History WebVideo / EverymanHYBRID

29th Sep '17 11:37:57 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* {{Badass}}: The crowner is implied by [[spoiler:Candleverse!Evan]] to be [[spoiler:Dr. Corenthal]] in "-.-.":
-->[[spoiler:'''Evan''']]: He put up a hell of a fight, though. Guy was a fuckin' champ.\\
'''Vinny''': You, of all people, would know.\\
[[spoiler:'''Evan''']]: Oh, shit, yeah, man, right here. *points to his own forehead, mimes pulling trigger, throws head back to indicate a point-blank shotgun blast* Boom.
** This is eventually paid off by [[spoiler:Dr. Corenthal's appearance in "The property", including (but not limited to) his BadassBoast, detailed immediately below.]]
28th Sep '17 6:11:37 PM LukeLynch
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* {{Badass}}: The crowner is implied by [[spoiler:Candleverse!Evan]] to be [[spoiler:Dr. Corenthal]] in "-.-.":
-->[[spoiler:'''Evan''']]: He put up a hell of a fight, though. Guy was a fuckin' champ.\\
'''Vinny''': You, of all people, would know.\\
[[spoiler:'''Evan''']]: Oh, shit, yeah, man, right here. *points to his own forehead, mimes pulling trigger, throws head back to indicate a point-blank shotgun blast* Boom.
** This is eventually paid off by [[spoiler:Dr. Corenthal's appearance in "The property", including (but not limited to) his BadassBoast, detailed immediately below.]]



-->[[spoiler:"When those monsters are ready, they don't need an appointment. Cause the doctor is in."]]

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-->[[spoiler:"When those monsters are ready, [the monsters] come for me, they don't need to make an appointment. Cause appointment, 'cause the doctor doctor...is in."]]
28th Sep '17 5:54:14 PM LukeLynch
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** We get another full crossover with WebVideo/TribeTwelve in "Severance"/"Bridge To Nowhere", in which HABIT teleports Noah to the "safe house", AKA [[spoiler:Apartment 3103]] (in a manner similar to what Vincent experienced in "The Property") for a lesson on how to use the Collective symbol. In part two, HABIT kicks Noah out of the house, leading him to stumble into a bizarre [[EldritchLocation netherworld]] believed by many viewers to be The Candleverse. While in said realm, Noah has a run-in with a seemingly alive Jeff, who warns him not to listen to either HABIT or Firebrand (insisting that suicide is his best option).]]

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** We get another full crossover with WebVideo/TribeTwelve in "Severance"/"Bridge To Nowhere", in which HABIT teleports Noah to the "safe house", AKA [[spoiler:Apartment 3103]] (in a manner similar to what Vincent experienced in "The Property") for a lesson on how to use the Collective symbol. In part two, HABIT kicks Noah out of the house, leading him to stumble into a bizarre [[EldritchLocation netherworld]] believed by many viewers to be The Candleverse. While in said realm, Noah has a run-in with a seemingly alive Jeff, who warns him not to listen to either HABIT or Firebrand [[Main/DrivenToSuicide (insisting that suicide is his best option).]]
10th Sep '17 6:11:02 PM Malady
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** GreenFeathers, who found the first box out of HABIT's seven, and who accepted the offer of the EverymanHYBRID crew to have a Breather Day in the video, "A Day With GreenFeathers". [[spoiler:It's currently unknown whether GreenFeathers is a character in the series, or is an actual person who was interested with the ARG.]]

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** GreenFeathers, who found the first box out of HABIT's seven, and who accepted the offer of the EverymanHYBRID [=EverymanHYBRID=] crew to have a Breather Day in the video, "A Day With GreenFeathers". [[spoiler:It's currently unknown whether GreenFeathers is a character in the series, or is an actual person who was interested with the ARG.]]



* {{Reincarnation}}: The single most popular theory of what the central plot actually is, titled by fans as [[http://everymanhybrid.wikia.com/wiki/Iteration_Theory "The Iteration Theory"]], is that Steph, Vince, Jeff, and Evan are incarnations of four individuals of the same name and personalities shown to have existed at least as far back as in the 70s. These four have some unexplained connection to the supernatural and are in a continuous conflict with the monsters in the series. The main four were also shown to reside in a "Candleverse" as archetypal characters (evidence suggesting names such as the Firebrand, Voyeur, and Guardian) who retain all the memories, presumably existing between reincarnations and before being reborn and starting the whole thing over again. Perhaps they actually are [[spoiler: a true Everyman HYBRID, Vinnie, Jeff, and Evan coming together to represent humanity as a whole. Maybe this is why the "HYBRID" portion in "EverymanHYBRID" is in all caps; the hybrid portion being more important than the everyman portion.]]

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* {{Reincarnation}}: The single most popular theory of what the central plot actually is, titled by fans as [[http://everymanhybrid.wikia.com/wiki/Iteration_Theory "The Iteration Theory"]], is that Steph, Vince, Jeff, and Evan are incarnations of four individuals of the same name and personalities shown to have existed at least as far back as in the 70s. These four have some unexplained connection to the supernatural and are in a continuous conflict with the monsters in the series. The main four were also shown to reside in a "Candleverse" as archetypal characters (evidence suggesting names such as the Firebrand, Voyeur, and Guardian) who retain all the memories, presumably existing between reincarnations and before being reborn and starting the whole thing over again. Perhaps they actually are [[spoiler: a true Everyman HYBRID, Vinnie, Jeff, and Evan coming together to represent humanity as a whole. Maybe this is why the "HYBRID" portion in "EverymanHYBRID" "[=EverymanHYBRID=]" is in all caps; the hybrid portion being more important than the everyman portion.]]
4th Sep '17 8:18:10 PM Peteman
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** However, [[spoiler:it looks like it's being subverted quite brutally: the PowerOfFriendship didn't stop HABIT from killing most of the crew ''[[{{Irony}} inside one of the friend's body.]]'' And now that Vinny's marked as the next victim...]]

