History YMMV / TribeTwelve

8th May '18 11:06:36 AM MatthewWayne
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* FollowTheLeader: Mostly Marble Hornets, but has been going its own way since ''My Grandfather Karl''.
6th May '18 10:07:46 AM MatthewWayne
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* HorrorComedy: Although the series as a whole is horror dominant, there's many comedic moments used to give viewers a breather and/or to break the tension of the series. Notable examples include [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu Firebrand flipping of Slender Man in DEUS EX MACHINA]] (and Noah subsequently calling him "Daddy-Long Legs" in Obituary), Noah awkwardly stabbing some bushes in Night Recording, and pretty much anything [[MyFutureSelfAndMe Future Noah]] says or does.
22nd Apr '18 11:20:19 AM MatthewWayne
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** But most of all, [[spoiler:Milo.]] He attempts to keep Noah and his family safe by killing himself, only to [[spoiler:end up coming back to life horribly as Mr. Scars]] and [[spoiler:is forced to kill his own mother while under Slender Man's control.]] It makes it even more heartwarming that after all the shit he's been through, he's willing to help Noah stop Slender Man.

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** But most of all, [[spoiler:Milo.]] He attempts to keep Noah and his family safe by killing himself, only to [[spoiler:end up coming back to life horribly as Mr. Scars]] and [[spoiler:is forced to kill his own mother while under Slender Man's control.]] And to add onto things, he was forced to live a wretched life involving an abusive mother who forces him to take PhlebotinumPills to keep him from remembering things, being used as a tool for the nefarious objectives of a ReligionOfEvil, being stalked by Slender Man since the age of seven, and possibly being responsible for Kevin's transformation into the Observer. It makes it even more heartwarming that after all the shit he's been through, he's willing to help Noah stop Slender Man.
3rd Apr '18 8:33:07 PM MatthewWayne
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24th Mar '18 11:16:02 AM MatthewWayne
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*** Adding onto the question of his sanity above: During the Boat Incident, did Karl intentionally kill his own wife by unfastening her life vest just to ensure the safety of his book as Mary Asher puts it? Or did he do so unintentionally and lives with that guilt every day?

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*** Adding onto the question of his sanity above: During the Boat Incident, did Karl intentionally kill his own wife by unfastening her life vest just to ensure the safety of his book as Mary Asher puts it? Or did he do so unintentionally and lives with that guilt every day?day like Sharon Maxwell believes?
24th Mar '18 11:15:38 AM MatthewWayne
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*** Adding onto the question of his sanity above: During the Boat Incident, did Karl intentionally kill his own wife by unfastening her life vest just to ensure the safety of his book as Mary Asher puts it? Or did he do so unintentionally and lives with that guilt every day?
11th Mar '18 3:29:17 PM Berserker88
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* The second blogspot post Noah makes has him treating the viewers as though they are attending a "virtual funeral". It really doesn't work.

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* ** The second blogspot post Noah makes has him treating the viewers as though they are attending a "virtual funeral". It really doesn't work.
11th Mar '18 3:21:42 PM Berserker88
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** Also in Sisyphus, there is a scene where Noah [[HopeSpot suddenly warps back to his house somehow without warning]], only to come fall backwards and end up at the Boardwalk again after being surprised by an unknown person walking in his house. This is never brought up again.

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** Also in Sisyphus, there is a scene where Noah [[HopeSpot suddenly warps back to his house somehow without warning]], only to come fall backwards and end up at the Boardwalk again after being surprised by an unknown person walking in his house. This is never brought up again.
11th Mar '18 3:19:42 PM Berserker88
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** Is Firebrand a force of good who only wants to do what's right for his past self? Or is he a psychotic asshole who is only working for for his own self-interests?

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** Is Firebrand a force of good who only wants to do what's right for his past self? Or is he a psychotic asshole who is only working for for his own self-interests?
3rd Mar '18 4:50:49 PM MatthewWayne
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Many of the characters in TT are this.
** Is Firebrand a force of good who only wants to do what's right for his past self? Or is he a psychotic weirdo who is only working for himself?
** Karl Maxwell is seen as an angry, senile old man by both Noah and his mother who disowned Mary Asher when he discovered that she could see Slender Man. But is he really that, or is he a ProperlyParanoid grandfather who is trying to do what he can to keep himself and his family safe from an awful legend that he was attacked by when he was younger?

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Many of the characters in TT are this.
AlternateCharacterInterpretation:
** Is Firebrand a force of good who only wants to do what's right for his past self? Or is he a psychotic weirdo asshole who is only working for himself?
for his own self-interests?
** Karl Maxwell is seen as an angry, senile old man by both Noah and his mother who disowned Mary Asher when once he discovered that she could see Slender Man. But is he really that, or is he a ProperlyParanoid grandfather who is trying to do what he can to keep himself and his family safe from an awful legend that he was attacked by when he was younger?
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