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18th Jan '14 5:02:10 PM TVRulezAgain
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Based on what little is revealed about the CompleteMonster Dalton from his titular arc, we know that he has severe headaches and [[AxCrazy appears to be very mentally unhinged, causing him to lash out in violent rages.]] Knowing that Satan is also [[spoiler: willing to make him the new Sin of Wrath should Jack try life again, and taking what he said about "not interfering with somebody's timeline" into account]], it could be safe to assume that Dalton's headaches and violent psychosis are the symptoms of a severe and likely-fatal brain tumor. [[TheSociopath Of course, he's probably still a complete psychopath regardless considering his callous disregard for anyone's suffering and his utter lack of remorse]], but his disease would only serve to exacerbate an already-serious problem.

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Based on what little is revealed about the CompleteMonster Dalton from his titular arc, we know that he has severe headaches and [[AxCrazy appears to be very mentally unhinged, causing him to lash out in violent rages.]] Knowing that Satan is also [[spoiler: willing to make him the new Sin of Wrath should Jack try life again, and taking what he said about "not interfering with somebody's timeline" into account]], it could be safe to assume that Dalton's headaches and violent psychosis are the symptoms of a severe and likely-fatal brain tumor. [[TheSociopath Of course, he's probably still a complete psychopath regardless considering his callous disregard for anyone's suffering and his utter lack of remorse]], but his disease would only serve to exacerbate an already-serious problem.
25th Sep '13 3:56:15 PM EarlOfSandvich
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![[center: This about the webcomic, not Film.{{Jack}}. All furries in the film were in disguise. ]]

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![[center: This about the webcomic, not Film.{{Jack}}.{{Jack|1996}}. All furries in the film were in disguise. ]]
28th Aug '13 7:33:38 PM Ometta6
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[[WMG: Dalton has a brain tumor.]]

Based on what little is revealed about the CompleteMonster Dalton from his titular arc, we know that he has severe headaches and [[AxCrazy appears to be very mentally unhinged, causing him to lash out in violent rages.]] Knowing that Satan is also [[spoiler: willing to make him the new Sin of Wrath should Jack try life again, and taking what he said about "not interfering with somebody's timeline" into account]], it could be safe to assume that Dalton's headaches and violent psychosis are the symptoms of a severe and likely-fatal brain tumor. [[TheSociopath Of course, he's probably still a complete psychopath regardless considering his callous disregard for anyone's suffering and his utter lack of remorse]], but his disease would only serve to exacerbate an already-serious problem.
26th May '13 10:04:58 PM SevenDeadPineTrees
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[[WMG: Sooner or later, Drip's Grandmother is going to rule Drip's corner of Hell]]

Even with most of her body sealed up in a wall, even with Drip being the embodiment of Lust, she can still cow him with a handful of words. Eventually she's going to become a power-behind-the-throne type, and she'll either be content with simply owning her grandson for eternity... or she'll usurp him.
4th May '13 10:32:44 AM MacronNotes
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[[WMG: Jack wiped out humanity by causing [[NeonGenesisEvangelion Instrumentality]].]]

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[[WMG: Jack wiped out humanity by causing [[NeonGenesisEvangelion [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Instrumentality]].]]



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4th Jun '12 1:35:53 AM Frank75
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* And somewhen after all that Jack went on a killing spree for some reason -- probably involving Jill' death, or may I say, ''execution'' -- and killed all humans. All of them. Whether he killed himself -- and maybe Central -- afterwards, {{Pro-Mole}} is not very sure.