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** However, [[spoiler:it looks like it's being subverted quite brutally: subverted: the PowerOfFriendship didn't stop HABIT from killing most of the crew ''[[{{Irony}} inside one of the friend's body.]]'' And now that Vinny's marked as the next victim...]]



* ProfaneLastWords: '''Brutally''' [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]]. When HABIT [[spoiler: kidnaps Jeff in order to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture him to death]],]] all [[spoiler: Jeff can do before the torture begins]] is to tell HABIT is to go fuck himself. [[BreakingSpeech His response?]]

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* ProfaneLastWords: '''Brutally''' [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]].Deconstructed]]. When HABIT [[spoiler: kidnaps Jeff in order to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture him to death]],]] all [[spoiler: Jeff can do before the torture begins]] is to tell HABIT is to go fuck himself. [[BreakingSpeech His response?]]
29th Jul '17 6:51:22 PM ReduxistDeux
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* ProfaneLastWords: '''Brutally''' [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]]. When HABIT [[spoiler: kidnaps Jeff in order to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture him to death]],]] all [[spoiler: Jeff can do before the torture begins]] is to tell HABIT is to go fuck himself. [[BreakingSpeech His response?]]
--> '''HABIT''': Fuck you, fuck you. [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Do you even know "why" you said that?]] No, no idea? Was it anger? Was it trying to get footing, trying to get leverage in this situation, trying to make me think? See, I've interrogated a lot of people, I've hurt lots of people, tortured a lot of people, I've done lots of terrible fucking things to people. [[HistoricalRapSheet I've had thousands of people, millions, billions across my tables.]] And you'd be surprised how many do that. [[ForTheEvulz One time, I had a guy's legs off, right? Hanging in front of him, and I was making them dance.]] And he said "Fuck you." He said "Go to Hell, and fuck you." You know why? 'Cause he felt "Got him! There's one punch I can throw, and that's it, a spit in the eye, a curse to the Heavens! Fuck that little bitch!" '''You know how little it matters?''' The last curses, the last desperate calls, an insult to me? When a pig squeals before it's slaughtered, do the butchers care? ''No.'' Some of them even relish. [[KickTheDog So thanks.]]
29th Jun '17 8:53:09 PM TTFan
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** There's also the possibility that [[spoiler:we, the viewers are being reset along with the crew, if the Iteration Theory is correct.]

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** There's also the possibility that [[spoiler:we, the viewers are being reset along with the crew, if the Iteration Theory is correct.]]]
29th Jun '17 8:51:18 PM TTFan
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* ChekhovsGift: On Christmas Alex gives Jeff an air-horn, much to everyone's bemusement.[spoiler:However, on a side note, HABIT uses the airhorn sound to link to the present from a possible past iteration clip involving a car honking it's horn.]] The next episode, he uses it to scare off an attacker.

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* ChekhovsGift: On Christmas Alex gives Jeff an air-horn, much to everyone's bemusement.[spoiler:However, [[spoiler:However, on a side note, HABIT uses the airhorn sound to link to the present from a possible past iteration clip involving a car honking it's horn.]] The next episode, he uses it to scare off an attacker.
29th Jun '17 8:49:20 PM TTFan
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** We get another full crossover with WebVideo/TribeTwelve in "Severance"/"Bridge To Nowhere", in which [[spoiler: HABIT teleports Noah to the "safe house", AKA [[spoiler:Apartment 3103]] (in a manner similar to what Vincent experienced in "The Property") for a lesson on how to use the Collective symbol. In part two, HABIT kicks Noah out of the house, leading him to stumble into a bizarre [[EldritchLocation netherworld]] believed by many viewers to be The Candleverse. While in said realm, Noah has a run-in with a seemingly alive Jeff, who warns him not to listen to either HABIT or Firebrand (insisting that suicide is his best option).]]

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** We get another full crossover with WebVideo/TribeTwelve in "Severance"/"Bridge To Nowhere", in which [[spoiler: HABIT teleports Noah to the "safe house", AKA [[spoiler:Apartment 3103]] (in a manner similar to what Vincent experienced in "The Property") for a lesson on how to use the Collective symbol. In part two, HABIT kicks Noah out of the house, leading him to stumble into a bizarre [[EldritchLocation netherworld]] believed by many viewers to be The Candleverse. While in said realm, Noah has a run-in with a seemingly alive Jeff, who warns him not to listen to either HABIT or Firebrand (insisting that suicide is his best option).]]
12th Jun '17 8:01:28 PM TTFan
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--> '''Vinnie:''' [[spoiler: "Those hidden videos, that we thought were a hoax all those years ago? Not that it means anything, but I can see 'em."]]

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--> '''Vinnie:''' [[spoiler: "Those "Oh. And those hidden videos, that videos we thought were a hoax all those years ago? Not that it means anything, but but... I can see 'em."]]
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