; no one will buy that he's abusive because the only ones who know are Amber or people that have an interest in keeping Amber out of jail. And to makes things worse, her friends are going to get hit with RealityEnsues: Dorothy will never get into Yale because she covered for Amber a while back, Danny and Ethan will become targets for whoever Amazi-Girl beat up, and her friends in general will become pariahs. The only silver lining to the whole thing will be that Sal and Joyce's family families will see this and decide pay better attention to take softer measures with Joyce so that she doesn't go crazy too.their daughters.
29th Apr '16 11:53:49 PM MMTrigger
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* Between Joyce's parents, Hank is by far the kinder and more reasonable of the two. Even with his [[TheFundamentalist fundamentalist beliefs and lifestyle,]] Hank has shown a flexibility that his wife utterly lacks. He was able to see Ross [=MacIntyre=] for the asshole he was, even before he pulled a gun on Becky and Joyce. Meanwhile Carol defends the man who threatened to shoot her own child. Hank acknowledges his daughter is an adult and is even willing to defer to her judgment in certain matters. Carol's response to Joyce developing opinions outside of her belief system is to try and drag her back into the fold. Hank treats Becky with kindness upon seeing her again, even if he has reservations about her sexuality. Carol treats Becky with hostility as soon as she walks in the door. Hank acknowledges that his son Jordan is a “good kid” even if they don't always agree. Carol explicitly wants to avoid another “Jordan situation” with Joyce. It's even hinted that, [[NoodleIncident whatever happened with Jordan,]] he was driven away from close association with his family due to the rigid fundamentalist beliefs that Carol clings to. Having already had one of his children alienated from him, and now facing that same possibility with Joyce (and Jocelyne if she ever comes out as trans to her parents), it's possible that Hank will decide that his love for his children is more important than keeping the peace with his wife and end the marriage or at least separate from her.

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* Between Joyce's parents, Hank is by far the kinder and more reasonable of the two. Even with his [[TheFundamentalist fundamentalist beliefs and lifestyle,]] Hank has shown a flexibility that his wife utterly lacks. He was able to see Ross [=MacIntyre=] for the asshole he was, even before he pulled a gun on Becky and Joyce. Meanwhile Carol defends the man who threatened to shoot her own child. Hank acknowledges his daughter is an adult and is even willing to defer to her judgment in certain matters. Carol's response to Joyce developing opinions outside of her belief system is to try and drag her back into the fold. Hank treats Becky with kindness upon seeing her again, even if he has reservations about her sexuality. Carol treats Becky with hostility as soon as she walks in the door. Hank acknowledges that his son Jordan is a “good kid” even if they don't always agree. Carol explicitly wants to avoid another “Jordan situation” with Joyce. It's even hinted that, [[NoodleIncident whatever happened with Jordan,]] he was driven away from close association with his family due to the rigid fundamentalist beliefs that Carol clings to. Having already had one of his children alienated from him, and now facing that same possibility with Joyce (and Jocelyne if she ever comes out as trans to her parents), it's possible that Hank will decide that his love for his children is more important than keeping the peace with his wife and end the marriage or at least separate from her.her.

[[WMG: Amazi-Girl will reach her end soon]]
From what we can see, Amber's losing her grip on reality. All it will take is just one final push to send over the edge. Not a big push, but something small like learning Walky and Sal are siblings, her dad piecing things together and setting the cops on her for assault, or some thug that prepared for her. It won't even end with a final fight with Sal: just Amber being subdued and carted off as she raves like a lunatic. And just to add insult to injury, her dad will play the whole thing for sympathy. He'll be saying to the media how the convenience store holdup and his attempts to "toughen her up" have turned his little angel into a monster, and he'll be completely accurate; no one will buy that he's abusive because the only ones who know are Amber or people that have an interest in keeping Amber out of jail. The only silver lining to the whole thing will be that Joyce's family will see this and decide to take softer measures with Joyce so that she doesn't go crazy too.
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