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28th Jun '16 5:21:41 AM SJMistery
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[[WMG: The [[FinalBoss Final Boss]] of Hero's Duty is Dr. Brad Scott.]]

Just think about it: The Cy-Bug that in the movie assimilated King Candy/Turbo became the leader of the swarm, and declared himself the Final Boss, even fighting [[BossRoom in a classic boss arena]]. The cutscene with the Dr. memories that gets triggered with "Wow, you are one dynamite gal" is likely [[SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay something only he would said to her.]]Considering that, it is incredibly likely that on the final level you hear the phrase, said word-for-word by the Dr. Brad/Cy-Bug hybrid, sending Callhoun on a heroic BSOD, then it's up to the player alone to fight him. Likewise, the Widowed at the Wedding scene is likely to appear in-game, probably halfway the tower.
[[FridgeHorror That would mean Callhoun has see his fiancé get possessed by the Cy-Bug and get killed over and over.]]
21st Jun '16 3:31:48 PM EclipseMT
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The original Minty Zaki was a legendary figure. When he (or she) retired, Minty Zaki then relinquished the title, and then passed it onto the current Minty Zaki, who was known as Emmareld back then. His or her current location is unknown, of no fixed abode.

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The original Minty Zaki was a legendary figure. When he (or she) retired, Minty Zaki then relinquished the title, and then passed it onto the current Minty Zaki, who was known as Emmareld back then. His or her Original Minty Zaki's current location is unknown, of no fixed abode.



This, IMO, doesn't fit current Minty Zaki well, when gender-specific terminology is removed.

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This, IMO, doesn't fit current Minty Zaki well, when gender-specific terminology is removed.
removed. An egregious example is the mention of ice cream. Current Minty is sour apple-themed.
21st Jun '16 3:29:21 PM EclipseMT
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[[WMG:The reason Minty Zaki is named such:]]
The name is actually a handle that is passed on when the original bearer relinquishes it, a la the [[Film/ThePrincessBride Dread Pirate Roberts]].

The original Minty Zaki was a legendary figure. When he (or she) retired, Minty Zaki then relinquished the title, and then passed it onto the current Minty Zaki, who was known as Emmareld back then. His or her current location is unknown, of no fixed abode.

It explains Minty Zaki's bio:

-> Minty Zaki, the queen of the ice cream set in jewel, always has an ace up her tasty sleeve, especially when it comes to racing. Refreshing and full of resources, Minty Zaki is a defender of good causes, but for the wrong reasons.

This, IMO, doesn't fit current Minty Zaki well, when gender-specific terminology is removed.

Also, another WMG with this character's appearance: He is essentially a caricature of Creator/HayaoMiyazaki, nodding to Disney's statement about the name's origin, but with other Minty's general traits: green eyes, but ''not'' clad in pink or with green hair. His tunic might have been mint green.
19th Jun '16 4:29:34 PM HeroGal2347
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19th Jun '16 12:59:31 PM EclipseMT
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Felix is TheHero of a game whose inhabitants expect him to fix everything. Over time, Felix got used to this and so when Ralph didn't outright ask for help, Felix assumed he didn't need it. ("Y'know, I wonder why Ralph isn't bothered that he sleeps in a pile of bricks all the time. But, if he was really having trouble, he'd have told me--everyone else does.") [[WMG: Video-game Creepypasta is what happens when characters in console and handheld games go rogue]]

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Felix is TheHero of a game whose inhabitants expect him to fix everything. Over time, Felix got used to this and so when Ralph didn't outright ask for help, Felix assumed he didn't need it. ("Y'know, I wonder why Ralph isn't bothered that he sleeps in a pile of bricks all the time. But, if he was really having trouble, he'd have told me--everyone else does.") ")

[[WMG: Video-game Creepypasta is what happens when characters in console and handheld games go rogue]]



The one in the movie is the only one who finds happiness.[[WMG: Presidential elections in ''Sugar Rush'' take the form of races]]

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The one in the movie is the only one who finds happiness.happiness.

[[WMG: Presidential elections in ''Sugar Rush'' take the form of races]]






Here's the [[http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130625020546/fairlyoddparents/en/images/archive/3/37/20130625030559!Wreck_it_Ralph_and_Vanellope.jpeg evidence]]. Didn't see it? Take a [[http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140323221651/disney/images/c/c1/RalphVanellope_FoP.jpg closer look]]...[[WMG: When Felix calls Ralph "brother", he wasn't being metaphorical]]

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Here's the [[http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130625020546/fairlyoddparents/en/images/archive/3/37/20130625030559!Wreck_it_Ralph_and_Vanellope.jpeg evidence]]. Didn't see it? Take a [[http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140323221651/disney/images/c/c1/RalphVanellope_FoP.jpg closer look]]...look]]...

[[WMG: When Felix calls Ralph "brother", he wasn't being metaphorical]]



Someone at the arcade discovered that the AI in the arcade have a mind of their own, and saw what was going on during the events of the movie. When he was designing OZ, he made the Avatars, as well as John and Yoko, the Guardian Whales, behave like the users in real life. Hence, because the whales, and Love Machine, and the user controlled avatars, had a mind of their own, they could directly fight one another, and technically, OZ was also a game, and a service, so the avatars, and by staying in their game, [[spoiler: Natsuki could free them with the Hanafuda Koi Koi game against Love Machine]], and since Love Machine itself was an outsider bot, [[spoiler: King Kazma could punch it out and kill/delete it completely and permanently]], like how [[spoiler: King Candy/Turbo was tricked into his own death by going into the light.]][[WMG: "The Code" is more user-friendly in ''Sugar Rush'']]
Old 8-bit games have simpler code, but when you go into it it's just a jumbled, tangly mess and hard to edit without screwing up the program. ''Sugar Rush'', being a more modern game had not only a better organized code, but also easier for Turbo to edit.[[WMG: The reason ''Sugar Rush'' has so much extra stuff other than simply race tracks (castles, etc)...]]

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Someone at the arcade discovered that the AI in the arcade have a mind of their own, and saw what was going on during the events of the movie. When he was designing OZ, he made the Avatars, as well as John and Yoko, the Guardian Whales, behave like the users in real life. Hence, because the whales, and Love Machine, and the user controlled avatars, had a mind of their own, they could directly fight one another, and technically, OZ was also a game, and a service, so the avatars, and by staying in their game, [[spoiler: Natsuki could free them with the Hanafuda Koi Koi game against Love Machine]], and since Love Machine itself was an outsider bot, [[spoiler: King Kazma could punch it out and kill/delete it completely and permanently]], like how [[spoiler: King Candy/Turbo was tricked into his own death by going into the light.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
"The Code" is more user-friendly in ''Sugar Rush'']]
Old 8-bit games have simpler code, but when you go into it it's just a jumbled, tangly mess and hard to edit without screwing up the program. ''Sugar Rush'', being a more modern game had not only a better organized code, but also easier for Turbo to edit.edit.

[[WMG: The reason ''Sugar Rush'' has so much extra stuff other than simply race tracks (castles, etc)...]]



[[WMG: Video game characters that have died outside of their games can be brought back to life using the [[IkariWarriors ABBA code]].]][[WMG: When you die outside your game...]]

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[[WMG: Video game characters that have died outside of their games can be brought back to life using the [[IkariWarriors ABBA code]].]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
When you die outside your game...]]



[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' takes place in the same universe as the Game Boy comics published in ''ComicBook/NintendoComicsSystem''.]][[WMG: The Nicelanders had gotten the cake ingredients from ''Sugar Rush''.]]

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[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' takes place in the same universe as the Game Boy comics published in ''ComicBook/NintendoComicsSystem''.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
The Nicelanders had gotten the cake ingredients from ''Sugar Rush''.]]



* Correction: faster. If it were slower, there'd be ''less'' time in Game Central and the consoles for things to get set up after hours than if time just went at the same rate as in the real world (as in, 8 hours could pass in the real world and only ''one'' in [=GCS=] time, not nearly enough for the consoles to clean themselves up).[[WMG: Diet Cola/Mentos Mountain was recoded [[spoiler:just like Vanellope]].]]

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* Correction: faster. If it were slower, there'd be ''less'' time in Game Central and the consoles for things to get set up after hours than if time just went at the same rate as in the real world (as in, 8 hours could pass in the real world and only ''one'' in [=GCS=] time, not nearly enough for the consoles to clean themselves up).up).

[[WMG: Diet Cola/Mentos Mountain was recoded [[spoiler:just like Vanellope]].]]



** Except if [[spoiler: Turbo recoded Mentos Mountain himself, then why did he never think to look there when he was hunting for Vanellope?]][[WMG: King Candy is an actual character in ''Sugar Rush''.]]

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** Except if [[spoiler: Turbo recoded Mentos Mountain himself, then why did he never think to look there when he was hunting for Vanellope?]][[WMG: Vanellope?]]

[[WMG:
King Candy is an actual character in ''Sugar Rush''.]]



However, characters who are DummiedOut in an arcade game aren't like the regular characters. Characters who are DummiedOut in the WreckItRalph universe simply exist as skins that are only in the coding and cannot exist as characters in the game unless [[spoiler:another character does what Turbo did and uses the skin to plug him- or herself into the game. So in theory, any DummiedOut character can be brought as playable into a game by a different character, even one from a different game]].[[WMG: In Mr. Litwak's world, Capcom went a different way with their ".VS." series starting at or near the end of the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube era to a few years after the launch of the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}.]]

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However, characters who are DummiedOut in an arcade game aren't like the regular characters. Characters who are DummiedOut in the WreckItRalph universe simply exist as skins that are only in the coding and cannot exist as characters in the game unless [[spoiler:another character does what Turbo did and uses the skin to plug him- or herself into the game. So in theory, any DummiedOut character can be brought as playable into a game by a different character, even one from a different game]].game]].

[[WMG: In Mr. Litwak's world, Capcom went a different way with their ".VS." series starting at or near the end of the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube era to a few years after the launch of the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}.]]



* Nintendo Vs Capcom -- About four years after the Wii's launch. Only for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} and the arcade. Justifying [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser's modern look.]][[WMG: Ralph has Developmental coordination disorder.]]

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* Nintendo Vs Capcom -- About four years after the Wii's launch. Only for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} and the arcade. Justifying [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser's modern look.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
Ralph has Developmental coordination disorder.]]






But maybe I'm overthinking all of this, so on a less confusing note...[[WMG: Vanellope and her kart will appear in MarioKart U/8.]]

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But maybe I'm overthinking all of this, so on a less confusing note...note...

[[WMG: Vanellope and her kart will appear in MarioKart U/8.]]



In this universe, console gaming never took off like it did in our universe. Here, arcade gaming stayed the big thing. All the console games we're familiar with were developed for the arcade in Litwak's world.[[WMG: Vanellope is a Candymancer]]

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In this universe, console gaming never took off like it did in our universe. Here, arcade gaming stayed the big thing. All the console games we're familiar with were developed for the arcade in Litwak's world.world.

[[WMG: Vanellope is a Candymancer]]



It suffered from SequelDisplacement, similar to ''VideoGame/MarioBros'' compared to ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1''. Felix Jr. became an icon while his father faded from the public eye.[[WMG: History of the Fix-It-Felix games.]]

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It suffered from SequelDisplacement, similar to ''VideoGame/MarioBros'' compared to ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1''. Felix Jr. became an icon while his father faded from the public eye.eye.

[[WMG: History of the Fix-It-Felix games.]]






Over 70-plus years, the anthropomorphic cookie folk evolved to appear more human, and among their people evolved many new types of living sweets and pastries. Vanellope is also a direct descendant of Miss Bonbon and the Gingerbread King.[[WMG: Video game characters consider real people like ancient Greeks considered gods]]

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Over 70-plus years, the anthropomorphic cookie folk evolved to appear more human, and among their people evolved many new types of living sweets and pastries. Vanellope is also a direct descendant of Miss Bonbon and the Gingerbread King.King.

[[WMG: Video game characters consider real people like ancient Greeks considered gods]]



But they don't really have a choice.[[WMG: Surge Protector was very lucky]]

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But they don't really have a choice.choice.

[[WMG: Surge Protector was very lucky]]



Unless he can travel through the power grid or unless appliances have something like him, [[FridgeHorror he would be completely alone]] until the day he gets unplugged or breaks.[[WMG: Calhoun is [[Film/{{Prometheus}} Meredith Vickers]] ancestor.]]
Let's see: Tall. Likes to take the lead on things. Kinda of hard-as-nails-{{Jerkass}}-by-not-so-much personality? Would that mean she's related to Weyland? [[EpilepticTrees Or, that just leads to more questions?]] For ''Film/{{Prometheus}}''?[[WMG: Surge Protector and Zangief are fighting for Ralph's love]]
And Ralph is pretending to be clueless to see where this is going.[[WMG: Felix's hammer is really just an AmplifierArtifact]]

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Unless he can travel through the power grid or unless appliances have something like him, [[FridgeHorror he would be completely alone]] until the day he gets unplugged or breaks.breaks.

[[WMG: Calhoun is [[Film/{{Prometheus}} Meredith Vickers]] ancestor.]]
Let's see: Tall. Likes to take the lead on things. Kinda of hard-as-nails-{{Jerkass}}-by-not-so-much personality? Would that mean she's related to Weyland? [[EpilepticTrees Or, that just leads to more questions?]] For ''Film/{{Prometheus}}''?[[WMG: ''Film/{{Prometheus}}''?

[[WMG:
Surge Protector and Zangief are fighting for Ralph's love]]
And Ralph is pretending to be clueless to see where this is going.going.

[[WMG: Felix's hammer is really just an AmplifierArtifact]]



Also, it's not just for Sonic, in case that wasn't obvious.[[WMG: [[{{RuleThirtyFour}} Somewhere out there is a fan-video/parody where Ralph stumbles in to Custer's Revenge.]]]]

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Also, it's not just for Sonic, in case that wasn't obvious.obvious.

[[WMG: [[{{RuleThirtyFour}} Somewhere out there is a fan-video/parody where Ralph stumbles in to Custer's Revenge.]]]]



* Could also lead to a double team effort. The entire terrain, at last one map in ''Sugar Rush'', taken over by Cy-Bugs. Ralph can only wreck. Felix can only fix. Cue unison cries of "I'm gonna wreck it!"/"I can fix it!" with Ralph destroying the Cy-Bug infection and Felix fixing the ''Sugar Rush'' in his wake.[[WMG: Ralph and Co. will become canon immigrants and become actual video game characters in real life.]]
After all, Ralph already makes an appearance in a Sonic Racer game. Not as a movie tie in but as a special character.[[WMG: Calhoun, Felix, Ralph, and Vanellope will be unlockable characters in sequels to the games they visited]]

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* Could also lead to a double team effort. The entire terrain, at last one map in ''Sugar Rush'', taken over by Cy-Bugs. Ralph can only wreck. Felix can only fix. Cue unison cries of "I'm gonna wreck it!"/"I can fix it!" with Ralph destroying the Cy-Bug infection and Felix fixing the ''Sugar Rush'' in his wake.wake.

[[WMG: Ralph and Co. will become canon immigrants and become actual video game characters in real life.]]
After all, Ralph already makes an appearance in a Sonic Racer game. Not as a movie tie in but as a special character.character.

[[WMG: Calhoun, Felix, Ralph, and Vanellope will be unlockable characters in sequels to the games they visited]]



** Also, if Disney is feeling creative, The Big Bad will be worse than [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo]]. But only if they're feeling really creative.[[WMG: ''Wreck-it Ralph 2'''s villain will be... Wreck-it Ralph... from the future.]]
* Basically, in the present day and age, Ralph will have a new game that stars him. The problem? In the new game, Ralph is the hero, but he's DarkerAndEdgier, paralleling the practice of current-day developers in reviving old franchises in a similar way. Eventually he meets Past!Ralph and tries to turn him just as bad as his programming suggests he should be. Of course, Ralph being pretty much the embodiment of the NiceGuy trope, [[FutureMeScaresMe he's pretty much creeped out by the idea.]] Future!Ralph will then attempt to do what Turbo did on a much larger scale and try to take over ''the whole arcade'', putting the risks on a much larger scale, and allowing for other more recognizable characters to get their own little sequences.[[WMG: The sequel will be primarily focused on the Internet.]]

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** Also, if Disney is feeling creative, The Big Bad will be worse than [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo]]. But only if they're feeling really creative.creative.

[[WMG: ''Wreck-it Ralph 2'''s villain will be... Wreck-it Ralph... from the future.]]
* Basically, in the present day and age, Ralph will have a new game that stars him. The problem? In the new game, Ralph is the hero, but he's DarkerAndEdgier, paralleling the practice of current-day developers in reviving old franchises in a similar way. Eventually he meets Past!Ralph and tries to turn him just as bad as his programming suggests he should be. Of course, Ralph being pretty much the embodiment of the NiceGuy trope, [[FutureMeScaresMe he's pretty much creeped out by the idea.]] Future!Ralph will then attempt to do what Turbo did on a much larger scale and try to take over ''the whole arcade'', putting the risks on a much larger scale, and allowing for other more recognizable characters to get their own little sequences.sequences.

[[WMG: The sequel will be primarily focused on the Internet.]]



And the BigBad is none other than [[TakeThat SOPA]] (or a CaptainErsatz of SOPA), [[{{Demonization}} which is depicted as an]] EldritchAbomination [[OmnicidalManiac bent on destroying everything on the web.]][[WMG: In the sequel, there'll be a joke about {{Rule 34}}]]

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And the BigBad is none other than [[TakeThat SOPA]] (or a CaptainErsatz of SOPA), [[{{Demonization}} which is depicted as an]] EldritchAbomination [[OmnicidalManiac bent on destroying everything on the web.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
In the sequel, there'll be a joke about {{Rule 34}}]]






Not THE MJ, of course, but his Moonwalker game persona, now if Disney can get the copyrights for the movie...[[WMG: Sour Bill will get a girlfriend if there's a sequel.]]

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Not THE MJ, of course, but his Moonwalker game persona, now if Disney can get the copyrights for the movie...movie...

[[WMG: Sour Bill will get a girlfriend if there's a sequel.]]






During the scene where Wynchell asks Vanellope who will be ruler, look closely at Taffyta, specifically, her hand. Notice that her hand clenched when Vanellope said "me". This would imply that there would be friction between her and Vanellope in the future.[[WMG: The sequel will utilize OhCrapThereAreFanficsOfUs]]

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During the scene where Wynchell asks Vanellope who will be ruler, look closely at Taffyta, specifically, her hand. Notice that her hand clenched when Vanellope said "me". This would imply that there would be friction between her and Vanellope in the future.future.

[[WMG: The sequel will utilize OhCrapThereAreFanficsOfUs]]



You know, assuming it has Internet access (which I assume it should, being a [[Franchise/TheSims Sims-styled]] game.[[WMG: Rancis ''will'' be Vanellope's boyfriend/love interest in the sequel.]]

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You know, assuming it has Internet access (which I assume it should, being a [[Franchise/TheSims Sims-styled]] game.game.

[[WMG: Rancis ''will'' be Vanellope's boyfriend/love interest in the sequel.]]






In [[@/AussieEvil my]] interpretation, the power cord is kinda the only way the arcade machine characters can move around. Since most electronic gaming devices need to be plugged in at one point or another, it brings a perfect beginning point to Ralph & co. discovering this new world.[[WMG: Missingno. will be TheDragon/BigBad of the sequel.]]

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In [[@/AussieEvil my]] interpretation, the power cord is kinda the only way the arcade machine characters can move around. Since most electronic gaming devices need to be plugged in at one point or another, it brings a perfect beginning point to Ralph & co. discovering this new world.world.

[[WMG: Missingno. will be TheDragon/BigBad of the sequel.]]



* Already done on WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Nintendo if they did that would be basically plagiarizing Linkara. And personally they couldn't do it better than him, in which [[spoiler: Linkara made Missingno, an all powerful Lovecraftian God. Who destroys everyone and everything. And being really effectively terrifying throughout.]][[WMG: Dr. Brad Scott will come BackFromTheDead]]

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* Already done on WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Nintendo if they did that would be basically plagiarizing Linkara. And personally they couldn't do it better than him, in which [[spoiler: Linkara made Missingno, an all powerful Lovecraftian God. Who destroys everyone and everything. And being really effectively terrifying throughout.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
Dr. Brad Scott will come BackFromTheDead]]









In the first film, [[spoiler: Turbo/King Candy]] used the Konami code to hack into Sugar Rush. It is shown that he had the Code written on a napkin. Which means that someone told him about the Konami code and how it works. My guess is that the BigBad in the sequel is giving the code to rogue programs to mess with computer systems and video games. The big bad's ultimate goal is to use the Konami Code to Take over the Computer/Video game world and the real world.[[WMG: ''Wreck-it Ralph'' will soon have a TV special(s)]]

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In the first film, [[spoiler: Turbo/King Candy]] used the Konami code to hack into Sugar Rush. It is shown that he had the Code written on a napkin. Which means that someone told him about the Konami code and how it works. My guess is that the BigBad in the sequel is giving the code to rogue programs to mess with computer systems and video games. The big bad's ultimate goal is to use the Konami Code to Take over the Computer/Video game world and the real world.world.

[[WMG: ''Wreck-it Ralph'' will soon have a TV special(s)]]



[[WMG: In the sequel, Felix and Calhoun will become a BattleCouple and/or Calhoun will display ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend tendencies.]][[WMG: The sequel, if there'll be one, will feature a Presidential Election at Sugar Rush and Vanellope's main (if not only) opponent will play on the voter's fears Vanellope might execute them for real]]
Or the opponent might also fear that.[[WMG: The BigBad in the sequel will be a genuinely nice hero-turned-villain.]]Originating from a NintendoHard game, he became quite broken over dying repeatedly in his very own game. Believing the villains to have an easier life than the heroes, he left his own game in an attempt to become a villain. While he fails at actually being evil, he ends up causing massive trouble anyhow. He ends up pulling off a HeelFaceTurn after a MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment when he inevitably causes a serious catastrophe.

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[[WMG: In the sequel, Felix and Calhoun will become a BattleCouple and/or Calhoun will display ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend tendencies.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
The sequel, if there'll be one, will feature a Presidential Election at Sugar Rush and Vanellope's main (if not only) opponent will play on the voter's fears Vanellope might execute them for real]]
Or the opponent might also fear that.that.

[[WMG: The BigBad in the sequel will be a genuinely nice hero-turned-villain.]]Originating from a NintendoHard game, he became quite broken over dying repeatedly in his very own game. Believing the villains to have an easier life than the heroes, he left his own game in an attempt to become a villain. While he fails at actually being evil, he ends up causing massive trouble anyhow. He ends up pulling off a HeelFaceTurn after a MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment when he inevitably causes a serious catastrophe.



Same reason why they do in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''. ''Wreck-it Ralph'' actually ''does'' share part of its target audience with the [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} Pokémon anime]], and since Disney already has SelfDemonstrating/{{Groot}} they can probably find some way to play it [[PlayedForLaughs for laughs]].[[WMG: The sequel will focus on {{MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame}}s]]
Through one way or another, the heroes [[TrappedInTVLand get sucked into the world wide web]], and get bounced around various {{Expy}}s of famous online games, like WorldOfWarcraft, VideoGame/TeamFortress2, VideoGame/CallOfDuty[=/=]{{Battlefield}}, etc., with Ralph and his crew often going various {{ArtShift}}s with the games ([[UnusuallyUninterestingSight often getting written off as either]] [[VirtualPaperDoll avatars made from in-game customization, or fan-based modding]]). The main conflict will arise with having to deal with players who have cases of {{GIFT}} ([[{{Bowdlerise}} there's no cursing or sexual content, naturally]], but the intent to annoy or bully other players would be at the forefront - some of it PlayedForLaughs {{Troll}}ing, others being [[DarkerAndEdgier considerably more nasty]], [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain like mocking certain players for being foreign, handicapped, etc.]]), and eventually allying with underdog players who want to stop these {{Troll}}s from ruining their games. An overall BigBad may be an {{Expy}} of Youtube's infamous "[[BigBrotherIsWatching Content ID]]" system, [[GoneHorriblyWrong which goes haywire and starts to tear the very internet apart]], EldritchAbomination style - and since EverythingIsOnline, that doesn't just threaten games, but virtually the entire world![[WMG:The InUniverse counterpart of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' will make an appearance in the sequel.]]

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Same reason why they do in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''. ''Wreck-it Ralph'' actually ''does'' share part of its target audience with the [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} Pokémon anime]], and since Disney already has SelfDemonstrating/{{Groot}} they can probably find some way to play it [[PlayedForLaughs for laughs]].laughs]].

[[WMG: The sequel will focus on {{MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame}}s]]
Through one way or another, the heroes [[TrappedInTVLand get sucked into the world wide web]], and get bounced around various {{Expy}}s of famous online games, like WorldOfWarcraft, VideoGame/TeamFortress2, VideoGame/CallOfDuty[=/=]{{Battlefield}}, etc., with Ralph and his crew often going various {{ArtShift}}s with the games ([[UnusuallyUninterestingSight often getting written off as either]] [[VirtualPaperDoll avatars made from in-game customization, or fan-based modding]]). The main conflict will arise with having to deal with players who have cases of {{GIFT}} ([[{{Bowdlerise}} there's no cursing or sexual content, naturally]], but the intent to annoy or bully other players would be at the forefront - some of it PlayedForLaughs {{Troll}}ing, others being [[DarkerAndEdgier considerably more nasty]], [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain like mocking certain players for being foreign, handicapped, etc.]]), and eventually allying with underdog players who want to stop these {{Troll}}s from ruining their games. An overall BigBad may be an {{Expy}} of Youtube's infamous "[[BigBrotherIsWatching Content ID]]" system, [[GoneHorriblyWrong which goes haywire and starts to tear the very internet apart]], EldritchAbomination style - and since EverythingIsOnline, that doesn't just threaten games, but virtually the entire world![[WMG:The world!

[[WMG:The
InUniverse counterpart of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' will make an appearance in the sequel.]]



** Which makes sense, considering that it would function as a ''literal'' {{Gamebreaker}}: Even if it didn't have unintended side-effects, it would still allow anyone who had it to mess with the very fabric of reality in any given game-world. Since it also seems that you don't need any technical acumen to use it, something like the Konami Code would be guarded like a weapon of mass destruction![[WMG: In the sequel, the BigBad will be Waluigi]]

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** Which makes sense, considering that it would function as a ''literal'' {{Gamebreaker}}: Even if it didn't have unintended side-effects, it would still allow anyone who had it to mess with the very fabric of reality in any given game-world. Since it also seems that you don't need any technical acumen to use it, something like the Konami Code would be guarded like a weapon of mass destruction![[WMG: destruction!

