Artemis should meet Doctor Spencer Reid from Criminal MindsAm I the only one who's annoyed at the lack of fanfictions about this happening?
Myles and Beckett will find out about fairies sometime.They have already (albeit, indirectly) helped thwart Past!Opal once, who says they won't start getting gradually more interested in fairies like Artemis? And, frankly, it would be awesome. And they'll also find out that their older brother is three years younger than he should be.
Butler has literally been to Hell and back.In the third book in the Artemis Fowl series, The Eternity Code, Butler dies for a brief period of time and is brought back to life a few hours later by Elf magic. The process costs him a few years of his life and when Artemis tries to apologize for it, Butler remarks that "Anything is better than the alternative." The reader assumes he means being dead, but at the end of the book, Butler tricks Arno Blunt, the man who thought he had killed Butler, into thinking Butler is a ghost from Hell. To wit, he tells Blunt "There is a hell, Arno. I've seen it, and believe me, so will you." This appears to be mere hyperbole until paired with Butler's early statement that anything is better than the alternative...
Zexion and Lexaeus are actually the Nobodies of Artemis Fowl and ButlerThings were going poorly in the Kingdom Hearts universe. A mastermind was needed to help bring things to a good end for the heroes. So, the Three Good Fairies got in contact with a distant cousin of theirs, Holly Short, of the LEPrecon, in a separate dimension. She suggested they get in contact with Artemis Fowl. Artemis, intrigued when he heard about Kingdom Hearts, decided to not only help the Three Good Fairies, but to take the power of Kingdom Hearts for himself. Through some overly long Batman Gambit, bordering on Gambit Roulette he made himself one the of six apprentices of Ansem and allowed himself and Butler to become Heartless. Ultimately, he has a plan to re-united himself and Butler with their hearts. For now, he works through the nobodies of himself (Zexion, who uses a copy of The Book of the People, his lexicon, to fight in battles) and Butler (Lexaeus, who brings any needed physical support) to manipulate the members of Organization XIII. The Lexaeus and Zexion in Chain of Memories were not the actual Nobodies but copies that Artemis had Zexion make, as Zexion is a master of illusion. He is still in the background, working towards his ultimate end.
Juliet Butler and Opal Koboi are the same person.Both are never in the same book. Minerva is a possible third identity for Juliet/Opal, as she is only in the one book that has neither of the others.
The entire series is a massive Gambit Roulette by Artemis Fowl.Because he's Artemis Fowl.
The next book will involve not two, but three Opal Kobois.There's present!Opal and past!Opal, but there's also clone!Opal used as a decoy in The Opal Deception. The two Opals could use the clone as a decoy again.
The seventh Kraken is female.And, since she's been feeing off the residual magic from Hybras' disappearance, rather than human pollution, she's not sterile. (Assuming there was another shell under the one Artemis blew up. Or they are adapting to the toxins, rather than becoming sterile, what with Shelly molting twice.)
Butler had an... interesting past before he started work as Artemis's bodyguardThat barcode? Temp tattoo.
Artemis will do the Ritual and have powers againAnd he'll learn to use them without the nasty side effects.
Minerva is going to be Artemis's love interest in the next book.The sudden lust between Holly and Artemis in The Time Paradox wasn't an Author's Saving Throw about a character who needed to be Rescued from the Scrappy Heap, it was a planned event to throw the Artemis/Holly shippers a bone before he blows that shit right out of the water.
Holly will kill MinervaHell, we made it through the last book without her and it's pretty clear that they're both intent on shacking up with Artemis. Minerva is just an problem to be removed. After which Holly will go to the dark side and have to be saved from herself via Artemis. Look into your heart, you know it to be true.
Artemis is Shinji Ikari.Well, to be more specific, it's all another reality caused by Instrumentality. Artemis is Shinji, because he's everything Shinji wants to be. His parents love him, a certain redhead likes him, he can control pretty much everything that happens around him and all of the technology is tiny, the exact opposite to the EV As.
