History YMMV / PeterIsTheWolf

9th Aug '15 1:44:23 AM Deblin
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** Probably a lot of this is a result of there being a SFW version of the comic. The comic is designed primarily as porn, so many of the character relationships and interactions are there solely to set up the sex scenes, with the "joke" of Hal being that bears are a largely solitary species and so he quite literally does not give a fuck. In the censored version, this can make most of the other characters with speaking roles seem flighty, frivolous, and somewhat inconsistent while all of Hal's bits are still on-screen so he has a perfectly comprehensible character arc in both versions.
3rd Apr '15 6:49:50 AM isoycrazy
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** Peter [[spoiler:uses Sarah's phone and takes photos of her werewolf form to hand into their professor ''in her name'' to help her get an A in the hard course]].
31st Jul '14 1:45:10 PM Morgenthaler
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** Cue FridgeLogic as to why they don't just ''vote again''.
*** They did vote again - to remove him from the elder council. They can't kill him because rubbing out a sheriff's deputy would potentially cast unwanted light on the operation.
17th Apr '14 1:40:09 PM isoycrazy
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* CompleteMonster: Gus is a truly nasty piece of work who acts out of a belief that the only value in anyone is in strength, and that the strong can and should take anything they want from anyone they can take it from. In his case, that includes killing his wife, then beating, molesting and raping his daughter for years, keeping her in his house as a SexSlave. He initially tried to keep her existence secret from the rest of the pack, and she had never left the house until they found out about her just before she should have been entering high school. Additionally, he has repeatedly tried to take over leadership of the pack, plans on taking Werewolf!Sarah as his new wife, and sold out his own kind by siccing TheMenInBlack on Peter, partly out of hatred for the existence of a runt and partly out of a desire to remove an object of his daughter's affection. Some time before the start of the comic, the pack held a vote on if he should be killed for their own safety. He only survived by two votes, both of which have later mentioned they wish they had voted differently, and the only reason they haven't held another vote is to keep unwanted attention away from the pack.

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* CompleteMonster: Gus is a truly nasty piece of work who acts out of a belief that the only value in anyone is in strength, and that the strong can and should take anything they want from anyone they can take it from. In his case, that includes killing the possibility [[spoiler:he killed his wife, then beating, molesting and raping his daughter for years, keeping her in his house as a SexSlave. He initially tried to keep her existence secret from the rest of the pack, and she had never left the house until they found out about her just before she should have been entering high school. Additionally, he has repeatedly tried to take over leadership of the pack, plans on taking Werewolf!Sarah as his new wife, and sold out his own kind by siccing TheMenInBlack on Peter, partly out of hatred for the existence of a runt and partly out of a desire to remove an object of his daughter's affection.affection]]. Some time before the start of the comic, the pack held a vote on if he should be killed for their own safety. He only survived by two votes, both of which have later mentioned they wish they had voted differently, and the only reason they haven't held another vote is to keep unwanted attention away from the pack.



* EnsembleDarkhorse - Hal the werebear is quickly gaining steam in the fanbase for his no-nonsense and aloof nature, and his penchant for humanist philosophy.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse - EnsembleDarkhorse: Hal the werebear is quickly gaining steam in the fanbase for his no-nonsense and aloof nature, and his penchant for humanist philosophy.
17th Apr '14 11:50:31 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Gus. Lets count how many ways he goes over the MoralEventHorizon: He's apparently attempted repeatedly to take over the pack by murdering the cool old dude; it's heavily insinuated that he killed his wife; he has been beating, molesting and raping his daughter for years; he keeps said daughter in his house as a naked sex slave and when he's not busy raping her, he makes her do all the housework; she only leaves as much as she does cause the Pack found out about her when she should have been starting high school -- she was never allowed to leave the house before then; it's highly insinuated he plans on taking Werewolf!Sarah as his new wife; his ideas on human-werewolf interaction are less "lets hide" and more "lets eat"... It's so bad that the pack held a vote on if he should be killed for their own safety, he only survived by ''two votes'', both of which have later mentioned they wish they had voted differently.

