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25th Oct '15 4:53:31 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The Village is in "[[ThePrisoner The Village]]".]]

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[[WMG: The Village is in "[[ThePrisoner "[[Series/ThePrisoner The Village]]".]]
19th Dec '13 11:30:47 PM skbc1p4res
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[[WMG: The monsters are real, and they are The Slender Men.]]

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[[WMG: The monsters are real, and they are [[TheSlenderManMythos The Slender Men.Men]].]]



* Perhaps, for those who know who or what The Slender Men are, but I for one would like to request more information.
** [[TheSlenderManMythos Here]].

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* Perhaps, for those who know who or what The Slender Men are, but I for one would like to request more information.
** [[TheSlenderManMythos Here]].


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28th Nov '13 6:50:22 AM SharleeD
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** For that matter, we can't even be sure Noah left the animals where they were found. There may not be actual monsters in the woods, but there are certainly wild carnivores like foxes that might drag one of Noah's carefully-concealed kills into the open while scavenging from it. Possibly he'd been hiding kills for weeks, and only ''stopped'' concealing his leavings when he saw how the discovery of a scavenger-displaced carcass got everyone so worried.
16th Sep '11 7:31:57 PM pittsburghmuggle
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[[WMG: As time goes by, more people are hired on the outside to ensure the village is scrubbed from Google Earth.]]
25th Aug '11 10:37:29 PM theweirdwarrior
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** [[TheSlenderManMythos here]].

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** [[TheSlenderManMythos here]].
Here]].

[[WMG: The Village is in "[[ThePrisoner The Village]]".]]
Well, symbolically anyway. It's one of the children's books in the Village library, which the authorities use to present the Village as an idealized society and indoctrinate young minds.

Number Six is reading this story to some children, but, in order to further taunt his captors, changes the story to deconstruct the ideals the book wanted to praise. One of his personal touches was adding the character of Noah, who is based off his encounter with "The Kid" from the episode, ''Living in Harmony''.

In the original version, brave Lucius woos helpless Ivy Walker and helps the authorities drive off cloaked, demonic invaders. Number Six's version is the one we see in the film. Lucius is more of a somber, mopey character; the authorities are suspicious, secretive figures; the monsters are [[spoiler:a ruse designed by the authorities to maintain control]]; and the Village lacks the latest medical advancements.

Lucius is modeled after the acting Number Two of the time; his getting [[spoiler:stabbed by a character Six added in and effectively leaving the story entirely]] is meant to represent that some factors are, in fact, well beyond Number Two's control.
25th Aug '11 10:08:37 PM theweirdwarrior
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** [[TheSlenderManMythos here]].
27th Jun '11 2:10:24 AM CheeseDogX
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* Perhaps, for those who know who or what The Slender Men are, but I for one would like to request more information.
3rd Apr '11 12:39:41 PM Xanram
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[[WMG: The monsters are real, and they are The Slender Men.]]
Enough said...
24th Feb '11 4:41:23 AM moonhawk64
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** Actually, we DON'T see Noah on all those occasions. The 1st skinned animal appears sometime after the 1st community meal - but we're not told how long it's been. The 2nd skinned animal appears among the crops - and again, we have no specific time references. On Kitty and Christop's wedding night, we don't see Noah among the revelers. The fact that no one is apparently watching him or realized he was missing may be attributed to a "I thought you were watching him - no, I thought YOU were" scenario - especially if the Percy's have other, younger children they were watching(even if they were not shown), or specific tasks to perform at the reception. He probably returned to the party during the confusion while the boys were reporting to Edward. He may not even have been wearing the costume; I don't remember if the boys said they saw the creature, or only more skinned animals. Even if he was wearing the costume, he could have just ditched it before returning to the others. In the confusion, no one realized or thought to question him; they were just concerned with getting home safely.




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* Actually, the road we see is not a "common" road; it apparently is an access road through the Preserve. It is patrolled by Preserve rangers, who are apparently tasked with keeping out the few people who wander it, if Kevin's report to Jay and Jay's response are anything to go by ("it's an easy gig..."). That's not to say Jay doesn't know about the village, but Kevin certainly didn't.
25th Jan '11 12:20:30 PM SharleeD
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* Alternately, some local hoodlums are farming pot in the nearby woods, have been spying on the villagers, and thought that humoring them in their superstitions was a good way to keep the Luddite whackjobs from stumbling across their cannabis plots.

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* Alternately, some local hoodlums drug dealers are farming pot in the nearby woods, forest, have been spying on the villagers, and thought that humoring them in their superstitions was a good way to keep the Luddite whackjobs from stumbling across their cannabis plots.
plots. No need to bribe the local cops themselves, the Village elders already keep them paid off and at a distance.
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