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22nd Apr '18 1:18:13 PM streakson22
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Season 15 set Spencer up as an AmbiguouslyHuman, AmbiguouslyEvil character, then had the twist of him being a process server. This season will twist the twist and reveal that Spencer actually isnít human after all, but a demonic god working with the so-called "Devil King". The foreshadowing is there. His mannerisms and armor are similar to the death goddess, he wields an alien weapon, and his ridiculous name and his job could be a misguided attempt at pretending to be a normal human. Furthermore, when the death goddess first appears, she emerges from a storm cloud. What accompanied Spencer every time he entered a scene? A lightning storm.

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Season 15 set Spencer up as an AmbiguouslyHuman, AmbiguouslyEvil character, then had the twist of him being a process server. This season will twist the twist and reveal that Spencer actually isnít human after all, but a demonic god working with the so-called "Devil King". The foreshadowing is there. His mannerisms and armor are similar to the death goddess, Kalirama, he wields an alien weapon, and his ridiculous name and his job could be a misguided attempt at pretending to be a normal human. Furthermore, when the death goddess Kalirama first appears, she emerges from a storm cloud. What accompanied Spencer every time he entered a scene? A lightning storm.
22nd Apr '18 11:29:45 AM streakson22
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[[WMG: Spencer Porkinsenson is in league with the mysterious godlike beings.]]
Season 15 set Spencer up as an AmbiguouslyHuman, AmbiguouslyEvil character, then had the twist of him being a process server. This season will twist the twist and reveal that Spencer actually isnít human after all. The foreshadowing is there. His mannerisms are similar to Muggins, he has similar-looking armor to the four-armed figure in the trailer, he wields an alien weapon, and his ridiculous name and his job could be a misguided attempt at pretending to be a normal human.

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[[WMG: Spencer Porkinsenson is in league with the mysterious godlike beings.a DevilInDisguise.]]
Season 15 set Spencer up as an AmbiguouslyHuman, AmbiguouslyEvil character, then had the twist of him being a process server. This season will twist the twist and reveal that Spencer actually isnít human after all.all, but a demonic god working with the so-called "Devil King". The foreshadowing is there. His mannerisms and armor are similar to Muggins, he has similar-looking armor to the four-armed figure in the trailer, death goddess, he wields an alien weapon, and his ridiculous name and his job could be a misguided attempt at pretending to be a normal human.
human. Furthermore, when the death goddess first appears, she emerges from a storm cloud. What accompanied Spencer every time he entered a scene? A lightning storm.
17th Apr '18 6:19:31 PM streakson22
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[[WMG: Grif is the reason humans are equated to/renamed Shisnos by aliens]]
Hear me out. At one random point during the Blood Gulch Chronicles, "Gary" says "Luckily, I am not lazy like a shisno". And who is infamously lazy among the Blood Gulch Crew? Grif. Since the Shisno Paradox will (probably?) feature time travel, it's entirely possible that Grif is the first human encounter the aliens will have and it goes so poorly, the aliens promptly decide that the entirety of Grif's species will be referred to as shisnos from then on.

It's even possible that Grif's influence (humans = shisnos) is an indirect cause of the human-covenant wars! Sounds farfetched, but may I remind you that, canonically, two scary good human soldiers killed an entire squad of aliens, just for calling them shisnos (granted, neither Wash nor Meta were stable minds at the time, but still...). So yes, it's possible that "shisno" could have caused a horrifying war. The theory works, because Grif's theoretical actions are also a self-fulfilling paradox, ergo the SHISNO PARADOX. Grif would have had to be on Red Team to eventually go back in time, but the only reason he was on Red Team was because of the war, but the war only exists because he went back in time, but he only went back in time because of the events following/caused by the war, with the war itself only happening, because he went back in time, etc.

So, if this is all true, then Grif's actions in the past means Red Team's influence over the whole series becomes greater than Blue Team's! Since, you know, Grif is the one that ultimately caused the human-covenant wars, which in turn caused Dr. Leonard Church to lose his wife, which in turn caused Project Freelancer, which in turn caused the Simulation Troopers, which in turn caused the series we love called Red vs Blue. In other words, Team Red rules, Blue team drools! Suck on that blues!