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* CompleteMonster: Gus. Lets count how many ways he goes over Gus is a truly nasty piece of work who acts out of a belief that the MoralEventHorizon: He's apparently attempted repeatedly to only value in anyone is in strength, and that the strong can and should take over the pack by murdering the cool old dude; it's heavily insinuated anything they want from anyone they can take it from. In his case, that he killed includes killing his wife; he has been wife, then beating, molesting and raping his daughter for years; he keeps said daughter years, keeping her in his house as a naked sex slave SexSlave. He initially tried to keep her existence secret from the rest of the pack, and when he's not busy raping her, he makes her do all she had never left the housework; she only leaves as much as she does cause the Pack house until they found out about her when just before she should have been starting entering high school -- she was never allowed school. Additionally, he has repeatedly tried to leave take over leadership of the house before then; it's highly insinuated he pack, plans on taking Werewolf!Sarah as his new wife; wife, and sold out his ideas own kind by siccing TheMenInBlack on human-werewolf interaction are less "lets hide" Peter, partly out of hatred for the existence of a runt and more "lets eat"... It's so bad that partly out of a desire to remove an object of his daughter's affection. Some time before the start of the comic, the pack held a vote on if he should be killed for their own safety, he safety. He only survived by ''two votes'', two votes, both of which have later mentioned they wish they had voted differently.differently, and the only reason they haven't held another vote is to keep unwanted attention away from the pack.
13th Dec '13 11:41:43 AM isoycrazy
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* HeartwarmingMoments: Several of the times when Peter shows his devotion to Sarah or her response can be seen as this.
** When he refuses to tell her about the death sentence awaiting them both if she cannot control herself and said she had enough on her plate and didn't need this. And to him, it didn't matter what became of him as long as she was safe.
** Their make-up after [[spoiler:Butch's attempted rape]].
27th Sep '13 6:07:44 AM isoycrazy
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* MoralEventHorizon: Butch attempting to rape Peter came close, but then she backed out (see CantActPervertedTowardALoveInterest, on the main page), making her start to dance the line on this trope. Then we discover she was going this route due to [[FreudianExcuse her father raping her,]] repeatedly, after making her live as his own naked slavegirl for YEARS, putting her in some sorta weird and very dark Woobie status, and throwing her father (who was already a huge {{Jerkass}}) way past the horizon. Also, Sarah to the fanbase, due to her reactions to the first part of this entry.
* ValuesDissonance: Peter's parents - namely Walt - don't seem to understand why his near-rape is such a big deal. This is mainly ''because'' the wolf mentality is MightIsRight and the strong members of the pack have the right to claim any weaker member. Since Peter and Sarah, at this point, were not solid, it could be an accepted action. Jean even noted there was a old female member of the pack who tried to take Peter a few years back.

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* MoralEventHorizon: Butch MoralEventHorizon:
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attempting to [[spoiler:to rape Peter came close, but then she backed out (see CantActPervertedTowardALoveInterest, on the main page), out,]] making her start to dance the line on this trope. Then we discover she was going this route due to [[spoiler:to [[FreudianExcuse her father raping her,]] repeatedly, after making her live as his own naked slavegirl for YEARS, putting her in some sorta weird and very dark Woobie status, status,]] and throwing her father (who was already a huge {{Jerkass}}) way past the horizon. horizon.
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Also, Sarah to the fanbase, due to her reactions to the first part of this entry.
* ValuesDissonance: Peter's parents - namely Walt - don't seem to understand why his near-rape [[spoiler:Peter's near-rape]] is such a big deal. This is mainly ''because'' the wolf mentality is MightIsRight and the strong members of the pack have the right to claim any weaker member. Since Peter and Sarah, at this point, were not solid, it could be an accepted action. Jean even noted there was a old female member of the pack who tried to take Peter a few years back.



* TheWoobie: Peter clearly gets the gold medal in this comic for the role, but Sarah, Jean, and Butch show some Woobie traits over the course of the comic.

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* TheWoobie: Peter clearly gets the gold medal in this comic for the role, but Sarah, Jean, and Butch Rebecca show some Woobie traits over the course of the comic.
26th Aug '13 12:28:40 PM isoycrazy
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* ValuesDissonance: Peter's parents - namely Walt - don't seem to understand why his near-rape is such a big deal.

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* ValuesDissonance: Peter's parents - namely Walt - don't seem to understand why his near-rape is such a big deal. This is mainly ''because'' the wolf mentality is MightIsRight and the strong members of the pack have the right to claim any weaker member. Since Peter and Sarah, at this point, were not solid, it could be an accepted action. Jean even noted there was a old female member of the pack who tried to take Peter a few years back.