[[WMG:
In the sequel, the BigBad will be Waluigi]]






* Does Sonic and All Stars Racing Transform do until then?[[WMG: Wreck-It Ralph showing up in ''Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed'' is because of his antics [[spoiler:and heroics.]]]]

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* Does Sonic and All Stars Racing Transform do until then?[[WMG: then?

[[WMG:
Wreck-It Ralph showing up in ''Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed'' is because of his antics [[spoiler:and heroics.]]]]



* [[BlinxtheTimeSweeper Blinx the Time Sweeper]]: If someone died outside of their game, he could use a Rewind Time Crystal to revive them.[[WMG: In the sequel, Fix-It Felix Sr. will be played by]]

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* [[BlinxtheTimeSweeper Blinx the Time Sweeper]]: If someone died outside of their game, he could use a Rewind Time Crystal to revive them.them.

[[WMG: In the sequel, Fix-It Felix Sr. will be played by]]



* Creator/AdamWest. His voice conveys a sense of grim determination that Junior struggles to live up to, and he's done similar cameos in Disney films of the past decade.[[WMG: MadWritter's guess for ''Wreck-It Ralph'''s DVD Bonuses]]

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* Creator/AdamWest. His voice conveys a sense of grim determination that Junior struggles to live up to, and he's done similar cameos in Disney films of the past decade.decade.

[[WMG: MadWritter's guess for ''Wreck-It Ralph'''s DVD Bonuses]]






Please let this be true...And besides, it would make sense if they put it in, seeing as {{I Want Song}}s tend to get awards for some reason.[[WMG: Felix will become a FountainOfMemes]]

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Please let this be true...And besides, it would make sense if they put it in, seeing as {{I Want Song}}s tend to get awards for some reason.reason.

[[WMG: Felix will become a FountainOfMemes]]






Maybe certain games will be rebooted or get sequels. At the least it'll prove profitable for series that are already big.[[WMG: Dr. Wily wasn't in the movie because Mega Man wasn't either.]]

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Maybe certain games will be rebooted or get sequels. At the least it'll prove profitable for series that are already big.big.

[[WMG: Dr. Wily wasn't in the movie because Mega Man wasn't either.]]



* Mario is in the universe, he just doesn't appear on-screen. He was invited to the Fix-It Felix Jr. 30th Anniversary.[[WMG: There will be [[{{Defictionalization}} actual]] ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', ''Hero's Duty'', and ''Sugar Rush'' machines in real arcades at some point in the future.]]

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* Mario is in the universe, he just doesn't appear on-screen. He was invited to the Fix-It Felix Jr. 30th Anniversary.Anniversary.

[[WMG: There will be [[{{Defictionalization}} actual]] ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', ''Hero's Duty'', and ''Sugar Rush'' machines in real arcades at some point in the future.]]
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[[WMG: Viewtiful Joe will gain MediumAwareness]]
A movie that has a cameo where a game character that enters movies knowing full well that he is in a movie now knows he's actually part of a game just might be able to see that the events that occur in the plot are actually parts of a movie. [[CassandraTruth Of course no one believes him]].

[[WMG: Ralph's leaving will cause his future rendition of himself ceasing to exist in Wreck-It Ralph Jr., where Fix-It Felix will most likely Travel back 'in time' to the original Wreck-It Ralph machine to conquer the video game Multiverse, or at least his games]]
Think about it, the original plot of Donkey Kong was that Mario had a pet gorilla (DK) who he treated badly, so DK kidnapped Pauline/Lady so that he could protect her...but since Disney is known for making stories softer and less blatant, they concept some sort of storyline where Ralph was merely misunderstood with situations like tearing down his own home (and possibly squeezing in some sort of environmental impact).

Ralph leaving his own game causes himself to not exist in WiR Jr, assuming that the film takes place in the present, thus actually a bunch of Ralphs hailing from games that was produced in the 80's and 90's, Felix goes mad with power, possibly stealing knowledge from other video game characters as he goes, possibly having Wreck-It Ralph Jr as a henchman.

Ralph saves the day, becoming Fix-It Ralph in the progress, becoming friends with the original Felix, repairing whatever destruction the "Future" Felix had caused, and remembering that although he was once a villain, he should know that villains are characters too.
* Possibly jossed. At the moment it seems implied that these are characters in individual cabinets, kind of like Kidd Radd. Of course, this now requires you to figure out why an arcade Sonic game with a modern Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik design, or possibly an arcade game with Bowser.
* Well there's Mario Kart Arcade GP games, which I'm pretty sure feature Bowser as a playable character.
* I've seen a Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing arcade machine...
** In addition to the two Kart games mentioned above, Bowser also appears in Vs. Super Mario Bros. And that's not counting the console titles utilized by [=PlayChoice-10=] or the Nintendo Super System.

[[WMG: Inversions of "I can fix it" and "Fix-It Felix" will appear.]]
[[IKnewIt Calling it]] when Felix has a HeroicBSOD he will say "I can't fix it", and when Ralph fights the final boss, the by standing crowd will cheer "WRECK-IT RALPH!"
* A HeroicBSOD looks very possible for Felix, judging from the trailer. He does get thrown into a prison cell at some point and [[PowerIncontinence literally cannot break himself out]], and just before Ralph shows up to rescue him, [[BreakTheCutie Felix looks rather depressed]]. [[{{Tearjerker}} Expect tears to ensue]].
* Could also lead to a double team effort. The entire terrain, at last one map in ''Sugar Rush'', taken over by Cy-Bugs. Ralph can only wreck. Felix can only fix. Cue unison cries of "I'm gonna wreck it!"/"I can fix it!" with Ralph destroying the Cy-Bug infection and Felix fixing the ''Sugar Rush'' in his wake.[[WMG: Ralph and Co. will become canon immigrants and become actual video game characters in real life.]]
After all, Ralph already makes an appearance in a Sonic Racer game. Not as a movie tie in but as a special character.[[WMG: Calhoun, Felix, Ralph, and Vanellope will be unlockable characters in sequels to the games they visited]]
My idea works like this: although they will die for good if they die in a game that doesn't recognize them, they still left fragments of their code in the games they visited. [[spoiler:As King Candy!Turbo had hacked ''Sugar Rush'' to recognize him, it was his transformation into a Cy-Bug that did him in: ''Sugar Rush'' no longer recognized him]]. Now suppose a game is pulled for some kind of minor maintenance, and the programmer finds these code fragments. Rather than deleting what seems like dead code, he or she expands it. Possible ideas:
* Ralph: Can level uneven terrain to overcome barriers in ''Sugar Rush II''. Is the climber character in ''Hero's Duty II''.
* Felix: Repairs broken track in ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Calhoun: Only unlockable on the Sour Patch difficulty level of ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Vanellope: Will use her glitching to cause pieces of buildings to disintegrate in ''Hero's Duty II''.

[[WMG: Sgt. Calhoun's backstory groom was already named Calhoun]]
Specifically, [[spoiler:Barney Calhoun because he was Put On A Bus after ''Half-Life 2'' Episode 1]]
* Jossed, her fiance, Brad, had brown hair and a LanternJawOfJustice. Maybe Barney is his brother?
** His name's Brad Scott, so unless someone changed their name...

[[WMG: The events of the movie will cause some political reforms in the arcade.]]
Obviously the events of the movie were a serious incident that nearly led to two games being unplugged, so the characters will make some changes to avoid such a thing in the future. More than likely, we'll see the following things: 1. A council of representatives from each game to share information and discuss issues in each other's games. 2. A group of special ops forces consisted of characters from each game that investigates things like rogue characters (so someone like Turbo being able to infiltrate and take over Sugar Rush doesn't happen again). 3. A hidden beacon is installed in each game to prevent a Cybug infestation in the future. 4. A "bad guy awareness" campaign to encourage people to treat the bad guys of their games with respect and not to ostracize them, possibly also educating people that bad guys can't actually kill someone outside of their game just by touching them. 5. A system of helping characters from unplugged games find work and a place to live in games that can handle them.
** I'd be interested in seeing what the beacon in ''Tapper'' would look like.

[[WMG: Electricity is magic.]]
That's why Surge Protector exists...and characters are alive.

[[WMG: Felix didn't know that Q*Bert had been unplugged, and it wasn't for selfish reasons.]]
You don't have to assume that Felix was unwilling to give up being the [[AHeroToHisHometown hero]] in order to explain this. It's pretty obvious from the film that the Nicelanders worship the ground that Felix walks on, and so it makes sense that they might continually have been asking him to social events. [[ExtremeDoormat Because Felix couldn't say no]], he found himself with no time to venture outside the game.

[[WMG: If Felix and Calhoun got married at the end...]]
...does that mean Felix's full name is now Felix Calhoun? Because I doubt Tamora would change her name (besides not being the type to do that, it'd mess with the game). Besides, did Felix even ''have'' a last name before?
* It would seem that Fix-It is just a title and not a last name, similar to the "Super" in Super Mario (Tamora probably just called Ralph and Felix "Wreck-It" and "Fix-It" because they have no last names and she was on a formal basis with them at the time, so she went with the only non-first-name component of their full names that they had). Also, given that Felix has no last name and yet has a "Junior" at the end of his given name, that would make for a strange combination (Fix-It Felix Jr. Calhoun?). In any event, I think that Felix would either take her last name at least symbolically (he'd still technically be Fix-It Felix Jr. "from the game Fix-It Felix Jr.", but would call himself Felix Calhoun) or neither of the couple's names would change.

[[WMG: [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Gill]] is the only character capable of bending the "if you die in another game, you can't respawn rule".]]
Gill has the ability to resurrect when he is knocked out (but only once per round), so technically he could resurrect himself if he went Turbo and dies in the game he Turbo'd.

[[WMG:Bad-Anon is for troubled Anti-Heroes too. And we'll see it in the Sequel.]]
That is why we see Zangief in it - his games did tend to portray him as having a less sympathetic backstory. I mean seriously, how often do you choose to play AS Zangief in Street Fighter? A guy like VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog, for example, would be perfectly welcome to come if he was having trouble coping with being expected to be gloomy and feeling like he was always playing second fiddle to Sonic. Or Wario might come because he's sick of being the bad guy even when he's a good guy. They might not be actively the villains of their games, but you do NOT want those kinds of guys going Turbo.
[[WMG: Freddy, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, BB and the Marionette will be in the villain convention in the sequel.]]
And they will talk about how they are constantly being mistaken for bad guys, when they just want to play. They will also have a harder time being accepted than Ralph who decides to help them.




[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' is a Disney adaptation of ''VideoGame/BadDudes'']]
Now hear me out! Ralph is a bad guy who learned that being bad is good and he likes to wreck stuff. Vanellope [[spoiler:is a princess (who becomes president) who]] has her position in the world taken by a mad man. Ralph is the one who saves the day.
* Thus, [[spoiler:Ralph was a bad enough dude to save the president]]

[[WMG: There ''will'' be a [[ActorAllusion Director Allusion]] for [[Creator.RichMoore Rich Moore]] at the Bad-Anon scene.]]
Most of us thought that only [[StreetFighter Zangief]] and [[PacMan Clyde]] would talk in that scene, but that was quickly proven wrong by later trailers in which [[MortalKombat Kano]] delivers a line ([[YouCantFightFate "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."]][[note]] (which is a fancy way of saying [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "I'm PROGRAMMED to rip people's hearts out myself".)]])[[/note]]. So probably the same will happen for everyone... except for [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser]] (and Mario fans [[SuperMarioSunshine sure as hell know why]]). How does a potentially-dialogue-heavy scene deal with this? Simply put: Bowser ''can'' talk, [[ButtMonkey but is constantly interrupted by the others]] (for example, he tries to say something but Eggman opens his mouth before he can). Now, where did this happen before? [[TheSimpsons Teenager Maggie in "Lisa's Wedding", anyone?]] [=-->=] theory by @/AlexSora89
* Actually, Bowser can be seen talking during the "bad guy affirmation" near the end of the Bad-Anon scene. You just can't hear him in the crowded speaking.
** Since you can't hear what he's even saying he could just be mumbling growls for all we know.

[[WMG:[[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] will make a cameo in the sequel.]]
Only to serve as an inspiration for Vanellope during the races. And, yes. Giving his trademark [[MemeticMutation Falcon]] [[AscendedMeme Punch.]]

[[WMG: Ralph will appear in a future ''KingdomHearts'' game]]
Which will present an opportunity for plenty of lampshade hanging and meta humor.



[[AC:Uncategorized]]

[[WMG: Viewtiful Joe will gain MediumAwareness]]
A movie that has a cameo where a game character that enters movies knowing full well that he is in a movie now knows he's actually part of a game just might be able to see that the events that occur in the plot are actually parts of a movie. [[CassandraTruth Of course no one believes him]].

[[WMG: Ralph's leaving will cause his future rendition of himself ceasing to exist in Wreck-It Ralph Jr., where Fix-It Felix will most likely Travel back 'in time' to the original Wreck-It Ralph machine to conquer the video game Multiverse, or at least his games]]
Think about it, the original plot of Donkey Kong was that Mario had a pet gorilla (DK) who he treated badly, so DK kidnapped Pauline/Lady so that he could protect her...but since Disney is known for making stories softer and less blatant, they concept some sort of storyline where Ralph was merely misunderstood with situations like tearing down his own home (and possibly squeezing in some sort of environmental impact).

Ralph leaving his own game causes himself to not exist in WiR Jr, assuming that the film takes place in the present, thus actually a bunch of Ralphs hailing from games that was produced in the 80's and 90's, Felix goes mad with power, possibly stealing knowledge from other video game characters as he goes, possibly having Wreck-It Ralph Jr as a henchman.

Ralph saves the day, becoming Fix-It Ralph in the progress, becoming friends with the original Felix, repairing whatever destruction the "Future" Felix had caused, and remembering that although he was once a villain, he should know that villains are characters too.
* Possibly jossed. At the moment it seems implied that these are characters in individual cabinets, kind of like Kidd Radd. Of course, this now requires you to figure out why an arcade Sonic game with a modern Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik design, or possibly an arcade game with Bowser.
* Well there's Mario Kart Arcade GP games, which I'm pretty sure feature Bowser as a playable character.
* I've seen a Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing arcade machine...
** In addition to the two Kart games mentioned above, Bowser also appears in Vs. Super Mario Bros. And that's not counting the console titles utilized by [=PlayChoice-10=] or the Nintendo Super System.

[[WMG: Inversions of "I can fix it" and "Fix-It Felix" will appear.]]
[[IKnewIt Calling it]] when Felix has a HeroicBSOD he will say "I can't fix it", and when Ralph fights the final boss, the by standing crowd will cheer "WRECK-IT RALPH!"
* A HeroicBSOD looks very possible for Felix, judging from the trailer. He does get thrown into a prison cell at some point and [[PowerIncontinence literally cannot break himself out]], and just before Ralph shows up to rescue him, [[BreakTheCutie Felix looks rather depressed]]. [[{{Tearjerker}} Expect tears to ensue]].
* Could also lead to a double team effort. The entire terrain, at last one map in ''Sugar Rush'', taken over by Cy-Bugs. Ralph can only wreck. Felix can only fix. Cue unison cries of "I'm gonna wreck it!"/"I can fix it!" with Ralph destroying the Cy-Bug infection and Felix fixing the ''Sugar Rush'' in his wake.[[WMG: Ralph and Co. will become canon immigrants and become actual video game characters in real life.]]
After all, Ralph already makes an appearance in a Sonic Racer game. Not as a movie tie in but as a special character.

[[WMG: There ''will'' be a [[ActorAllusion Director Allusion]] for [[Creator.RichMoore Rich Moore]] at the Bad-Anon scene.]]
Most of us thought that only [[StreetFighter Zangief]] and [[PacMan Clyde]] would talk in that scene, but that was quickly proven wrong by later trailers in which [[MortalKombat Kano]] delivers a line ([[YouCantFightFate "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."]][[note]] (which is a fancy way of saying [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "I'm PROGRAMMED to rip people's hearts out myself".)]])[[/note]]. So probably the same will happen for everyone... except for [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser]] (and Mario fans [[SuperMarioSunshine sure as hell know why]]). How does a potentially-dialogue-heavy scene deal with this? Simply put: Bowser ''can'' talk, [[ButtMonkey but is constantly interrupted by the others]] (for example, he tries to say something but Eggman opens his mouth before he can). Now, where did this happen before? [[TheSimpsons Teenager Maggie in "Lisa's Wedding", anyone?]] [=-->=] theory by @/AlexSora89
* Actually, Bowser can be seen talking during the "bad guy affirmation" near the end of the Bad-Anon scene. You just can't hear him in the crowded speaking.
** Since you can't hear what he's even saying he could just be mumbling growls for all we know.

[[WMG: Calhoun, Felix, Ralph, and Vanellope will be unlockable characters in sequels to the games they visited]]
My idea works like this: although they will die for good if they die in a game that doesn't recognize them, they still left fragments of their code in the games they visited. [[spoiler:As King Candy!Turbo had hacked ''Sugar Rush'' to recognize him, it was his transformation into a Cy-Bug that did him in: ''Sugar Rush'' no longer recognized him]]. Now suppose a game is pulled for some kind of minor maintenance, and the programmer finds these code fragments. Rather than deleting what seems like dead code, he or she expands it. Possible ideas:
* Ralph: Can level uneven terrain to overcome barriers in ''Sugar Rush II''. Is the climber character in ''Hero's Duty II''.
* Felix: Repairs broken track in ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Calhoun: Only unlockable on the Sour Patch difficulty level of ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Vanellope: Will use her glitching to cause pieces of buildings to disintegrate in ''Hero's Duty II''.

[[WMG: Sgt. Calhoun's backstory groom was already named Calhoun]]
Specifically, [[spoiler:Barney Calhoun because he was Put On A Bus after ''Half-Life 2'' Episode 1]]
* Jossed, her fiance, Brad, had brown hair and a LanternJawOfJustice. Maybe Barney is his brother?
** His name's Brad Scott, so unless someone changed their name...

[[WMG:[[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] will make a cameo in the sequel.]]
Only to serve as an inspiration for Vanellope during the races. And, yes. Giving his trademark [[MemeticMutation Falcon]] [[AscendedMeme Punch.]]

[[WMG: The events of the movie will cause some political reforms in the arcade.]]
Obviously the events of the movie were a serious incident that nearly led to two games being unplugged, so the characters will make some changes to avoid such a thing in the future. More than likely, we'll see the following things: 1. A council of representatives from each game to share information and discuss issues in each other's games. 2. A group of special ops forces consisted of characters from each game that investigates things like rogue characters (so someone like Turbo being able to infiltrate and take over Sugar Rush doesn't happen again). 3. A hidden beacon is installed in each game to prevent a Cybug infestation in the future. 4. A "bad guy awareness" campaign to encourage people to treat the bad guys of their games with respect and not to ostracize them, possibly also educating people that bad guys can't actually kill someone outside of their game just by touching them. 5. A system of helping characters from unplugged games find work and a place to live in games that can handle them.
** I'd be interested in seeing what the beacon in ''Tapper'' would look like.

[[WMG: Ralph will appear in a future ''KingdomHearts'' game]]
Which will present an opportunity for plenty of lampshade hanging and meta humor.

[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' is a Disney adaptation of ''VideoGame/BadDudes'']]
Now hear me out! Ralph is a bad guy who learned that being bad is good and he likes to wreck stuff. Vanellope [[spoiler:is a princess (who becomes president) who]] has her position in the world taken by a mad man. Ralph is the one who saves the day.
* Thus, [[spoiler:Ralph was a bad enough dude to save the president]]

[[WMG: Electricity is magic.]]
That's why Surge Protector exists...and characters are alive.

[[WMG: Felix didn't know that Q*Bert had been unplugged, and it wasn't for selfish reasons.]]
You don't have to assume that Felix was unwilling to give up being the [[AHeroToHisHometown hero]] in order to explain this. It's pretty obvious from the film that the Nicelanders worship the ground that Felix walks on, and so it makes sense that they might continually have been asking him to social events. [[ExtremeDoormat Because Felix couldn't say no]], he found himself with no time to venture outside the game.

[[WMG: If Felix and Calhoun got married at the end...]]
...does that mean Felix's full name is now Felix Calhoun? Because I doubt Tamora would change her name (besides not being the type to do that, it'd mess with the game). Besides, did Felix even ''have'' a last name before?
* It would seem that Fix-It is just a title and not a last name, similar to the "Super" in Super Mario (Tamora probably just called Ralph and Felix "Wreck-It" and "Fix-It" because they have no last names and she was on a formal basis with them at the time, so she went with the only non-first-name component of their full names that they had). Also, given that Felix has no last name and yet has a "Junior" at the end of his given name, that would make for a strange combination (Fix-It Felix Jr. Calhoun?). In any event, I think that Felix would either take her last name at least symbolically (he'd still technically be Fix-It Felix Jr. "from the game Fix-It Felix Jr.", but would call himself Felix Calhoun) or neither of the couple's names would change.

[[WMG: [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Gill]] is the only character capable of bending the "if you die in another game, you can't respawn rule".]]
Gill has the ability to resurrect when he is knocked out (but only once per round), so technically he could resurrect himself if he went Turbo and dies in the game he Turbo'd.

[[WMG:Bad-Anon is for troubled Anti-Heroes too. And we'll see it in the Sequel.]]
That is why we see Zangief in it - his games did tend to portray him as having a less sympathetic backstory. I mean seriously, how often do you choose to play AS Zangief in Street Fighter? A guy like VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog, for example, would be perfectly welcome to come if he was having trouble coping with being expected to be gloomy and feeling like he was always playing second fiddle to Sonic. Or Wario might come because he's sick of being the bad guy even when he's a good guy. They might not be actively the villains of their games, but you do NOT want those kinds of guys going Turbo.
[[WMG: Freddy, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, BB and the Marionette will be in the villain convention in the sequel.]]
And they will talk about how they are constantly being mistaken for bad guys, when they just want to play. They will also have a harder time being accepted than Ralph who decides to help them.


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[[AC:Uncategorized]]

[[WMG: Viewtiful Joe will gain MediumAwareness]]
A movie that has a cameo where a game character that enters movies knowing full well that he is in a movie now knows he's actually part of a game just might be able to see that the events that occur in the plot are actually parts of a movie. [[CassandraTruth Of course no one believes him]].

[[WMG: Ralph's leaving will cause his future rendition of himself ceasing to exist in Wreck-It Ralph Jr., where Fix-It Felix will most likely Travel back 'in time' to the original Wreck-It Ralph machine to conquer the video game Multiverse, or at least his games]]
Think about it, the original plot of Donkey Kong was that Mario had a pet gorilla (DK) who he treated badly, so DK kidnapped Pauline/Lady so that he could protect her...but since Disney is known for making stories softer and less blatant, they concept some sort of storyline where Ralph was merely misunderstood with situations like tearing down his own home (and possibly squeezing in some sort of environmental impact).

Ralph leaving his own game causes himself to not exist in WiR Jr, assuming that the film takes place in the present, thus actually a bunch of Ralphs hailing from games that was produced in the 80's and 90's, Felix goes mad with power, possibly stealing knowledge from other video game characters as he goes, possibly having Wreck-It Ralph Jr as a henchman.

Ralph saves the day, becoming Fix-It Ralph in the progress, becoming friends with the original Felix, repairing whatever destruction the "Future" Felix had caused, and remembering that although he was once a villain, he should know that villains are characters too.
* Possibly jossed. At the moment it seems implied that these are characters in individual cabinets, kind of like Kidd Radd. Of course, this now requires you to figure out why an arcade Sonic game with a modern Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik design, or possibly an arcade game with Bowser.
* Well there's Mario Kart Arcade GP games, which I'm pretty sure feature Bowser as a playable character.
* I've seen a Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing arcade machine...
** In addition to the two Kart games mentioned above, Bowser also appears in Vs. Super Mario Bros. And that's not counting the console titles utilized by [=PlayChoice-10=] or the Nintendo Super System.

[[WMG: Inversions of "I can fix it" and "Fix-It Felix" will appear.]]
[[IKnewIt Calling it]] when Felix has a HeroicBSOD he will say "I can't fix it", and when Ralph fights the final boss, the by standing crowd will cheer "WRECK-IT RALPH!"
* A HeroicBSOD looks very possible for Felix, judging from the trailer. He does get thrown into a prison cell at some point and [[PowerIncontinence literally cannot break himself out]], and just before Ralph shows up to rescue him, [[BreakTheCutie Felix looks rather depressed]]. [[{{Tearjerker}} Expect tears to ensue]].
* Could also lead to a double team effort. The entire terrain, at last one map in ''Sugar Rush'', taken over by Cy-Bugs. Ralph can only wreck. Felix can only fix. Cue unison cries of "I'm gonna wreck it!"/"I can fix it!" with Ralph destroying the Cy-Bug infection and Felix fixing the ''Sugar Rush'' in his wake.[[WMG: Ralph and Co. will become canon immigrants and become actual video game characters in real life.]]
After all, Ralph already makes an appearance in a Sonic Racer game. Not as a movie tie in but as a special character.

[[WMG: There ''will'' be a [[ActorAllusion Director Allusion]] for [[Creator.RichMoore Rich Moore]] at the Bad-Anon scene.]]
Most of us thought that only [[StreetFighter Zangief]] and [[PacMan Clyde]] would talk in that scene, but that was quickly proven wrong by later trailers in which [[MortalKombat Kano]] delivers a line ([[YouCantFightFate "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."]][[note]] (which is a fancy way of saying [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "I'm PROGRAMMED to rip people's hearts out myself".)]])[[/note]]. So probably the same will happen for everyone... except for [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser]] (and Mario fans [[SuperMarioSunshine sure as hell know why]]). How does a potentially-dialogue-heavy scene deal with this? Simply put: Bowser ''can'' talk, [[ButtMonkey but is constantly interrupted by the others]] (for example, he tries to say something but Eggman opens his mouth before he can). Now, where did this happen before? [[TheSimpsons Teenager Maggie in "Lisa's Wedding", anyone?]] [=-->=] theory by @/AlexSora89
* Actually, Bowser can be seen talking during the "bad guy affirmation" near the end of the Bad-Anon scene. You just can't hear him in the crowded speaking.
** Since you can't hear what he's even saying he could just be mumbling growls for all we know.

[[WMG: Calhoun, Felix, Ralph, and Vanellope will be unlockable characters in sequels to the games they visited]]
My idea works like this: although they will die for good if they die in a game that doesn't recognize them, they still left fragments of their code in the games they visited. [[spoiler:As King Candy!Turbo had hacked ''Sugar Rush'' to recognize him, it was his transformation into a Cy-Bug that did him in: ''Sugar Rush'' no longer recognized him]]. Now suppose a game is pulled for some kind of minor maintenance, and the programmer finds these code fragments. Rather than deleting what seems like dead code, he or she expands it. Possible ideas:
* Ralph: Can level uneven terrain to overcome barriers in ''Sugar Rush II''. Is the climber character in ''Hero's Duty II''.
* Felix: Repairs broken track in ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Calhoun: Only unlockable on the Sour Patch difficulty level of ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Vanellope: Will use her glitching to cause pieces of buildings to disintegrate in ''Hero's Duty II''.

