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18th Sep '15 6:18:44 AM SystemCellar
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** ''Bullet Heaven 2'' adds to this. In 4-5, Lance says he might have a phobia of being buried alive. [[spoiler:A few lines later, he is crying and reveals that his dad was killed in a mine-crafting incident. "He just wanted those diamonds so badly... and then... Boom! All that was left of him was his shovel... and some blocks of wood... and a single lump of coal." (Jarringly enough, Anna is the only one to react to the reveal, as the post-boss dialogue is all about how Lance conquered his fear and where they're supposed to go next.)]]
9th May '15 11:54:38 AM EarlOfSandvich
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* As an addition, Lance's father may have been a miner. In the fourth game, he mentions with a ThousandYardStare how he was taken on a mining trip one time, and how it evidently scarred him for life. It was a reference to {{Minecraft}} and PlayedForLaughs at the time, but it might make more sense now if his father had a horrifying job like that. Combined with some [=NPCs=] actually protesting how unfair the economic system is, ([=PCs=] kill monsters to earn money, then Shopkeepers charge insane amounts and hog all the money) it's possible Lance came from a non-PC/Shopkeeper home... Which isn't a good thing.
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* As an addition, Lance's father may have been a miner. In the fourth game, he mentions with a ThousandYardStare how he was taken on a mining trip one time, and how it evidently scarred him for life. It was a reference to {{Minecraft}} ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' and PlayedForLaughs at the time, but it might make more sense now if his father had a horrifying job like that. Combined with some [=NPCs=] actually protesting how unfair the economic system is, ([=PCs=] kill monsters to earn money, then Shopkeepers charge insane amounts and hog all the money) it's possible Lance came from a non-PC/Shopkeeper home... Which isn't a good thing.
11th Jan '15 11:45:02 PM Vegos
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** Jossed. [[spoiler: Akron was ''created'' by Godcat.]]

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* For the sake of sanity, let's hope that what she meant was "I'm having the same hopes as last time", rather than "I hope this doesn't go the same as last time." ** For the sake of insanity, let's assume that child is Cthulhu.
25th Nov '14 11:34:25 AM THEBATHEAD
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Adding a timeline theory.



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[[WMG:How the side games' stories are connected]] Of course, ''Epic Battle Fantasy 1'' came first. But before ''2'', Lance started gaining strength and gathering devout followers, and wanted to take Natalie for his queen, kicking off the plot of ''Adventure Story''. Matt rescued Natalie but failed to get Lance, and ''Epic Battle Fantasy 2'' came from there. Later, once Akron was defeated, the Godcats began to fight over what to do with the humans who dared destroy him completely, and the heroes decided to stop them before their fighting destroyed the world in ''Bullet Heaven''. The heroes only managed to stop the Godcats' quarrel, but then they struggled to get along, and the heroes stole everything they could in case the Godcats ever got along. ----
8th Jul '14 11:59:36 AM nedben
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The Beholder's attack in the fourth game prompts Natalie to hope she doesn't get pregnant from it "again". While that may mean she again doesn't want to get pregnant from the beholder, it could mean that she has indeed gotten pregnant with a beholder child, carried it to term, and there is now a freaking Natz/Beholder hybrid wandering around. Natz/Beholder child for EBF 5 new hero.
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The Beholder's attack in the fourth game prompts Natalie to hope she doesn't get pregnant from it "again". While that may mean she again doesn't want to get pregnant from the beholder, it could mean that she has indeed gotten pregnant with a beholder child, carried it to term, and there is now a freaking Natz/Beholder hybrid wandering around. Natz/Beholder child for EBF 5 new hero.hero. [[WMG: Natz does not want to use the Sol Spear in EBF 3 because Catastrophe hit her with it during the EBF 1 summon.]] She hogs the other spear because it's better as a staff anyways.
11th May '14 6:28:14 PM nedben
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By some even more ancient Deity, who used Godcat to create Humanity in ''it's'' image because it was too lazy to, as the true dominant species. The ending wasn't Godcat having an ephiany, it was the even more ancient Deity taking over Godcat to stop it from destroying humans. And it will be the boss of the fifth game, since the pattern of "Boss from last game was made by a result of boss from this game's actions". The heroes are simply ''annoyed'' and get to grinding again.
