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28th Mar '17 1:29:57 PM BaconFlavoredDerp
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26th Mar '17 11:05:15 PM streakson22
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Everyone in that episode being extremely colorblind was no coincidence. It was another one of Project Freelancer's experiments. They wanted to see how two groups of color-divided soldiers who couldn't see color would be able to operate. Sister, also being just as colorblind, was supposed to be part of the experiment, but she stayed in Blood Gulch. Either she wanted to stay, like Sarge, or she didn't even know she was supposed to leave. This makes sense chronologically, too: Early in the episode, Cobb mentions Blood Gulch. He shouldn't know that Blood Gulch exists, since it's a backwater canyon where no one ever goes. I know they probably just wanted to reference Blood Gulch and didn't consider the logic behind iit, but there is a way to justify this: He saw the recruitment video from the episode Fight the Good Fight, which takes place just before everyone in Blood Gulch left. Since the video's been heavily edited and is now being shown to new recruits, that means there's a time gap between these two episodes. Probably enough time that the Reds and Blues are at their new posts by the time Grey vs. Gray starts. That means Sister would've been there if she had left in the first place.

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Everyone in that episode being extremely colorblind was no coincidence. It was another one of Project Freelancer's experiments. They wanted to see how two groups of color-divided soldiers who couldn't see color would be able to operate. Sister, also being just as colorblind, was supposed to be part of the experiment, but she stayed in Blood Gulch. Either she wanted to stay, like Sarge, or she didn't even know she was supposed to leave. This makes sense chronologically, too: Early in the episode, Cobb mentions Blood Gulch. He shouldn't know that Blood Gulch exists, since it's a backwater canyon where no one ever goes. I know they probably just wanted to reference Blood Gulch and didn't consider the logic behind iit, it, but there is a way to justify this: He saw the recruitment video from the episode Fight the Good Fight, which takes place just before everyone in Blood Gulch left. Since the video's been heavily edited and is now being shown to new recruits, that means there's a time gap between these two episodes. Probably enough time that the Reds and Blues are at their new posts by the time Grey vs. Gray starts. That means Sister would've been there if she had left in the first place.
26th Mar '17 11:04:23 PM streakson22
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Everyone in that episode being extremely colorblind was no coincidence. It was another one of Project Freelancer's experiments. They wanted to see how two groups of color-divided soldiers who couldn't see color would be able to operate. Sister, also being just as colorblind, was supposed to be part of the experiment, but she stayed in Blood Gulch. Either she wanted to stay, like Sarge, or she didn't even know she was supposed to leave. This makes sense chronologically, too: Early in the episode, Cobb mentions Blood Gulch. He shouldn't know that Blood Gulch exists, since it's a backwater canyon where no one ever goes. [[TheyJustDidntCare I know what the more likely explanation is,]] but there is a way to justify this: He saw the recruitment video from the episode Fight the Good Fight, which takes place just before everyone in Blood Gulch left. Since the video's been heavily edited and is now being shown to new recruits, that means there's a time gap between these two episodes. Probably enough time that the Reds and Blues are at their new posts by the time Grey vs. Gray starts. That means Sister would've been there if she had left in the first place.

