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12th Nov '16 5:03:50 AM Mysterics
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nightopians are the spirits of the innocent (most likely, children,whence they act like children forever. While adults appear as animals or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians, the cherubic nightopians are so much more common because many people don't make it to adulthood, and they also include those that were never born or are waiting to be born. Adults appear as sapient animals,possibly including Owl, or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians), while animal guides, like Owl, are more like angels in the truer sense, they protect and guide the Nightopians and visitors, preparing visitors for their afterlife so that they do not become nightmaren.

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nightopians are the spirits of the innocent (most likely, children,whence they act like children forever. While adults appear as animals or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians, the cherubic nightopians are so much more common because many people don't make it to adulthood, and they also include those that were never born or are waiting to be born. Adults appear as sapient animals,possibly including Owl, or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians), while animal guides, like Owl, are more like angels in the truer sense, they protect and guide the Nightopians and visitors, preparing visitors for their afterlife so that they do not become nightmaren.
nightmaren. Cherubic nightopians are so much more common becuase many people don't make it to adulthood, and they include those that are waiting to be born or ''were'' waiting to be born before pregnancy complications.
12th Nov '16 5:01:31 AM Mysterics
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nightopians are the spirits of the innocent (most likely, children,whence them being child-like forever. While adults appear as animals or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians, the cherubic nightopians are so much more common because of the amount of people that don't make it to adulthood,including those that were destined to be born but weren't for whatever reason), while animal guides, like Owl, are more like angels in the truer sense, they protect and guide the Nightopians and visitors, preparing visitors for their afterlife so that they do not become nightmaren.

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nightopians are the spirits of the innocent (most likely, children,whence them being child-like they act like children forever. While adults appear as animals or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians, the cherubic nightopians are so much more common because of the amount of many people that don't make it to adulthood,including adulthood, and they also include those that were destined never born or are waiting to be born but weren't for whatever reason), born. Adults appear as sapient animals,possibly including Owl, or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians), while animal guides, like Owl, are more like angels in the truer sense, they protect and guide the Nightopians and visitors, preparing visitors for their afterlife so that they do not become nightmaren.
12th Nov '16 4:54:34 AM Mysterics
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nightopians are the spirits of the innocent (most likely, children, while adults appear as animals or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians, the cherubic nightopians are so much more common because of the amount of people that don't make it to adulthood,including those that were destined to be born but weren't for whatever reason), while animal guides, like Owl, are more like angels in the truer sense, they protect and guide the Nightopians and visitors, preparing visitors for their afterlife so that they do not become nightmaren.

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nightopians are the spirits of the innocent (most likely, children, while children,whence them being child-like forever. While adults appear as animals or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians, the cherubic nightopians are so much more common because of the amount of people that don't make it to adulthood,including those that were destined to be born but weren't for whatever reason), while animal guides, like Owl, are more like angels in the truer sense, they protect and guide the Nightopians and visitors, preparing visitors for their afterlife so that they do not become nightmaren.
12th Nov '16 4:53:44 AM Mysterics
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Nightopians are the spirits of the innocent, while animal guides, like Owl, are more like angels in the truer sense, they protect and guide the Nightopians and visitors, preparing visitors for their afterlife so that they do not become nightmaren.

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Nightopians nightopians are the spirits of the innocent, innocent (most likely, children, while adults appear as animals or other beings/less familiar-looking nightopians, the cherubic nightopians are so much more common because of the amount of people that don't make it to adulthood,including those that were destined to be born but weren't for whatever reason), while animal guides, like Owl, are more like angels in the truer sense, they protect and guide the Nightopians and visitors, preparing visitors for their afterlife so that they do not become nightmaren.
12th Nov '16 4:46:16 AM Mysterics
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12th Nov '16 4:44:20 AM Mysterics
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2nd and 3rd levels were humans that lost their souls, and consume Nightopia, Nightopians and hunt ideya mindlessly because they're desperate to be whole. They might have not even been bad people originally, so much as completely devoid of ideya; the parts that make up their soul. 1st levels however, have intact souls, possibly even taken while still alive.

