History WebVideo / EverymanHYBRID

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."]]
21st May '17 12:15:02 PM HighCrate
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* GenreSavvy: 'You could always wait in the car; that always ends up well right?', 'No, ''fuck no''.'
21st May '17 12:14:46 PM HighCrate
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* ChekhovsGift'''[=/=]'''ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: 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.
* ClusterFBomb: Evan in "Damsel."
* CosmicHorrorStory: Obviously, though the main cast [[WrongGenreSavvy has trouble realizing it at first]].

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* ChekhovsGift'''[=/=]'''ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: 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.
* ClusterFBomb: Evan in "Damsel."
* CosmicHorrorStory: Obviously, though the main cast [[WrongGenreSavvy has trouble realizing it at first]].
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16th May '17 2:34:24 PM nombretomado
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** The cast was eventually forced to break immersion after a fan accidentally found the Facebook page of Jeff's brother [[TheDanza Alex]]... followed by the personal Facebook pages of the rest of the cast and their {{Tumblr}} blogs. After a failed attempt at damage control, the guys eventually relaxed and began to interact freely with fans, both online and in real life. However, while they will gladly discuss the process that went into filming and developing the earlier episodes, they adamantly refuse to discuss the storyline of the series or hint at any future developments (except to say that viewers will "know when it ends").

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** The cast was eventually forced to break immersion after a fan accidentally found the Facebook page of Jeff's brother [[TheDanza Alex]]... followed by the personal Facebook pages of the rest of the cast and their {{Tumblr}} Website/{{Tumblr}} blogs. After a failed attempt at damage control, the guys eventually relaxed and began to interact freely with fans, both online and in real life. However, while they will gladly discuss the process that went into filming and developing the earlier episodes, they adamantly refuse to discuss the storyline of the series or hint at any future developments (except to say that viewers will "know when it ends").
10th May '17 11:41:52 AM casioonaplasticbeach
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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.]
10th May '17 10:16:21 AM casioonaplasticbeach
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* BlackScreenOfDeath: One of the effects caused by otherworldly occurrences. It happens a lot in "Alex" and also covers up the majority of what happened during "The Hidden Videos".

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* BlackScreenOfDeath: One of the effects caused by otherworldly occurrences. It happens a lot in "Alex" and also covers up the majority of what happened during "The Hidden Morse Code Videos".



** [[spoiler: Evan]] near the end of "Ashen Waste."

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** [[spoiler: Evan]] near the end of "Ashen Waste."Waste" after [[spoiler:trying to kill Slender Man with a bat and failing miserably.]]


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**Just after this, it's revealed that Evan [[spoiler:killed a deer in a violent way.]]
10th May '17 7:06:26 AM casioonaplasticbeach
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** Rabbit #052 (AKA [=FullRoundAction=]) was unable to participate in Trial #6 due to his hometown outlawing protests. However, he also possess the next box to advance the story. He'll only open it if he's let through to Trial #7.

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** Rabbit #052 (AKA [=FullRoundAction=]) [=FullRoundAction=] or [=The Warren Jester=]) was unable to participate in Trial #6 due to his hometown outlawing protests. However, he also possess the next box to advance the story. He'll only open it if he's let through to Trial #7.



* ChekhovsGift'''[=/=]'''ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: On Christmas Alex gives Jeff an air-horn, much to everyone's bemusement. The next episode, he uses it to scare off an attacker.

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* ChekhovsGift'''[=/=]'''ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: 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.



** The first HABIT entry to CanYouSeeTheWords, about a girl named Dawn.



** In "Cops Checked, No Body" [[CreepyPasta the Rake]] makes a prominent appearance. It has since been shown to be harassing Jeff's brother Alex.

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** In "Cops Checked, No Body" and "Consensus" [[CreepyPasta the Rake]] makes a prominent appearance. It has since been shown to be harassing Jeff's brother Alex.



** We get another full crossover with WebVideo/TribeTwelve in "Severance"/"Bridge To Nowhere", in which [[spoiler: HABIT teleports Noah to the "safe house" (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" 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).]]



* FreudianSlip: In "Lexi", [[spoiler: Vinny talks to HABIT (in Evan's body) about events shown "HALLOWEEN HANGOVER" and nearly refers to Evan as "you", but stops himself short and says "Evan". HABIT laughs and mentions the trope by name.]]
* GallowsHumor: In "December & early January," the Damsel rather soberingly says that she doesn't think the Slender Man has any weaknesses to exploit. This prompts Evan to make a crack about how RammingAlwaysWorks provided you attach knives to the front of the car with bats spinning around and Alex doing a handstand on top.
* GenreSavvy: 'You could always wait in the car; that always ends up well right?', 'Noo, ''fuck no''.'

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* FreudianSlip: In "Lexi", [[spoiler: Vinny talks to HABIT (in Evan's body) about events shown "HALLOWEEN HANGOVER" and nearly refers to Evan as "you", but stops himself short and says "Evan". HABIT laughs and mentions the trope by name.name, specifically saying "freudian slip".]]
* GallowsHumor: In "December & early January," the Damsel rather soberingly says that she doesn't think the Slender Man has any weaknesses to exploit. [[spoiler:However, certain later entries of WebVideo/MarbleHornets do have evidence to prove this claim wrong.]] This prompts Evan to make a crack about how RammingAlwaysWorks provided you attach knives to the front of the car with bats spinning around and Alex doing a handstand on top.
** In [[spoiler:the last morse code video, "-.-.", or C, Jeff says that protecting the package, "Everyman", involves throwing him into the woods and running".]]
* GenreSavvy: 'You could always wait in the car; that always ends up well right?', 'Noo, 'No, ''fuck no''.'