[[WMG: Sgt. Calhoun's backstory groom was already named Calhoun]]
Specifically, [[spoiler:Barney Calhoun because he was Put On A Bus after ''Half-Life 2'' Episode 1]]
* Jossed, her fiance, Brad, had brown hair and a LanternJawOfJustice. Maybe Barney is his brother?
** His name's Brad Scott, so unless someone changed their name...

[[WMG:[[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] will make a cameo in the sequel.]]
Only to serve as an inspiration for Vanellope during the races. And, yes. Giving his trademark [[MemeticMutation Falcon]] [[AscendedMeme Punch.]]

[[WMG: The events of the movie will cause some political reforms in the arcade.]]
Obviously the events of the movie were a serious incident that nearly led to two games being unplugged, so the characters will make some changes to avoid such a thing in the future. More than likely, we'll see the following things: 1. A council of representatives from each game to share information and discuss issues in each other's games. 2. A group of special ops forces consisted of characters from each game that investigates things like rogue characters (so someone like Turbo being able to infiltrate and take over Sugar Rush doesn't happen again). 3. A hidden beacon is installed in each game to prevent a Cybug infestation in the future. 4. A "bad guy awareness" campaign to encourage people to treat the bad guys of their games with respect and not to ostracize them, possibly also educating people that bad guys can't actually kill someone outside of their game just by touching them. 5. A system of helping characters from unplugged games find work and a place to live in games that can handle them.
** I'd be interested in seeing what the beacon in ''Tapper'' would look like.

[[WMG: Ralph will appear in a future ''KingdomHearts'' game]]
Which will present an opportunity for plenty of lampshade hanging and meta humor.

[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' is a Disney adaptation of ''VideoGame/BadDudes'']]
Now hear me out! Ralph is a bad guy who learned that being bad is good and he likes to wreck stuff. Vanellope [[spoiler:is a princess (who becomes president) who]] has her position in the world taken by a mad man. Ralph is the one who saves the day.
* Thus, [[spoiler:Ralph was a bad enough dude to save the president]]

[[WMG: Electricity is magic.]]
That's why Surge Protector exists...and characters are alive.

[[WMG: Felix didn't know that Q*Bert had been unplugged, and it wasn't for selfish reasons.]]
You don't have to assume that Felix was unwilling to give up being the [[AHeroToHisHometown hero]] in order to explain this. It's pretty obvious from the film that the Nicelanders worship the ground that Felix walks on, and so it makes sense that they might continually have been asking him to social events. [[ExtremeDoormat Because Felix couldn't say no]], he found himself with no time to venture outside the game.

[[WMG: If Felix and Calhoun got married at the end...]]
...does that mean Felix's full name is now Felix Calhoun? Because I doubt Tamora would change her name (besides not being the type to do that, it'd mess with the game). Besides, did Felix even ''have'' a last name before?
* It would seem that Fix-It is just a title and not a last name, similar to the "Super" in Super Mario (Tamora probably just called Ralph and Felix "Wreck-It" and "Fix-It" because they have no last names and she was on a formal basis with them at the time, so she went with the only non-first-name component of their full names that they had). Also, given that Felix has no last name and yet has a "Junior" at the end of his given name, that would make for a strange combination (Fix-It Felix Jr. Calhoun?). In any event, I think that Felix would either take her last name at least symbolically (he'd still technically be Fix-It Felix Jr. "from the game Fix-It Felix Jr.", but would call himself Felix Calhoun) or neither of the couple's names would change.

[[WMG: [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Gill]] is the only character capable of bending the "if you die in another game, you can't respawn rule".]]
Gill has the ability to resurrect when he is knocked out (but only once per round), so technically he could resurrect himself if he went Turbo and dies in the game he Turbo'd.

[[WMG:Bad-Anon is for troubled Anti-Heroes too. And we'll see it in the Sequel.]]
That is why we see Zangief in it - his games did tend to portray him as having a less sympathetic backstory. I mean seriously, how often do you choose to play AS Zangief in Street Fighter? A guy like VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog, for example, would be perfectly welcome to come if he was having trouble coping with being expected to be gloomy and feeling like he was always playing second fiddle to Sonic. Or Wario might come because he's sick of being the bad guy even when he's a good guy. They might not be actively the villains of their games, but you do NOT want those kinds of guys going Turbo.
[[WMG: Freddy, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, BB and the Marionette will be in the villain convention in the sequel.]]
And they will talk about how they are constantly being mistaken for bad guys, when they just want to play. They will also have a harder time being accepted than Ralph who decides to help them.

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I don't have a lot of evidence for this, aside from Taffyta telling Candlehead to "Light 'em up," like she does it all the time and Candlehead complying whilst giggling like a total maniac, but I find the idea oddly awesome.[[WMG: The video game characters are more than just code: they're all real.]]

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I don't have a lot of evidence for this, aside from Taffyta telling Candlehead to "Light 'em up," like she does it all the time and Candlehead complying whilst giggling like a total maniac, but I find the idea oddly awesome.awesome.

[[WMG: The video game characters are more than just code: they're all real.]]





















[[WMG: The video games in ''Wreck-It Ralph'' are really real life [[AlternateUniverse Alternate Universes]] that are part of TheMultiverse.]][[WMG: Ralph has his own successful video game franchise of which he is the protagonist]]

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[[WMG: The video games in ''Wreck-It Ralph'' are really real life [[AlternateUniverse Alternate Universes]] that are part of TheMultiverse.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
Ralph has his own successful video game franchise of which he is the protagonist]]









Say someone vandalized a cabinet beyond functioning or repair, especially when Mr. Litwak can't just get a new one. Now you've got all these homeless characters with nothing to do but sit around Game Central Station and hope they get a break. Or how about those SmallNameBigEgo types [[spoiler:who would go Turbo if they went too long without getting quarters]][[note]]If they're not getting quarters, then the gamers are ignoring them, meaning they've been left in the dust, which would lead to them going Turbo[[/note]]? Wouldn't he need to keep them satisfied to avoid another incident like that? If he tells this to his clients they'll probably know better than to allow these sorts of hypothetical situations. Obviously, though, not all of them would believe him, so he probably only tells the ones he think would--like, say, the particularly young gamers and some long-time customers.[[WMG: Surge Protector is Game Central Station. Not that he would tell that to the video game characters.]]

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Say someone vandalized a cabinet beyond functioning or repair, especially when Mr. Litwak can't just get a new one. Now you've got all these homeless characters with nothing to do but sit around Game Central Station and hope they get a break. Or how about those SmallNameBigEgo types [[spoiler:who would go Turbo if they went too long without getting quarters]][[note]]If they're not getting quarters, then the gamers are ignoring them, meaning they've been left in the dust, which would lead to them going Turbo[[/note]]? Wouldn't he need to keep them satisfied to avoid another incident like that? If he tells this to his clients they'll probably know better than to allow these sorts of hypothetical situations. Obviously, though, not all of them would believe him, so he probably only tells the ones he think would--like, say, the particularly young gamers and some long-time customers.customers.

[[WMG: Surge Protector is Game Central Station. Not that he would tell that to the video game characters.]]















* Or maybe, VideoGame/GangGarrison2 is an actual arcade tie-in with VideoGame/TeamFortress2[[WMG: Turbo has teamed up with Dreamworks to get revenge on Disney for ruining his image]]

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* Or maybe, VideoGame/GangGarrison2 is an actual arcade tie-in with VideoGame/TeamFortress2[[WMG: VideoGame/TeamFortress2

[[WMG:
Turbo has teamed up with Dreamworks to get revenge on Disney for ruining his image]]























* Or a copycat of Donkey Kong, since ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' wasn't around until 1985, and was for a home console.[[WMG: Candlehead was the local Bad Girl....]]

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* Or a copycat of Donkey Kong, since ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' wasn't around until 1985, and was for a home console.console.

[[WMG: Candlehead was the local Bad Girl....]]



* Easy: OddNameOut[[WMG: Litwak's is the Last Stop for Arcade Games]]

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* Easy: OddNameOut[[WMG: OddNameOut

[[WMG:
Litwak's is the Last Stop for Arcade Games]]



* But ''Hero's Duty'' is implied to, and appears to be, a brand new game, judging by the style and graphics. Games often get unplugged when they're deemed broken; if a game is broken, it gets thrown away. If the characters learn that their game is going to be unplugged, it could very well mean that Litwak thinks the game is broken and intends to throw it out.[[WMG: All the female Nicelanders have a crush on Felix.]]
They probably still do despite the fact that [[spoiler:Felix is married.]][[WMG: Using a handheld console and a charger cable plugged into the power bar...]]
It is possible for Ralph, [[spoiler:Turbo]], or any character in the arcade to game jump into a Game Boy/GBC/GBA/DS/3DS/PSP/Vita/Whatever game, and characters from those games to game jump into the arcade. This could have potential for crossover funtimes (the cast of ''Sugar Rush'' racing on Rainbow Road) cheating (having a Level 100 Lugia win Street Fighter by spamming Extrasensory), or just plain evil (kidnapping characters from the Arcade, potentially dooming them to being unplugged).[[WMG: The Tapper bar is the same bar Dominic works at in VideoGameConfessions...]]

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* But ''Hero's Duty'' is implied to, and appears to be, a brand new game, judging by the style and graphics. Games often get unplugged when they're deemed broken; if a game is broken, it gets thrown away. If the characters learn that their game is going to be unplugged, it could very well mean that Litwak thinks the game is broken and intends to throw it out.out.

[[WMG: All the female Nicelanders have a crush on Felix.]]
They probably still do despite the fact that [[spoiler:Felix is married.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
Using a handheld console and a charger cable plugged into the power bar...]]
It is possible for Ralph, [[spoiler:Turbo]], or any character in the arcade to game jump into a Game Boy/GBC/GBA/DS/3DS/PSP/Vita/Whatever game, and characters from those games to game jump into the arcade. This could have potential for crossover funtimes (the cast of ''Sugar Rush'' racing on Rainbow Road) cheating (having a Level 100 Lugia win Street Fighter by spamming Extrasensory), or just plain evil (kidnapping characters from the Arcade, potentially dooming them to being unplugged).unplugged).

[[WMG: The Tapper bar is the same bar Dominic works at in VideoGameConfessions...]]






That is, Mr. Litwak buys and collects arcade machines, especially ones that are old and rare. Perhaps the Fix-It Felix Jr. machine is one of his oldest machines and perhaps the oldest working copy.[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' will SpinOff from the movie]]

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That is, Mr. Litwak buys and collects arcade machines, especially ones that are old and rare. Perhaps the Fix-It Felix Jr. machine is one of his oldest machines and perhaps the oldest working copy.copy.

[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' will SpinOff from the movie]]



* I would love to see an animated series of Wreck-It Ralph where Ralph, Felix, Vanellope, and Calhoun end up lost and travel from game world to game world trying to get home. In the same idea as Sliders, or more closer, Reboot Season 3.[[WMG: Cy-Bug behavior is the result of an unintentional memory leak.]]
Memory leaks build up and up and up until they use up all the memory available. Often in doing so, they tend to take over and over-write memory. Usually by the time they become noticeable, the best/only way to get rid of them is to reset the computer.[[WMG: Surge Protector isn't a jerk, he's just doing his job.]]

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* I would love to see an animated series of Wreck-It Ralph where Ralph, Felix, Vanellope, and Calhoun end up lost and travel from game world to game world trying to get home. In the same idea as Sliders, or more closer, Reboot Season 3.3.

[[WMG: Cy-Bug behavior is the result of an unintentional memory leak.]]
Memory leaks build up and up and up until they use up all the memory available. Often in doing so, they tend to take over and over-write memory. Usually by the time they become noticeable, the best/only way to get rid of them is to reset the computer.computer.

[[WMG: Surge Protector isn't a jerk, he's just doing his job.]]






Why not? The main cast can be easily be adapted to a BeatEmUp game, ala from the olden days of the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' and ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime'' and among others. Ralph would be the obvious MightyGlacier with a hint of LightningBruiser, using his incredible, fast wrecking ability. Calhoun would be either JackOfAllStats or a LightningBruiser, being tall and easy to maneuver. Felix and Vanellope would be something in lines of FragileSpeedster.[[WMG: Vanellope is [[spoiler:President-For-Life]]]]

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Why not? The main cast can be easily be adapted to a BeatEmUp game, ala from the olden days of the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' and ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime'' and among others. Ralph would be the obvious MightyGlacier with a hint of LightningBruiser, using his incredible, fast wrecking ability. Calhoun would be either JackOfAllStats or a LightningBruiser, being tall and easy to maneuver. Felix and Vanellope would be something in lines of FragileSpeedster.FragileSpeedster.

[[WMG: Vanellope is [[spoiler:President-For-Life]]]]



* Well, there's the fact that it's a video game. Just look at every Mayor in every HarvestMoon game ever for how elected officials in video games generally are treated. Though really, you're not wrong, since [[spoiler:Vanellope only changed her title to President because she decided that she didn't want to be called Princess.]][[WMG: Calhoun is the real protagonist of her game]]

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* Well, there's the fact that it's a video game. Just look at every Mayor in every HarvestMoon game ever for how elected officials in video games generally are treated. Though really, you're not wrong, since [[spoiler:Vanellope only changed her title to President because she decided that she didn't want to be called Princess.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
Calhoun is the real protagonist of her game]]






* This old guy managed to do all that, without getting caught? He would have had to have broken in overnight to do that, and I can't imagine he would risk going to prison to hack one arcade unit, just to glorify a character from 20 years ago. Either "Bob" has no life... or he knows the secret lives of videogame characters and deliberately knew what he was getting into.[[WMG: Candlehead was a DubNameChange.]]
Compounded by a DubInducedPlotHole, no less -- when working on the English translation, some of the staff started jokingly calling her Candlehead, and found the nickname so amusing they made it official. However, her original name was retained, but accidentally attached to another racer: the green apple-themed racer, aka 'Minty Zaki'.[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' takes place within [[VideoGame/{{Earthbound}} Magicant]].]]

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* This old guy managed to do all that, without getting caught? He would have had to have broken in overnight to do that, and I can't imagine he would risk going to prison to hack one arcade unit, just to glorify a character from 20 years ago. Either "Bob" has no life... or he knows the secret lives of videogame characters and deliberately knew what he was getting into.into.

[[WMG: Candlehead was a DubNameChange.]]
Compounded by a DubInducedPlotHole, no less -- when working on the English translation, some of the staff started jokingly calling her Candlehead, and found the nickname so amusing they made it official. However, her original name was retained, but accidentally attached to another racer: the green apple-themed racer, aka 'Minty Zaki'.Zaki'.

[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' takes place within [[VideoGame/{{Earthbound}} Magicant]].]]



* Maybe it's what happens just past the edges of the CandyLand board.[[WMG: Vanellope's glitch abilities will be "nerfed"]]

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* Maybe it's what happens just past the edges of the CandyLand board.board.

[[WMG: Vanellope's glitch abilities will be "nerfed"]]






* Um, magic? I think AppliedPhlebotinum maybe the solution.[[WMG: The Sonic from ''SonicForHire'' is responsible for Turbo crashing ''RoadBlasters'']]

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* Um, magic? I think AppliedPhlebotinum maybe the solution.solution.

[[WMG: The Sonic from ''SonicForHire'' is responsible for Turbo crashing ''RoadBlasters'']]












** [[SugarAndIcePersonality Kuudere]] would be more accurate.[[WMG: Tobi-Komi also developed home consoles as well as arcade games.]]

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** [[SugarAndIcePersonality Kuudere]] would be more accurate.accurate.

[[WMG: Tobi-Komi also developed home consoles as well as arcade games.]]



...And the [[MemeticBadass L-block is the biggest, baddest mofo]] in the whole place![[WMG: The first videogames in this universe were programmed by {{Time Lord}}s.]]

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...And the [[MemeticBadass L-block is the biggest, baddest mofo]] in the whole place![[WMG: place!

[[WMG:
The first videogames in this universe were programmed by {{Time Lord}}s.]]



* How [[spoiler:the memories of ''Sugar Rush'' were really locked away]]: Sour Bill's ImagineSpot was inaccurate, what [[spoiler:King Candy]] actually locked [[spoiler:the subjects' memory]] in was a fob watch, opened when [[spoiler:Vanellope crossed the finish line.]][[WMG: Surge Protector is omnipresent inside the Game Central Station]]
He can feel what happens to the GCS, but he's blind until he takes a visible form.[[WMG: The reason why ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' has stayed free of errors for so long...]]

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* How [[spoiler:the memories of ''Sugar Rush'' were really locked away]]: Sour Bill's ImagineSpot was inaccurate, what [[spoiler:King Candy]] actually locked [[spoiler:the subjects' memory]] in was a fob watch, opened when [[spoiler:Vanellope crossed the finish line.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
Surge Protector is omnipresent inside the Game Central Station]]
He can feel what happens to the GCS, but he's blind until he takes a visible form.form.

[[WMG: The reason why ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' has stayed free of errors for so long...]]



* I don't really think his hammer can do that...[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' is actually a spin-off of a video game series called, ''Sugar Land'']]

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* I don't really think his hammer can do that...that...

[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' is actually a spin-off of a video game series called, ''Sugar Land'']]


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[[WMG: If there's a sequel, the Angry Birds will cameo.]]
Oh God, there's an arcade game??

[[WMG: If there is a sequel, the villain (or one of the villains) will be [[spoiler:the unknown person who Turbo shared the Konami Code with or vice versa.]]]]
[[spoiler:Look closely at the scene where Turbo opens the 'code chamber'; the code is scrawled on a napkin from Tapper's. You'd think if Turbo were the original discoverer of the secret, he'd never have written it down anywhere or needed to (it's not like the Konami Code is hard to memorize, and writing down the keys to this kind of power is ''beyond moronic'' if you never have any intention to share it!). No, the fact that the Konami Code was ''written down'' means that at some point someone was teaching it to someone else. So, [[ThePhantomMenace which one was Turbo -- the master, or the apprentice?]]]]
* It's possible that the answer is [[spoiler:[[TakeAThirdOption neither]]]]. [[spoiler:Turbo]] could have been in Tapper's and gotten it out of, or overhead it from, a character who'd had the Code used on their game, so he had to scribble it on the first thing at hand, the napkin. It's possible that the character didn't even know what the Code did, and [[spoiler:Turbo]] only realized its potential because he's old enough/was desperate enough to realize what the other character was talking about, even if the speaker didn't.
* On another note, it's possible that [[spoiler:Turbo hasn't been in the code room]] for some time, maybe even years, and if he's only used a handful of times, it's reasonable that he might have forgotten it. On a semi-related note, it seems ironic that the inside of an arcade game might be one of the few places where memes like the Konami Code do not propagate.
** Which makes sense, considering that it would function as a ''literal'' {{Gamebreaker}}: Even if it didn't have unintended side-effects, it would still allow anyone who had it to mess with the very fabric of reality in any given game-world. Since it also seems that you don't need any technical acumen to use it, something like the Konami Code would be guarded like a weapon of mass destruction![[WMG: In the sequel, the BigBad will be Waluigi]]
He's secretly been plotting to take over all video games and was in fact the one to [[spoiler:teach Turbo the Konami Code]]. Ralph, Felix, Vanellope, and Calhoun will have to team up once again to prevent every day from becoming [[Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily Waluigi Time.]]
* It could be worse. [[VideoGame/{{Earthbound}} Giygas]] [[MindRape could easily fuck with everybody's mind in the station.]] Don't be surprised when you see kids in therapy...
** Giygas isn't exactly an arcade character, though.

[[WMG: Possible games that Ralph and his friends will go to in the sequel.]]
* Here's a rundown of games that might appear.
** The original Fix-It Felix Arcade Game.
** An online RPG game in the vain of [[Main/EverQuest EverQuest]]
** A fighting game that is a cross between [[Franchise/StreetFighter Street Fighter]] and [[Franchise/MortalKombat Mortal Kombat]]
*** Doubt it, as both of those games made a cameo in the first movie.
** A [[Franchise/TheSims Sims]] styled Game.
*** If ''Extreme E-Z Livin' 2'' from the deleted scenes makes it in, it would fill this slot.
** A game that combines the style and gameplay of ''Franchise/{{Starfox}}'' and ''VideoGame/CrimsonSkies'', with a heavy dose of {{Dieselpunk}}.
[[WMG: Not only will the sequel involve the original Fix-It Felix, but also later games in the series.]]
If Fix-It Felix is analogous to Mario, then there would have been many more games featuring Felix and Ralph. The versions of Felix and Ralph from other games in the series would be their own characters and possibly come into conflict with the ones we know.

[[WMG: Missingno. will be the BigBad in the sequel.]]
* And he will look [[http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs40/f/2009/018/7/c/Wild_Missingno__Appeared_by_warupua.jpg like this]] to the other characters.
* He also has a natural shape-shifting ability.
* Alternativelly, Missingno. will appear, but as one of the heroes (any experienced R/B glitcher will tell you, Missingno. is actually relatively harmlesss and rather useful), 'M and the other glitches (who can actually crash the game) will play the villains.
* Or, Missingno could be the villain or BigBad, but he takes the form of a bird. His true form is a horrific Eldritch Abomination that drives people temporarily insane and enjoys toying with them and turning them on each other. He can also create clones. which would explain the multiple evil Ralphs.












* Might be also why Honey the Cat will show up in the re-release of ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters'' - after all [[spoiler:leaving a potential character out in the cold is ''no good'']].[[WMG: Games/Cameos/References to be in the next movie....]]

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* Might be also why Honey the Cat will show up in the re-release of ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters'' - after all [[spoiler:leaving a potential character out in the cold is ''no good'']].good'']].

[[WMG: Games/Cameos/References to be in the next movie....]]



[[WMG: If there's a sequel, the Angry Birds will cameo.]]
Oh God, there's an arcade game??



[[WMG: If there is a sequel, the villain (or one of the villains) will be [[spoiler:the unknown person who Turbo shared the Konami Code with or vice versa.]]]]
[[spoiler:Look closely at the scene where Turbo opens the 'code chamber'; the code is scrawled on a napkin from Tapper's. You'd think if Turbo were the original discoverer of the secret, he'd never have written it down anywhere or needed to (it's not like the Konami Code is hard to memorize, and writing down the keys to this kind of power is ''beyond moronic'' if you never have any intention to share it!). No, the fact that the Konami Code was ''written down'' means that at some point someone was teaching it to someone else. So, [[ThePhantomMenace which one was Turbo -- the master, or the apprentice?]]]]
* It's possible that the answer is [[spoiler:[[TakeAThirdOption neither]]]]. [[spoiler:Turbo]] could have been in Tapper's and gotten it out of, or overhead it from, a character who'd had the Code used on their game, so he had to scribble it on the first thing at hand, the napkin. It's possible that the character didn't even know what the Code did, and [[spoiler:Turbo]] only realized its potential because he's old enough/was desperate enough to realize what the other character was talking about, even if the speaker didn't.
* On another note, it's possible that [[spoiler:Turbo hasn't been in the code room]] for some time, maybe even years, and if he's only used a handful of times, it's reasonable that he might have forgotten it. On a semi-related note, it seems ironic that the inside of an arcade game might be one of the few places where memes like the Konami Code do not propagate.
** Which makes sense, considering that it would function as a ''literal'' {{Gamebreaker}}: Even if it didn't have unintended side-effects, it would still allow anyone who had it to mess with the very fabric of reality in any given game-world. Since it also seems that you don't need any technical acumen to use it, something like the Konami Code would be guarded like a weapon of mass destruction!



[[WMG: In the sequel, the BigBad will be Waluigi]]
He's secretly been plotting to take over all video games and was in fact the one to [[spoiler:teach Turbo the Konami Code]]. Ralph, Felix, Vanellope, and Calhoun will have to team up once again to prevent every day from becoming [[Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily Waluigi Time.]]
* It could be worse. [[VideoGame/{{Earthbound}} Giygas]] [[MindRape could easily fuck with everybody's mind in the station.]] Don't be surprised when you see kids in therapy...
** Giygas isn't exactly an arcade character, though.

[[WMG: Possible games that Ralph and his friends will go to in the sequel.]]
* Here's a rundown of games that might appear.
** The original Fix-It Felix Arcade Game.
** An online RPG game in the vain of [[Main/EverQuest EverQuest]]
** A fighting game that is a cross between [[Franchise/StreetFighter Street Fighter]] and [[Franchise/MortalKombat Mortal Kombat]]
*** Doubt it, as both of those games made a cameo in the first movie.
** A [[Franchise/TheSims Sims]] styled Game.
*** If ''Extreme E-Z Livin' 2'' from the deleted scenes makes it in, it would fill this slot.
** A game that combines the style and gameplay of ''Franchise/{{Starfox}}'' and ''VideoGame/CrimsonSkies'', with a heavy dose of {{Dieselpunk}}.

[[WMG: Not only will the sequel involve the original Fix-It Felix, but also later games in the series.]]
If Fix-It Felix is analogous to Mario, then there would have been many more games featuring Felix and Ralph. The versions of Felix and Ralph from other games in the series would be their own characters and possibly come into conflict with the ones we know.

[[WMG: Missingno. will be the BigBad in the sequel.]]
* And he will look [[http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs40/f/2009/018/7/c/Wild_Missingno__Appeared_by_warupua.jpg like this]] to the other characters.
* He also has a natural shape-shifting ability.
* Alternativelly, Missingno. will appear, but as one of the heroes (any experienced R/B glitcher will tell you, Missingno. is actually relatively harmlesss and rather useful), 'M and the other glitches (who can actually crash the game) will play the villains.
* Or, Missingno could be the villain or BigBad, but he takes the form of a bird. His true form is a horrific Eldritch Abomination that drives people temporarily insane and enjoys toying with them and turning them on each other. He can also create clones. which would explain the multiple evil Ralphs.



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[[/folder]]

[[folder: Pre-release guesses]]
[[WMG: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=symahn3t-34 This is Ralph's theme song]].]]
{{Jossed}} [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEdM4iL3hK8 This is]]

[[WMG: Ralph ends up winning against the villain, by taking advantage of the fact that the villain is operating as a ''video game villain'']]
The villain will be completely locked into following the conventions of video game villains. It will be from the so-called 'glitch' that Ralph will learn that you can break the rules of the game, and it will be because of Ralph breaking them and thus cheating that the villain will ultimately be defeated.
* Yes and no. [[spoiler:He doesn't really break the rules of the game, but takes advantage of a "unfinished level" to defeat the Big Bad.]]