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2nd and 3rd levels were humans that lost their souls, and consume Nightopia, Nightopians and hunt ideya mindlessly because they're desperate to be whole. They might have not even been bad people originally, so much as completely devoid of ideya; the parts that make up their soul. While 2nd and 3rd levels would have lived a broken afterlife without Wizeman anyway, 1st levels however, have intact complete souls, possibly even taken while still alive.and would have been destined for Nightopia without Wizeman's intervention.
12th Nov '16 3:56:58 AM Mysterics
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2nd and 3rd levels were humans that lost their souls, and consume Nightopia, Nightopians and hunt ideya mindlessly because they're desperate to be whole. They might have not even been bad people originally, so much as people that died having lost all their ideya; the parts that make up their soul. 1st levels however, have intact souls, possibly even taken while still alive.

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2nd and 3rd levels were humans that lost their souls, and consume Nightopia, Nightopians and hunt ideya mindlessly because they're desperate to be whole. They might have not even been bad people originally, so much as people that died having lost all their completely devoid of ideya; the parts that make up their soul. 1st levels however, have intact souls, possibly even taken while still alive.
12th Nov '16 3:56:05 AM Mysterics
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2nd and 3rd levels were humans that lost their souls, and consume Nightopia, Nightopians and hunt ideya mindlessly because they're desperate to be whole. 1st levels however,were innocent and wrongly taken, perhaps even while still alive,as such they have intact souls.

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2nd and 3rd levels were humans that lost their souls, and consume Nightopia, Nightopians and hunt ideya mindlessly because they're desperate to be whole. They might have not even been bad people originally, so much as people that died having lost all their ideya; the parts that make up their soul. 1st levels however,were innocent and wrongly taken, perhaps however, have intact souls, possibly even taken while still alive,as such they have intact souls.alive.
12th Nov '16 3:32:14 AM Mysterics
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2nd and 3rd levels were humans that lost their souls, and consume Nightopia, Nightopians and hunt ideya mindlessly partly because they're desperate to be whole. 1st levels however,don't really belong there; they were innocent, perhaps even taken while still alive.
Reala's will got broken and he lost faith in goodness, NiGHTS didn't, perhaps because the latter got a lucky escape, or perhaps because he's the stronger spirit.

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Nightopians are the spirits of the innocent, while animal guides, like Owl, are more like angels in the truer sense, they protect and guide the Nightopians and visitors, preparing visitors for their afterlife so that they do not become nightmaren.

2nd and 3rd levels were humans that lost their souls, and consume Nightopia, Nightopians and hunt ideya mindlessly partly because they're desperate to be whole. 1st levels however,don't really belong there; they were innocent, however,were innocent and wrongly taken, perhaps even taken while still alive.
alive,as such they have intact souls.
Reala's will got broken and he lost faith in goodness, NiGHTS didn't, perhaps because the latter he got a lucky escape, or perhaps because he's he has the stronger spirit.will.
2nd Nov '16 3:35:48 PM Mysterics
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[[WMG: Nights survived Wizeman's destruction/defeat/death/indeterminant-hibernation-dreamless-sleep, as did a couple other Nightmarens, due to having part of an Ideya.]]



At the end of ''Journey of Dreams'', when [[spoiler:Helen plays [=NiGHTS=]'s song]], she nods and has a nostalgic smile on her face. When she was younger, she managed to get through the Dream Gate without losing her Ideya, and met [=NiGHTS=], who helped her overcome her fears the same way s/he helped the protagonists. That's precisely ''why'' she has such a look on her face: not only is she proud of her daughter, but she [[spoiler:''recognizes'' the song]] and has instantly figured out what happened.

[[WMG: Everything in the [=NiGHTS=] series is based on true events.]]

The creator of [=NiGHTS=] was once quoted as his inspiration for [=NiGHTS=] coming to him in a dream. The series is, of course, about children going into their dreams and conquering their fears and nightmares. Notice how the goals for each human character outside the dream world are completely realistic goals for children to have; boy wants to defeat rival basketball team, girl wants to overcome stage fright to audition for a singing role, girl wants to balance time with mother and time with friends, boy wants his dad around more in order to boost his self-confidence. Nothing fantastic, nothing magical. Just normal kids who all happen to have access to a unified dream dimension where a certain jester-like humanoid creature lives. If these kids can go there... why can't anyone? Anyone including, say, a grown man who works for a videogame designing company?