[[WMG: Grif is the reason humans are equated to/renamed Shisnos by aliens]]
Hear me out. At one random point during the Blood Gulch Chronicles, "Gary" says "Luckily, I am not lazy like a shisno". And who is infamously lazy among the Blood Gulch Crew? Grif. Since the Shisno Paradox will (probably?) feature time travel, it's entirely possible that Grif is the first human encounter the aliens will have and it goes so poorly, the aliens promptly decide that the entirety of Grif's species will be referred to as shisnos from then on.

It's even possible that Grif's influence (humans = shisnos) is an indirect cause of the human-covenant wars! Sounds farfetched, but may I remind you that, canonically, two scary good human soldiers killed an entire squad of aliens, just for calling them shisnos (granted, neither Wash nor Meta were stable minds at the time, but still...). So yes, it's possible that "shisno" could have caused a horrifying war. The theory works, because Grif's theoretical actions are also a self-fulfilling paradox, ergo the SHISNO PARADOX. Grif would have had to be on Red Team to eventually go back in time, but the only reason he was on Red Team was because of the war, but the war only exists because he went back in time, but he only went back in time because of the events following/caused by the war, with the war itself only happening, because he went back in time, etc.

So, if this is all true, then Grif's actions in the past means Red Team's influence over the whole series becomes greater than Blue Team's! Since, you know, Grif is the one that ultimately caused the human-covenant wars, which in turn caused Dr. Leonard Church to lose his wife, which in turn caused Project Freelancer, which in turn caused the Simulation Troopers, which in turn caused the series we love called Red vs Blue. In other words, Team Red rules, Blue team drools! Suck on that blues!
17th Apr '18 12:49:54 PM It_Might_Be_Me
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[[WMG: Grif is the reason humans are equated to/renamed Shisnos by aliens]]
Hear me out. At one random point during the Blood Gulch Chronicles, "Gary" says "Luckily, I am not lazy like a shisno". And who is infamously lazy among the Blood Gulch Crew? Grif. Since the Shisno Paradox will (probably?) feature time travel, it's entirely possible that Grif is the first human encounter the aliens will have and it goes so poorly, the aliens promptly decide that the entirety of Grif's species will be referred to as shisnos from then on.

It's even possible that Grif's influence (humans = shisnos) is an indirect cause of the human-covenant wars! Sounds farfetched, but may I remind you that, canonically, two scary good human soldiers killed an entire squad of aliens, just for calling them shisnos (granted, neither Wash nor Meta were stable minds at the time, but still...). So yes, it's possible that "shisno" could have caused a horrifying war. The theory works, because Grif's theoretical actions are also a self-fulfilling paradox, ergo the SHISNO PARADOX. Grif would have had to be on Red Team to eventually go back in time, but the only reason he was on Red Team was because of the war, but the war only exists because he went back in time, but he only went back in time because of the events following/caused by the war, with the war itself only happening, because he went back in time, etc.

So, if this is all true, then Grif's actions in the past means Red Team's influence over the whole series becomes greater than Blue Team's! Since, you know, Grif is the one that ultimately caused the human-covenant wars, which in turn caused Dr. Leonard Church to lose his wife, which in turn caused Project Freelancer, which in turn caused the Simulation Troopers, which in turn caused the series we love called Red vs Blue. In other words, Team Red rules, Blue team drools! Suck on that blues!
15th Apr '18 9:15:12 PM streakson22
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[[folder: The Shisno Paradox]]
[[WMG: The villain of Season 16 will be a MasterOfIllusion]]
He/she will be able to use some kind of technology (possibly a modified holographic projector) that creates hard-light images of something or someone that are indistinguishable from the real thing (except for the occasional glitch effect). They will have a vendetta against the Reds and Blues for an unknown reason (most likely because of something that happened on Chorus), and thus they will use their abilities to lure them to an uninhabited planet and attack them with illusionary versions of Felix, Locus (in his old colors), the Meta, and Temple (though given that he's in prison and not dead, he could be the real thing just to throw the audience for a loop). They will also create an illusionary version of Church who will appear to be the real deal, even giving a detailed explanation for his survival. The new villain's abilities and the he fact that the other villains (and Church) are all fakes will not be revealed until partway through the season when [[SpannerInTheWorks the real Locus shows up]].
* So basically, this new villain would be the [=RvB=] version of [[VideoGame/SonicForces Infinite?]]
** I admit, that was an inspiration.
* Why Temple? Heís less of a fighter and more of a schemer, which this new villain probably wouldnít have a need for. Wyoming or Surge would be better choices.
** Really, with this kind of MindScrew, anyone could really show up (maybe even Spencer Porkensenson, whether it be for a quick gag or if the villain's specifically trying to fuck with Tucker). Temple was just one of my first thoughts because he left more of a personal mark on the Reds and Blues than Wyoming or Surge, and credibility is already being pushed with all the dead villains showing up (plus, that armor lock of his could always come in handy).