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[[folder: Sequel predictions]]
[[WMG: Ralph will get a girlfriend]]
It's customary for every sequel to ship the main character. Why should Ralph be any exception?

[[WMG: Surge Protector will have a big role in the sequel.]]

[[WMG: There will be a crossover between ''Wreck-It Ralph'' and ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'']]
''Monsters Inc.'' had door-portals that led practically anywhere in the Universe. It wouldn't be too far-fetched to assume that they had at least ONE door that led into a video game within Litwak's arcade... which would essentially be a portal to the outside world, or at least, if the video game characters can't leave their world, for creatures from outside to visit in...

[[WMG: Ralph and his friends will be able to travel via [=WiFi=]]]
I mean, it could be sorta like traveling through power cords, am I right?
* That would be already a given. As seen there is a Grand Central Station having a Grand Central Airline (or whatever they would like to call it). Possibly a [[DistaffCounterpart female]] counterpart to the Surge Protector should be stewardess.

[[WMG: The sequel will be centered on online games...]]
...and [[LeeroyJenkins Leeroy]] [[Main/WorldOfWarcraft Jenkins]] will have a cameo.
* Actually pretty possible. Hypothetical plot: a revolutionary new video game comes out with some form of online capability. Every arcade that installs this new game basically provides a portal for characters from that arcade to go to any other arcade that has this game installed and connected. Naturally, Litwak's Arcade is among those that adopt the new game. The villain is a Ralph from a different arcade who, like our Ralph, is tired of being a bad guy treated like garbage but, unlike our Ralph, decides that the best way to fix all that is to take over the new game and, by proxy, all of the arcades it's connected to. At first, this Ralph will succeed, so it'll be up to our Ralph and co. to dive into the game and depose the tyrannical dictatorship Alt!Ralph has established and fix right what he has set wrong.
* Ralph and a few other characters will end up in a blatant ''World Of Warcraft'' analogue, and then they'll be showered with (grammatically incorrect) questions on how they got so much unique gear.

[[WMG: [[spoiler:Felix and Calhoun will have a son.]]]]
Who grows up to become Construct-It Conagher, aka [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 the Engineer]].
* Alas, it's [=TF2=] canon that Engy's dad is the Engineer from ''VideoGame/TeamFortressClassic''. Which is a shame since this makes ''far too much scary sense''.
** It could be that Felix got the TFC Engineer suit from Calhoun as a birthday gift. As for Radigan, Fix-It Felix Sr. might have gone Turbo and changed his name.
** I can't see Felix being a cigar-chomping hired killer, he's too nice. They've gotta be related, though.
*** Maybe some of Calhoun rubs off on him.
*** Or maybe he IS the classic engineer thus making him the engineer's father.

[[WMG: Alternatively, if [[VideoGame/TombRaider Lara]] ever shows up, she'll be Ralph's love interest.]]
Because...I dunno, why not?

[[WMG: Sequel prediction: Minty Sakura will either be RetGone or a CanonImmigrant.]]
* The former is more likely. [[CulturalTranslation Despite being Zaki's replacement in the Japanese version of the film]], she only appears in the Random Roster Race entry scene and the race itself. All other scenes have Zaki in place. And if they seriously RetGone her, [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter they would waste a wonderful characterization opportunity]].

[[WMG: Sequel prediction: AdaptationExpansion for the Sugar Rush cast]]

[[WMG: In the sequel, Ganondorf will be the BigBad, or at least a major villain.]]
* With the former possibility, Ganon could try to convince Ralph to embrace his villainous position. In the latter case, he'll do everything he can to ensure the plot is HijackedByGanon.
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[[folder: Meta]]
[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' was in DevelopmentHell because it was originally planned as an adaptation of ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'']]
The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon has always been known for adaptations of other material, and of video games, ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' is the best known. In addition, because Disney owns the rights to the [[Film/SuperMarioBros film adaptation]], Disney thought they still had the film rights to the franchise. However, Nintendo [[TitleDrop wrecked]] the idea at some point.
* Dang, that would have been incredible. An animated, true-to-the-source Mario adaption by Disney would have rocked!
* As much as I'd like to see a Disney Mario movie, I doubt it's the case. If they evidently have the rights to have Bowser appear, you'd think that they could do a Mario adaptation if they wanted to.
** Unless Nintendo specifically objected to the ''way'' their characters were being used. Someone may have felt that making you feel bad about beating up Donkey Kong is probably not a good way to sell new games starring the guy who beats up Donkey Kong.
*** Except that Nintendo's [[VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry already done that]], and most new Mario games aren't about beating up Donkey Kong anyway.
** As far as the If they have the rights to Bowser et al, why not Mario, it's because the license rights for Mario and Luigi was too high for the film's budget.
*** '''Untrue''' - WordOfGod is that the "too much for license rights" was a joke that got [[GodNeverSaidThat taken unintendedly seriously]] [[WordOfDante by the fanbase]].
*** Also, the film makers apparently did want to include Mario but worried that such a high profile character would be really really difficult to put into the movie because 1) people would want to see him do something significant, 2) the film makers would want him to do something significant (interact with Felix for instance) but to do so would mean a prolonged appearance that might diminish the overall quality of both film and appearance. The same source also notes that even with the existing characters, there were nitpicking among companies - Capcom, Sega, and Nintendo all wanted their characters to be big(ger) such that at one point, they ended up looking bigger than Ralph! The producers had to find a compromise to appease them. Nintendo also nitpicked over whether Bowser was holding his coffee correctly. On the flip side, some companies were so enthused about the film in general that they allowed the film to include extra characters for no additional licensing.

[[/folder]]
[[AC:Uncategorized]]

[[WMG: Viewtiful Joe will gain MediumAwareness]]
A movie that has a cameo where a game character that enters movies knowing full well that he is in a movie now knows he's actually part of a game just might be able to see that the events that occur in the plot are actually parts of a movie. [[CassandraTruth Of course no one believes him]].

[[WMG: Ralph's leaving will cause his future rendition of himself ceasing to exist in Wreck-It Ralph Jr., where Fix-It Felix will most likely Travel back 'in time' to the original Wreck-It Ralph machine to conquer the video game Multiverse, or at least his games]]
Think about it, the original plot of Donkey Kong was that Mario had a pet gorilla (DK) who he treated badly, so DK kidnapped Pauline/Lady so that he could protect her...but since Disney is known for making stories softer and less blatant, they concept some sort of storyline where Ralph was merely misunderstood with situations like tearing down his own home (and possibly squeezing in some sort of environmental impact).

Ralph leaving his own game causes himself to not exist in WiR Jr, assuming that the film takes place in the present, thus actually a bunch of Ralphs hailing from games that was produced in the 80's and 90's, Felix goes mad with power, possibly stealing knowledge from other video game characters as he goes, possibly having Wreck-It Ralph Jr as a henchman.

Ralph saves the day, becoming Fix-It Ralph in the progress, becoming friends with the original Felix, repairing whatever destruction the "Future" Felix had caused, and remembering that although he was once a villain, he should know that villains are characters too.
* Possibly jossed. At the moment it seems implied that these are characters in individual cabinets, kind of like Kidd Radd. Of course, this now requires you to figure out why an arcade Sonic game with a modern Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik design, or possibly an arcade game with Bowser.
* Well there's Mario Kart Arcade GP games, which I'm pretty sure feature Bowser as a playable character.
* I've seen a Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing arcade machine...
** In addition to the two Kart games mentioned above, Bowser also appears in Vs. Super Mario Bros. And that's not counting the console titles utilized by [=PlayChoice-10=] or the Nintendo Super System.

[[WMG: If there is a videogame of this movie made, it will have multiple endings.]]
Based on choices made, Ralph can either learn to love his old job, become a hero in ''Hero's Duty'', become an unusual sort of racer in ''Sugar Rush'', or several other possible endings, the end result either way being that Ralph finds his happiness.
* What about the [[BadEnding Bad Endings]]?
[[WMG: Creator/NorioWakamoto, Creator/KentaMiyake, and Creator/JunichiKanemaru will reprise their respective roles as [[StreetFighter M. Bison, Zangief]], and SonicTheHedgehog in the film's Japanese dub.]]
Since Gerald C. Rivers and Creator/RogerCraigSmith have done the same in the original English version, it's only matter of time before Wakamoto and Kanemaru return as Bison and Sonic in the Japanese version. As for Zangief, hopefully Disney will convince Anthony Landor to reprise his role, and Miyake will do the same.
* At least the Sonic part is confirmed


[[WMG: Inversions of "I can fix it" and "Fix-It Felix" will appear.]]
[[IKnewIt Calling it]] when Felix has a HeroicBSOD he will say "I can't fix it", and when Ralph fights the final boss, the by standing crowd will cheer "WRECK-IT RALPH!"
* A HeroicBSOD looks very possible for Felix, judging from the trailer. He does get thrown into a prison cell at some point and [[PowerIncontinence literally cannot break himself out]], and just before Ralph shows up to rescue him, [[BreakTheCutie Felix looks rather depressed]]. [[{{Tearjerker}} Expect tears to ensue]].
* Could also lead to a double team effort. The entire terrain, at last one map in ''Sugar Rush'', taken over by Cy-Bugs. Ralph can only wreck. Felix can only fix. Cue unison cries of "I'm gonna wreck it!"/"I can fix it!" with Ralph destroying the Cy-Bug infection and Felix fixing the ''Sugar Rush'' in his wake.

[[WMG: Ralph and Co. will become canon immigrants and become actual video game characters in real life.]]
After all, Ralph already makes an appearance in a Sonic Racer game. Not as a movie tie in but as a special character.

[[WMG: Q*Bert and Co will see a real life resurgence in popularity and start appearing in modern games, even [[FirstPersonShooter FPSs]].]]
Or as close to it as lawyers will allow. Q-Bert is currently owned by Columbia Tristar, a subsidiary of Sony.
* Sony makes games. Heck, if this film causes a resurgence in Q*Bert's popularity, he could become the mascot character for the Playstation 4![[note]]but probably not[[/note]]
* Confirmed. Q*Bert did indeed return in Q*Bert Rebooted.

[[WMG: Ralph will appear in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros 4'']]
It's only a matter of time. Maybe as EasterEgg of sorts...
* Does Sonic and All Stars Racing Transform do until then?

[[WMG: There ''will'' be a [[ActorAllusion Director Allusion]] for [[Creator.RichMoore Rich Moore]] at the Bad-Anon scene.]]
Most of us thought that only [[StreetFighter Zangief]] and [[PacMan Clyde]] would talk in that scene, but that was quickly proven wrong by later trailers in which [[MortalKombat Kano]] delivers a line ([[YouCantFightFate "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."]][[note]] (which is a fancy way of saying [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "I'm PROGRAMMED to rip people's hearts out myself".)]])[[/note]]. So probably the same will happen for everyone... except for [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser]] (and Mario fans [[SuperMarioSunshine sure as hell know why]]). How does a potentially-dialogue-heavy scene deal with this? Simply put: Bowser ''can'' talk, [[ButtMonkey but is constantly interrupted by the others]] (for example, he tries to say something but Eggman opens his mouth before he can). Now, where did this happen before? [[TheSimpsons Teenager Maggie in "Lisa's Wedding", anyone?]] [=-->=] theory by @/AlexSora89
* Actually, Bowser can be seen talking during the "bad guy affirmation" near the end of the Bad-Anon scene. You just can't hear him in the crowded speaking.
** Since you can't hear what he's even saying he could just be mumbling growls for all we know.

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[[folder: Pre-release guesses]]
[[WMG: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=symahn3t-34 This is Ralph's theme song]].]]
{{Jossed}} [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEdM4iL3hK8 This is]]

[[WMG: Ralph ends up winning against the villain, by taking advantage of the fact that the villain is operating as a ''video game villain'']]
The villain will be completely locked into following the conventions of video game villains. It will be from the so-called 'glitch' that Ralph will learn that you can break the rules of the game, and it will be because of Ralph breaking them and thus cheating that the villain will ultimately be defeated.
* Yes and no. [[spoiler:He doesn't really break the rules of the game, but takes advantage of a "unfinished level" to defeat the Big Bad.]]

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[[folder: Sequel predictions]]
[[WMG: Ralph will get a girlfriend]]
It's customary for every sequel to ship the main character. Why should Ralph be any exception?

[[WMG: Surge Protector will have a big role in the sequel.]]

[[WMG: There will be a crossover between ''Wreck-It Ralph'' and ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'']]
''Monsters Inc.'' had door-portals that led practically anywhere in the Universe. It wouldn't be too far-fetched to assume that they had at least ONE door that led into a video game within Litwak's arcade... which would essentially be a portal to the outside world, or at least, if the video game characters can't leave their world, for creatures from outside to visit in...

[[WMG: Ralph and his friends will be able to travel via [=WiFi=]]]
I mean, it could be sorta like traveling through power cords, am I right?
* That would be already a given. As seen there is a Grand Central Station having a Grand Central Airline (or whatever they would like to call it). Possibly a [[DistaffCounterpart female]] counterpart to the Surge Protector should be stewardess.

[[WMG: The sequel will be centered on online games...]]
...and [[LeeroyJenkins Leeroy]] [[Main/WorldOfWarcraft Jenkins]] will have a cameo.
* Actually pretty possible. Hypothetical plot: a revolutionary new video game comes out with some form of online capability. Every arcade that installs this new game basically provides a portal for characters from that arcade to go to any other arcade that has this game installed and connected. Naturally, Litwak's Arcade is among those that adopt the new game. The villain is a Ralph from a different arcade who, like our Ralph, is tired of being a bad guy treated like garbage but, unlike our Ralph, decides that the best way to fix all that is to take over the new game and, by proxy, all of the arcades it's connected to. At first, this Ralph will succeed, so it'll be up to our Ralph and co. to dive into the game and depose the tyrannical dictatorship Alt!Ralph has established and fix right what he has set wrong.
* Ralph and a few other characters will end up in a blatant ''World Of Warcraft'' analogue, and then they'll be showered with (grammatically incorrect) questions on how they got so much unique gear.

[[WMG: [[spoiler:Felix and Calhoun will have a son.]]]]
Who grows up to become Construct-It Conagher, aka [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 the Engineer]].
* Alas, it's [=TF2=] canon that Engy's dad is the Engineer from ''VideoGame/TeamFortressClassic''. Which is a shame since this makes ''far too much scary sense''.
** It could be that Felix got the TFC Engineer suit from Calhoun as a birthday gift. As for Radigan, Fix-It Felix Sr. might have gone Turbo and changed his name.
** I can't see Felix being a cigar-chomping hired killer, he's too nice. They've gotta be related, though.
*** Maybe some of Calhoun rubs off on him.
*** Or maybe he IS the classic engineer thus making him the engineer's father.

[[WMG: Alternatively, if [[VideoGame/TombRaider Lara]] ever shows up, she'll be Ralph's love interest.]]
Because...I dunno, why not?

[[WMG: Sequel prediction: Minty Sakura will either be RetGone or a CanonImmigrant.]]
* The former is more likely. [[CulturalTranslation Despite being Zaki's replacement in the Japanese version of the film]], she only appears in the Random Roster Race entry scene and the race itself. All other scenes have Zaki in place. And if they seriously RetGone her, [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter they would waste a wonderful characterization opportunity]].

[[WMG: Sequel prediction: AdaptationExpansion for the Sugar Rush cast]]

[[WMG: In the sequel, Ganondorf will be the BigBad, or at least a major villain.]]
* With the former possibility, Ganon could try to convince Ralph to embrace his villainous position. In the latter case, he'll do everything he can to ensure the plot is HijackedByGanon.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Meta]]
[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' was in DevelopmentHell because it was originally planned as an adaptation of ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'']]
The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon has always been known for adaptations of other material, and of video games, ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' is the best known. In addition, because Disney owns the rights to the [[Film/SuperMarioBros film adaptation]], Disney thought they still had the film rights to the franchise. However, Nintendo [[TitleDrop wrecked]] the idea at some point.
* Dang, that would have been incredible. An animated, true-to-the-source Mario adaption by Disney would have rocked!
* As much as I'd like to see a Disney Mario movie, I doubt it's the case. If they evidently have the rights to have Bowser appear, you'd think that they could do a Mario adaptation if they wanted to.
** Unless Nintendo specifically objected to the ''way'' their characters were being used. Someone may have felt that making you feel bad about beating up Donkey Kong is probably not a good way to sell new games starring the guy who beats up Donkey Kong.
*** Except that Nintendo's [[VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry already done that]], and most new Mario games aren't about beating up Donkey Kong anyway.
** As far as the If they have the rights to Bowser et al, why not Mario, it's because the license rights for Mario and Luigi was too high for the film's budget.
*** '''Untrue''' - WordOfGod is that the "too much for license rights" was a joke that got [[GodNeverSaidThat taken unintendedly seriously]] [[WordOfDante by the fanbase]].
*** Also, the film makers apparently did want to include Mario but worried that such a high profile character would be really really difficult to put into the movie because 1) people would want to see him do something significant, 2) the film makers would want him to do something significant (interact with Felix for instance) but to do so would mean a prolonged appearance that might diminish the overall quality of both film and appearance. The same source also notes that even with the existing characters, there were nitpicking among companies - Capcom, Sega, and Nintendo all wanted their characters to be big(ger) such that at one point, they ended up looking bigger than Ralph! The producers had to find a compromise to appease them. Nintendo also nitpicked over whether Bowser was holding his coffee correctly. On the flip side, some companies were so enthused about the film in general that they allowed the film to include extra characters for no additional licensing.

[[/folder]]
[[AC:Uncategorized]]

[[WMG: Viewtiful Joe will gain MediumAwareness]]
A movie that has a cameo where a game character that enters movies knowing full well that he is in a movie now knows he's actually part of a game just might be able to see that the events that occur in the plot are actually parts of a movie. [[CassandraTruth Of course no one believes him]].

[[WMG: Ralph's leaving will cause his future rendition of himself ceasing to exist in Wreck-It Ralph Jr., where Fix-It Felix will most likely Travel back 'in time' to the original Wreck-It Ralph machine to conquer the video game Multiverse, or at least his games]]
Think about it, the original plot of Donkey Kong was that Mario had a pet gorilla (DK) who he treated badly, so DK kidnapped Pauline/Lady so that he could protect her...but since Disney is known for making stories softer and less blatant, they concept some sort of storyline where Ralph was merely misunderstood with situations like tearing down his own home (and possibly squeezing in some sort of environmental impact).

Ralph leaving his own game causes himself to not exist in WiR Jr, assuming that the film takes place in the present, thus actually a bunch of Ralphs hailing from games that was produced in the 80's and 90's, Felix goes mad with power, possibly stealing knowledge from other video game characters as he goes, possibly having Wreck-It Ralph Jr as a henchman.

Ralph saves the day, becoming Fix-It Ralph in the progress, becoming friends with the original Felix, repairing whatever destruction the "Future" Felix had caused, and remembering that although he was once a villain, he should know that villains are characters too.
* Possibly jossed. At the moment it seems implied that these are characters in individual cabinets, kind of like Kidd Radd. Of course, this now requires you to figure out why an arcade Sonic game with a modern Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik design, or possibly an arcade game with Bowser.
* Well there's Mario Kart Arcade GP games, which I'm pretty sure feature Bowser as a playable character.
* I've seen a Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing arcade machine...
** In addition to the two Kart games mentioned above, Bowser also appears in Vs. Super Mario Bros. And that's not counting the console titles utilized by [=PlayChoice-10=] or the Nintendo Super System.

[[WMG: If there is a videogame of this movie made, it will have multiple endings.]]
Based on choices made, Ralph can either learn to love his old job, become a hero in ''Hero's Duty'', become an unusual sort of racer in ''Sugar Rush'', or several other possible endings, the end result either way being that Ralph finds his happiness.
* What about the [[BadEnding Bad Endings]]?
[[WMG: Creator/NorioWakamoto, Creator/KentaMiyake, and Creator/JunichiKanemaru will reprise their respective roles as [[StreetFighter M. Bison, Zangief]], and SonicTheHedgehog in the film's Japanese dub.]]
Since Gerald C. Rivers and Creator/RogerCraigSmith have done the same in the original English version, it's only matter of time before Wakamoto and Kanemaru return as Bison and Sonic in the Japanese version. As for Zangief, hopefully Disney will convince Anthony Landor to reprise his role, and Miyake will do the same.
* At least the Sonic part is confirmed


[[WMG: Inversions of "I can fix it" and "Fix-It Felix" will appear.]]
[[IKnewIt Calling it]] when Felix has a HeroicBSOD he will say "I can't fix it", and when Ralph fights the final boss, the by standing crowd will cheer "WRECK-IT RALPH!"
* A HeroicBSOD looks very possible for Felix, judging from the trailer. He does get thrown into a prison cell at some point and [[PowerIncontinence literally cannot break himself out]], and just before Ralph shows up to rescue him, [[BreakTheCutie Felix looks rather depressed]]. [[{{Tearjerker}} Expect tears to ensue]].
* Could also lead to a double team effort. The entire terrain, at last one map in ''Sugar Rush'', taken over by Cy-Bugs. Ralph can only wreck. Felix can only fix. Cue unison cries of "I'm gonna wreck it!"/"I can fix it!" with Ralph destroying the Cy-Bug infection and Felix fixing the ''Sugar Rush'' in his wake.

[[WMG: Ralph and Co. will become canon immigrants and become actual video game characters in real life.]]
After all, Ralph already makes an appearance in a Sonic Racer game. Not as a movie tie in but as a special character.

[[WMG: Q*Bert and Co will see a real life resurgence in popularity and start appearing in modern games, even [[FirstPersonShooter FPSs]].]]
Or as close to it as lawyers will allow. Q-Bert is currently owned by Columbia Tristar, a subsidiary of Sony.
* Sony makes games. Heck, if this film causes a resurgence in Q*Bert's popularity, he could become the mascot character for the Playstation 4![[note]]but probably not[[/note]]
* Confirmed. Q*Bert did indeed return in Q*Bert Rebooted.

[[WMG: Ralph will appear in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros 4'']]
It's only a matter of time. Maybe as EasterEgg of sorts...
* Does Sonic and All Stars Racing Transform do until then?

[[WMG: There ''will'' be a [[ActorAllusion Director Allusion]] for [[Creator.RichMoore Rich Moore]] at the Bad-Anon scene.]]
Most of us thought that only [[StreetFighter Zangief]] and [[PacMan Clyde]] would talk in that scene, but that was quickly proven wrong by later trailers in which [[MortalKombat Kano]] delivers a line ([[YouCantFightFate "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."]][[note]] (which is a fancy way of saying [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "I'm PROGRAMMED to rip people's hearts out myself".)]])[[/note]]. So probably the same will happen for everyone... except for [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser]] (and Mario fans [[SuperMarioSunshine sure as hell know why]]). How does a potentially-dialogue-heavy scene deal with this? Simply put: Bowser ''can'' talk, [[ButtMonkey but is constantly interrupted by the others]] (for example, he tries to say something but Eggman opens his mouth before he can). Now, where did this happen before? [[TheSimpsons Teenager Maggie in "Lisa's Wedding", anyone?]] [=-->=] theory by @/AlexSora89
* Actually, Bowser can be seen talking during the "bad guy affirmation" near the end of the Bad-Anon scene. You just can't hear him in the crowded speaking.
** Since you can't hear what he's even saying he could just be mumbling growls for all we know.







[[WMG: Wreck-It Ralph showing up in ''Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed'' is because of his antics [[spoiler:and heroics.]]]]
Let's face it - Sonic's always one to buck trends and follow his heart. He told [[VideoGame/SonicAndTheBlackKnight Merlina]] that he didn't care if he had to play the bad guy and he's told Eggman that [[VideoGame/SonicColors no sort of copyright law was going to stop him.]] Despite everything that happened, what better way to reward a man [[spoiler:that saved three video game worlds and so many more]] by giving him a spot in a new game?
* Might be also why Honey the Cat will show up in the re-release of ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters'' - after all [[spoiler:leaving a potential character out in the cold is ''no good'']].

[[WMG: If there's a sequel, the Angry Birds will cameo.]]
Oh God, there's an arcade game??



[[spoiler:As soon as Turbo saw the "Out of Order" sign on Roadblasters, he sped-on out to Game Center Station where he hit Tapper, and knock out a Foot Soldier from the TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Arcade game for a costume but kept himself to Game Center Station. He kept a watch on any new possible game including his own game -- but mostly he just saw new non-Racing games -- until 1997, when ''Sugar Rush'' come in. He was annoyed by Princess Vanellope von Schweetz and wanted her out of her way. So he using his Foot Solider costume, he knocked out a few people for a disguise -- and took the name of Carol Candy, and enter ''Sugar Rush'' game. Princess Vanellope started to get a crush on the new arrival and Turbo/Mr. Candy used it to his full advantage. By the end of the 1997, via hints from the Princess, Turbo/Mr. Candy was able to find the code box for ''Sugar Rush'' and the code need to unlock the game -- allowing him to become King Candy and reprogrammed the memories of the other racer and make them think Vanellope von Schweetz is a Glitch.]]

[[WMG: Calhoun, Felix, Ralph, and Vanellope will be unlockable characters in sequels to the games they visited]]
My idea works like this: although they will die for good if they die in a game that doesn't recognize them, they still left fragments of their code in the games they visited. [[spoiler:As King Candy!Turbo had hacked ''Sugar Rush'' to recognize him, it was his transformation into a Cy-Bug that did him in: ''Sugar Rush'' no longer recognized him]]. Now suppose a game is pulled for some kind of minor maintenance, and the programmer finds these code fragments. Rather than deleting what seems like dead code, he or she expands it. Possible ideas:
* Ralph: Can level uneven terrain to overcome barriers in ''Sugar Rush II''. Is the climber character in ''Hero's Duty II''.
* Felix: Repairs broken track in ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Calhoun: Only unlockable on the Sour Patch difficulty level of ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Vanellope: Will use her glitching to cause pieces of buildings to disintegrate in ''Hero's Duty II''.

[[WMG: [[Film/TronLegacy Encom]] owns Tobikomi.]]

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[[spoiler:As soon as Turbo saw the "Out of Order" sign on Roadblasters, he sped-on out to Game Center Station where he hit Tapper, and knock out a Foot Soldier from the TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Arcade game for a costume but kept himself to Game Center Station. He kept a watch on any new possible game including his own game -- but mostly he just saw new non-Racing games -- until 1997, when ''Sugar Rush'' come in. He was annoyed by Princess Vanellope von Schweetz and wanted her out of her way. So he using his Foot Solider costume, he knocked out a few people for a disguise -- and took the name of Carol Candy, and enter ''Sugar Rush'' game. Princess Vanellope started to get a crush on the new arrival and Turbo/Mr. Candy used it to his full advantage. By the end of the 1997, via hints from the Princess, Turbo/Mr. Candy was able to find the code box for ''Sugar Rush'' and the code need to unlock the game -- allowing him to become King Candy and reprogrammed the memories of the other racer and make them think Vanellope von Schweetz is a Glitch.]]