The meat of my theory is this: [=NiGHTS=] met the game's creator in a dream. They became close friends within the dreamscape, and [=NiGHTS=] begins to tell the man stories of other dreamers s/he has met. The man, after listening to these stories, decides basing a new game off these stories is easier than being original, and so begins creation and production of Nights Into Dreams. Sadly, [=NiGHTS=]' visits with him soon become rarer until s/he stops appearing altogether... until eleven years have passed, when [=NiGHTS=] finally returns with new stories to tell.

To add slight credence to my theory, listen to this: according to the 2000 US census, there are 29 people in the US named Elliot Edwards, the same name as the male protagonist in the first game. Granted, it also says there is only one (or fewer) person in the US named Claris Sinclair, and the data given for Helen and Will can be thrown out the window as they clearly live in England and not in the US. Still...it makes you wonder.

[[WMG: Journey of Dreams is actually a prequel to [=NiD=].]]

[[WMG: [=NiGHTS=] has two separate personalities, one male and one female.]]
[=NiGHTS=] is androgynous by Word of God, yes? This is because xe’s both male and female. The Visitor meets the personality that he or she would feel more comfortable with. This is evident because [=NiGHTS=] acts very differently in each dream in Journey of Dreams, and also because either [=NiGHTS=] doesn’t seem to know about the other Visitor’s existence until both children rescue hir in the clock tower. By that point, [=NiGHTS=]’s personalities had again merged into one.
* He-[=NiGHTS=] is the personality that Will meets. He is the calmer, considerate, tougher half.
** Reala refers to him as “he.”
** He is often found calmly sitting and playing his flute. In fact, this is the first impression you get of him in the game. He can and will act quickly, but he explains his intentions to Will before taking action.
** He is very respectful of Owl, letting him be Mr. Exposition and taking his advice seriously.
** He considers the black sea to be a serious threat.
** He is more attentive to Will’s feelings and readily does what Will wants when asked.
** His being a Nightmaren doesn’t seem to bother him, as he keeps sitting and playing his flute when Reala reminds him of the fact. He seems a bit more sensitive about Wizeman being his father, enjoying listening to Will talk about the good times he has with his dad and dodging Will’s questions about his own father.
** When he talks to Reala, he does so calmly, not giving Reala all of the attention that he wants. While he does challenge Reala to a fight, he does so in the same calm tone of voice that he always uses towards his brother, and when it appears that Reala is injured, he tries to help him.
** Reala knows that he-[=NiGHTS=] values Will’s safety most, and gets him to surrender in the desert by taking Will prisoner first and threatening the boy’s life.
* She-[=NiGHTS=] is the personality that Helen meets. She is the hyper, abrasive, more emotional half.
** Reala never refers to her with a gender-specific pronoun, only calling her “sibling.” Note that he ''doesn’t'' call her “brother.”
** She basically dive-bombs into the game, showing her more wild tendencies from the start. She-[=NiGHTS=] is very gung-ho, readily throwing herself and Helen into dangerous situations without much preamble and vehemently denying her being afraid of anything.
** She sees Owl as a fussy old bird, encouraging Helen not to waste time listening to him. And then there’s the scene where she and Helen just laugh at him for several minutes…
** She quickly dismisses the black sea’s danger to Helen’s soul as “just a story.”
** She is a bit more self-centered, openly mocking Helen’s fearfulness, leaving her alone in a forest that she'd just said a moment ago was dangerous, and being reluctant to help Helen with her dream until it's obvious that the girl is truly upset.
** Her being a Nightmaren appears to weigh heavily on her mind. In an early scene, she enters wearing her persona, but quickly throws it away and changes the subject when Helen asks about it. When Reala tells Helen that [=NiGHTS=] is a Nightmaren, [=NiGHTS=] freezes up, unable to deny it, and spends the rest of the scene standing there uselessly.
** She-[=NiGHTS=]’s relation with Reala seems to be a bit complicated. In his first appearance, Reala shoves her against the door and strangles her, probably because he doesn’t want to give her the chance to attack him, which, knowing the rest of her personality, she would quickly do. However, she may have met with Reala off-screen, since she enters one cutscene wearing her persona. When Reala shows up in the Forest of Memories, she-[=NiGHTS=] hesitates, is easily put down by his persuasion of Helen, and apparently gives up without much of a fight after Helen is sent out of her dream world.
** Reala knows that she-[=NiGHTS=] values Helen’s trust and friendship most, and disables her by telling Helen that [=NiGHTS=] is a Nightmaren. Helen’s reaction at being “betrayed” was enough to make she-[=NiGHTS=] lose her desire to fight back.
* [=NiGHTS=] hirself is only really there when the two personalities are combined. Xe is more mature than either half, [[spoiler:calmly accepting hir “death” at the end of the game]]. Xe has he-[=NiGHTS=]’s calmness, she-[=NiGHTS=]’s fearlessness, and exhibits the caring for hir friends that both halves show.
** May this Troper just say that's absolutely brilliant?
** This third Troper is impressed too. Putting it another way, he-NiGHTS is [[TheSpock the Superego]], and she-NiGHTS is [[TheMcCoy the Id]], and by coming together [[TheKirk the Ego is created]]. It's impressive stuff.