Artemis Fowl is the son of Havelock Vetinari.Think about it. Just...think about it.
Minerva was Brother Chuck'ed to make way for...Random MacMillain-Dent. The time travel plus dimension-shifting is a way to travel and save Earth from a dimension outside the Probability axis. Relationship Sue. After the book was published; a lot of fan showed their aversion toward Minerva and Colfer realized that she wasn?t the kind of character people liked. Soon enough, he got sick of trying to find a way to redeem her in the eyes of the fan and as a simple way to fix his mistake; he simply didn?t put Minerva in The Time Paradox.
Mulch Diggums is just Wario in disguise.I could have sworn this had its own section already, but I guess I must have read it somewhere else. In any case, I think it's quite obvious that Mulch is just Wario in disguise, or at least a long-lost brother of his. Think about it: they're both short, stout, very muscular, gold-obsessed, flatulent men with a habit for pillaging other people's stuff.
Humanity had slightly different magic, and a different Ritual, than The People. Said ritual probably involves some form of fire, happens during the day or at dawn, and requires a sacrifice of blood.Artemis theorizes that Humans probably had magic at some point, but have forgotten it. If we break down the Ritual into it's elements, we find it contains:
Orion is Colfer's reaction to bad fanfiction.I'm playing off of fanfics I've never read, but I can see it already — an Artemis who, having finally recognized his love for Holly, lives only to woo her with terms of endearment and poetry that must have sounded good in his head. An Artemis whose preoccupation with fairies has turned into a romantic adoration for fantastic quests and finding magic around every corner. An Artemis who is renowned for his intelligence, but, in practice, is incapable of planning his way out of a paper bag, but also an Artemis who is a
There will be ten books; the tenth will end it.Ten is a good number. Ten's a multiple of five. The tradition of having to face Opal Koboi (as The Atlantis Complex hinted) in even-numbered books will be upheld. In fact, Koboi may win a round, setting up for their final showdown with a ninth book in the interim. However — despite reports to the contrary — the eighth will not be the end of it. Who ever heard of making a series eight books long? I mean, that would be as many as four twos. That would just be silly.
The sixth book is called the Time Paradox because the series of Stable Time Loops was caused by a Time Paradox.As Artemis noted in the Lost Colony, time paradoxes must have repercussions. stable time loops come out of nowhere and have no reason to exist, so the time paradox was the reason for it to exist. Since the time travelling was what caused the whole adventure, including the time paradox in the Lost Colony, then it must have been caused by a time paradox outside that Stable Time Loop. And the time paradox in the Lost Colony simply made more stable time loops pile themselves on in the sixth book.
Orion is just the beginning.Artemis's mind will be host to a pantheon of personalities, the final book ending with the day being saved by "Apollo", a normal teen with Artemis's intelligence, but a liking of guns and katanas.
Eoin Colfer is Artemis.The LEP asked him to write the series on the logic that, if humans noticed anything that might hint at the existence of fairies like the ones in the books, they would think it was a publicity stunt, or some kind of fan tribute. Also, neither "Artemis Fowl" nor "Eoin Colfer" is Artemis's real name, which is why there's no hint of his existence on the Internet or elsewhere, under either name. Artemis would be 19 as of my writing this, which must mean one of the following:
Artemis Fowl is in the same universe as Hunter: The Reckoning.What the People think is human magic are actually hunter Edges
None of it is real.There's no such thing as fairies. Artemis is a paranoid schizophrenic who hallucinated the existence of fairies amidst the trauma of his father's disappearance. Butler humors him because Artemis is happier believing he has friends and a loving family.
Orion isn't a split personality; he's an Imagin. Conversely Orion may or may not be a Stand, He may also be a Persona.
Lost Colony is not written by Colfer
Artemis is the son of Artemis.
Artemis is a changeling.In folklore, changelings are described as, among other things, having vast vocabularies, being green hued or pale skinned, and having malicious tempers. Artemis is a highly intelligent pale skinned boy who can be malicious (at first) about his vengeance. So, therefore, Arty was operated on in the same manner as Opal Koboi, and thus appears human. Arty was mesmerized at birth to forget both his magic, and the fairy world, and is only now returning.
