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11th Jun '17 4:04:15 AM Anddrix
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* The hero was GenreSavvy enough to realize that SealedEvilInACan almost always escapes eventually. There was only one permanent solution: He had to burn the rope.

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* The hero was GenreSavvy smart enough to realize that SealedEvilInACan almost always escapes eventually. There was only one permanent solution: He had to burn the rope.
2nd Jan '17 2:30:56 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Uh... FreudWasRight?
21st Jun '15 10:05:49 PM nombretomado
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As [[http://snipurl.com/1ndwkm this]] clearly shows, The Grinning Colossus survives and escapes to [[KingdomOfLoathing Loathing.]] In fact, he may originally be from there.

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As [[http://snipurl.com/1ndwkm this]] clearly shows, The Grinning Colossus survives and escapes to [[KingdomOfLoathing [[VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing Loathing.]] In fact, he may originally be from there.
6th May '15 12:13:38 PM MegaMarioMan
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[[WMG: Alternately, VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is the MirrorUniverse of {{Spelunky}}]]

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[[WMG: Alternately, VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is the MirrorUniverse of {{Spelunky}}]]VideoGame/{{Spelunky}}]]
21st Nov '14 7:21:10 AM Ralph180
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[[WMG: Indykirby is [[{{WMG/Pokemon}} Ash]]'s father.]]

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[[WMG: Alternatively, Indykirby is VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'s descendant, and this happens in the future of Kirby.]]

The Grinning Colossus is a remnant of destroyed Dark Matter, and Indykirby was sent to destroy it. [[AntiVillain It is not really evil]], [[FantasticRacism but everyone has prejudices against it]] [[CaptainObvious for obvious reasons]], so it hides in some underground palace. [[{{Woobie}} Poor guy.]]

[[WMG: Indykirby is [[{{WMG/Pokemon}} Ash]]'s Jigglypuff]]'s father.]]
8th Nov '14 9:01:07 AM Tyranidsrock
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[[WMG: The game has some sort of hypnotism built in]]
That causes people to spend more time thinking about crossovers and the motivations of inanimate objects than is spent actually playing the game.
*Just look at the size of this page!
11th Jun '13 11:38:41 PM EarlOfSandvich
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[[WMG: VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a LotusEaterMachine that [[IWannabeTheguy The Kid]] is trapped in.]]

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[[WMG: VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a LotusEaterMachine that [[IWannabeTheguy [[VideoGame/IWannabeTheguy The Kid]] is trapped in.]]
23rd Apr '13 12:38:03 PM Lamiaceae
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[[WMG: YVideoGame/ouHaveToBurnTheRope is a LotusEaterMachine that [[IWannabeTheguy The Kid]] is trapped in.]]

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[[WMG: YVideoGame/ouHaveToBurnTheRope VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a LotusEaterMachine that [[IWannabeTheguy The Kid]] is trapped in.]]
14th Mar '13 11:42:31 AM willthiswork
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[[WMG: Indykirby is {{Kirby}}'s father.]]

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[[WMG: Indykirby is {{Kirby}}'s VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'s father.]]



Think about it. How many items are really in that area? Who could have told you that YouHaveToBurnTheRope? Now, the instructions appear on the screen without text boxes, which generally indicates a telepathic or omnipresent voice. The Grinning Colossus would have no need of such vocalization, as his grin clearly indicates that he has a mouth of his own. This leaves our speakers as the rope or the chandelier. The chandelier, however, is attatched to the rope, indicating a strong friendship between the two. Even if it were to perform a HeroicSacrifice, it would be far more likely to try and develop a plan that minimize the damage done to the rope (eg, You Have To Untie the Rope).
The only possible explanation is this: The rope, tired of being constantly stretched taut, is committing SuicideByCop. It is so desperate that it does not care that the chandelier will die as well; indeed, the rope will be happy to have its friend join it in the afterlife. The only death that can ensure the rope's complete and utter destruction is burning, so it creates a situation in which YouHaveToBurnTheRope and gives you instructions to that effect. The Grinning Colossus is, in fact, merely an illusion created by the rope to give you a motive to burn the rope.

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Think about it. How many items are really in that area? Who could have told you that YouHaveToBurnTheRope? VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope? Now, the instructions appear on the screen without text boxes, which generally indicates a telepathic or omnipresent voice. The Grinning Colossus would have no need of such vocalization, as his grin clearly indicates that he has a mouth of his own. This leaves our speakers as the rope or the chandelier. The chandelier, however, is attatched to the rope, indicating a strong friendship between the two. Even if it were to perform a HeroicSacrifice, it would be far more likely to try and develop a plan that minimize the damage done to the rope (eg, You Have To Untie the Rope).
The only possible explanation is this: The rope, tired of being constantly stretched taut, is committing SuicideByCop. It is so desperate that it does not care that the chandelier will die as well; indeed, the rope will be happy to have its friend join it in the afterlife. The only death that can ensure the rope's complete and utter destruction is burning, so it creates a situation in which YouHaveToBurnTheRope VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope and gives you instructions to that effect. The Grinning Colossus is, in fact, merely an illusion created by the rope to give you a motive to burn the rope.



* [[YouHaveToBurnTheRope Chandeliers]] [[VideoGame/IWannaBeTheGuy do not fall up!]]

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* [[YouHaveToBurnTheRope [[VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope Chandeliers]] [[VideoGame/IWannaBeTheGuy do not fall up!]]
14th Mar '13 11:24:28 AM willthiswork
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[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a treatise against sexuality, or at least polygamy.]]

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[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a treatise against sexuality, or at least polygamy.]]



[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a jab at overly difficult puzzle bosses.]]

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[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a jab at overly difficult puzzle bosses.]]



[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a cross between VideoGame/DrMario and OsmosisJones.]]

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[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a cross between VideoGame/DrMario and OsmosisJones.]]



[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope is the MirrorUniverse of VideoGame/IWannaBeTheGuy]]

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[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is the MirrorUniverse of VideoGame/IWannaBeTheGuy]]



[[WMG: Alternately, YouHaveToBurnTheRope is the MirrorUniverse of {{Spelunky}}]]

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[[WMG: Alternately, YouHaveToBurnTheRope VideoGame/YouHaveToBurnTheRope is the MirrorUniverse of {{Spelunky}}]]



[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope is a LotusEaterMachine that [[IWannabeTheguy The Kid]] is trapped in.]]

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[[WMG: YouHaveToBurnTheRope YVideoGame/ouHaveToBurnTheRope is a LotusEaterMachine that [[IWannabeTheguy The Kid]] is trapped in.]]



[[WMG: Indy!Kirby ''is'' {{Kirby}}]]

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[[WMG: Indy!Kirby ''is'' {{Kirby}}]]VideoGame/{{Kirby}}]]



[[WMG: This game is a sequel to ShadowOfTheColossus.]]

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[[WMG: This game is a sequel to ShadowOfTheColossus.VideoGame/ShadowOfTheColossus.]]
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