[[WMG: Calhoun, Felix, Ralph, and Vanellope will be unlockable characters in sequels to the games they visited]]
My idea works like this: although they will die for good if they die in a game that doesn't recognize them, they still left fragments of their code in the games they visited. [[spoiler:As King Candy!Turbo had hacked ''Sugar Rush'' to recognize him, it was his transformation into a Cy-Bug that did him in: ''Sugar Rush'' no longer recognized him]]. Now suppose a game is pulled for some kind of minor maintenance, and the programmer finds these code fragments. Rather than deleting what seems like dead code, he or she expands it. Possible ideas:
* Ralph: Can level uneven terrain to overcome barriers in ''Sugar Rush II''. Is the climber character in ''Hero's Duty II''.
* Felix: Repairs broken track in ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Calhoun: Only unlockable on the Sour Patch difficulty level of ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Vanellope: Will use her glitching to cause pieces of buildings to disintegrate in ''Hero's Duty II''.

[[WMG:
]][[WMG: [[Film/TronLegacy Encom]] owns Tobikomi.]]



* Correction: faster. If it were slower, there'd be ''less'' time in Game Central and the consoles for things to get set up after hours than if time just went at the same rate as in the real world (as in, 8 hours could pass in the real world and only ''one'' in [=GCS=] time, not nearly enough for the consoles to clean themselves up).

[[WMG: If there is a sequel, the villain (or one of the villains) will be [[spoiler:the unknown person who Turbo shared the Konami Code with or vice versa.]]]]
[[spoiler:Look closely at the scene where Turbo opens the 'code chamber'; the code is scrawled on a napkin from Tapper's. You'd think if Turbo were the original discoverer of the secret, he'd never have written it down anywhere or needed to (it's not like the Konami Code is hard to memorize, and writing down the keys to this kind of power is ''beyond moronic'' if you never have any intention to share it!). No, the fact that the Konami Code was ''written down'' means that at some point someone was teaching it to someone else. So, [[ThePhantomMenace which one was Turbo -- the master, or the apprentice?]]]]
* It's possible that the answer is [[spoiler:[[TakeAThirdOption neither]]]]. [[spoiler:Turbo]] could have been in Tapper's and gotten it out of, or overhead it from, a character who'd had the Code used on their game, so he had to scribble it on the first thing at hand, the napkin. It's possible that the character didn't even know what the Code did, and [[spoiler:Turbo]] only realized its potential because he's old enough/was desperate enough to realize what the other character was talking about, even if the speaker didn't.
* On another note, it's possible that [[spoiler:Turbo hasn't been in the code room]] for some time, maybe even years, and if he's only used a handful of times, it's reasonable that he might have forgotten it. On a semi-related note, it seems ironic that the inside of an arcade game might be one of the few places where memes like the Konami Code do not propagate.
** Which makes sense, considering that it would function as a ''literal'' {{Gamebreaker}}: Even if it didn't have unintended side-effects, it would still allow anyone who had it to mess with the very fabric of reality in any given game-world. Since it also seems that you don't need any technical acumen to use it, something like the Konami Code would be guarded like a weapon of mass destruction!

[[WMG: Diet Cola/Mentos Mountain was recoded [[spoiler:just like Vanellope]].]]

to:

* Correction: faster. If it were slower, there'd be ''less'' time in Game Central and the consoles for things to get set up after hours than if time just went at the same rate as in the real world (as in, 8 hours could pass in the real world and only ''one'' in [=GCS=] time, not nearly enough for the consoles to clean themselves up).

[[WMG: If there is a sequel, the villain (or one of the villains) will be [[spoiler:the unknown person who Turbo shared the Konami Code with or vice versa.]]]]
[[spoiler:Look closely at the scene where Turbo opens the 'code chamber'; the code is scrawled on a napkin from Tapper's. You'd think if Turbo were the original discoverer of the secret, he'd never have written it down anywhere or needed to (it's not like the Konami Code is hard to memorize, and writing down the keys to this kind of power is ''beyond moronic'' if you never have any intention to share it!). No, the fact that the Konami Code was ''written down'' means that at some point someone was teaching it to someone else. So, [[ThePhantomMenace which one was Turbo -- the master, or the apprentice?]]]]
* It's possible that the answer is [[spoiler:[[TakeAThirdOption neither]]]]. [[spoiler:Turbo]] could have been in Tapper's and gotten it out of, or overhead it from, a character who'd had the Code used on their game, so he had to scribble it on the first thing at hand, the napkin. It's possible that the character didn't even know what the Code did, and [[spoiler:Turbo]] only realized its potential because he's old enough/was desperate enough to realize what the other character was talking about, even if the speaker didn't.
* On another note, it's possible that [[spoiler:Turbo hasn't been in the code room]] for some time, maybe even years, and if he's only used a handful of times, it's reasonable that he might have forgotten it. On a semi-related note, it seems ironic that the inside of an arcade game might be one of the few places where memes like the Konami Code do not propagate.
** Which makes sense, considering that it would function as a ''literal'' {{Gamebreaker}}: Even if it didn't have unintended side-effects, it would still allow anyone who had it to mess with the very fabric of reality in any given game-world. Since it also seems that you don't need any technical acumen to use it, something like the Konami Code would be guarded like a weapon of mass destruction!

up).[[WMG: Diet Cola/Mentos Mountain was recoded [[spoiler:just like Vanellope]].]]



** Except if [[spoiler: Turbo recoded Mentos Mountain himself, then why did he never think to look there when he was hunting for Vanellope?]]

[[WMG: Games/Cameos/References to be in the next movie....]]
[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZBSTUBCpWo As stated in this interview with director: Rich Moore has plans for a sequel.]] The question would be what game would be apart of the sequel? It's obvious since the movie was a success Nintendo may want to put more of there characters in there movie so...

'''Nintendo''':
* Franchise/SuperMarioBros: Mario and Luigi will finally have a cameo, albeit the one that was missing the first movie. In the sequel, they would have a bigger role since it focuses on console gaming.
** VideoGame/WarioLand: Wario will be a front person for heroic bad guys. Founding the inverse of the support group that appeared in the first movie.
* Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda: Just for RuleOfCool (and to see Ganondorf in Badanon)
* VideoGame/SuperSmashBros: Wouldn't that just be great to see Ralph as a trophy or Master Hand making an appearance somewhere?
* VideoGame/StarFox: Maybe Fox and Falco could be in Tapper? Peppy helping Ralph and the crew?
* VideoGame/{{F-Zero}}: It will be a missed opportunity if Captain Falcon doesn't appear in Sugar Rush or somewhere.
* Franchise/{{Kirby}}: King Dee Dee appearance anyone?
* VideoGame/PunchOut: [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Originally, Glass Joe was going to appear in Tapper.]] The sequel should have a reference.
* VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}: [[MindScrew Giygas]]. That's all.
* [[VideoGame/KidIcarus Kid]] [[VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising Icarus]]: The banter in Uprsing will fit the tone of this movie's style.
* VideoGame/WarioWare: 9-Volt, Mona, or Ashley would be nice.
* VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}: Olimar and the Pikmin should appear somewhere.
* VideoGame/{{Metroid}}: Although, Samus could still appear if she doesn't Ridley would well.
* Franchise/FireEmblem: If no cameos from a specific game, I guess the generic enemies of the series could appear.
* Franchise/ProfessorLayton: Don't tell me it wouldn't be awesome to see the Professor cracking a case in the background.
* Franchise/SpyroTheDragon: Classic Spyro's attitude would definitely fit the world.

'''Sega:'''

* VideoGame/NiGHTSIntoDreams: Since that and Sonic are both creations of Yuji Naka I wouldn't be surprised if NiGHTS's there or some kind of reference.
* [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Project DIVA]]: There is an arcade version ([[NoExportForYou in Japan at least]]) And there were some cameos of characters not from VideoGames (like the [[Disney/MeetTheRobinsons The T. Rex]] and Music/{{Skrillex}}).
* Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog.
* VideoGame/PhantasyStarOnline: If the sequel deals with MMO's and online gaming this should be a no-brainer.
* VideoGame/StreetsOfRage: If Final Fight makes an appearance, I don't see why not.
* VideoGame/GoldenAxe: Death Adder making appearance?
* VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}: Makes sense, right?
* VideoGame/CrazyTaxi: Surprised that this game didn't appear at least.
* VideoGame/EccoTheDolphin: Would probably be limited to a background appearance, unless someone got lost in a game with a sea or beach-themed level.

'''Konami:'''
* Franchise/MetalGear: When you can have [[MortalKombat Kano]] appear in this movie and Snake appear in [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl]] any game in the Ms is fair game, licensing aside
* VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution (the 2013 game) as well as other BEMANI titles.
* The TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles arcade game.
* VideoGame/{{Gradius}} or VideoGame/{{Otomedius}}.

'''Sony''': Though I'm not sure if there are any arcade games in the listed franchises.
* Franchise/SlyCooper,
* Franchise/JakAndDaxter,
* Franchise/RatchetAndClank.

'''Namco''':
* VideoGame/{{Tekken}}: Surprising there was no reference in the last movie, maybe in this one.
* VideoGame/TimeCrisis: VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead got in for light-guns, this should as well.
* [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soulcaliber/Edge]].

'''Capcom''':
* VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3: Disney does own Marvel now.
* Franchise/ResidentEvil: Nemesis or Wesker would do fine.
* VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe: Honestly, he would fit. BreakingTheFourthWall and acknowledging it's a movie should do fine.
* VideoGame/MegamanLegends: Tron Bonne and the Servbots, should make an appearance.
* VideoGame/DuckTales and VideoGame/ChipNDaleRescueRangers: RuleOfCool and Rule of MythologyGag.
** If this happens, there will be some reference to Launchpad's DarkHorseVictory as Greatest Video Game Sidekick of All Time.
* VideoGame/FinalFight: More BeatEmUps are needed.

'''WB Games/Midway/Netherealms''':
* VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}: Maxwell summoning stuff from his notepad, eh?
* VideoGame/MortalKombat's return.
* Doubtful, but maybe a minor reference to the [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum Arkham]] [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity series]]? Or, maybe VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs?
** Maybe the characters themselves won't appear, but the villain of the sequel will steal some of Scarecrow's fear gas and spray one of the heroes with it to slow them down. Probably Calhoun, given her {{Dark And Troubled|Past}} backstory. She'll go wild trying to kill imaginary Cy-Bugs, and the others will be dodging and trying to calm her down.

'''Valve''':
* ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' and ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'': [[UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} Valve and the internet go hand in hand.]] Plus it would lampshade episode 3' DevelopmentHell
* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': [[RuleOfFunny same reason as]] VideoGame/BlazBlue [[AllBlueEntry below]]. Ralph has appeared alongside Pyro, Heavy and Spy in the PC version of ''Sonic and All Stars Racing Transform''. "It is good day to be [[BigFun giant men]]!"
* [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} Portal and Portal 2]]: [[GLaDOS GLaDOS]] did get a reference in the first movie.
* Being one of the most well-known videogame icons, Gabe Newell himself. He isn't new to making cameo appearances.

'''Square Enix''':
* VideoGame/KingdomHearts: Surprised no one mentioned it. Though the big problem is how do you make a crossover of ''two'' [[MassiveMultiplayerCrossover Massive Multiplayer Crossovers]]?

'''Id Software''':
* {{VideoGame/Doom}}: If Doomguy doesn't appear, at least the BFG 9000 should.
* {{Quake}}: Goes well with VideoGame/TeamFortress2.

'''Other''':
* VideoGame/DukeNukem: "I waited thirteen years. It wasn't worth it."
* VideoGame/BlazBlue: Cause it will be [[RuleOfFunny ridiculous]]
* VideoGame/{{Touhou}}: Maybe as a GeekBonus?
* VideoGame/TombRaider: Lara Croft, as a kind of BrickJoke.
* VideoGame/SeriousSam: Same reason as VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe. Also it would absolutely hilarious to have a [[MascotMook Headless Kamikaze]] at the Bad-Anon meeting, talking about his life in an oddly intellectual way (much like in the BFE trailers) despite, y'know, lacking a head.
* VideoGame/PokerNightAtTheInventory: If the ''[[{{Bowdlerise}} unBowdlerised]]'' Tapper managed to make it in, why not this? The Inventory is a place where videogame characters hang out in their free time after all.
* VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3: [[BearsAreBadNews The war bear.]] For viewers who aren't familiar with the game, it would be a [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment completely random cameo]]
** Random graffiti of several of [[VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberium Nod's]] slogans like "Kane lives in death!" or "Peace through power!" on the walls. That or Kane actually being a very nice guy (he did gave Havoc his autograph).
* I can totally see Sora from Kingdom hearts appearing. (Actually more likely a Wreck-It Ralph world in Kingdom Hearts) but "Nemesis would do fine!?" You are aware this is a "kids movie" from "DISNEY" right? Why not throw in realistic rotting Zombies and Lisa Trevor for good measure?
* What? No love for [[Creator/SNKPlaymore SNK]] stuff? Needs moar KOF stuff, please!
* Needs more ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}''.
* [[BlinxtheTimeSweeper Blinx the Time Sweeper]]: If someone died outside of their game, he could use a Rewind Time Crystal to revive them.

[[WMG: King Candy is an actual character in ''Sugar Rush''.]]

to:

** Except if [[spoiler: Turbo recoded Mentos Mountain himself, then why did he never think to look there when he was hunting for Vanellope?]]

[[WMG: Games/Cameos/References to be in the next movie....]]
[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZBSTUBCpWo As stated in this interview with director: Rich Moore has plans for a sequel.]] The question would be what game would be apart of the sequel? It's obvious since the movie was a success Nintendo may want to put more of there characters in there movie so...

'''Nintendo''':
* Franchise/SuperMarioBros: Mario and Luigi will finally have a cameo, albeit the one that was missing the first movie. In the sequel, they would have a bigger role since it focuses on console gaming.
** VideoGame/WarioLand: Wario will be a front person for heroic bad guys. Founding the inverse of the support group that appeared in the first movie.
* Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda: Just for RuleOfCool (and to see Ganondorf in Badanon)
* VideoGame/SuperSmashBros: Wouldn't that just be great to see Ralph as a trophy or Master Hand making an appearance somewhere?
* VideoGame/StarFox: Maybe Fox and Falco could be in Tapper? Peppy helping Ralph and the crew?
* VideoGame/{{F-Zero}}: It will be a missed opportunity if Captain Falcon doesn't appear in Sugar Rush or somewhere.
* Franchise/{{Kirby}}: King Dee Dee appearance anyone?
* VideoGame/PunchOut: [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Originally, Glass Joe was going to appear in Tapper.]] The sequel should have a reference.
* VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}: [[MindScrew Giygas]]. That's all.
* [[VideoGame/KidIcarus Kid]] [[VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising Icarus]]: The banter in Uprsing will fit the tone of this movie's style.
* VideoGame/WarioWare: 9-Volt, Mona, or Ashley would be nice.
* VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}: Olimar and the Pikmin should appear somewhere.
* VideoGame/{{Metroid}}: Although, Samus could still appear if she doesn't Ridley would well.
* Franchise/FireEmblem: If no cameos from a specific game, I guess the generic enemies of the series could appear.
* Franchise/ProfessorLayton: Don't tell me it wouldn't be awesome to see the Professor cracking a case in the background.
* Franchise/SpyroTheDragon: Classic Spyro's attitude would definitely fit the world.

'''Sega:'''

* VideoGame/NiGHTSIntoDreams: Since that and Sonic are both creations of Yuji Naka I wouldn't be surprised if NiGHTS's there or some kind of reference.
* [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Project DIVA]]: There is an arcade version ([[NoExportForYou in Japan at least]]) And there were some cameos of characters not from VideoGames (like the [[Disney/MeetTheRobinsons The T. Rex]] and Music/{{Skrillex}}).
* Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog.
* VideoGame/PhantasyStarOnline: If the sequel deals with MMO's and online gaming this should be a no-brainer.
* VideoGame/StreetsOfRage: If Final Fight makes an appearance, I don't see why not.
* VideoGame/GoldenAxe: Death Adder making appearance?
* VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}: Makes sense, right?
* VideoGame/CrazyTaxi: Surprised that this game didn't appear at least.
* VideoGame/EccoTheDolphin: Would probably be limited to a background appearance, unless someone got lost in a game with a sea or beach-themed level.

'''Konami:'''
* Franchise/MetalGear: When you can have [[MortalKombat Kano]] appear in this movie and Snake appear in [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl]] any game in the Ms is fair game, licensing aside
* VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution (the 2013 game) as well as other BEMANI titles.
* The TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles arcade game.
* VideoGame/{{Gradius}} or VideoGame/{{Otomedius}}.

'''Sony''': Though I'm not sure if there are any arcade games in the listed franchises.
* Franchise/SlyCooper,
* Franchise/JakAndDaxter,
* Franchise/RatchetAndClank.

'''Namco''':
* VideoGame/{{Tekken}}: Surprising there was no reference in the last movie, maybe in this one.
* VideoGame/TimeCrisis: VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead got in for light-guns, this should as well.
* [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soulcaliber/Edge]].

'''Capcom''':
* VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3: Disney does own Marvel now.
* Franchise/ResidentEvil: Nemesis or Wesker would do fine.
* VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe: Honestly, he would fit. BreakingTheFourthWall and acknowledging it's a movie should do fine.
* VideoGame/MegamanLegends: Tron Bonne and the Servbots, should make an appearance.
* VideoGame/DuckTales and VideoGame/ChipNDaleRescueRangers: RuleOfCool and Rule of MythologyGag.
** If this happens, there will be some reference to Launchpad's DarkHorseVictory as Greatest Video Game Sidekick of All Time.
* VideoGame/FinalFight: More BeatEmUps are needed.

'''WB Games/Midway/Netherealms''':
* VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}: Maxwell summoning stuff from his notepad, eh?
* VideoGame/MortalKombat's return.
* Doubtful, but maybe a minor reference to the [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum Arkham]] [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity series]]? Or, maybe VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs?
** Maybe the characters themselves won't appear, but the villain of the sequel will steal some of Scarecrow's fear gas and spray one of the heroes with it to slow them down. Probably Calhoun, given her {{Dark And Troubled|Past}} backstory. She'll go wild trying to kill imaginary Cy-Bugs, and the others will be dodging and trying to calm her down.

'''Valve''':
* ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' and ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'': [[UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} Valve and the internet go hand in hand.]] Plus it would lampshade episode 3' DevelopmentHell
* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': [[RuleOfFunny same reason as]] VideoGame/BlazBlue [[AllBlueEntry below]]. Ralph has appeared alongside Pyro, Heavy and Spy in the PC version of ''Sonic and All Stars Racing Transform''. "It is good day to be [[BigFun giant men]]!"
* [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} Portal and Portal 2]]: [[GLaDOS GLaDOS]] did get a reference in the first movie.
* Being one of the most well-known videogame icons, Gabe Newell himself. He isn't new to making cameo appearances.

'''Square Enix''':
* VideoGame/KingdomHearts: Surprised no one mentioned it. Though the big problem is how do you make a crossover of ''two'' [[MassiveMultiplayerCrossover Massive Multiplayer Crossovers]]?

'''Id Software''':
* {{VideoGame/Doom}}: If Doomguy doesn't appear, at least the BFG 9000 should.
* {{Quake}}: Goes well with VideoGame/TeamFortress2.

'''Other''':
* VideoGame/DukeNukem: "I waited thirteen years. It wasn't worth it."
* VideoGame/BlazBlue: Cause it will be [[RuleOfFunny ridiculous]]
* VideoGame/{{Touhou}}: Maybe as a GeekBonus?
* VideoGame/TombRaider: Lara Croft, as a kind of BrickJoke.
* VideoGame/SeriousSam: Same reason as VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe. Also it would absolutely hilarious to have a [[MascotMook Headless Kamikaze]] at the Bad-Anon meeting, talking about his life in an oddly intellectual way (much like in the BFE trailers) despite, y'know, lacking a head.
* VideoGame/PokerNightAtTheInventory: If the ''[[{{Bowdlerise}} unBowdlerised]]'' Tapper managed to make it in, why not this? The Inventory is a place where videogame characters hang out in their free time after all.
* VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3: [[BearsAreBadNews The war bear.]] For viewers who aren't familiar with the game, it would be a [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment completely random cameo]]
** Random graffiti of several of [[VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberium Nod's]] slogans like "Kane lives in death!" or "Peace through power!" on the walls. That or Kane actually being a very nice guy (he did gave Havoc his autograph).
* I can totally see Sora from Kingdom hearts appearing. (Actually more likely a Wreck-It Ralph world in Kingdom Hearts) but "Nemesis would do fine!?" You are aware this is a "kids movie" from "DISNEY" right? Why not throw in realistic rotting Zombies and Lisa Trevor for good measure?
* What? No love for [[Creator/SNKPlaymore SNK]] stuff? Needs moar KOF stuff, please!
* Needs more ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}''.
* [[BlinxtheTimeSweeper Blinx the Time Sweeper]]: If someone died outside of their game, he could use a Rewind Time Crystal to revive them.

[[WMG:
Vanellope?]][[WMG: King Candy is an actual character in ''Sugar Rush''.]]



However, characters who are DummiedOut in an arcade game aren't like the regular characters. Characters who are DummiedOut in the WreckItRalph universe simply exist as skins that are only in the coding and cannot exist as characters in the game unless [[spoiler:another character does what Turbo did and uses the skin to plug him- or herself into the game. So in theory, any DummiedOut character can be brought as playable into a game by a different character, even one from a different game]].

[[WMG: In Mr. Litwak's world, Capcom went a different way with their ".VS." series starting at or near the end of the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube era to a few years after the launch of the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}.]]

to:

However, characters who are DummiedOut in an arcade game aren't like the regular characters. Characters who are DummiedOut in the WreckItRalph universe simply exist as skins that are only in the coding and cannot exist as characters in the game unless [[spoiler:another character does what Turbo did and uses the skin to plug him- or herself into the game. So in theory, any DummiedOut character can be brought as playable into a game by a different character, even one from a different game]].

game]].[[WMG: In Mr. Litwak's world, Capcom went a different way with their ".VS." series starting at or near the end of the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube era to a few years after the launch of the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}.]]



* Nintendo Vs Capcom -- About four years after the Wii's launch. Only for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} and the arcade. Justifying [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser's modern look.]]

[[WMG: Sgt. Calhoun's backstory groom was already named Calhoun]]
Specifically, [[spoiler:Barney Calhoun because he was Put On A Bus after ''Half-Life 2'' Episode 1]]
* Jossed, her fiance, Brad, had brown hair and a LanternJawOfJustice. Maybe Barney is his brother?
** His name's Brad Scott, so unless someone changed their name...

[[WMG: In the sequel, Fix-It Felix Sr. will be played by]]
* [[Series/ThirtyRock Alec Baldwin]]
* Creator/RonHoward would be a better choice in this troper's opinion. [[http://thatsitmommy.com/2012/11/wreck-it-ralph-junket-qa-director-rich-moore/ Rich Moore himself even claimed that he would like to have him voice the character.]]
* Creator/AdamWest. His voice conveys a sense of grim determination that Junior struggles to live up to, and he's done similar cameos in Disney films of the past decade.

[[WMG: Ralph has Developmental coordination disorder.]]

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* Nintendo Vs Capcom -- About four years after the Wii's launch. Only for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} and the arcade. Justifying [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser's modern look.]]

[[WMG: Sgt. Calhoun's backstory groom was already named Calhoun]]
Specifically, [[spoiler:Barney Calhoun because he was Put On A Bus after ''Half-Life 2'' Episode 1]]
* Jossed, her fiance, Brad, had brown hair and a LanternJawOfJustice. Maybe Barney is his brother?
** His name's Brad Scott, so unless someone changed their name...

[[WMG: In the sequel, Fix-It Felix Sr. will be played by]]
* [[Series/ThirtyRock Alec Baldwin]]
* Creator/RonHoward would be a better choice in this troper's opinion. [[http://thatsitmommy.com/2012/11/wreck-it-ralph-junket-qa-director-rich-moore/ Rich Moore himself even claimed that he would like to have him voice the character.]]
* Creator/AdamWest. His voice conveys a sense of grim determination that Junior struggles to live up to, and he's done similar cameos in Disney films of the past decade.

[[WMG:
]][[WMG: Ralph has Developmental coordination disorder.]]




[[WMG: MadWritter's guess for ''Wreck-It Ralph'''s DVD Bonuses]]
* {{MST}} from the heroes (Felix, Ralph, Vanellope and Tammy)
* DVDCommentary from Richard Moore.
* Behind the Scenes
* Trailers
** Teaser Trailer
** Official Trailer #2
** Fake ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' commercial
** Fake ''Sugar Rush'' commercial
** Fake ''Hero Duty'' commercial
* [[spoiler:A 3D cartoon taking place after the movie having Ralph and Ms. Schweetz trapped in Puzzle Castle.]]
* A fake 2D ''Fix-It Felix'' cartoon from the 1980s.
* A fake 2D ''Sugar Rush'' pilot for a cartoon from the 1990s.
* A storybook where you can choose a character (Felix, Ralph, Tammy, or Vanellope) to read the story to you or you can read it by yourself.
* DVD-ROM version of ''Hero Duty'' comic
* DVD-ROM version of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' game.
* DVD-ROM version of ''Hero's Duty'' game that acts similar to "Doom".
* DVD-Rom version of ''Sugar Rush'' game that uses a mouse instead of a keyboard.



They're both bald guys made of blue energy, right? What must have happened is that after attempts to create life in outer space proved too difficult, Jon returned to Earth and brought some video games to life instead, then got himself a job policing them. Best of all, now that he's surrounded by fellow energy-beings not of his own design, Jon can finally feel like a regular schmoe again.

[[WMG: Video Game Characters temporarily lose their MediumAwareness during their games' production]]

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They're both bald guys made of blue energy, right? What must have happened is that after attempts to create life in outer space proved too difficult, Jon returned to Earth and brought some video games to life instead, then got himself a job policing them. Best of all, now that he's surrounded by fellow energy-beings not of his own design, Jon can finally feel like a regular schmoe again.

again.[[WMG: Video Game Characters temporarily lose their MediumAwareness during their games' production]]



But maybe I'm overthinking all of this, so on a less confusing note...

[[WMG: [[http://soundcloud.com/danieledwards/chance-to-be-the-hero This song]] will become AscendedFanon]]
Please let this be true...And besides, it would make sense if they put it in, seeing as {{I Want Song}}s tend to get awards for some reason.