[[WMG: Nightmarens' entire bodies are invisible except for their heads.]]
[=NiGHTS=] doesn't seem to have wrists or a neck, and just look at Jackle.

[[WMG: The jewels Wizeman wears are stolen Ideya]]
* In dreams, Ideya holds a great deal of power, and Wizeman's goal has always been stealing the Ideya of Visitors. Wearing the Ideya grants Wizeman his godlike strength. It serves as NightmareFuel as well considering how much ''more'' jewelry he has in ''Journey of Dreams'' compared to ''into Dreams''

[[WMG: Awakers do not spawn in the Black Sea.]]
This is why you can easily become real-world comatose if you fall in the thing without something to rescue you at the last second. Nothing will drag you up. Night Overs still occur during Bellbridge and Twin Seeds because the Ideya of Courage is willing to substitute and drag you out if you fail.

[[WMG: Both Twin Seeds and Bellbridge are set in the same universe as [[SonicAdventure Station Square]].]]

[[WMG: If Wizeman really was once a visitor who lost his/had no red Ideya...]]
Does that mean that those who lost their main Ideya would:
* end up like him? Wizeman said that he will always return after his defeat/death, but NiGHTS' death proved that he, as well as every other Nightmaren are gone with him. But that's not right, NiGHTS was seen at the end of the game. How? Once Wizeman deprives a visitor of their idea, they could go mad as well and try to find it, but end up with the same fate and become a 'duplicate' Wizeman or something similar, so the NiGHTS we've seen might have also been a copy/duplicate as well.
* become a Nightmaren servant of his? it is possible that Nightamarens existed before Wizeman lost his Ideya and went nuts, but what kind of Nightmarens? I believe that prior to Wizeman's descent to insanity, only third level Nightmaren, the primal ones, existed. Second level as well as First level Nightmarens were once visitors that became what they are after either having their Idea stolen or falling into the Black Sea, and their new forms are a representation of what they used to be, like, and/or fear. And besides, have you ever wondered what are those gems they were wearing? They are fragments of their main Ideya...
** Now that I think about it, seeing how Nightmarens create their own dimensions in dreams and all that, all I could think of is Madoka now.

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At the end of ''Journey of Dreams'', [[WMG:You dream endlessly when [[spoiler:Helen plays [=NiGHTS=]'s song]], she nods you die]]
Nightopia
and has a nostalgic smile on her face. When she was younger, she managed to get through the Dream Gate without losing her Ideya, Nightmare are heaven and met [=NiGHTS=], who helped her overcome her fears the same way s/he helped the protagonists. That's precisely ''why'' she has such a look on her face: hell respectively, though not only is she proud of her daughter, but she [[spoiler:''recognizes'' the song]] quite as we know them.
2nd
and has instantly figured out what happened.

[[WMG: Everything in the [=NiGHTS=] series is based on true events.]]