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Everyone in that episode being extremely colorblind was no coincidence. It was another one of Project Freelancer's experiments. They wanted to see how two groups of color-divided soldiers who couldn't see color would be able to operate. Sister, also being just as colorblind, was supposed to be part of the experiment, but she stayed in Blood Gulch. Either she wanted to stay, like Sarge, or she didn't even know she was supposed to leave. This makes sense chronologically, too: Early in the episode, Cobb mentions Blood Gulch. He shouldn't know that Blood Gulch exists, since it's a backwater canyon where no one ever goes. [[TheyJustDidntCare I know what they probably just wanted to reference Blood Gulch and didn't consider the more likely explanation is,]] logic behind iit, but there is a way to justify this: He saw the recruitment video from the episode Fight the Good Fight, which takes place just before everyone in Blood Gulch left. Since the video's been heavily edited and is now being shown to new recruits, that means there's a time gap between these two episodes. Probably enough time that the Reds and Blues are at their new posts by the time Grey vs. Gray starts. That means Sister would've been there if she had left in the first place.
26th Mar '17 10:52:08 PM streakson22
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Everyone in that episode being extremely colorblind was no coincidence. It was another one of Project Freelancer's experiments. They wanted to see how two groups of color-divided soldiers who couldn't see color would be able to operate. Sister, also being just as colorblind, was supposed to be part of the experiment, but she stayed in Blood Gulch. Either she wanted to stay, like Sarge, or she didn't even know she was supposed to leave. This makes sense chronologically, too: Early in the episode, Cobb mentions Blood Gulch. He shouldn't know that Blood Gulch exists, since it's a backwater canyon where no one ever goes. The only good explanation is that he saw the training video from the episode Fight the Good Fight, which takes place just before everyone in Blood Gulch left. Since the video's been heavily edited and is now being shown to new recruits, that means there's a time gap between these two episodes. Probably enough time that the Reds and Blues are at their new posts by the time Grey vs. Gray starts. That means Sister would've been there if she had left in the first place.

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Everyone in that episode being extremely colorblind was no coincidence. It was another one of Project Freelancer's experiments. They wanted to see how two groups of color-divided soldiers who couldn't see color would be able to operate. Sister, also being just as colorblind, was supposed to be part of the experiment, but she stayed in Blood Gulch. Either she wanted to stay, like Sarge, or she didn't even know she was supposed to leave. This makes sense chronologically, too: Early in the episode, Cobb mentions Blood Gulch. He shouldn't know that Blood Gulch exists, since it's a backwater canyon where no one ever goes. The only good [[TheyJustDidntCare I know what the more likely explanation is,]] but there is that he a way to justify this: He saw the training recruitment video from the episode Fight the Good Fight, which takes place just before everyone in Blood Gulch left. Since the video's been heavily edited and is now being shown to new recruits, that means there's a time gap between these two episodes. Probably enough time that the Reds and Blues are at their new posts by the time Grey vs. Gray starts. That means Sister would've been there if she had left in the first place.
26th Mar '17 9:08:51 PM streakson22
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He'll help Locus "make things right" while keeping him on the right path, and much emphasis will be put on him being the exact opposite of Felix.

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He'll help Locus "make things right" while keeping him on the right path, and much emphasis will be put on him being the exact opposite of Felix.Felix.

[[WMG: Post-Blood Gulch Chronicles, Sister was supposed to be reassigned to the place shown in Grey vs. Gray.]]
Everyone in that episode being extremely colorblind was no coincidence. It was another one of Project Freelancer's experiments. They wanted to see how two groups of color-divided soldiers who couldn't see color would be able to operate. Sister, also being just as colorblind, was supposed to be part of the experiment, but she stayed in Blood Gulch. Either she wanted to stay, like Sarge, or she didn't even know she was supposed to leave. This makes sense chronologically, too: Early in the episode, Cobb mentions Blood Gulch. He shouldn't know that Blood Gulch exists, since it's a backwater canyon where no one ever goes. The only good explanation is that he saw the training video from the episode Fight the Good Fight, which takes place just before everyone in Blood Gulch left. Since the video's been heavily edited and is now being shown to new recruits, that means there's a time gap between these two episodes. Probably enough time that the Reds and Blues are at their new posts by the time Grey vs. Gray starts. That means Sister would've been there if she had left in the first place.
18th Feb '17 2:12:40 PM Gosicrystal
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* Yes, it takes place in Blood Gulch. But there may be a reason it looks different, other than because of the new engine used. [[NoExceptYes So it takes place in Blood Gulch... but in a different Blood Gulch.]] After all, the Reds and Blues have no reason to go back to Blood Gulch after getting transferred to Valhalla already, and it'd be a bit jarring to go back to Blood Gulch when the UNSC hardly has reason to relocate them all over again. [[spoiler: It's all Epsilon's memories of Blood Gulch while in the storage/capture unit. This way, all the characters that should be dead or thought dead (Sister, Wyoming, Meta, Donut, Lopez, etc.) can be brought back in a reasonable fashion, as can [[SnapBack Sarge's hate of the Blues,]] [[CharacterDevelopment because he let that go last season,]] and StatusquoIsGod.]] If this is true, it will most likely return to the original comedy series of the Blood Gulch Chronicles, with a less serious tone...[[spoiler:because it will be the memories of those times.]] Then again, the series losing the CerebusSyndrome seems unlikely, and I'm sure Creator/RoosterTeeth wouldn't [[spoiler: just do an exact repeat of the Blood Gulch Chronicles with Halo:Reach's engine. Because the next season may be constructed by Epsilon and Alpha's memories, things will become muddled and out-of-order; for instance, when a Freelancer is called maybe another one will arrive in place of Tex, a Freelancer Church knew, like Washington or Wyoming. If Church and Tex DO meet, the season may be about them trying to get out of the storage/capture unit.