** The guys [[spoiler:abducting the Damsel from her mental hospital, taping the whole thing, and posting it online. ''Then'' she tells them that she was going to be released later that day ''anyway''.]]

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** The guys [[spoiler:abducting the Damsel from her mental hospital, taping the whole thing, and posting it online. ''Then'' she tells them that she was going to be released later that day ''anyway''.]]



** Vince in "A proposal" and "A summoning": [[spoiler:Vinnie finds an old book (in the middle of a ''new'' book store) that allows him to summon specific entities. Thinking that his only option is to summon HABIT (despite the fact that doing so would probably result in bodily harm, if not his outright death), he goes against the opinions of the viewers and performs the ritual -- and winds up at HABIT's house from :D. It's no wonder that HABIT has a field day with this and nearly ends up murdering Vinnie for his stupidity.]]

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** Vince in "A proposal" and "A summoning": [[spoiler:Vinnie finds an old book (in the middle of a ''new'' book store) that allows him to summon specific entities. Thinking that his only option is to summon HABIT (despite the fact that doing so would probably result in bodily harm, if not his outright death), he goes against the opinions of the viewers and performs the ritual -- and winds up at HABIT's house from :D.":D". It's no wonder that HABIT has a field day with this and nearly ends up murdering Vinnie for his stupidity.]]



** "Who Could Win a Rabbit" by Music/AnimalCollective for HABIT.

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** "Who Could Win a Rabbit" by Music/AnimalCollective for HABIT.HABIT, especially in [[spoiler:the morse code videos.]]



** 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.]]



** HABIT's Twitter profile picture.



* {{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.

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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" is in all caps; the hybrid portion being more important than the everyman portion.]]



** The entire "Blue Room" video, in a more subtle way.



** Like a few other works in the Mythos, this series contains one to ''Literature/HouseOfLeaves'' in the form of a copy of the book, found in Jeff's room and containing a couple of cryptic clues to his whereabouts. The same book also appears in the background of Vinnie's opening narrations.

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** Like a few other works in the Mythos, this series contains one to ''Literature/HouseOfLeaves'' in the form of a copy of the book, found in Jeff's room and containing a couple of cryptic clues to his whereabouts. The same book also appears in the background of Vinnie's opening narrations.narrations and [[spoiler:in a small portion of overlayed footage in "Part 3".]]



*** In the same episode, when HABIT!Evan is mocking [[spoiler:the man he kidnapped asking him questions,]] one of the joke questions HABIT mentions is [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail "What's your favorite color?"]]

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*** In the same episode, when HABIT!Evan is mocking [[spoiler:the man man, who found the fifth box and whom he kidnapped asking him questions,]] one of the joke questions HABIT mentions is [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail "What's your favorite color?"]]



* TroubledFetalPosition: Evan at :22 in "...."

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* TroubledFetalPosition: Evan at :22 in "...."", the second to last morse code video.



* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: While discussing possible ways to [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu kill Slender Man]], the best they can come up with is [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "bigger car."]] ..."with knives attached to the front and baseball bats swingin' around."

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* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: While discussing possible ways to [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu kill Slender Man]], the best they can come up with is [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "bigger car."]] ..."with knives attached to the front and baseball bats swingin' around.around and Jeff's brother doing a handstand."
23rd Apr '17 5:38:56 PM nombretomado
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** The TribeTwelve video DEUS EX MACHINA features a minor {{Cameo}} from HABIT (who appears in silhouette), as Firebrand hints that [[spoiler: HABIT was responsible for liberating him from the Collective.]]
** We get another full crossover with TribeTwelve in "Severance"/"Bridge To Nowhere", in which [[spoiler: HABIT teleports Noah to the "safe house" (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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** The TribeTwelve WebVideo/TribeTwelve video DEUS EX MACHINA features a minor {{Cameo}} from HABIT (who appears in silhouette), as Firebrand hints that [[spoiler: HABIT was responsible for liberating him from the Collective.]]
** We get another full crossover with TribeTwelve WebVideo/TribeTwelve in "Severance"/"Bridge To Nowhere", in which [[spoiler: HABIT teleports Noah to the "safe house" (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).]]
13th Apr '17 5:21:16 PM nombretomado
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* BigBadEnsemble: SlenderMan, WebOriginal/TheRake, and HABIT.

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* BigBadEnsemble: SlenderMan, [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]], WebOriginal/TheRake, and HABIT.



* SlenderManMythos: A really popular one.



* StealthParody: It started as one of the SlenderManMythos, particularly WebVideo/MarbleHornets, with a [[SpecialEffectsFailure very fake]] Slendy standing in very obvious places. Subverted In-Universe with Episode #6: Healthy Eating. See WhamEpisode.

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* StealthParody: It started as one of the SlenderManMythos, Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos, particularly WebVideo/MarbleHornets, with a [[SpecialEffectsFailure very fake]] Slendy standing in very obvious places. Subverted In-Universe with Episode #6: Healthy Eating. See WhamEpisode.
18th Feb '17 1:00:50 PM CheeseDogX
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* FauxAffablyEvil: HABIT. He likes to act whimsical and chummy, but the grinning facade drops when he gets annoyed or impatient (which is often). To quote Noah of Webvideo/TribeTwelve: "He's not just evil, he's like... he's like [[BuffySpeak silly-evil]]. And that's disturbing as shit."



* FauxAffablyEvil: HABIT. He likes to act whimsical and chummy, but the grinning facade drops when he gets annoyed or impatient (which is often). To quote Noah of Webvideo/TribeTwelve: "He's not just evil, he's like... he's like [[BuffySpeak silly-evil]]. And that's disturbing as shit."
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