[[WMG: Vanellope and her kart will appear in MarioKart U/8.]]

to:

But maybe I'm overthinking all of this, so on a less confusing note...

[[WMG: [[http://soundcloud.com/danieledwards/chance-to-be-the-hero This song]] will become AscendedFanon]]
Please let this be true...And besides, it would make sense if they put it in, seeing as {{I Want Song}}s tend to get awards for some reason.

note...[[WMG: Vanellope and her kart will appear in MarioKart U/8.]]



** Does that make Taffyta a cannibal?

[[WMG: Lots of the characters in the arcade are bilingual]]

to:

** Does that make Taffyta a cannibal?

[[WMG:
cannibal?[[WMG: Lots of the characters in the arcade are bilingual]]



In this universe, console gaming never took off like it did in our universe. Here, arcade gaming stayed the big thing. All the console games we're familiar with were developed for the arcade in Litwak's world.

[[WMG: Felix will become a FountainOfMemes]]
'Cause I see memetic potential in more than one of his lines...
-->''[[UnusualEuphemism Jimminy jamminy!]]''\\
''[[DeathIsCheap *dies and respawns*]] It's okay! ImOkay!''\\
''[[BlessedWithSuck WHY DO I FIX EVERYTHING I TOUCH?]]''
* Oh, it's already happened. Trust me. Thanks to him, there are enough memes from this film as a whole to possibly warrant its own page on here (if the YMMV page doesn't reopen anytime soon).
** ...Well then, I guess I can say IKnewIt.
** I think "Felix struts/dances while I play fitting music" (not under that name) may already be one.

[[WMG: Vanellope is a Candymancer]]

to:

In this universe, console gaming never took off like it did in our universe. Here, arcade gaming stayed the big thing. All the console games we're familiar with were developed for the arcade in Litwak's world.

[[WMG: Felix will become a FountainOfMemes]]
'Cause I see memetic potential in more than one of his lines...
-->''[[UnusualEuphemism Jimminy jamminy!]]''\\
''[[DeathIsCheap *dies and respawns*]] It's okay! ImOkay!''\\
''[[BlessedWithSuck WHY DO I FIX EVERYTHING I TOUCH?]]''
* Oh, it's already happened. Trust me. Thanks to him, there are enough memes from this film as a whole to possibly warrant its own page on here (if the YMMV page doesn't reopen anytime soon).
** ...Well then, I guess I can say IKnewIt.
** I think "Felix struts/dances while I play fitting music" (not under that name) may already be one.

world.[[WMG: Vanellope is a Candymancer]]



It suffered from SequelDisplacement, similar to ''VideoGame/MarioBros'' compared to ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1''. Felix Jr. became an icon while his father faded from the public eye.

[[WMG: History of the Fix-It-Felix games.]]

to:

It suffered from SequelDisplacement, similar to ''VideoGame/MarioBros'' compared to ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1''. Felix Jr. became an icon while his father faded from the public eye.

eye.[[WMG: History of the Fix-It-Felix games.]]



* Or a copycat of Donkey Kong, since ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' wasn't around until 1985, and was for a home console.

[[WMG: Candlehead was the local Bad Girl....]]

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* Or a copycat of Donkey Kong, since ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' wasn't around until 1985, and was for a home console.

console.[[WMG: Candlehead was the local Bad Girl....]]



* Easy: OddNameOut

[[WMG: Litwak's is the Last Stop for Arcade Games]]

to:

* Easy: OddNameOut

[[WMG:
OddNameOut[[WMG: Litwak's is the Last Stop for Arcade Games]]



* But ''Hero's Duty'' is implied to, and appears to be, a brand new game, judging by the style and graphics. Games often get unplugged when they're deemed broken; if a game is broken, it gets thrown away. If the characters learn that their game is going to be unplugged, it could very well mean that Litwak thinks the game is broken and intends to throw it out.

[[WMG: All the female Nicelanders have a crush on Felix.]]
They probably still do despite the fact that [[spoiler:Felix is married.]]

[[WMG: Using a handheld console and a charger cable plugged into the power bar...]]
It is possible for Ralph, [[spoiler:Turbo]], or any character in the arcade to game jump into a Game Boy/GBC/GBA/DS/3DS/PSP/Vita/Whatever game, and characters from those games to game jump into the arcade. This could have potential for crossover funtimes (the cast of ''Sugar Rush'' racing on Rainbow Road) cheating (having a Level 100 Lugia win Street Fighter by spamming Extrasensory), or just plain evil (kidnapping characters from the Arcade, potentially dooming them to being unplugged).

[[WMG: The Tapper bar is the same bar Dominic works at in VideoGameConfessions...]]

to:

* But ''Hero's Duty'' is implied to, and appears to be, a brand new game, judging by the style and graphics. Games often get unplugged when they're deemed broken; if a game is broken, it gets thrown away. If the characters learn that their game is going to be unplugged, it could very well mean that Litwak thinks the game is broken and intends to throw it out.

out.[[WMG: All the female Nicelanders have a crush on Felix.]]
They probably still do despite the fact that [[spoiler:Felix is married.]]

[[WMG:
]][[WMG: Using a handheld console and a charger cable plugged into the power bar...]]
It is possible for Ralph, [[spoiler:Turbo]], or any character in the arcade to game jump into a Game Boy/GBC/GBA/DS/3DS/PSP/Vita/Whatever game, and characters from those games to game jump into the arcade. This could have potential for crossover funtimes (the cast of ''Sugar Rush'' racing on Rainbow Road) cheating (having a Level 100 Lugia win Street Fighter by spamming Extrasensory), or just plain evil (kidnapping characters from the Arcade, potentially dooming them to being unplugged).

unplugged).[[WMG: The Tapper bar is the same bar Dominic works at in VideoGameConfessions...]]






That is, Mr. Litwak buys and collects arcade machines, especially ones that are old and rare. Perhaps the Fix-It Felix Jr. machine is one of his oldest machines and perhaps the oldest working copy.

[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' will SpinOff from the movie]]

to:

That is, Mr. Litwak buys and collects arcade machines, especially ones that are old and rare. Perhaps the Fix-It Felix Jr. machine is one of his oldest machines and perhaps the oldest working copy.

copy.[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' will SpinOff from the movie]]



* I would love to see an animated series of Wreck-It Ralph where Ralph, Felix, Vanellope, and Calhoun end up lost and travel from game world to game world trying to get home. In the same idea as Sliders, or more closer, Reboot Season 3.

[[WMG: Cy-Bug behavior is the result of an unintentional memory leak.]]
Memory leaks build up and up and up until they use up all the memory available. Often in doing so, they tend to take over and over-write memory. Usually by the time they become noticeable, the best/only way to get rid of them is to reset the computer.

[[WMG: Surge Protector isn't a jerk, he's just doing his job.]]

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* I would love to see an animated series of Wreck-It Ralph where Ralph, Felix, Vanellope, and Calhoun end up lost and travel from game world to game world trying to get home. In the same idea as Sliders, or more closer, Reboot Season 3.

3.[[WMG: Cy-Bug behavior is the result of an unintentional memory leak.]]
Memory leaks build up and up and up until they use up all the memory available. Often in doing so, they tend to take over and over-write memory. Usually by the time they become noticeable, the best/only way to get rid of them is to reset the computer.

computer.[[WMG: Surge Protector isn't a jerk, he's just doing his job.]]






Why not? The main cast can be easily be adapted to a BeatEmUp game, ala from the olden days of the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' and ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime'' and among others. Ralph would be the obvious MightyGlacier with a hint of LightningBruiser, using his incredible, fast wrecking ability. Calhoun would be either JackOfAllStats or a LightningBruiser, being tall and easy to maneuver. Felix and Vanellope would be something in lines of FragileSpeedster.

[[WMG: Vanellope is [[spoiler:President-For-Life]]]]

to:

Why not? The main cast can be easily be adapted to a BeatEmUp game, ala from the olden days of the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' and ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime'' and among others. Ralph would be the obvious MightyGlacier with a hint of LightningBruiser, using his incredible, fast wrecking ability. Calhoun would be either JackOfAllStats or a LightningBruiser, being tall and easy to maneuver. Felix and Vanellope would be something in lines of FragileSpeedster.

FragileSpeedster.[[WMG: Vanellope is [[spoiler:President-For-Life]]]]



* Well, there's the fact that it's a video game. Just look at every Mayor in every HarvestMoon game ever for how elected officials in video games generally are treated. Though really, you're not wrong, since [[spoiler:Vanellope only changed her title to President because she decided that she didn't want to be called Princess.]]

[[WMG: Calhoun is the real protagonist of her game]]

to:

* Well, there's the fact that it's a video game. Just look at every Mayor in every HarvestMoon game ever for how elected officials in video games generally are treated. Though really, you're not wrong, since [[spoiler:Vanellope only changed her title to President because she decided that she didn't want to be called Princess.]]

[[WMG:
]][[WMG: Calhoun is the real protagonist of her game]]






* This old guy managed to do all that, without getting caught? He would have had to have broken in overnight to do that, and I can't imagine he would risk going to prison to hack one arcade unit, just to glorify a character from 20 years ago. Either "Bob" has no life... or he knows the secret lives of videogame characters and deliberately knew what he was getting into.

[[WMG:[[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] will make a cameo in the sequel.]]
Only to serve as an inspiration for Vanellope during the races. And, yes. Giving his trademark [[MemeticMutation Falcon]] [[AscendedMeme Punch.]]

[[WMG: Candlehead was a DubNameChange.]]
Compounded by a DubInducedPlotHole, no less -- when working on the English translation, some of the staff started jokingly calling her Candlehead, and found the nickname so amusing they made it official. However, her original name was retained, but accidentally attached to another racer: the green apple-themed racer, aka 'Minty Zaki'.

[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' takes place within [[VideoGame/{{Earthbound}} Magicant]].]]

to:

* This old guy managed to do all that, without getting caught? He would have had to have broken in overnight to do that, and I can't imagine he would risk going to prison to hack one arcade unit, just to glorify a character from 20 years ago. Either "Bob" has no life... or he knows the secret lives of videogame characters and deliberately knew what he was getting into.

[[WMG:[[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] will make a cameo in the sequel.]]
Only to serve as an inspiration for Vanellope during the races. And, yes. Giving his trademark [[MemeticMutation Falcon]] [[AscendedMeme Punch.]]

into.[[WMG: Candlehead was a DubNameChange.]]
Compounded by a DubInducedPlotHole, no less -- when working on the English translation, some of the staff started jokingly calling her Candlehead, and found the nickname so amusing they made it official. However, her original name was retained, but accidentally attached to another racer: the green apple-themed racer, aka 'Minty Zaki'.

Zaki'.[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' takes place within [[VideoGame/{{Earthbound}} Magicant]].]]



* Maybe it's what happens just past the edges of the CandyLand board.

[[WMG: In the sequel, the BigBad will be Waluigi]]
He's secretly been plotting to take over all video games and was in fact the one to [[spoiler:teach Turbo the Konami Code]]. Ralph, Felix, Vanellope, and Calhoun will have to team up once again to prevent every day from becoming [[Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily Waluigi Time.]]
* It could be worse. [[VideoGame/{{Earthbound}} Giygas]] [[MindRape could easily fuck with everybody's mind in the station.]] Don't be surprised when you see kids in therapy...
** Giygas isn't exactly an arcade character, though.

[[WMG: Vanellope's glitch abilities will be "nerfed"]]

to:

* Maybe it's what happens just past the edges of the CandyLand board.

[[WMG: In the sequel, the BigBad will be Waluigi]]
He's secretly been plotting to take over all video games and was in fact the one to [[spoiler:teach Turbo the Konami Code]]. Ralph, Felix, Vanellope, and Calhoun will have to team up once again to prevent every day from becoming [[Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily Waluigi Time.]]
* It could be worse. [[VideoGame/{{Earthbound}} Giygas]] [[MindRape could easily fuck with everybody's mind in the station.]] Don't be surprised when you see kids in therapy...
** Giygas isn't exactly an arcade character, though.

board.[[WMG: Vanellope's glitch abilities will be "nerfed"]]






* Um, magic? I think AppliedPhlebotinum maybe the solution.

[[WMG: The Sonic from ''SonicForHire'' is responsible for Turbo crashing ''RoadBlasters'']]

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* Um, magic? I think AppliedPhlebotinum maybe the solution.

solution.[[WMG: The Sonic from ''SonicForHire'' is responsible for Turbo crashing ''RoadBlasters'']]




[[WMG: This movie will boost the sales of games showcased in it]]
Maybe certain games will be rebooted or get sequels. At the least it'll prove profitable for series that are already big.







[[WMG: Dr. Wily wasn't in the movie because Mega Man wasn't either.]]
Note how for almost any given villain, their hero is also in the movie (perhaps has a parallel to Felix and Ralph). Perhaps similar to Mario, they couldn't figure out how to get Wily in without Mega Man and Mega Man himself couldn't be fit in. Mega Man might not have fit in well because unlike Mario and Sonic, he's a pretty aggressive hero - he'd be able to take on Cy-Bugs pretty handily so including him might have induced FridgeLogic.
* But Bowser is in it and Mario isn't.
* Mario is in the universe, he just doesn't appear on-screen. He was invited to the Fix-It Felix Jr. 30th Anniversary.



** [[SugarAndIcePersonality Kuudere]] would be more accurate.

[[WMG: Tobi-Komi also developed home consoles as well as arcade games.]]

to:

** [[SugarAndIcePersonality Kuudere]] would be more accurate.

accurate.[[WMG: Tobi-Komi also developed home consoles as well as arcade games.]]



** Nintendo still exists in this universe though, so it's unlikely that their consoles would be expies of Nintendo's. If they did have consoles, they would probably have their own identity.

[[WMG:{{Tetris}} is a game that can be found in Litwak's arcade...]]
...And the [[MemeticBadass L-block is the biggest, baddest mofo]] in the whole place!

[[WMG: The first videogames in this universe were programmed by {{Time Lord}}s.]]

to:

** Nintendo still exists in this universe though, so it's unlikely that their consoles would be expies of Nintendo's. If they did have consoles, they would probably have their own identity.

identity.[[WMG:{{Tetris}} is a game that can be found in Litwak's arcade...]]
...And the [[MemeticBadass L-block is the biggest, baddest mofo]] in the whole place!

[[WMG:
place![[WMG: The first videogames in this universe were programmed by {{Time Lord}}s.]]



* How [[spoiler:the memories of ''Sugar Rush'' were really locked away]]: Sour Bill's ImagineSpot was inaccurate, what [[spoiler:King Candy]] actually locked [[spoiler:the subjects' memory]] in was a fob watch, opened when [[spoiler:Vanellope crossed the finish line.]]

[[WMG: Surge Protector is omnipresent inside the Game Central Station]]
He can feel what happens to the GCS, but he's blind until he takes a visible form.

[[WMG: The reason why ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' has stayed free of errors for so long...]]

to:

* How [[spoiler:the memories of ''Sugar Rush'' were really locked away]]: Sour Bill's ImagineSpot was inaccurate, what [[spoiler:King Candy]] actually locked [[spoiler:the subjects' memory]] in was a fob watch, opened when [[spoiler:Vanellope crossed the finish line.]]

[[WMG:
]][[WMG: Surge Protector is omnipresent inside the Game Central Station]]
He can feel what happens to the GCS, but he's blind until he takes a visible form.

form.[[WMG: The reason why ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' has stayed free of errors for so long...]]



* I don't really think his hammer can do that...

[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' is actually a spin-off of a video game series called, ''Sugar Land'']]

to:

* I don't really think his hammer can do that...

that...[[WMG: ''Sugar Rush'' is actually a spin-off of a video game series called, ''Sugar Land'']]




[[WMG: Possible games that Ralph and his friends will go to in the sequel.]]
* Here's a rundown of games that might appear.
** The original Fix-It Felix Arcade Game.
** An online RPG game in the vain of [[Main/EverQuest EverQuest]]
** A fighting game that is a cross between [[Franchise/StreetFighter Street Fighter]] and [[Franchise/MortalKombat Mortal Kombat]]
*** Doubt it, as both of those games made a cameo in the first movie.
** A [[Franchise/TheSims Sims]] styled Game.
*** If ''Extreme E-Z Livin' 2'' from the deleted scenes makes it in, it would fill this slot.
** A game that combines the style and gameplay of ''Franchise/{{Starfox}}'' and ''VideoGame/CrimsonSkies'', with a heavy dose of {{Dieselpunk}}.







[[WMG: Not only will the sequel involve the original Fix-It Felix, but also later games in the series.]]
If Fix-It Felix is analogous to Mario, then there would have been many more games featuring Felix and Ralph. The versions of Felix and Ralph from other games in the series would be their own characters and possibly come into conflict with the ones we know.









Over 70-plus years, the anthropomorphic cookie folk evolved to appear more human, and among their people evolved many new types of living sweets and pastries. Vanellope is also a direct descendant of Miss Bonbon and the Gingerbread King.

[[WMG: Video game characters consider real people like ancient Greeks considered gods]]

to:

Over 70-plus years, the anthropomorphic cookie folk evolved to appear more human, and among their people evolved many new types of living sweets and pastries. Vanellope is also a direct descendant of Miss Bonbon and the Gingerbread King.

King.[[WMG: Video game characters consider real people like ancient Greeks considered gods]]



But they don't really have a choice.

[[WMG: Surge Protector was very lucky]]

to:

But they don't really have a choice.

choice.[[WMG: Surge Protector was very lucky]]



Unless he can travel through the power grid or unless appliances have something like him, [[FridgeHorror he would be completely alone]] until the day he gets unplugged or breaks.

[[WMG: Calhoun is [[Film/{{Prometheus}} Meredith Vickers]] ancestor.]]
Let's see: Tall. Likes to take the lead on things. Kinda of hard-as-nails-{{Jerkass}}-by-not-so-much personality? Would that mean she's related to Weyland? [[EpilepticTrees Or, that just leads to more questions?]] For ''Film/{{Prometheus}}''?

[[WMG: There will be [[{{Defictionalization}} actual]] ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', ''Hero's Duty'', and ''Sugar Rush'' machines in real arcades at some point in the future.]]
* And, to play with Vanellope, you'll have to use some special move to "activate" the "glitch." Come ON, Disney! That's too awesome not to happen. '''SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!'''
** Doesn't anyone remember that Disney made actual arcade cabinets of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.''?? They were one of the first pieces of advertising for the film! It's just that they're in limited supply.

[[WMG: Surge Protector and Zangief are fighting for Ralph's love]]
And Ralph is pretending to be clueless to see where this is going.

[[WMG: Missingno. will be the BigBad in the sequel.]]
* And he will look [[http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs40/f/2009/018/7/c/Wild_Missingno__Appeared_by_warupua.jpg like this]] to the other characters.
* He also has a natural shape-shifting ability.
* Alternativelly, Missingno. will appear, but as one of the heroes (any experienced R/B glitcher will tell you, Missingno. is actually relatively harmlesss and rather useful), 'M and the other glitches (who can actually crash the game) will play the villains.
* Or, Missingno could be the villain or BigBad, but he takes the form of a bird. His true form is a horrific Eldritch Abomination that drives people temporarily insane and enjoys toying with them and turning them on each other. He can also create clones. which would explain the multiple evil Ralphs.

[[WMG: Felix's hammer is really just an AmplifierArtifact]]

to:

Unless he can travel through the power grid or unless appliances have something like him, [[FridgeHorror he would be completely alone]] until the day he gets unplugged or breaks.

breaks.[[WMG: Calhoun is [[Film/{{Prometheus}} Meredith Vickers]] ancestor.]]
Let's see: Tall. Likes to take the lead on things. Kinda of hard-as-nails-{{Jerkass}}-by-not-so-much personality? Would that mean she's related to Weyland? [[EpilepticTrees Or, that just leads to more questions?]] For ''Film/{{Prometheus}}''?

[[WMG: There will be [[{{Defictionalization}} actual]] ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', ''Hero's Duty'', and ''Sugar Rush'' machines in real arcades at some point in the future.]]
* And, to play with Vanellope, you'll have to use some special move to "activate" the "glitch." Come ON, Disney! That's too awesome not to happen. '''SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!'''
** Doesn't anyone remember that Disney made actual arcade cabinets of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.''?? They were one of the first pieces of advertising for the film! It's just that they're in limited supply.

[[WMG:
''Film/{{Prometheus}}''?[[WMG: Surge Protector and Zangief are fighting for Ralph's love]]
And Ralph is pretending to be clueless to see where this is going.

[[WMG: Missingno. will be the BigBad in the sequel.]]
* And he will look [[http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs40/f/2009/018/7/c/Wild_Missingno__Appeared_by_warupua.jpg like this]] to the other characters.
* He also has a natural shape-shifting ability.
* Alternativelly, Missingno. will appear, but as one of the heroes (any experienced R/B glitcher will tell you, Missingno. is actually relatively harmlesss and rather useful), 'M and the other glitches (who can actually crash the game) will play the villains.
* Or, Missingno could be the villain or BigBad, but he takes the form of a bird. His true form is a horrific Eldritch Abomination that drives people temporarily insane and enjoys toying with them and turning them on each other. He can also create clones. which would explain the multiple evil Ralphs.

going.[[WMG: Felix's hammer is really just an AmplifierArtifact]]



[[WMG: The sequel will have a sequence that shows Tamora and Felix as a BattleCouple, using their abilities together in tandem teamwork.]]

[[WMG: The sequel will have a slightly [[DarkerandEdgier darker tone]].]]
To elaborate, the BigBad in the sequel will be much more menacing and an even bigger threat than [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo]]. The dangers of Game Jumping will be explored more. And, the Big Bad will not only be a threat to the Video Game World, but the Real World as well.
* And said BigBad will be none other than ''[[BitchInSheepsClothing the Surge Protector]]''.
** Alternatively, The Big Bad will be an {{expy}} of both [[{{Tron}} The MCP]] and [[Anime/SummerWars Love Machine]].
** Also, if Disney is feeling creative, The Big Bad will be worse than [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo]]. But only if they're feeling really creative.

[[WMG: ''Wreck-it Ralph 2'''s villain will be... Wreck-it Ralph... from the future.]]
* Basically, in the present day and age, Ralph will have a new game that stars him. The problem? In the new game, Ralph is the hero, but he's DarkerAndEdgier, paralleling the practice of current-day developers in reviving old franchises in a similar way. Eventually he meets Past!Ralph and tries to turn him just as bad as his programming suggests he should be. Of course, Ralph being pretty much the embodiment of the NiceGuy trope, [[FutureMeScaresMe he's pretty much creeped out by the idea.]] Future!Ralph will then attempt to do what Turbo did on a much larger scale and try to take over ''the whole arcade'', putting the risks on a much larger scale, and allowing for other more recognizable characters to get their own little sequences.

[[WMG: The sequel will be primarily focused on the Internet.]]
The arcade is going out of business, but fortunately it has [=WiFi=], so Ralph and his friends can escape by finding a passageway to the Internet. There, they explore the enormous World-Wide Web and the four of them each get separated, and are now trying to find each other. It could also reference a lot of Internet memes, such as...
* The four finding [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic ponified]] versions of themselves.
* Ralph and Felix finding out that they once had a cartoon series...that is a prime source for parody in WebAnimation/YoutubePoop (probably called "[[WritingAroundTrademarks MyTube Crud]]" or something similar), a reference to how the WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBros cartoons get similar treatment.
* Vanellope ending up on Website/DeviantArt and finding a drawing of an [[SelfFanservice older, sexier version of herself.]] And [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar becoming attracted to it.]]
And the BigBad is none other than [[TakeThat SOPA]] (or a CaptainErsatz of SOPA), [[{{Demonization}} which is depicted as an]] EldritchAbomination [[OmnicidalManiac bent on destroying everything on the web.]]









[[WMG: The events of the movie will cause some political reforms in the arcade.]]
Obviously the events of the movie were a serious incident that nearly led to two games being unplugged, so the characters will make some changes to avoid such a thing in the future. More than likely, we'll see the following things: 1. A council of representatives from each game to share information and discuss issues in each other's games. 2. A group of special ops forces consisted of characters from each game that investigates things like rogue characters (so someone like Turbo being able to infiltrate and take over Sugar Rush doesn't happen again). 3. A hidden beacon is installed in each game to prevent a Cybug infestation in the future. 4. A "bad guy awareness" campaign to encourage people to treat the bad guys of their games with respect and not to ostracize them, possibly also educating people that bad guys can't actually kill someone outside of their game just by touching them. 5. A system of helping characters from unplugged games find work and a place to live in games that can handle them.
** I'd be interested in seeing what the beacon in ''Tapper'' would look like.

[[WMG: In the sequel, there'll be a joke about {{Rule 34}}]]

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\n\n\n\n\n\n[[WMG: The events of the movie will cause some political reforms in the arcade.If ever a franchise had an arcade game, their entire universe is accessible from GCS.]]
Obviously My random explanation for why Modern Sonic and Eggman show up in the events movie. The few Sonic arcade games allowed anything and anyone from the franchise to enter any of the movie were a serious incident Game Central Station areas around the world. It also goes the other way around, meaning that nearly Ralph could enter the entire Sonicverse from ''Sonic The Fighters''.

Also, it's not just for Sonic, in case that wasn't obvious.[[WMG: [[{{RuleThirtyFour}} Somewhere out there is a fan-video/parody where Ralph stumbles in to Custer's Revenge.]]]]
Of course, you'd have to ignore the fact that it never had an arcade version. ([[SarcasmMode I can't imagine why]]).

[[WMG:Calhoun isn't triggered by "dynamite gal" in particular.]]
Her programming, just like it sets off memories of her backstory when it's mentioned, is set so she has memories of Brad complimenting her whenever ''any'' male she's attracted to compliments her, and the memories are always altered so Brad is saying the same compliment. I.E., had Felix said she was an amazing woman, she would've had flashbacks to Brad calling her an amazing woman instead.

[[WMG:Turbo is ''VideoGame/{{Bubsy}}''.]]
When you think about it, they have a lot of similarities: MascotWithAttitude? Check! White and red clothing? Check! Near-perpetual CheshireCatGrin? Check! Reputation as TheScrappy? Check![[note]]Though Turbo is only a Scrappy InUniverse.[[/note]] Plus, it would explain why Bubsy hasn't had a game in years: [[spoiler:He's been too busy taking over other games, and now he's dead.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Pre-release guesses]]
[[WMG: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=symahn3t-34 This is Ralph's theme song]].]]
{{Jossed}} [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEdM4iL3hK8 This is]]

[[WMG: Ralph ends up winning against the villain, by taking advantage of the fact that the villain is operating as a ''video game villain'']]
The villain will be completely locked into following the conventions of video game villains. It will be from the so-called 'glitch' that Ralph will learn that you can break the rules of the game, and it will be because of Ralph breaking them and thus cheating that the villain will ultimately be defeated.
* Yes and no. [[spoiler:He doesn't really break the rules of the game, but takes advantage of a "unfinished level" to defeat the Big Bad.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Sequel predictions]]
[[WMG: Ralph will get a girlfriend]]
It's customary for every sequel to ship the main character. Why should Ralph be any exception?