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* Yes, it takes place in Blood Gulch. But there may be a reason it looks different, other than because of the new engine used. [[NoExceptYes [[ByNoIMeanYes So it takes place in Blood Gulch... but in a different Blood Gulch.]] After all, the Reds and Blues have no reason to go back to Blood Gulch after getting transferred to Valhalla already, and it'd be a bit jarring to go back to Blood Gulch when the UNSC hardly has reason to relocate them all over again. [[spoiler: It's all Epsilon's memories of Blood Gulch while in the storage/capture unit. This way, all the characters that should be dead or thought dead (Sister, Wyoming, Meta, Donut, Lopez, etc.) can be brought back in a reasonable fashion, as can [[SnapBack Sarge's hate of the Blues,]] [[CharacterDevelopment because he let that go last season,]] and StatusquoIsGod.]] If this is true, it will most likely return to the original comedy series of the Blood Gulch Chronicles, with a less serious tone...[[spoiler:because it will be the memories of those times.]] Then again, the series losing the CerebusSyndrome seems unlikely, and I'm sure Creator/RoosterTeeth wouldn't [[spoiler: just do an exact repeat of the Blood Gulch Chronicles with Halo:Reach's engine. Because the next season may be constructed by Epsilon and Alpha's memories, things will become muddled and out-of-order; for instance, when a Freelancer is called maybe another one will arrive in place of Tex, a Freelancer Church knew, like Washington or Wyoming. If Church and Tex DO meet, the season may be about them trying to get out of the storage/capture unit.
10th Feb '17 8:38:55 AM Gosicrystal
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[[WMG: The next season of Red Vs. Blue will take place in [[spoiler: the Epsilon storage/capture unit.]]]]
* Yes, it takes place in Blood Gulch. But there may be a reason it looks different, other than because of the new engine used. [[NoExceptYes So it takes place in Blood Gulch...but in a different Blood Gulch.]] After all, the Reds and Blues have no reason to go back to Blood Gulch after getting transferred to Valhalla already, and it'd be a bit jarring to go back to Blood Gulch when the UNSC hardly has reason to relocate them all over again. [[spoiler: It's all Epsilon's memories of Blood Gulch while in the storage/capture unit. This way, all the characters that should be dead or thought dead (Sister, Wyoming, Meta, Donut, Lopez, etc.) can be brought back in a reasonable fashion, as can [[SnapBack Sarge's hate of the Blues,]] [[CharacterDevelopment because he let that go last season,]] and StatusquoIsGod.]] If this is true, it will most likely return to the original comedy series of the Blood Gulch Chronicles, with a less serious tone...[[spoiler:because it will be the memories of those times.]] Then again, the series losing the CerebusSyndrome seems unlikely, and I'm sure Creator/RoosterTeeth wouldn't [[spoiler: just do an exact repeat of the Blood Gulch Chronicles with Halo:Reach's engine. Because the next season may be constructed by Epsilon and Alpha's memories, things will become muddled and out-of-order; for instance, when a Freelancer is called maybe another one will arrive in place of Tex, a Freelancer Church knew, like Washington or Wyoming. If Church and Tex DO meet, the season may be about them trying to get out of the storage/capture unit.