** Averted - It was all in Jean's head. Peter actually denies Jean rather emphatically in reality.

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** Averted - It was all in Jean's head. Peter actually denies Jean rather emphatically in reality. Jean compliments him on finally growing a spine at the most inconvenient time for her.
11th Jun '13 2:29:39 PM TVRulezAgain
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* BrokenBase: The comic alternating between treating issues as comedy, deconstruction, and straight, can cause this. It's basically an IndecisiveParody, only it's an indecisive deconstruction of Ranma 1/2 style hijinks.

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* BrokenBase: The comic alternating between treating issues as comedy, deconstruction, and straight, can cause this. It's basically an IndecisiveParody, only it's an indecisive deconstruction of Ranma 1/2 style hijinks.



* CompleteMonster: Gus. Lets count how many ways he goes over the MoralEventHorizon: He's apparently attempted repeatedly to take over the pack by murdering the cool old dude; it's heavily insinuated that he killed his wife; he has been beating, molesting and raping his daughter for years; he keeps said daughter in his house as a naked sex slave and when he's not busy raping her, he makes her do all the housework; she only leaves as much as she does cause the Pack found out about her when she should have been starting high school -- she literally was never allowed to leave the house before then; it's highly insinuated he plans on taking Werewolf!Sarah as his new wife; his ideas on human-werewolf interaction are less "lets hide" and more "lets eat"... It's so bad that the pack held a vote on if he should be killed for their own safety, he only survived by ''two votes'', both of which have later mentioned they wish they had voted differently.

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* CompleteMonster: Gus. Lets count how many ways he goes over the MoralEventHorizon: He's apparently attempted repeatedly to take over the pack by murdering the cool old dude; it's heavily insinuated that he killed his wife; he has been beating, molesting and raping his daughter for years; he keeps said daughter in his house as a naked sex slave and when he's not busy raping her, he makes her do all the housework; she only leaves as much as she does cause the Pack found out about her when she should have been starting high school -- she literally was never allowed to leave the house before then; it's highly insinuated he plans on taking Werewolf!Sarah as his new wife; his ideas on human-werewolf interaction are less "lets hide" and more "lets eat"... It's so bad that the pack held a vote on if he should be killed for their own safety, he only survived by ''two votes'', both of which have later mentioned they wish they had voted differently.



* EnsembleDarkhorse - Hal the werebear is quickly gaining steam in the fanbase for his no-nonsense and aloof nature, not to mention his penchant for humanist philosophy.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse - Hal the werebear is quickly gaining steam in the fanbase for his no-nonsense and aloof nature, not to mention and his penchant for humanist philosophy.



* WhatAnIdiot: So wait, your girlfriend's just upset cause she misunderstood your [[spoiler: near-rape]] as some sort of kinky sex game? Oh good, it means you can still get back with her. Oh hey, idea! You and your best friend (who you've already been cheating on Sarah with) should totally have consensual sex so she'll calm down. Wait, what?

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* WhatAnIdiot: So wait, your girlfriend's just upset cause she misunderstood your [[spoiler: near-rape]] as some sort of kinky sex game? Oh good, it means you can still get back with her. Oh hey, idea! You and your best friend (who you've already been cheating on Sarah with) should totally have consensual sex so she'll calm down. Wait, what?



* TheWoobie: Peter clearly gets the gold medal in this comic for the role, but Sarah, Jean, and even Butch show some Woobie traits over the course of the comic.

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* TheWoobie: Peter clearly gets the gold medal in this comic for the role, but Sarah, Jean, and even Butch show some Woobie traits over the course of the comic.
16th Mar '12 1:49:06 PM Teeceeoh
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* MoralEventHorizon: Butch attempting to rape Peter came close, but then she backed out (see CantActPervertedTowardALoveInterest, above), making her start to dance the line on this trope. Then we discover she was going this route due to [[FreudianExcuse her father raping her,]] repeatedly, after making her live as his own naked slavegirl for YEARS, putting her in some sorta weird and very dark Woobie status, and throwing her father (who was already a huge {{Jerkass}}) way past the horizon. Also, Sarah to the fanbase, due to her reactions to the first part of this entry.

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* MoralEventHorizon: Butch attempting to rape Peter came close, but then she backed out (see CantActPervertedTowardALoveInterest, above), on the main page), making her start to dance the line on this trope. Then we discover she was going this route due to [[FreudianExcuse her father raping her,]] repeatedly, after making her live as his own naked slavegirl for YEARS, putting her in some sorta weird and very dark Woobie status, and throwing her father (who was already a huge {{Jerkass}}) way past the horizon. Also, Sarah to the fanbase, due to her reactions to the first part of this entry.
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