[[WMG: Surge Protector will have a big role in the sequel.]]

[[WMG: There will be a crossover between ''Wreck-It Ralph'' and ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'']]
''Monsters Inc.'' had door-portals that
led practically anywhere in the Universe. It wouldn't be too far-fetched to two games assume that they had at least ONE door that led into a video game within Litwak's arcade... which would essentially be a portal to the outside world, or at least, if the video game characters can't leave their world, for creatures from outside to visit in...

[[WMG: Ralph and his friends will be able to travel via [=WiFi=]]]
I mean, it could be sorta like traveling through power cords, am I right?
* That would be already a given. As seen there is a Grand Central Station having a Grand Central Airline (or whatever they would like to call it). Possibly a [[DistaffCounterpart female]] counterpart to the Surge Protector should be stewardess.

[[WMG: The sequel will be centered on online games...]]
...and [[LeeroyJenkins Leeroy]] [[Main/WorldOfWarcraft Jenkins]] will have a cameo.
* Actually pretty possible. Hypothetical plot: a revolutionary new video game comes out with some form of online capability. Every arcade that installs this new game basically provides a portal for characters from that arcade to go to any other arcade that has this game installed and connected. Naturally, Litwak's Arcade is among those that adopt the new game. The villain is a Ralph from a different arcade who, like our Ralph, is tired of
being unplugged, so a bad guy treated like garbage but, unlike our Ralph, decides that the best way to fix all that is to take over the new game and, by proxy, all of the arcades it's connected to. At first, this Ralph will succeed, so it'll be up to our Ralph and co. to dive into the game and depose the tyrannical dictatorship Alt!Ralph has established and fix right what he has set wrong.
* Ralph and a few other
characters will make end up in a blatant ''World Of Warcraft'' analogue, and then they'll be showered with (grammatically incorrect) questions on how they got so much unique gear.

[[WMG: [[spoiler:Felix and Calhoun will have a son.]]]]
Who grows up to become Construct-It Conagher, aka [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 the Engineer]].
* Alas, it's [=TF2=] canon that Engy's dad is the Engineer from ''VideoGame/TeamFortressClassic''. Which is a shame since this makes ''far too much scary sense''.
** It could be that Felix got the TFC Engineer suit from Calhoun as a birthday gift. As for Radigan, Fix-It Felix Sr. might have gone Turbo and changed his name.
** I can't see Felix being a cigar-chomping hired killer, he's too nice. They've gotta be related, though.
*** Maybe
some changes to avoid such of Calhoun rubs off on him.
*** Or maybe he IS the classic engineer thus making him the engineer's father.

[[WMG: Alternatively, if [[VideoGame/TombRaider Lara]] ever shows up, she'll be Ralph's love interest.]]
Because...I dunno, why not?

[[WMG: Sequel prediction: Minty Sakura will either be RetGone or
a thing CanonImmigrant.]]
* The former is more likely. [[CulturalTranslation Despite being Zaki's replacement
in the future. More Japanese version of the film]], she only appears in the Random Roster Race entry scene and the race itself. All other scenes have Zaki in place. And if they seriously RetGone her, [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter they would waste a wonderful characterization opportunity]].

[[WMG: Sequel prediction: AdaptationExpansion for the Sugar Rush cast]]

[[WMG: In the sequel, Ganondorf will be the BigBad, or at least a major villain.]]
* With the former possibility, Ganon could try to convince Ralph to embrace his villainous position. In the latter case, he'll do everything he can to ensure the plot is HijackedByGanon.

[[WMG: The sequel will have a sequence that shows Tamora and Felix as a BattleCouple, using their abilities together in tandem teamwork.]]

[[WMG: The sequel will have a slightly [[DarkerandEdgier darker tone]].]]
To elaborate, the BigBad in the sequel will be much more menacing and an even bigger threat
than likely, we'll see [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo]]. The dangers of Game Jumping will be explored more. And, the following things: 1. A council Big Bad will not only be a threat to the Video Game World, but the Real World as well.
* And said BigBad will be none other than ''[[BitchInSheepsClothing the Surge Protector]]''.
** Alternatively, The Big Bad will be an {{expy}}
of representatives both [[{{Tron}} The MCP]] and [[Anime/SummerWars Love Machine]].
** Also, if Disney is feeling creative, The Big Bad will be worse than [[spoiler:King Candy/Turbo]]. But only if they're feeling really creative.[[WMG: ''Wreck-it Ralph 2'''s villain will be... Wreck-it Ralph...
from each the future.]]
* Basically, in the present day and age, Ralph will have a new
game to share information that stars him. The problem? In the new game, Ralph is the hero, but he's DarkerAndEdgier, paralleling the practice of current-day developers in reviving old franchises in a similar way. Eventually he meets Past!Ralph and discuss issues in each other's games. 2. A group tries to turn him just as bad as his programming suggests he should be. Of course, Ralph being pretty much the embodiment of special ops forces consisted of the NiceGuy trope, [[FutureMeScaresMe he's pretty much creeped out by the idea.]] Future!Ralph will then attempt to do what Turbo did on a much larger scale and try to take over ''the whole arcade'', putting the risks on a much larger scale, and allowing for other more recognizable characters from each game that investigates things like rogue characters (so someone like Turbo being able to infiltrate and take over Sugar Rush doesn't happen again). 3. A hidden beacon is installed in each game to prevent a Cybug infestation in the future. 4. A "bad guy awareness" campaign to encourage people to treat the bad guys of get their games with respect and not to ostracize them, possibly also educating people that bad guys can't actually kill someone outside of their game just by touching them. 5. A system of helping characters from unplugged games find work and a place to live in games that can handle them.
** I'd be interested in seeing what the beacon in ''Tapper'' would look like.

own little sequences.[[WMG: The sequel will be primarily focused on the Internet.]]
The arcade is going out of business, but fortunately it has [=WiFi=], so Ralph and his friends can escape by finding a passageway to the Internet. There, they explore the enormous World-Wide Web and the four of them each get separated, and are now trying to find each other. It could also reference a lot of Internet memes, such as...
* The four finding [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic ponified]] versions of themselves.
* Ralph and Felix finding out that they once had a cartoon series...that is a prime source for parody in WebAnimation/YoutubePoop (probably called "[[WritingAroundTrademarks MyTube Crud]]" or something similar), a reference to how the WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBros cartoons get similar treatment.
* Vanellope ending up on Website/DeviantArt and finding a drawing of an [[SelfFanservice older, sexier version of herself.]] And [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar becoming attracted to it.]]
And the BigBad is none other than [[TakeThat SOPA]] (or a CaptainErsatz of SOPA), [[{{Demonization}} which is depicted as an]] EldritchAbomination [[OmnicidalManiac bent on destroying everything on the web.]][[WMG:
In the sequel, there'll be a joke about {{Rule 34}}]]






Not THE MJ, of course, but his Moonwalker game persona, now if Disney can get the copyrights for the movie...



[[WMG: Ralph will appear in a future ''KingdomHearts'' game]]
Which will present an opportunity for plenty of lampshade hanging and meta humor.


[[WMG: Sour Bill will get a girlfriend if there's a sequel.]]

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Not THE MJ, of course, but his Moonwalker game persona, now if Disney can get the copyrights for the movie...



[[WMG: Ralph will appear in a future ''KingdomHearts'' game]]
Which will present an opportunity for plenty of lampshade hanging and meta humor.


movie...[[WMG: Sour Bill will get a girlfriend if there's a sequel.]]




[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' is a Disney adaptation of ''VideoGame/BadDudes'']]
Now hear me out! Ralph is a bad guy who learned that being bad is good and he likes to wreck stuff. Vanellope [[spoiler:is a princess (who becomes president) who]] has her position in the world taken by a mad man. Ralph is the one who saves the day.
* Thus, [[spoiler:Ralph was a bad enough dude to save the president]]











During the scene where Wynchell asks Vanellope who will be ruler, look closely at Taffyta, specifically, her hand. Notice that her hand clenched when Vanellope said "me". This would imply that there would be friction between her and Vanellope in the future.











[[WMG: Electricity is magic.]]
That's why Surge Protector exists...and characters are alive.

[[WMG: The sequel will utilize OhCrapThereAreFanficsOfUs]]

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During the scene where Wynchell asks Vanellope who will be ruler, look closely at Taffyta, specifically, her hand. Notice that her hand clenched when Vanellope said "me". This would imply that there would be friction between her and Vanellope in the future.











[[WMG: Electricity is magic.]]
That's why Surge Protector exists...and characters are alive.

future.[[WMG: The sequel will utilize OhCrapThereAreFanficsOfUs]]






You know, assuming it has Internet access (which I assume it should, being a [[Franchise/TheSims Sims-styled]] game.

[[WMG: Rancis ''will'' be Vanellope's boyfriend/love interest in the sequel.]]

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You know, assuming it has Internet access (which I assume it should, being a [[Franchise/TheSims Sims-styled]] game.

game.[[WMG: Rancis ''will'' be Vanellope's boyfriend/love interest in the sequel.]]







In [[@/AussieEvil my]] interpretation, the power cord is kinda the only way the arcade machine characters can move around. Since most electronic gaming devices need to be plugged in at one point or another, it brings a perfect beginning point to Ralph & co. discovering this new world.



[[WMG: Missingno. will be TheDragon/BigBad of the sequel.]]

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In [[@/AussieEvil my]] interpretation, the power cord is kinda the only way the arcade machine characters can move around. Since most electronic gaming devices need to be plugged in at one point or another, it brings a perfect beginning point to Ralph & co. discovering this new world.



world.[[WMG: Missingno. will be TheDragon/BigBad of the sequel.]]



* Already done on WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Nintendo if they did that would be basically plagiarizing Linkara. And personally they couldn't do it better than him, in which [[spoiler: Linkara made Missingno, an all powerful Lovecraftian God. Who destroys everyone and everything. And being really effectively terrifying throughout.]]








[[WMG: Dr. Brad Scott will come BackFromTheDead]]

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* Already done on WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Nintendo if they did that would be basically plagiarizing Linkara. And personally they couldn't do it better than him, in which [[spoiler: Linkara made Missingno, an all powerful Lovecraftian God. Who destroys everyone and everything. And being really effectively terrifying throughout.]]








[[WMG:
]][[WMG: Dr. Brad Scott will come BackFromTheDead]]










In the first film, [[spoiler: Turbo/King Candy]] used the Konami code to hack into Sugar Rush. It is shown that he had the Code written on a napkin. Which means that someone told him about the Konami code and how it works. My guess is that the BigBad in the sequel is giving the code to rogue programs to mess with computer systems and video games. The big bad's ultimate goal is to use the Konami Code to Take over the Computer/Video game world and the real world.




[[WMG: ''Wreck-it Ralph'' will soon have a TV special(s)]]

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In the first film, [[spoiler: Turbo/King Candy]] used the Konami code to hack into Sugar Rush. It is shown that he had the Code written on a napkin. Which means that someone told him about the Konami code and how it works. My guess is that the BigBad in the sequel is giving the code to rogue programs to mess with computer systems and video games. The big bad's ultimate goal is to use the Konami Code to Take over the Computer/Video game world and the real world.




world.[[WMG: ''Wreck-it Ralph'' will soon have a TV special(s)]]





[[WMG: Felix didn't know that Q*Bert had been unplugged, and it wasn't for selfish reasons.]]
You don't have to assume that Felix was unwilling to give up being the [[AHeroToHisHometown hero]] in order to explain this. It's pretty obvious from the film that the Nicelanders worship the ground that Felix walks on, and so it makes sense that they might continually have been asking him to social events. [[ExtremeDoormat Because Felix couldn't say no]], he found himself with no time to venture outside the game.

[[WMG: In the sequel, Felix and Calhoun will become a BattleCouple and/or Calhoun will display ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend tendencies.]]

[[WMG: If Felix and Calhoun got married at the end...]]
...does that mean Felix's full name is now Felix Calhoun? Because I doubt Tamora would change her name (besides not being the type to do that, it'd mess with the game). Besides, did Felix even ''have'' a last name before?
* It would seem that Fix-It is just a title and not a last name, similar to the "Super" in Super Mario (Tamora probably just called Ralph and Felix "Wreck-It" and "Fix-It" because they have no last names and she was on a formal basis with them at the time, so she went with the only non-first-name component of their full names that they had). Also, given that Felix has no last name and yet has a "Junior" at the end of his given name, that would make for a strange combination (Fix-It Felix Jr. Calhoun?). In any event, I think that Felix would either take her last name at least symbolically (he'd still technically be Fix-It Felix Jr. "from the game Fix-It Felix Jr.", but would call himself Felix Calhoun) or neither of the couple's names would change.

[[WMG: The sequel, if there'll be one, will feature a Presidential Election at Sugar Rush and Vanellope's main (if not only) opponent will play on the voter's fears Vanellope might execute them for real]]
Or the opponent might also fear that.



[[WMG: The BigBad in the sequel will be a genuinely nice hero-turned-villain.]]
Originating from a NintendoHard game, he became quite broken over dying repeatedly in his very own game. Believing the villains to have an easier life than the heroes, he left his own game in an attempt to become a villain. While he fails at actually being evil, he ends up causing massive trouble anyhow. He ends up pulling off a HeelFaceTurn after a MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment when he inevitably causes a serious catastrophe.

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\n\n[[WMG: Felix didn't know that Q*Bert had been unplugged, and it wasn't for selfish reasons.]]\nYou don't have to assume that Felix was unwilling to give up being the [[AHeroToHisHometown hero]] in order to explain this. It's pretty obvious from the film that the Nicelanders worship the ground that Felix walks on, and so it makes sense that they might continually have been asking him to social events. [[ExtremeDoormat Because Felix couldn't say no]], he found himself with no time to venture outside the game. \n\n[[WMG: In the sequel, Felix and Calhoun will become a BattleCouple and/or Calhoun will display ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend tendencies.]]

[[WMG: If Felix and Calhoun got married at the end...]]
...does that mean Felix's full name is now Felix Calhoun? Because I doubt Tamora would change her name (besides not being the type to do that, it'd mess with the game). Besides, did Felix even ''have'' a last name before?
* It would seem that Fix-It is just a title and not a last name, similar to the "Super" in Super Mario (Tamora probably just called Ralph and Felix "Wreck-It" and "Fix-It" because they have no last names and she was on a formal basis with them at the time, so she went with the only non-first-name component of their full names that they had). Also, given that Felix has no last name and yet has a "Junior" at the end of his given name, that would make for a strange combination (Fix-It Felix Jr. Calhoun?). In any event, I think that Felix would either take her last name at least symbolically (he'd still technically be Fix-It Felix Jr. "from the game Fix-It Felix Jr.", but would call himself Felix Calhoun) or neither of the couple's names would change.

[[WMG:
]][[WMG: The sequel, if there'll be one, will feature a Presidential Election at Sugar Rush and Vanellope's main (if not only) opponent will play on the voter's fears Vanellope might execute them for real]]
Or the opponent might also fear that.



that.[[WMG: The BigBad in the sequel will be a genuinely nice hero-turned-villain.]]
Originating
]]Originating from a NintendoHard game, he became quite broken over dying repeatedly in his very own game. Believing the villains to have an easier life than the heroes, he left his own game in an attempt to become a villain. While he fails at actually being evil, he ends up causing massive trouble anyhow. He ends up pulling off a HeelFaceTurn after a MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment when he inevitably causes a serious catastrophe.






[[WMG: [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Gill]] is the only character capable of bending the "if you die in another game, you can't respawn rule".]]
Gill has the ability to resurrect when he is knocked out (but only once per round), so technically he could resurrect himself if he went Turbo and dies in the game he Turbo'd.




Same reason why they do in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''. ''Wreck-it Ralph'' actually ''does'' share part of its target audience with the [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} Pokémon anime]], and since Disney already has SelfDemonstrating/{{Groot}} they can probably find some way to play it [[PlayedForLaughs for laughs]].

[[WMG: The sequel will focus on {{MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame}}s]]
Through one way or another, the heroes [[TrappedInTVLand get sucked into the world wide web]], and get bounced around various {{Expy}}s of famous online games, like WorldOfWarcraft, VideoGame/TeamFortress2, VideoGame/CallOfDuty[=/=]{{Battlefield}}, etc., with Ralph and his crew often going various {{ArtShift}}s with the games ([[UnusuallyUninterestingSight often getting written off as either]] [[VirtualPaperDoll avatars made from in-game customization, or fan-based modding]]). The main conflict will arise with having to deal with players who have cases of {{GIFT}} ([[{{Bowdlerise}} there's no cursing or sexual content, naturally]], but the intent to annoy or bully other players would be at the forefront - some of it PlayedForLaughs {{Troll}}ing, others being [[DarkerAndEdgier considerably more nasty]], [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain like mocking certain players for being foreign, handicapped, etc.]]), and eventually allying with underdog players who want to stop these {{Troll}}s from ruining their games. An overall BigBad may be an {{Expy}} of Youtube's infamous "[[BigBrotherIsWatching Content ID]]" system, [[GoneHorriblyWrong which goes haywire and starts to tear the very internet apart]], EldritchAbomination style - and since EverythingIsOnline, that doesn't just threaten games, but virtually the entire world!

[[WMG:Bad-Anon is for troubled Anti-Heroes too. And we'll see it in the Sequel.]]
That is why we see Zangief in it - his games did tend to portray him as having a less sympathetic backstory. I mean seriously, how often do you choose to play AS Zangief in Street Fighter? A guy like VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog, for example, would be perfectly welcome to come if he was having trouble coping with being expected to be gloomy and feeling like he was always playing second fiddle to Sonic. Or Wario might come because he's sick of being the bad guy even when he's a good guy. They might not be actively the villains of their games, but you do NOT want those kinds of guys going Turbo.

[[WMG: Freddy, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, BB and the Marionette will be in the villain convention in the sequel.]]
And they will talk about how they are constantly being mistaken for bad guys, when they just want to play. They will also have a harder time being accepted than Ralph who decides to help them.


[[WMG: If ever a franchise had an arcade game, their entire universe is accessible from GCS.]]
My random explanation for why Modern Sonic and Eggman show up in the movie. The few Sonic arcade games allowed anything and anyone from the franchise to enter any of the Game Central Station areas around the world. It also goes the other way around, meaning that Ralph could enter the entire Sonicverse from ''Sonic The Fighters''.

Also, it's not just for Sonic, in case that wasn't obvious.

[[WMG: [[{{RuleThirtyFour}} Somewhere out there is a fan-video/parody where Ralph stumbles in to Custer's Revenge.]]]]
Of course, you'd have to ignore the fact that it never had an arcade version. ([[SarcasmMode I can't imagine why]]).

[[WMG:Calhoun isn't triggered by "dynamite gal" in particular.]]
Her programming, just like it sets off memories of her backstory when it's mentioned, is set so she has memories of Brad complimenting her whenever ''any'' male she's attracted to compliments her, and the memories are always altered so Brad is saying the same compliment. I.E., had Felix said she was an amazing woman, she would've had flashbacks to Brad calling her an amazing woman instead.

[[WMG:Turbo is ''VideoGame/{{Bubsy}}''.]]
When you think about it, they have a lot of similarities: MascotWithAttitude? Check! White and red clothing? Check! Near-perpetual CheshireCatGrin? Check! Reputation as TheScrappy? Check![[note]]Though Turbo is only a Scrappy InUniverse.[[/note]] Plus, it would explain why Bubsy hasn't had a game in years: [[spoiler:He's been too busy taking over other games, and now he's dead.]]

[[WMG:The InUniverse counterpart of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' will make an appearance in the sequel.]]

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Same reason why they do in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''. ''Wreck-it Ralph'' actually ''does'' share part of its target audience with the [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} Pokémon anime]], and since Disney already has SelfDemonstrating/{{Groot}} they can probably find some way to play it [[PlayedForLaughs for laughs]].

laughs]].[[WMG: The sequel will focus on {{MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame}}s]]
Through one way or another, the heroes [[TrappedInTVLand get sucked into the world wide web]], and get bounced around various {{Expy}}s of famous online games, like WorldOfWarcraft, VideoGame/TeamFortress2, VideoGame/CallOfDuty[=/=]{{Battlefield}}, etc., with Ralph and his crew often going various {{ArtShift}}s with the games ([[UnusuallyUninterestingSight often getting written off as either]] [[VirtualPaperDoll avatars made from in-game customization, or fan-based modding]]). The main conflict will arise with having to deal with players who have cases of {{GIFT}} ([[{{Bowdlerise}} there's no cursing or sexual content, naturally]], but the intent to annoy or bully other players would be at the forefront - some of it PlayedForLaughs {{Troll}}ing, others being [[DarkerAndEdgier considerably more nasty]], [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain like mocking certain players for being foreign, handicapped, etc.]]), and eventually allying with underdog players who want to stop these {{Troll}}s from ruining their games. An overall BigBad may be an {{Expy}} of Youtube's infamous "[[BigBrotherIsWatching Content ID]]" system, [[GoneHorriblyWrong which goes haywire and starts to tear the very internet apart]], EldritchAbomination style - and since EverythingIsOnline, that doesn't just threaten games, but virtually the entire world!

[[WMG:Bad-Anon is for troubled Anti-Heroes too. And we'll see it in the Sequel.]]
That is why we see Zangief in it - his games did tend to portray him as having a less sympathetic backstory. I mean seriously, how often do you choose to play AS Zangief in Street Fighter? A guy like VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog, for example, would be perfectly welcome to come if he was having trouble coping with being expected to be gloomy and feeling like he was always playing second fiddle to Sonic. Or Wario might come because he's sick of being the bad guy even when he's a good guy. They might not be actively the villains of their games, but you do NOT want those kinds of guys going Turbo.

[[WMG: Freddy, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, BB and the Marionette will be in the villain convention in the sequel.]]
And they will talk about how they are constantly being mistaken for bad guys, when they just want to play. They will also have a harder time being accepted than Ralph who decides to help them.


[[WMG: If ever a franchise had an arcade game, their entire universe is accessible from GCS.]]
My random explanation for why Modern Sonic and Eggman show up in the movie. The few Sonic arcade games allowed anything and anyone from the franchise to enter any of the Game Central Station areas around the world. It also goes the other way around, meaning that Ralph could enter the entire Sonicverse from ''Sonic The Fighters''.

Also, it's not just for Sonic, in case that wasn't obvious.

[[WMG: [[{{RuleThirtyFour}} Somewhere out there is a fan-video/parody where Ralph stumbles in to Custer's Revenge.]]]]
Of course, you'd have to ignore the fact that it never had an arcade version. ([[SarcasmMode I can't imagine why]]).

[[WMG:Calhoun isn't triggered by "dynamite gal" in particular.]]
Her programming, just like it sets off memories of her backstory when it's mentioned, is set so she has memories of Brad complimenting her whenever ''any'' male she's attracted to compliments her, and the memories are always altered so Brad is saying the same compliment. I.E., had Felix said she was an amazing woman, she would've had flashbacks to Brad calling her an amazing woman instead.

[[WMG:Turbo is ''VideoGame/{{Bubsy}}''.]]
When you think about it, they have a lot of similarities: MascotWithAttitude? Check! White and red clothing? Check! Near-perpetual CheshireCatGrin? Check! Reputation as TheScrappy? Check![[note]]Though Turbo is only a Scrappy InUniverse.[[/note]] Plus, it would explain why Bubsy hasn't had a game in years: [[spoiler:He's been too busy taking over other games, and now he's dead.]]

[[WMG:The
world![[WMG:The InUniverse counterpart of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' will make an appearance in the sequel.]]




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[[folder: Meta]]
[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' was in DevelopmentHell because it was originally planned as an adaptation of ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'']]
The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon has always been known for adaptations of other material, and of video games, ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' is the best known. In addition, because Disney owns the rights to the [[Film/SuperMarioBros film adaptation]], Disney thought they still had the film rights to the franchise. However, Nintendo [[TitleDrop wrecked]] the idea at some point.
* Dang, that would have been incredible. An animated, true-to-the-source Mario adaption by Disney would have rocked!
* As much as I'd like to see a Disney Mario movie, I doubt it's the case. If they evidently have the rights to have Bowser appear, you'd think that they could do a Mario adaptation if they wanted to.
** Unless Nintendo specifically objected to the ''way'' their characters were being used. Someone may have felt that making you feel bad about beating up Donkey Kong is probably not a good way to sell new games starring the guy who beats up Donkey Kong.
*** Except that Nintendo's [[VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry already done that]], and most new Mario games aren't about beating up Donkey Kong anyway.
** As far as the If they have the rights to Bowser et al, why not Mario, it's because the license rights for Mario and Luigi was too high for the film's budget.
*** '''Untrue''' - WordOfGod is that the "too much for license rights" was a joke that got [[GodNeverSaidThat taken unintendedly seriously]] [[WordOfDante by the fanbase]].
*** Also, the film makers apparently did want to include Mario but worried that such a high profile character would be really really difficult to put into the movie because 1) people would want to see him do something significant, 2) the film makers would want him to do something significant (interact with Felix for instance) but to do so would mean a prolonged appearance that might diminish the overall quality of both film and appearance. The same source also notes that even with the existing characters, there were nitpicking among companies - Capcom, Sega, and Nintendo all wanted their characters to be big(ger) such that at one point, they ended up looking bigger than Ralph! The producers had to find a compromise to appease them. Nintendo also nitpicked over whether Bowser was holding his coffee correctly. On the flip side, some companies were so enthused about the film in general that they allowed the film to include extra characters for no additional licensing.