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[[WMG: The next season of Red Vs. Blue will take place in [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Epsilon storage/capture unit.]]]]
unit]]]]
* Yes, it takes place in Blood Gulch. But there may be a reason it looks different, other than because of the new engine used. [[NoExceptYes So it takes place in Blood Gulch... but in a different Blood Gulch.]] After all, the Reds and Blues have no reason to go back to Blood Gulch after getting transferred to Valhalla already, and it'd be a bit jarring to go back to Blood Gulch when the UNSC hardly has reason to relocate them all over again. [[spoiler: It's all Epsilon's memories of Blood Gulch while in the storage/capture unit. This way, all the characters that should be dead or thought dead (Sister, Wyoming, Meta, Donut, Lopez, etc.) can be brought back in a reasonable fashion, as can [[SnapBack Sarge's hate of the Blues,]] [[CharacterDevelopment because he let that go last season,]] and StatusquoIsGod.]] If this is true, it will most likely return to the original comedy series of the Blood Gulch Chronicles, with a less serious tone...[[spoiler:because it will be the memories of those times.]] Then again, the series losing the CerebusSyndrome seems unlikely, and I'm sure Creator/RoosterTeeth wouldn't [[spoiler: just do an exact repeat of the Blood Gulch Chronicles with Halo:Reach's engine. Because the next season may be constructed by Epsilon and Alpha's memories, things will become muddled and out-of-order; for instance, when a Freelancer is called maybe another one will arrive in place of Tex, a Freelancer Church knew, like Washington or Wyoming. If Church and Tex DO meet, the season may be about them trying to get out of the storage/capture unit.
15th Nov '16 2:18:59 PM ml0085
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Vic was just descrambling the names of the agents. If you think about it, Caboose, Donut and Sister being freelancers does work. Caboose is very good with machines and was likely a field mechanic for his freelancer group. He has a strength armour enhancement which is why he's stronger than everyone else. Donut obviously has a healing unit and has a hell of an arm. He's also the most competent person on the Reds when he is actually something. Sister has either a healing unit as well, or a holographic projection unit. We haven't seen her fight, but we do know she survived being 'killed' by Lopez. She also has the same natural endurance as Maine did. Jenkins only showed up in alternate takes so we don't know about him, and Andersmith hasn't shown up... yet.

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Vic was just descrambling the names of the agents. If you think about it, Caboose, Donut and Sister being freelancers does work. Caboose is very good with machines and was likely a field mechanic for his freelancer group. He has a strength armour enhancement which is why he's stronger than everyone else. Donut obviously has a healing unit and has a hell of an arm. He's also the most competent person on the Reds when he is actually something. Sister has either a healing unit as well, or a holographic projection unit. We haven't seen her fight, but we do know she survived being 'killed' by Lopez. She also has the same natural endurance as Maine did. Jenkins only showed up in alternate takes so we don't know about him, and Andersmith hasn't shown up... yet.yet.

[[WMG: Siris will appear in Season 15]]
He'll help Locus "make things right" while keeping him on the right path, and much emphasis will be put on him being the exact opposite of Felix.
3rd Nov '16 9:18:03 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: [[HomeMovies Jason Penopolis]] grows up, obtains the nickname "Caboose," and joins the Blue Army.]]

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[[WMG: [[HomeMovies [[WesternAnimation/HomeMovies Jason Penopolis]] grows up, obtains the nickname "Caboose," and joins the Blue Army.]]
23rd Oct '16 5:17:43 AM TrashJack
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* {{Jossed}}. The final episode of Season 14 is "Red vs. Blue vs. Rooster Teeth".
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