Nightmare Fuel: The Protomen
are awesome indeed, but you may be wary of red lights, computer screens, and machines in general afterward...
- The entirety of Act II. Light is an idealist, sure, but all he wants is to make sure that no one has to work themselves to death. Wily takes that dream, and utterly ruins it in the worst possible way, and Light's dream of a somewhat less dangerous life is corrupted so thoroughly that he desperately longs to kill Wily, despite being a gentle person before it all went to hell.
- The manner of Emily's death, and the fact that no one attended her funeral.
- Wily's takeover in "The Hounds."
After a few inspirational opening lines, Wily turned his attention to the matter at hand. Thomas Light. He assured them that the murderer would be apprehended. He promised them that their city would be made safe again. They trusted him completely.
- In "Give Us the Rope," the crowd calls for Light to be hung, even after he was found innocent.
- Aside from calling for a hanging, the crowd wants to dismember Light.
Give us his hands! Give us his feet!
- The heartbeat at the end of "How The World Fell Under Darkness." What happens to the City and its people is scary, too.
A generation grew up inside the metal hands that gently circled the neck of the city.
The undesirables, the homeless, the criminal element of the city, systematically vanished.
- The Sniper managed to keep the entire City in line through fear alone. It killed Emily and nearly chokes Joe to death.
- The flatline representing Joe's death in "The Fall."
- As Dr. Light speaks in the beginning of "Here Comes the Arm," there's high-pitched, siren-like synthesizer waves representing Wily's control-and that the building is about to come down on his head.
- It's punctuated in the notes by thousands of Snipers marching out of Wily's fortress.
Even from the courtyard, Light could make out the thousands upon thousands of green-helmeted robots marching from the steel gates of the complex.
Wily had built a fortress. He had built an army. He had been waiting for this moment to unleash it.
The Cover Up
- Turbo Lover singing "I Want It All" on the Queen album has the capacity to brainwash.
album is the soundtrack to a movie made during the time skip in "How the World Fell Under Darkness." The last story track cuts to Wily receiving an insufficient excuse and smashing something as soon as he hangs up the phone.