History WMG / SlyCooper

20th May '16 12:17:42 PM sirsomeguy2
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[[spoiler:A lot of people find it very sudden that Penelope suddenly decided to hate Sly Cooper and his concept of a "gang" despite being an integral part of it at one point. But then it hit me: Who else was driven by an immeasurable hatred of everything Sly and his family stand for? Who's hatred is so powerful that not only can it grant immortality, but it can drive others to hatred for Sly, like Neyla for example? (she hated Sly before, but after merging with Clockwerk, she mentions feeling 'a power of hatred growing within [her]', and resorts to making raging death threats to the gang.) Maybe Penelope was possessed by this hatred, either through finding the broken hate chip and touching it, or from Clockwerk's machinery having trace amounts of his hatred stowed within. If this is so, then, ironically enough, it'd be her love for Bentley counteracting fully becoming a new Clockwerk.

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[[spoiler:A lot of people find it very sudden that Penelope suddenly decided to hate Sly Cooper and his concept of a "gang" despite being an integral part of it at one point. But then it hit me: Who else was driven by an immeasurable hatred of everything Sly and his family stand for? Who's hatred is so powerful that not only can it grant immortality, but it can drive others to hatred for Sly, like Neyla for example? (she hated Sly before, but after merging with Clockwerk, she mentions feeling 'a power of hatred growing within [her]', and resorts to making raging death threats to the gang.) Maybe Penelope was possessed by this hatred, either through finding the broken hate chip and touching it, or from Clockwerk's machinery having trace amounts of his hatred stowed within. If this is so, then, ironically enough, it'd be her love for Bentley counteracting fully becoming a new Clockwerk.]]
20th May '16 10:31:23 AM sirsomeguy2
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Perhaps Sly's father had a brother with whom he had a falling out. This bad relationship could be because Sly's grandfather chose his father over his uncle to carry on the legacy of the Cooper Clan. Sly's uncle then set out on his own. The plot could revolve around how he has his own copy of the Thevious Raccoonis, calling him and the Clan idiots for not realizing there was a such thing as a copier machine. The game would be a battle of Cooper Gang vs. Evil Cooper Gang.

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Perhaps Sly's father had a brother with whom he had a falling out. This bad relationship could be because Sly's grandfather chose his father over his uncle to carry on the legacy of the Cooper Clan. Sly's uncle then set out on his own. The plot could revolve around how he has his own copy of the Thevious Raccoonis, calling him and the Clan idiots for not realizing there was a such thing as a copier machine. The game would be a battle of Cooper Gang vs. Evil Cooper Gang.Gang.

[[WMG:[[spoiler:Penelope is possessed by Clockwerk's hatred.]]]]
[[spoiler:A lot of people find it very sudden that Penelope suddenly decided to hate Sly Cooper and his concept of a "gang" despite being an integral part of it at one point. But then it hit me: Who else was driven by an immeasurable hatred of everything Sly and his family stand for? Who's hatred is so powerful that not only can it grant immortality, but it can drive others to hatred for Sly, like Neyla for example? (she hated Sly before, but after merging with Clockwerk, she mentions feeling 'a power of hatred growing within [her]', and resorts to making raging death threats to the gang.) Maybe Penelope was possessed by this hatred, either through finding the broken hate chip and touching it, or from Clockwerk's machinery having trace amounts of his hatred stowed within. If this is so, then, ironically enough, it'd be her love for Bentley counteracting fully becoming a new Clockwerk.
27th Dec '15 2:10:15 PM nombretomado
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* And the ''nananananana'' sound effects lifted straight from ''TheSixMillionDollarMan'' when she jumps over a building.

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* And the ''nananananana'' sound effects lifted straight from ''TheSixMillionDollarMan'' ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan'' when she jumps over a building.
28th Jun '15 7:25:13 AM VanRedd
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[[spoiler:Did we see any proof that Sly was in ''Ancient'' Egypt, or was he just in Egypt?]]

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[[spoiler:Did we see any proof that Sly was in ''Ancient'' Egypt, or was he just in Egypt?]]Egypt?]]