The creator of [=NiGHTS=] was once quoted as his inspiration for [=NiGHTS=] coming to him in a dream. The series is, of course, about children going into
3rd levels were humans that lost their dreams souls, and conquering their fears consume Nightopia, Nightopians and nightmares. Notice how the goals for each human character outside the dream world are completely realistic goals for children to have; boy wants to defeat rival basketball team, girl wants to overcome stage fright to audition for a singing role, girl wants to balance time with mother and time with friends, boy wants his dad around more in order to boost his self-confidence. Nothing fantastic, nothing magical. Just normal kids who all happen to have access to a unified dream dimension where a certain jester-like humanoid creature lives. If these kids can go there... why can't anyone? Anyone including, say, a grown man who works for a videogame designing company?

The meat of my theory is this: [=NiGHTS=] met the game's creator in a dream. They became close friends within the dreamscape, and [=NiGHTS=] begins to tell the man stories of other dreamers s/he has met. The man, after listening to these stories, decides basing a new game off these stories is easier than being original, and so begins creation and production of Nights Into Dreams. Sadly, [=NiGHTS=]' visits with him soon become rarer until s/he stops appearing altogether... until eleven years have passed, when [=NiGHTS=] finally returns with new stories to tell.

To add slight credence to my theory, listen to this: according to the 2000 US census, there are 29 people in the US named Elliot Edwards, the same name as the male protagonist in the first game. Granted, it also says there is only one (or fewer) person in the US named Claris Sinclair, and the data given for Helen and Will can be thrown out the window as they clearly live in England and not in the US. Still...it makes you wonder.

[[WMG: Journey of Dreams is actually a prequel to [=NiD=].]]

[[WMG: [=NiGHTS=] has two separate personalities, one male and one female.]]
[=NiGHTS=] is androgynous by Word of God, yes? This is
hunt ideya mindlessly partly because xe’s both male and female. The Visitor meets the personality that he or she would feel more comfortable with. This is evident because [=NiGHTS=] acts very differently in each dream in Journey of Dreams, and also because either [=NiGHTS=] doesn’t seem to know about the other Visitor’s existence until both children rescue hir in the clock tower. By that point, [=NiGHTS=]’s personalities had again merged into one.
* He-[=NiGHTS=] is the personality that Will meets. He is the calmer, considerate, tougher half.
** Reala refers to him as “he.”
** He is often found calmly sitting and playing his flute. In fact, this is the first impression you get of him in the game. He can and will act quickly, but he explains his intentions to Will before taking action.
** He is very respectful of Owl, letting him be Mr. Exposition and taking his advice seriously.
** He considers the black sea
they're desperate to be a serious threat.
** He is more attentive to Will’s feelings and readily does what Will wants when asked.
** His being a Nightmaren doesn’t seem to bother him, as he keeps sitting and playing his flute when Reala reminds him of the fact. He seems a bit more sensitive about Wizeman being his father, enjoying listening to Will talk about the good times he has with his dad and dodging Will’s questions about his own father.
** When he talks to Reala, he does so calmly, not giving Reala all of the attention that he wants. While he does challenge Reala to a fight, he does so in the same calm tone of voice that he always uses towards his brother, and when it appears that Reala is injured, he tries to help him.
** Reala knows that he-[=NiGHTS=] values Will’s safety most, and gets him to surrender in the desert by taking Will prisoner first and threatening the boy’s life.
* She-[=NiGHTS=] is the personality that Helen meets. She is the hyper, abrasive, more emotional half.
** Reala never refers to her with a gender-specific pronoun, only calling her “sibling.” Note that he ''doesn’t'' call her “brother.”
** She basically dive-bombs into the game, showing her more wild tendencies from the start. She-[=NiGHTS=] is very gung-ho, readily throwing herself and Helen into dangerous situations without much preamble and vehemently denying her being afraid of anything.
** She sees Owl as a fussy old bird, encouraging Helen not to waste time listening to him. And then there’s the scene where she and Helen just laugh at him for several minutes…
** She quickly dismisses the black sea’s danger to Helen’s soul as “just a story.”
** She is a bit more self-centered, openly mocking Helen’s fearfulness, leaving her alone in a forest that she'd just said a moment ago was dangerous, and being reluctant to help Helen with her dream until it's obvious that the girl is truly upset.
** Her being a Nightmaren appears to weigh heavily on her mind. In an early scene, she enters wearing her persona, but quickly throws it away and changes the subject when Helen asks about it. When Reala tells Helen that [=NiGHTS=] is a Nightmaren, [=NiGHTS=] freezes up, unable to deny it, and spends the rest of the scene standing there uselessly.
** She-[=NiGHTS=]’s relation with Reala seems to be a bit complicated. In his first appearance, Reala shoves her against the door and strangles her, probably because he doesn’t want to give her the chance to attack him, which, knowing the rest of her personality, she would quickly do. However, she may have met with Reala off-screen, since she enters one cutscene wearing her persona. When Reala shows up in the Forest of Memories, she-[=NiGHTS=] hesitates, is easily put down by his persuasion of Helen, and apparently gives up without much of a fight after Helen is sent out of her dream world.
** Reala knows that she-[=NiGHTS=] values Helen’s trust and friendship most, and disables her by telling Helen that [=NiGHTS=] is a Nightmaren. Helen’s reaction at being “betrayed” was enough to make she-[=NiGHTS=] lose her desire to fight back.
* [=NiGHTS=] hirself is only
whole. 1st levels however,don't really there when the two personalities are combined. Xe is more mature than either half, [[spoiler:calmly accepting hir “death” at the end of the game]]. Xe has he-[=NiGHTS=]’s calmness, she-[=NiGHTS=]’s fearlessness, and exhibits the caring for hir friends that both halves show.
** May this Troper just say that's absolutely brilliant?
** This third Troper is impressed too. Putting it another way, he-NiGHTS is [[TheSpock the Superego]], and she-NiGHTS is [[TheMcCoy the Id]], and by coming together [[TheKirk the Ego is created]]. It's impressive stuff.