[[WMG: Season 16 will show the Reds and Blues going back to Blood Gulch before their next adventure.]]
Theyíve been trying to go back to Blood Gulch since the end of Season 10. Itís about time they got what they wanted. It'll either be in the first episode, or a video leading up to the start of the season. Theyíve already made a faithful recreation of Blood Gulch in Halo 5, practically begging to be used for a scene like this.
* Jossed. Season 16 picks up right where Season 15 left off, and they donít even have time to get food before their next adventure starts.

[[WMG: Donut is fragmenting.]]
Just before Donut disappears, he seems to be splitting into two differently colored versions of himself: One red, and one white. This could just be a visual detail, or it could mean something. Perhaps heís going through what the Alpha went through and being split into fragments. This has never been shown to be possible with a human, but considering he split into dozens of Donuts and the contortions his body went through, heís clearly not confined by whatís normally possible for humans. The Director split the Alpha by putting him under intense mental stress. Donut was screaming in pain the whole time, so itís safe to assume this was traumatic for him. Since he was splitting in half instead of losing pieces of himself like the Alpha, each fragment would likely have half of Donutís personality.

[[WMG: Spencer Porkinsenson is in league with the mysterious godlike beings.]]
Season 15 set Spencer up as an AmbiguouslyHuman, AmbiguouslyEvil character, then had the twist of him being a process server. This season will twist the twist and reveal that Spencer actually isnít human after all. The foreshadowing is there. His mannerisms are similar to Muggins, he has similar-looking armor to the four-armed figure in the trailer, he wields an alien weapon, and his ridiculous name and his job could be a misguided attempt at pretending to be a normal human.
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[[WMG: The villain of Season 16 will be a MasterOfIllusion]]
He/she will be able to use some kind of technology (possibly a modified holographic projector) that creates hard-light images of something or someone that are indistinguishable from the real thing (except for the occasional glitch effect). They will have a vendetta against the Reds and Blues for an unknown reason (most likely because of something that happened on Chorus), and thus they will use their abilities to lure them to an uninhabited planet and attack them with illusionary versions of Felix, Locus (in his old colors), the Meta, and Temple (though given that he's in prison and not dead, he could be the real thing just to throw the audience for a loop). They will also create an illusionary version of Church who will appear to be the real deal, even giving a detailed explanation for his survival. The new villain's abilities and the he fact that the other villains (and Church) are all fakes will not be revealed until partway through the season when [[SpannerInTheWorks the real Locus shows up]].
** So basically, this new villain would be the [=RvB=] version of [[VideoGame/SonicForces Infinite?]]
*** I admit, that was an inspiration.
** Why Temple? Heís less of a fighter and more of a schemer, which this new villain probably wouldnít have a need for. Wyoming or Surge would be better choices.
*** Really, with this kind of MindScrew, anyone could really show up (maybe even Spencer Porkensenson, whether it be for a quick gag or if the villain's specifically trying to fuck with Tucker). Temple was just one of my first thoughts because he left more of a personal mark on the Reds and Blues than Wyoming or Surge, and credibility is already being pushed with all the dead villains showing up (plus, that armor lock of his could always come in handy).