[[WMG:The villain of Sly 5 will be an Evil Cooper Clan member.]]
Perhaps Sly's father had a brother with whom he had a falling out. This bad relationship could be because Sly's grandfather chose his father over his uncle to carry on the legacy of the Cooper Clan. Sly's uncle then set out on his own. The plot could revolve around how he has his own copy of the Thevious Raccoonis, calling him and the Clan idiots for not realizing there was a such thing as a copier machine. The game would be a battle of Cooper Gang vs. Evil Cooper Gang.
28th Apr '15 6:56:52 AM MegaMarioMan
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[[WMG:Sly will have to crossdress in Sly 5]]
Murray and Bentley have both had to dress in drag for a mission. It's Sly's turn next.

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[[WMG:Sly will have to crossdress in Sly 5]]
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Murray and Bentley have both had to dress in drag for a mission. It's Sly's turn next.next.

[[WMG:[[spoiler:Sly wasn't sent into the past, he was sent into the ''future''.]]]]
[[spoiler:Did we see any proof that Sly was in ''Ancient'' Egypt, or was he just in Egypt?]]
26th Dec '14 9:23:08 AM smalltime
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As for the real Penelope, she's a prisoner of Mz. Ruby, who seeks to reform the Fiendish Five. Of course, she runs into many problems, mainly the Panda King being a Cooper Gang member and Clockwerk being dead.

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As for the real Penelope, she's a prisoner of Mz. Ruby, who seeks to reform the Fiendish Five. Of course, she runs into many problems, mainly the Panda King being a Cooper Gang member and Clockwerk being dead.dead.

[[WMG:Sly will have to crossdress in Sly 5]]
Murray and Bentley have both had to dress in drag for a mission. It's Sly's turn next.
25th Sep '14 3:28:22 PM WeirdKev27
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[[Penelope didn't REALLY turn evil.]]

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[[Penelope [[WMG:Penelope didn't REALLY turn evil.]]
6th Sep '14 11:33:41 AM Kingbacon
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One of the game's [[EnsembleDarkHorse most popular characters]] will be a ClassyCatBurglar version of Carmelita that will [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer have the hots for]] [[ScrewYourself counterpart]].

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One of the game's [[EnsembleDarkHorse most popular characters]] will be a ClassyCatBurglar version of Carmelita that will [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer have the hots for]] [[ScrewYourself her counterpart]].
6th Sep '14 11:33:15 AM Kingbacon
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[[WMG:Sly 5 will involve a MirrorUniverse.]]
One of the game's [[EnsembleDarkHorse most popular characters]] will be a ClassyCatBurglar version of Carmelita that will [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer have the hots for]] [[ScrewYourself counterpart]].
23rd Aug '14 4:40:11 PM BNSF1995
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Yet underneath it all is going to be a question for Sly and his friends as this goes on. Sly has been defined by his itch to pull a heist. Heck, even when he tried to retire, he couldn't due to his history of continuing to pull them off. However, in fighting Penelope, Sly and his gang is going to start realizing that they can't keep repeating their same cycle of break up, find their own things to do, get back together, do a big heist, break up again. Thus the 6th game will answer the question for the cooper gang: How long do you intend to remain master thieves? (This will also serve as a meta question for how long they can keep the Sly franchise going.) I don't know how they plan on answering the question, but whatever is decided will decide what kind of future is in store for this character and his games.

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Yet underneath it all is going to be a question for Sly and his friends as this goes on. Sly has been defined by his itch to pull a heist. Heck, even when he tried to retire, he couldn't due to his history of continuing to pull them off. However, in fighting Penelope, Sly and his gang is going to start realizing that they can't keep repeating their same cycle of break up, find their own things to do, get back together, do a big heist, break up again. Thus the 6th game will answer the question for the cooper gang: How long do you intend to remain master thieves? (This will also serve as a meta question for how long they can keep the Sly franchise going.) I don't know how they plan on answering the question, but whatever is decided will decide what kind of future is in store for this character and his games.games.

[[Penelope didn't REALLY turn evil.]]
The Penelope we saw in ''Thieves in Time'' isn't the real Penelope. This is not a "twin sister with the same name" theory, but a theory involving the unexpected.

The Penelope in ''Thieves in Times'' is a clone created by voodoo magic. That's right. Mz. Ruby is the mastermind. She escaped from prison and was subtly influencing Le Paradox and Miss Decibel. The clone came up with a false motive.

As for the real Penelope, she's a prisoner of Mz. Ruby, who seeks to reform the Fiendish Five. Of course, she runs into many problems, mainly the Panda King being a Cooper Gang member and Clockwerk being dead.
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