[[WMG: If there is a videogame of this movie made, it will have multiple endings.]]
Based on choices made, Ralph can either learn to love his old job, become a hero in ''Hero's Duty'', become an unusual sort of racer in ''Sugar Rush'', or several other possible endings, the end result either way being that Ralph finds his happiness.
* What about the [[BadEnding Bad Endings]]?
[[WMG: Creator/NorioWakamoto, Creator/KentaMiyake, and Creator/JunichiKanemaru will reprise their respective roles as [[StreetFighter M. Bison, Zangief]], and SonicTheHedgehog in the film's Japanese dub.]]
Since Gerald C. Rivers and Creator/RogerCraigSmith have done the same in the original English version, it's only matter of time before Wakamoto and Kanemaru return as Bison and Sonic in the Japanese version. As for Zangief, hopefully Disney will convince Anthony Landor to reprise his role, and Miyake will do the same.
* At least the Sonic part is confirmed
[[WMG: Q*Bert and Co will see a real life resurgence in popularity and start appearing in modern games, even [[FirstPersonShooter FPSs]].]]
Or as close to it as lawyers will allow. Q-Bert is currently owned by Columbia Tristar, a subsidiary of Sony.
* Sony makes games. Heck, if this film causes a resurgence in Q*Bert's popularity, he could become the mascot character for the Playstation 4![[note]]but probably not[[/note]]
* Confirmed. Q*Bert did indeed return in Q*Bert Rebooted.
[[WMG: Ralph will appear in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros 4'']]
It's only a matter of time. Maybe as EasterEgg of sorts...
* Does Sonic and All Stars Racing Transform do until then?[[WMG: Wreck-It Ralph showing up in ''Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed'' is because of his antics [[spoiler:and heroics.]]]]
Let's face it - Sonic's always one to buck trends and follow his heart. He told [[VideoGame/SonicAndTheBlackKnight Merlina]] that he didn't care if he had to play the bad guy and he's told Eggman that [[VideoGame/SonicColors no sort of copyright law was going to stop him.]] Despite everything that happened, what better way to reward a man [[spoiler:that saved three video game worlds and so many more]] by giving him a spot in a new game?
* Might be also why Honey the Cat will show up in the re-release of ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters'' - after all [[spoiler:leaving a potential character out in the cold is ''no good'']].[[WMG: Games/Cameos/References to be in the next movie....]]
[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZBSTUBCpWo As stated in this interview with director: Rich Moore has plans for a sequel.]] The question would be what game would be apart of the sequel? It's obvious since the movie was a success Nintendo may want to put more of there characters in there movie so...

'''Nintendo''':
* Franchise/SuperMarioBros: Mario and Luigi will finally have a cameo, albeit the one that was missing the first movie. In the sequel, they would have a bigger role since it focuses on console gaming.
** VideoGame/WarioLand: Wario will be a front person for heroic bad guys. Founding the inverse of the support group that appeared in the first movie.
* Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda: Just for RuleOfCool (and to see Ganondorf in Badanon)
* VideoGame/SuperSmashBros: Wouldn't that just be great to see Ralph as a trophy or Master Hand making an appearance somewhere?
* VideoGame/StarFox: Maybe Fox and Falco could be in Tapper? Peppy helping Ralph and the crew?
* VideoGame/{{F-Zero}}: It will be a missed opportunity if Captain Falcon doesn't appear in Sugar Rush or somewhere.
* Franchise/{{Kirby}}: King Dee Dee appearance anyone?
* VideoGame/PunchOut: [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Originally, Glass Joe was going to appear in Tapper.]] The sequel should have a reference.
* VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}: [[MindScrew Giygas]]. That's all.
* [[VideoGame/KidIcarus Kid]] [[VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising Icarus]]: The banter in Uprsing will fit the tone of this movie's style.
* VideoGame/WarioWare: 9-Volt, Mona, or Ashley would be nice.
* VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}: Olimar and the Pikmin should appear somewhere.
* VideoGame/{{Metroid}}: Although, Samus could still appear if she doesn't Ridley would well.
* Franchise/FireEmblem: If no cameos from a specific game, I guess the generic enemies of the series could appear.
* Franchise/ProfessorLayton: Don't tell me it wouldn't be awesome to see the Professor cracking a case in the background.
* Franchise/SpyroTheDragon: Classic Spyro's attitude would definitely fit the world.

'''Sega:'''

* VideoGame/NiGHTSIntoDreams: Since that and Sonic are both creations of Yuji Naka I wouldn't be surprised if NiGHTS's there or some kind of reference.
* [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Project DIVA]]: There is an arcade version ([[NoExportForYou in Japan at least]]) And there were some cameos of characters not from VideoGames (like the [[Disney/MeetTheRobinsons The T. Rex]] and Music/{{Skrillex}}).
* Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog.
* VideoGame/PhantasyStarOnline: If the sequel deals with MMO's and online gaming this should be a no-brainer.
* VideoGame/StreetsOfRage: If Final Fight makes an appearance, I don't see why not.
* VideoGame/GoldenAxe: Death Adder making appearance?
* VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}: Makes sense, right?
* VideoGame/CrazyTaxi: Surprised that this game didn't appear at least.
* VideoGame/EccoTheDolphin: Would probably be limited to a background appearance, unless someone got lost in a game with a sea or beach-themed level.

'''Konami:'''
* Franchise/MetalGear: When you can have [[MortalKombat Kano]] appear in this movie and Snake appear in [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl]] any game in the Ms is fair game, licensing aside
* VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution (the 2013 game) as well as other BEMANI titles.
* The TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles arcade game.
* VideoGame/{{Gradius}} or VideoGame/{{Otomedius}}.

'''Sony''': Though I'm not sure if there are any arcade games in the listed franchises.
* Franchise/SlyCooper,
* Franchise/JakAndDaxter,
* Franchise/RatchetAndClank.

'''Namco''':
* VideoGame/{{Tekken}}: Surprising there was no reference in the last movie, maybe in this one.
* VideoGame/TimeCrisis: VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead got in for light-guns, this should as well.
* [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soulcaliber/Edge]].

'''Capcom''':
* VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3: Disney does own Marvel now.
* Franchise/ResidentEvil: Nemesis or Wesker would do fine.
* VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe: Honestly, he would fit. BreakingTheFourthWall and acknowledging it's a movie should do fine.
* VideoGame/MegamanLegends: Tron Bonne and the Servbots, should make an appearance.
* VideoGame/DuckTales and VideoGame/ChipNDaleRescueRangers: RuleOfCool and Rule of MythologyGag.
** If this happens, there will be some reference to Launchpad's DarkHorseVictory as Greatest Video Game Sidekick of All Time.
* VideoGame/FinalFight: More BeatEmUps are needed.

'''WB Games/Midway/Netherealms''':
* VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}: Maxwell summoning stuff from his notepad, eh?
* VideoGame/MortalKombat's return.
* Doubtful, but maybe a minor reference to the [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum Arkham]] [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity series]]? Or, maybe VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs?
** Maybe the characters themselves won't appear, but the villain of the sequel will steal some of Scarecrow's fear gas and spray one of the heroes with it to slow them down. Probably Calhoun, given her {{Dark And Troubled|Past}} backstory. She'll go wild trying to kill imaginary Cy-Bugs, and the others will be dodging and trying to calm her down.

'''Valve''':
* ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' and ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'': [[UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} Valve and the internet go hand in hand.]] Plus it would lampshade episode 3' DevelopmentHell
* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': [[RuleOfFunny same reason as]] VideoGame/BlazBlue [[AllBlueEntry below]]. Ralph has appeared alongside Pyro, Heavy and Spy in the PC version of ''Sonic and All Stars Racing Transform''. "It is good day to be [[BigFun giant men]]!"
* [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} Portal and Portal 2]]: [[GLaDOS GLaDOS]] did get a reference in the first movie.
* Being one of the most well-known videogame icons, Gabe Newell himself. He isn't new to making cameo appearances.

'''Square Enix''':
* VideoGame/KingdomHearts: Surprised no one mentioned it. Though the big problem is how do you make a crossover of ''two'' [[MassiveMultiplayerCrossover Massive Multiplayer Crossovers]]?

'''Id Software''':
* {{VideoGame/Doom}}: If Doomguy doesn't appear, at least the BFG 9000 should.
* {{Quake}}: Goes well with VideoGame/TeamFortress2.

'''Other''':
* VideoGame/DukeNukem: "I waited thirteen years. It wasn't worth it."
* VideoGame/BlazBlue: Cause it will be [[RuleOfFunny ridiculous]]
* VideoGame/{{Touhou}}: Maybe as a GeekBonus?
* VideoGame/TombRaider: Lara Croft, as a kind of BrickJoke.
* VideoGame/SeriousSam: Same reason as VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe. Also it would absolutely hilarious to have a [[MascotMook Headless Kamikaze]] at the Bad-Anon meeting, talking about his life in an oddly intellectual way (much like in the BFE trailers) despite, y'know, lacking a head.
* VideoGame/PokerNightAtTheInventory: If the ''[[{{Bowdlerise}} unBowdlerised]]'' Tapper managed to make it in, why not this? The Inventory is a place where videogame characters hang out in their free time after all.
* VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3: [[BearsAreBadNews The war bear.]] For viewers who aren't familiar with the game, it would be a [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment completely random cameo]]
** Random graffiti of several of [[VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberium Nod's]] slogans like "Kane lives in death!" or "Peace through power!" on the walls. That or Kane actually being a very nice guy (he did gave Havoc his autograph).
* I can totally see Sora from Kingdom hearts appearing. (Actually more likely a Wreck-It Ralph world in Kingdom Hearts) but "Nemesis would do fine!?" You are aware this is a "kids movie" from "DISNEY" right? Why not throw in realistic rotting Zombies and Lisa Trevor for good measure?
* What? No love for [[Creator/SNKPlaymore SNK]] stuff? Needs moar KOF stuff, please!
* Needs more ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}''.
* [[BlinxtheTimeSweeper Blinx the Time Sweeper]]: If someone died outside of their game, he could use a Rewind Time Crystal to revive them.[[WMG: In the sequel, Fix-It Felix Sr. will be played by]]
* [[Series/ThirtyRock Alec Baldwin]]
* Creator/RonHoward would be a better choice in this troper's opinion. [[http://thatsitmommy.com/2012/11/wreck-it-ralph-junket-qa-director-rich-moore/ Rich Moore himself even claimed that he would like to have him voice the character.]]
* Creator/AdamWest. His voice conveys a sense of grim determination that Junior struggles to live up to, and he's done similar cameos in Disney films of the past decade.[[WMG: MadWritter's guess for ''Wreck-It Ralph'''s DVD Bonuses]]
* {{MST}} from the heroes (Felix, Ralph, Vanellope and Tammy)
* DVDCommentary from Richard Moore.
* Behind the Scenes
* Trailers
** Teaser Trailer
** Official Trailer #2
** Fake ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' commercial
** Fake ''Sugar Rush'' commercial
** Fake ''Hero Duty'' commercial
* [[spoiler:A 3D cartoon taking place after the movie having Ralph and Ms. Schweetz trapped in Puzzle Castle.]]
* A fake 2D ''Fix-It Felix'' cartoon from the 1980s.
* A fake 2D ''Sugar Rush'' pilot for a cartoon from the 1990s.
* A storybook where you can choose a character (Felix, Ralph, Tammy, or Vanellope) to read the story to you or you can read it by yourself.
* DVD-ROM version of ''Hero Duty'' comic
* DVD-ROM version of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' game.
* DVD-ROM version of ''Hero's Duty'' game that acts similar to "Doom".
* DVD-Rom version of ''Sugar Rush'' game that uses a mouse instead of a keyboard.
[[WMG: [[http://soundcloud.com/danieledwards/chance-to-be-the-hero This song]] will become AscendedFanon]]
Please let this be true...And besides, it would make sense if they put it in, seeing as {{I Want Song}}s tend to get awards for some reason.[[WMG: Felix will become a FountainOfMemes]]
'Cause I see memetic potential in more than one of his lines...
-->''[[UnusualEuphemism Jimminy jamminy!]]''\\
''[[DeathIsCheap *dies and respawns*]] It's okay! ImOkay!''\\
''[[BlessedWithSuck WHY DO I FIX EVERYTHING I TOUCH?]]''
* Oh, it's already happened. Trust me. Thanks to him, there are enough memes from this film as a whole to possibly warrant its own page on here (if the YMMV page doesn't reopen anytime soon).
** ...Well then, I guess I can say IKnewIt.
** I think "Felix struts/dances while I play fitting music" (not under that name) may already be one.
[[WMG: This movie will boost the sales of games showcased in it]]
Maybe certain games will be rebooted or get sequels. At the least it'll prove profitable for series that are already big.[[WMG: Dr. Wily wasn't in the movie because Mega Man wasn't either.]]
Note how for almost any given villain, their hero is also in the movie (perhaps has a parallel to Felix and Ralph). Perhaps similar to Mario, they couldn't figure out how to get Wily in without Mega Man and Mega Man himself couldn't be fit in. Mega Man might not have fit in well because unlike Mario and Sonic, he's a pretty aggressive hero - he'd be able to take on Cy-Bugs pretty handily so including him might have induced FridgeLogic.
* But Bowser is in it and Mario isn't.
* Mario is in the universe, he just doesn't appear on-screen. He was invited to the Fix-It Felix Jr. 30th Anniversary.[[WMG: There will be [[{{Defictionalization}} actual]] ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'', ''Hero's Duty'', and ''Sugar Rush'' machines in real arcades at some point in the future.]]
* And, to play with Vanellope, you'll have to use some special move to "activate" the "glitch." Come ON, Disney! That's too awesome not to happen. '''SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!'''
** Doesn't anyone remember that Disney made actual arcade cabinets of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.''?? They were one of the first pieces of advertising for the film! It's just that they're in limited supply.
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[[WMG: Viewtiful Joe will gain MediumAwareness]]
A movie that has a cameo where a game character that enters movies knowing full well that he is in a movie now knows he's actually part of a game just might be able to see that the events that occur in the plot are actually parts of a movie. [[CassandraTruth Of course no one believes him]].

[[WMG: Ralph's leaving will cause his future rendition of himself ceasing to exist in Wreck-It Ralph Jr., where Fix-It Felix will most likely Travel back 'in time' to the original Wreck-It Ralph machine to conquer the video game Multiverse, or at least his games]]
Think about it, the original plot of Donkey Kong was that Mario had a pet gorilla (DK) who he treated badly, so DK kidnapped Pauline/Lady so that he could protect her...but since Disney is known for making stories softer and less blatant, they concept some sort of storyline where Ralph was merely misunderstood with situations like tearing down his own home (and possibly squeezing in some sort of environmental impact).

Ralph leaving his own game causes himself to not exist in WiR Jr, assuming that the film takes place in the present, thus actually a bunch of Ralphs hailing from games that was produced in the 80's and 90's, Felix goes mad with power, possibly stealing knowledge from other video game characters as he goes, possibly having Wreck-It Ralph Jr as a henchman.

Ralph saves the day, becoming Fix-It Ralph in the progress, becoming friends with the original Felix, repairing whatever destruction the "Future" Felix had caused, and remembering that although he was once a villain, he should know that villains are characters too.
* Possibly jossed. At the moment it seems implied that these are characters in individual cabinets, kind of like Kidd Radd. Of course, this now requires you to figure out why an arcade Sonic game with a modern Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik design, or possibly an arcade game with Bowser.
* Well there's Mario Kart Arcade GP games, which I'm pretty sure feature Bowser as a playable character.
* I've seen a Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing arcade machine...
** In addition to the two Kart games mentioned above, Bowser also appears in Vs. Super Mario Bros. And that's not counting the console titles utilized by [=PlayChoice-10=] or the Nintendo Super System.

[[WMG: Inversions of "I can fix it" and "Fix-It Felix" will appear.]]
[[IKnewIt Calling it]] when Felix has a HeroicBSOD he will say "I can't fix it", and when Ralph fights the final boss, the by standing crowd will cheer "WRECK-IT RALPH!"
* A HeroicBSOD looks very possible for Felix, judging from the trailer. He does get thrown into a prison cell at some point and [[PowerIncontinence literally cannot break himself out]], and just before Ralph shows up to rescue him, [[BreakTheCutie Felix looks rather depressed]]. [[{{Tearjerker}} Expect tears to ensue]].
* Could also lead to a double team effort. The entire terrain, at last one map in ''Sugar Rush'', taken over by Cy-Bugs. Ralph can only wreck. Felix can only fix. Cue unison cries of "I'm gonna wreck it!"/"I can fix it!" with Ralph destroying the Cy-Bug infection and Felix fixing the ''Sugar Rush'' in his wake.[[WMG: Ralph and Co. will become canon immigrants and become actual video game characters in real life.]]
After all, Ralph already makes an appearance in a Sonic Racer game. Not as a movie tie in but as a special character.

[[WMG: There ''will'' be a [[ActorAllusion Director Allusion]] for [[Creator.RichMoore Rich Moore]] at the Bad-Anon scene.]]
Most of us thought that only [[StreetFighter Zangief]] and [[PacMan Clyde]] would talk in that scene, but that was quickly proven wrong by later trailers in which [[MortalKombat Kano]] delivers a line ([[YouCantFightFate "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."]][[note]] (which is a fancy way of saying [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "I'm PROGRAMMED to rip people's hearts out myself".)]])[[/note]]. So probably the same will happen for everyone... except for [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser]] (and Mario fans [[SuperMarioSunshine sure as hell know why]]). How does a potentially-dialogue-heavy scene deal with this? Simply put: Bowser ''can'' talk, [[ButtMonkey but is constantly interrupted by the others]] (for example, he tries to say something but Eggman opens his mouth before he can). Now, where did this happen before? [[TheSimpsons Teenager Maggie in "Lisa's Wedding", anyone?]] [=-->=] theory by @/AlexSora89
* Actually, Bowser can be seen talking during the "bad guy affirmation" near the end of the Bad-Anon scene. You just can't hear him in the crowded speaking.
** Since you can't hear what he's even saying he could just be mumbling growls for all we know.

[[WMG: If there's a sequel, the Angry Birds will cameo.]]
Oh God, there's an arcade game??

[[WMG: Calhoun, Felix, Ralph, and Vanellope will be unlockable characters in sequels to the games they visited]]
My idea works like this: although they will die for good if they die in a game that doesn't recognize them, they still left fragments of their code in the games they visited. [[spoiler:As King Candy!Turbo had hacked ''Sugar Rush'' to recognize him, it was his transformation into a Cy-Bug that did him in: ''Sugar Rush'' no longer recognized him]]. Now suppose a game is pulled for some kind of minor maintenance, and the programmer finds these code fragments. Rather than deleting what seems like dead code, he or she expands it. Possible ideas:
* Ralph: Can level uneven terrain to overcome barriers in ''Sugar Rush II''. Is the climber character in ''Hero's Duty II''.
* Felix: Repairs broken track in ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Calhoun: Only unlockable on the Sour Patch difficulty level of ''Sugar Rush II''.
* Vanellope: Will use her glitching to cause pieces of buildings to disintegrate in ''Hero's Duty II''.

[[WMG: If there is a sequel, the villain (or one of the villains) will be [[spoiler:the unknown person who Turbo shared the Konami Code with or vice versa.]]]]
[[spoiler:Look closely at the scene where Turbo opens the 'code chamber'; the code is scrawled on a napkin from Tapper's. You'd think if Turbo were the original discoverer of the secret, he'd never have written it down anywhere or needed to (it's not like the Konami Code is hard to memorize, and writing down the keys to this kind of power is ''beyond moronic'' if you never have any intention to share it!). No, the fact that the Konami Code was ''written down'' means that at some point someone was teaching it to someone else. So, [[ThePhantomMenace which one was Turbo -- the master, or the apprentice?]]]]
* It's possible that the answer is [[spoiler:[[TakeAThirdOption neither]]]]. [[spoiler:Turbo]] could have been in Tapper's and gotten it out of, or overhead it from, a character who'd had the Code used on their game, so he had to scribble it on the first thing at hand, the napkin. It's possible that the character didn't even know what the Code did, and [[spoiler:Turbo]] only realized its potential because he's old enough/was desperate enough to realize what the other character was talking about, even if the speaker didn't.
* On another note, it's possible that [[spoiler:Turbo hasn't been in the code room]] for some time, maybe even years, and if he's only used a handful of times, it's reasonable that he might have forgotten it. On a semi-related note, it seems ironic that the inside of an arcade game might be one of the few places where memes like the Konami Code do not propagate.
** Which makes sense, considering that it would function as a ''literal'' {{Gamebreaker}}: Even if it didn't have unintended side-effects, it would still allow anyone who had it to mess with the very fabric of reality in any given game-world. Since it also seems that you don't need any technical acumen to use it, something like the Konami Code would be guarded like a weapon of mass destruction!

[[WMG: Sgt. Calhoun's backstory groom was already named Calhoun]]
Specifically, [[spoiler:Barney Calhoun because he was Put On A Bus after ''Half-Life 2'' Episode 1]]
* Jossed, her fiance, Brad, had brown hair and a LanternJawOfJustice. Maybe Barney is his brother?
** His name's Brad Scott, so unless someone changed their name...

[[WMG:[[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] will make a cameo in the sequel.]]
Only to serve as an inspiration for Vanellope during the races. And, yes. Giving his trademark [[MemeticMutation Falcon]] [[AscendedMeme Punch.]]

[[WMG: In the sequel, the BigBad will be Waluigi]]
He's secretly been plotting to take over all video games and was in fact the one to [[spoiler:teach Turbo the Konami Code]]. Ralph, Felix, Vanellope, and Calhoun will have to team up once again to prevent every day from becoming [[Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily Waluigi Time.]]
* It could be worse. [[VideoGame/{{Earthbound}} Giygas]] [[MindRape could easily fuck with everybody's mind in the station.]] Don't be surprised when you see kids in therapy...
** Giygas isn't exactly an arcade character, though.

[[WMG: Possible games that Ralph and his friends will go to in the sequel.]]
* Here's a rundown of games that might appear.
** The original Fix-It Felix Arcade Game.
** An online RPG game in the vain of [[Main/EverQuest EverQuest]]
** A fighting game that is a cross between [[Franchise/StreetFighter Street Fighter]] and [[Franchise/MortalKombat Mortal Kombat]]
*** Doubt it, as both of those games made a cameo in the first movie.
** A [[Franchise/TheSims Sims]] styled Game.
*** If ''Extreme E-Z Livin' 2'' from the deleted scenes makes it in, it would fill this slot.
** A game that combines the style and gameplay of ''Franchise/{{Starfox}}'' and ''VideoGame/CrimsonSkies'', with a heavy dose of {{Dieselpunk}}.

[[WMG: Not only will the sequel involve the original Fix-It Felix, but also later games in the series.]]
If Fix-It Felix is analogous to Mario, then there would have been many more games featuring Felix and Ralph. The versions of Felix and Ralph from other games in the series would be their own characters and possibly come into conflict with the ones we know.

[[WMG: Missingno. will be the BigBad in the sequel.]]
* And he will look [[http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs40/f/2009/018/7/c/Wild_Missingno__Appeared_by_warupua.jpg like this]] to the other characters.
* He also has a natural shape-shifting ability.
* Alternativelly, Missingno. will appear, but as one of the heroes (any experienced R/B glitcher will tell you, Missingno. is actually relatively harmlesss and rather useful), 'M and the other glitches (who can actually crash the game) will play the villains.
* Or, Missingno could be the villain or BigBad, but he takes the form of a bird. His true form is a horrific Eldritch Abomination that drives people temporarily insane and enjoys toying with them and turning them on each other. He can also create clones. which would explain the multiple evil Ralphs.

[[WMG: The events of the movie will cause some political reforms in the arcade.]]
Obviously the events of the movie were a serious incident that nearly led to two games being unplugged, so the characters will make some changes to avoid such a thing in the future. More than likely, we'll see the following things: 1. A council of representatives from each game to share information and discuss issues in each other's games. 2. A group of special ops forces consisted of characters from each game that investigates things like rogue characters (so someone like Turbo being able to infiltrate and take over Sugar Rush doesn't happen again). 3. A hidden beacon is installed in each game to prevent a Cybug infestation in the future. 4. A "bad guy awareness" campaign to encourage people to treat the bad guys of their games with respect and not to ostracize them, possibly also educating people that bad guys can't actually kill someone outside of their game just by touching them. 5. A system of helping characters from unplugged games find work and a place to live in games that can handle them.
** I'd be interested in seeing what the beacon in ''Tapper'' would look like.

[[WMG: Ralph will appear in a future ''KingdomHearts'' game]]
Which will present an opportunity for plenty of lampshade hanging and meta humor.

[[WMG: ''Wreck-It Ralph'' is a Disney adaptation of ''VideoGame/BadDudes'']]
Now hear me out! Ralph is a bad guy who learned that being bad is good and he likes to wreck stuff. Vanellope [[spoiler:is a princess (who becomes president) who]] has her position in the world taken by a mad man. Ralph is the one who saves the day.
* Thus, [[spoiler:Ralph was a bad enough dude to save the president]]

[[WMG: Electricity is magic.]]
That's why Surge Protector exists...and characters are alive.

[[WMG: Felix didn't know that Q*Bert had been unplugged, and it wasn't for selfish reasons.]]
You don't have to assume that Felix was unwilling to give up being the [[AHeroToHisHometown hero]] in order to explain this. It's pretty obvious from the film that the Nicelanders worship the ground that Felix walks on, and so it makes sense that they might continually have been asking him to social events. [[ExtremeDoormat Because Felix couldn't say no]], he found himself with no time to venture outside the game.

[[WMG: If Felix and Calhoun got married at the end...]]
...does that mean Felix's full name is now Felix Calhoun? Because I doubt Tamora would change her name (besides not being the type to do that, it'd mess with the game). Besides, did Felix even ''have'' a last name before?
* It would seem that Fix-It is just a title and not a last name, similar to the "Super" in Super Mario (Tamora probably just called Ralph and Felix "Wreck-It" and "Fix-It" because they have no last names and she was on a formal basis with them at the time, so she went with the only non-first-name component of their full names that they had). Also, given that Felix has no last name and yet has a "Junior" at the end of his given name, that would make for a strange combination (Fix-It Felix Jr. Calhoun?). In any event, I think that Felix would either take her last name at least symbolically (he'd still technically be Fix-It Felix Jr. "from the game Fix-It Felix Jr.", but would call himself Felix Calhoun) or neither of the couple's names would change.

[[WMG: [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Gill]] is the only character capable of bending the "if you die in another game, you can't respawn rule".]]
Gill has the ability to resurrect when he is knocked out (but only once per round), so technically he could resurrect himself if he went Turbo and dies in the game he Turbo'd.

[[WMG:Bad-Anon is for troubled Anti-Heroes too. And we'll see it in the Sequel.]]
That is why we see Zangief in it - his games did tend to portray him as having a less sympathetic backstory. I mean seriously, how often do you choose to play AS Zangief in Street Fighter? A guy like VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog, for example, would be perfectly welcome to come if he was having trouble coping with being expected to be gloomy and feeling like he was always playing second fiddle to Sonic. Or Wario might come because he's sick of being the bad guy even when he's a good guy. They might not be actively the villains of their games, but you do NOT want those kinds of guys going Turbo.

[[WMG: Freddy, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, BB and the Marionette will be in the villain convention in the sequel.]]
And they will talk about how they are constantly being mistaken for bad guys, when they just want to play. They will also have a harder time being accepted than Ralph who decides to help them.

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