[[WMG: Season 16 will show the Reds and Blues going back to Blood Gulch before their next adventure.]]
Theyíve been trying to go back to Blood Gulch since the end of Season 10. Itís about time they got what they wanted. It'll either be in the first episode, or a video leading up to the start of the season. Theyíve already made a faithful recreation of Blood Gulch in Halo 5, practically begging to be used for a scene like this.
13th Mar '18 2:34:02 AM Litzfed81
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** This all takes places post human-covenant war perhaps even post Reclaimer Trilogy. Technolgy of the UNSC Spartan project has now become military standard issue and is acessiable in heavily downgraded form for civilians. The Freelancer project was an attempt to make Private Military Contractor equivelants of Spartan IV's. The Simulation troopers are rejects from the Spartan IV program, Sarge was mentally scarred from his ODST service during the human-covenant war and is now overly earger for conflict and has questionable leadership abilites, Griff was lazy and undisciplined, Simmons while capable as a regular soldier was discovered that he forged his eligibility as a candatiate for Spartan selection and had done major butkissing with upper brass, Donunt and Tucker were more than qualified for serivce as Spartan IV's but where both dishonorly discharged for 'disorderly conduct', Caboose is actually Noble 6 who surived Reach but is suffering from extreme brain damage to the point he is no longer an asset, Sister suffered complications with her augmentations causing her to become color blind and to suffer moderate brain damage.

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** This all takes places post human-covenant war perhaps even post Reclaimer Trilogy. Technolgy of the UNSC Spartan project has now become military standard issue and is acessiable in heavily downgraded form for civilians. The Freelancer project was an attempt to make Private Military Contractor equivelants of Spartan IV's. The Simulation troopers are rejects from the Spartan IV program, Sarge was mentally scarred from his ODST service during the human-covenant war and is now overly earger for conflict and has questionable leadership abilites, Griff while shown to be able to preform quick thinking in precarious situations, he was lazy undisciplined and undisciplined, had issues with following orders and often disregarded the chains of command, Simmons while capable as a regular soldier was discovered that he forged his eligibility as a candatiate for Spartan selection and had done major butkissing with upper brass, Donunt and Tucker were more than qualified for serivce as Spartan IV's but where both dishonorly discharged for 'disorderly conduct', Caboose is actually Noble 6 who surived Reach but is suffering from extreme brain damage to the point he is no longer an asset, Sister suffered complications with her augmentations causing her to become color blind and to suffer moderate brain damage.
4th Mar '18 7:50:15 AM streakson22
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* Thereís an easter egg in Season 15 that reveals what year the season takes place in. Jaxís show about Spencer Porkinsenson was copyrighted 2558. When you put this together with the official timeline, you get dates for the whole series. Project Freelancer started in 2545, the simulation in Blood Gulch began in 2552, and the Great War ended in 2553, among other things.
4th Mar '18 2:32:15 AM Litzfed81
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** This all takes places post human-covenant war perhaps even post Reclaimer Trilogy. Technolgy of the UNSC Spartan project has now become military standard issue and is acessiable in heavily downgraded form for civilians. The Freelancer project was an attempt to make Private Military Contractor equivelants of Spartan IV's. The Simulation troopers are rejects from the Spartan IV program, Sarge was mentally scarred from his ODST service during the human-covenant war and is now overly earger for conflict and has questionable leadership abilites, Griff was lazy and undisciplined, Simmons while capable as a regular soldier was discovered that he forged his eligibility as a candatiate for Spartan selection and had done major butkissing with upper brass, Donunt and Tucker were more than qualified for serivce as Spartan IV's but where both dishonorly discharged for 'disorderly conduct', Caboose is actually Noble 6 who surived Reach but is suffering from extreme brain damage to the point he is no longer an asset, Sister suffered complications with her augmentations causing her to become color blind and to suffer moderate brain damage.
15th Feb '18 4:46:01 PM nombretomado
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* Given that there was a preview of the animated ''[=RvB=]'' series featuring Church, Grif, and Simmons at [[PennyArcade PAX]], his survival, should the upcoming series be a true sequel, seems assured.

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* Given that there was a preview of the animated ''[=RvB=]'' series featuring Church, Grif, and Simmons at [[PennyArcade [[Webcomic/PennyArcade PAX]], his survival, should the upcoming series be a true sequel, seems assured.
9th Jan '18 8:19:06 PM ml0085
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** I admit, that was an inspiration.

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** *** I admit, that was an inspiration.




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*** Really, with this kind of MindScrew, anyone could really show up (maybe even Spencer Porkensenson, whether it be for a quick gag or if the villain's specifically trying to fuck with Tucker). Temple was just one of my first thoughts because he left more of a personal mark on the Reds and Blues than Wyoming or Surge, and credibility is already being pushed with all the dead villains showing up (plus, that armor lock of his could always come in handy).
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