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By some even more ancient Deity, who used Godcat to create Humanity in ''it's'' image because it was too lazy to, as the true dominant species. The ending wasn't Godcat having an ephiany, it was the even more ancient Deity taking over Godcat to stop it from destroying humans. And it will be the boss of the fifth game, since the pattern of "Boss from last game was made by a result of boss from this game's actions". The heroes are simply ''annoyed'' and get to grinding again.again. [[WMG: Natz and the Beholder had a child.]] The Beholder's attack in the fourth game prompts Natalie to hope she doesn't get pregnant from it "again". While that may mean she again doesn't want to get pregnant from the beholder, it could mean that she has indeed gotten pregnant with a beholder child, carried it to term, and there is now a freaking Natz/Beholder hybrid wandering around. Natz/Beholder child for EBF 5 new hero.
12th Apr '14 6:19:04 PM serialkillerwhale
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This game is already silly to begin with! The font suits the game well as the result.
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This game is already silly to begin with! The font suits the game well as the result.result. [[WMG: Godcat was being manipulated]] By some even more ancient Deity, who used Godcat to create Humanity in ''it's'' image because it was too lazy to, as the true dominant species. The ending wasn't Godcat having an ephiany, it was the even more ancient Deity taking over Godcat to stop it from destroying humans. And it will be the boss of the fifth game, since the pattern of "Boss from last game was made by a result of boss from this game's actions". The heroes are simply ''annoyed'' and get to grinding again.
24th Aug '13 5:20:53 AM Viira
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* The heroes might even be the ancient feline counterparts to Matt, Natz and Lance (the Lance counterpart leaving his/her tank [[hottip:*:the Protector that was the boss of the kitten kingdom ruins]] behind... just to be destroyed by the trio we know.) Possibly even an ancestor of [=NoLegs=], too...
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* The heroes might even be the ancient feline counterparts to Matt, Natz and Lance (the Lance counterpart leaving his/her tank [[hottip:*:the [[note]]the Protector that was the boss of the kitten kingdom ruins]] ruins[[/note]] behind... just to be destroyed by the trio we know.) Possibly even an ancestor of [=NoLegs=], too...
22nd Aug '13 7:15:01 PM TheMysteriousTroper
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* As an addition, Lance's father may have been a miner. In the fourth game, he mentions with a ThousandYardStare how he was taken on a mining trip one time, and how it evidently scarred him for life. It was a reference to {{Minecraft}} and PlayedForLaughs at the time, but it might make more sense now if his father had a horrifying job like that. Combined with some NPCs actually protesting how unfair the economic system is, (PCs kill monsters to earn money, then Shopkeepers charge insane amounts and hog all the money) it's possible Lance came from a non-PC/Shopkeeper home... Which isn't a good thing.
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* As an addition, Lance's father may have been a miner. In the fourth game, he mentions with a ThousandYardStare how he was taken on a mining trip one time, and how it evidently scarred him for life. It was a reference to {{Minecraft}} and PlayedForLaughs at the time, but it might make more sense now if his father had a horrifying job like that. Combined with some NPCs [=NPCs=] actually protesting how unfair the economic system is, (PCs ([=PCs=] kill monsters to earn money, then Shopkeepers charge insane amounts and hog all the money) it's possible Lance came from a non-PC/Shopkeeper home... Which isn't a good thing.
22nd Jul '13 5:26:23 PM MindGamer
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* As an addition, Lance's father may have been a miner. In the fourth game, he mentions with a ThousandYardStare how he was taken on a mining trip one time, and how it evidently scarred him for life. It was a reference to {{Minecraft}} and PlayedForLaughs at the time, but it might make more sense now if his father had a horrifying job like that. Combined with some NPCs actually protesting how unfair the economic system is, (PCs kill monsters to earn money, then Shopkeepers charge insane amounts and hog all the money) it's possible Lance came from a non-PC/Shopkeeper home... Which isn't a good thing.
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