[[WMG: Nightmarens' entire bodies are invisible except for their heads.]]
[=NiGHTS=] doesn't seem to have wrists or a neck, and just look at Jackle.

[[WMG: The jewels Wizeman wears are stolen Ideya]]
* In dreams, Ideya holds a great deal of power, and Wizeman's goal has always been stealing the Ideya of Visitors. Wearing the Ideya grants Wizeman his godlike strength. It serves as NightmareFuel as well considering how much ''more'' jewelry he has in ''Journey of Dreams'' compared to ''into Dreams''

[[WMG: Awakers do not spawn in the Black Sea.]]
This is why you can easily become real-world comatose if you fall in the thing without something to rescue you at the last second. Nothing will drag you up. Night Overs
belong there; they were innocent, perhaps even taken while still occur during Bellbridge alive.
Reala's will got broken
and Twin Seeds he lost faith in goodness, NiGHTS didn't, perhaps because the Ideya of Courage is willing to substitute and drag you out if you fail.

[[WMG: Both Twin Seeds and Bellbridge are set in
latter got a lucky escape, or perhaps because he's the same universe as [[SonicAdventure Station Square]].]]

[[WMG: If Wizeman really was once a visitor who lost his/had no red Ideya...]]
Does that mean that those who lost their main Ideya would:
* end up like him? Wizeman said that he will always return after his defeat/death, but NiGHTS' death proved that he, as well as every other Nightmaren are gone with him. But that's not right, NiGHTS was seen at the end of the game. How? Once Wizeman deprives a visitor of their idea, they could go mad as well and try to find it, but end up with the same fate and become a 'duplicate' Wizeman or something similar, so the NiGHTS we've seen might have also been a copy/duplicate as well.
* become a Nightmaren servant of his? it is possible that Nightamarens existed before Wizeman lost his Ideya and went nuts, but what kind of Nightmarens? I believe that prior to Wizeman's descent to insanity, only third level Nightmaren, the primal ones, existed. Second level as well as First level Nightmarens were once visitors that became what they are after either having their Idea stolen or falling into the Black Sea, and their new forms are a representation of what they used to be, like, and/or fear. And besides, have you ever wondered what are those gems they were wearing? They are fragments of their main Ideya...
** Now that I think about it, seeing how Nightmarens create their own dimensions in dreams and all that, all I could think of is Madoka now.
stronger spirit.
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