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* And somewhen after all that Jack went on a killing spree for some reason -- probably involving Jill' death, or may I say, ''execution'' -- and killed all humans. All of them. Whether he killed himself -- and maybe Central -- afterwards, {{Pro-Mole}} @/{{Pro-Mole}} is not very sure.
18th Mar '12 4:27:48 PM nombretomado
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First of all, let's consider just how unlikely it is that Jack alone could have killed 7 billion people. So he joined forces with SEELE, who managed to get Rei to merge with Lillith, kicking off instrumentality, reducing humanity to Tang. God saw what was done, and caused the furries to repeat human history, but also noticed that one human boy survived. Shinji Ikari, floating in EVA-01 in space. Out of mercy, God opened up a wormhole to another Earth that existed in that universe, and granted Shinji immortality, and formidable divine and psychic powers. Upon landing on that Earth, Shinji noticed how primitive the humans living there were, and begins to teach them - after recovering from shock, of course - and eventually he also becomes more masculine. Millennia pass, and humanity spreads to the stars, before collapsing into a new dark age. Shinji plans to fight this by creating genetically-engineered super-soldiers, the Space Marines, and their Primarchs, after crowning himself Emperor. The Horus Heresy happens, Shinji is wired up to the Golden Throne, and the general setting for [[WarhammerFortyThousand Warhammer 40000]] is created. And Drip becomes a Daemon Prince of Slaanesh.

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First of all, let's consider just how unlikely it is that Jack alone could have killed 7 billion people. So he joined forces with SEELE, who managed to get Rei to merge with Lillith, kicking off instrumentality, reducing humanity to Tang. God saw what was done, and caused the furries to repeat human history, but also noticed that one human boy survived. Shinji Ikari, floating in EVA-01 in space. Out of mercy, God opened up a wormhole to another Earth that existed in that universe, and granted Shinji immortality, and formidable divine and psychic powers. Upon landing on that Earth, Shinji noticed how primitive the humans living there were, and begins to teach them - after recovering from shock, of course - and eventually he also becomes more masculine. Millennia pass, and humanity spreads to the stars, before collapsing into a new dark age. Shinji plans to fight this by creating genetically-engineered super-soldiers, the Space Marines, and their Primarchs, after crowning himself Emperor. The Horus Heresy happens, Shinji is wired up to the Golden Throne, and the general setting for [[WarhammerFortyThousand Warhammer 40000]] TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} is created. And Drip becomes a Daemon Prince of Slaanesh.
2nd Mar '12 9:11:35 PM BiggerJ
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They were, in turn, created by another race, Earth's original masters and (perhaps) the direct children of God. Unlike their creation, humanity, they'd developed extraterrestrial travel by the time their creation rebelled. Sensing that victory was too likely, they left the rebels stranged on their mudball, assuming they'd never have to deal with their vengeful children again. They were right. Their ''grandchildren,'' on the other hand...

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They were, in turn, created by another race, Earth's original masters and (perhaps) the direct children of God. Unlike their creation, humanity, they'd developed extraterrestrial travel by the time their creation rebelled. Sensing that victory was too likely, they left the rebels stranged stranded on their mudball, assuming they'd never have to deal with their vengeful children again. They were right. Their ''grandchildren,'' on the other hand...




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* Despite what you might think, God never forgot her original creation. She changed her form to match the newest incarnation of her progeny, yes... but she never did change her eyes.
17th Feb '12 9:10:39 PM BiggerJ
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They were, in turn, created by another race, Earth's original masters and the direct children of God. Unlike their creation, humanity, they'd developed extraterrestrial travel by the time their creation rebelled. Sensing that victory was too likely, they left the rebels stranged on their mudball, assuming they'd never have to deal with their vengeful children again. They were right. Their ''grandchildren,'' on the other hand...

Once upon a time, the wings of the angels weren't feathered, but insectoid.

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They were, in turn, created by another race, Earth's original masters and (perhaps) the direct children of God. Unlike their creation, humanity, they'd developed extraterrestrial travel by the time their creation rebelled. Sensing that victory was too likely, they left the rebels stranged on their mudball, assuming they'd never have to deal with their vengeful children again. They were right. Their ''grandchildren,'' on the other hand...

Once upon a time, the wings of the angels weren't feathered, but insectoid.
17th Feb '12 9:08:45 PM BiggerJ
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[[WMG: Humans weren't first.]]
They were, in turn, created by another race, Earth's original masters and the direct children of God. Unlike their creation, humanity, they'd developed extraterrestrial travel by the time their creation rebelled. Sensing that victory was too likely, they left the rebels stranged on their mudball, assuming they'd never have to deal with their vengeful children again. They were right. Their ''grandchildren,'' on the other hand...

Once upon a time, the wings of the angels weren't feathered, but insectoid.
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