You know how Orion is a competent fighter?In book eight, Artemis and Butler will conspire to make Orion a super martial artist. When physically threatened, Artemis will have the ability to switch to Orion, whereupon he will start kicking ass and taking names.
Quantum zombies will play an INTEGRAL role in Book 8Some kind of fluid from there bodies, likely blood, will be required to cure Atlantis Complex. This will tie in with the above "3 Kobois" theory. It will basically play out as Present!Koboi meets Past!Koboi and the combine their minds to become a super-being and use Clone!Koboi to distract Artemis, thinking it's blood is the Quantum Zombies and Hybrid!Koboi will dominate Haven.
The goblins are victims of Fantastic RacismIt seems to make sense. Many of the tests that "prove" goblins are stupid seem to be the same kinds of tests that "proved" the same thing about Australian Aborigines and Black People. Many of the goblins' suicidal acts could be interpreted as desparation rather than stupidity. After all, LEP and the council are hard on crime, to the point that many officers don't care about what goes on in the prison . The goblins appear to be prejudiced against politcally and economically, leaving crime as their only outlet to gain basic needs. Given all that, it's no wonder that they hate the current system
Foaly witnessed the near-genocide of his raceIn The Atlantis Complex, Foaly at one point shouts "Not the stripy ones! They're just babies!" This is only described as an "unpleasant childhood memory." Considering that some deer (and maybe horses, I'm not an expert on such things) have mottled patterns on their hide when they're fawns, it's possible that Foaly was remembering something that happened to his own people. It's been mentioned that there are very few Centaurs, and that they're a very paranoid race. Being nearly wiped out at some point in the past could account for both.
Fairy years are shorter than human onesAnd the books switch between the two systems without explanation. This explains some of the inconsistencies in timelines and aging processes, but the real tip-off was Mulch having lived 300 years since stealing the Jules Rimet trophy (created 1930). This would probably put the fairy year at around 3-4 months.
Artemis and Orion are going to separateThe text of the first book was to explain Artemis's criminal origins, and how he became an international adult anti fairy mastermind. Except the books aren't quite heading in that direction just yet. Since the eighth book is meant to be the final one, the cure for Artemis's Atlantis complex will likely involve some kind of mind wipe. Before doing so however, they shall free Orion/Clone him a new body. The mind wiped Artemis will be sent slightly back in time, where he was found by Minerva over in the Alps. The natural things happen, and they get together. Orion ends up staying in haven, where he eventually ends up with Holly Short. The two super genius's on the surface however, untempered by Butlers Moral's and without Artemis's character development then pull together the remains of a certain pixies criminal empire, thus beginning a shadow war against the people for control of the world and returning to the criminal origins stated at the beginning.
Legion has become a true schizo and his delusion is the Artemis fowl world
Artemis will become an anarchist and start an anarchist revolution, turning the IRA into a Tolstoyist faction, when he wins humans will live in peace with fairies.
Artemis will become ruler of the fairies' world and use the power to try to take ofer the earth by his mid-20s.And will be stymied in this and arrested by Garda Fletcher Moon.
The Atlantis Complex will leave Artemis with seven personalities.
Damon Kronksi has Kallmanns.
Artemis' "war on the people" mentioned in the first book...Is part of the 6% extrapolation written by Dr. Argon. What was the intent of this extrapolation? Maybe it was part of the movie and book rights that Argon and his associate discussed in the first book, or it was a fabrication to keep Artemis' more intimate associations with the People hidden, along with other incidents.
Minerva is older Opal, fully humanized using science, No 1, or both and sent back into the past along with the younger Opal.
Holly's amber magic is special/significant.The book comments has her believe it is because "she is getting old", but No 1 isn't quite old and his magic is red (even though it was not at first). Qweffor's and Qwan's magic was blue despite their being alive thousands of years ago and Qwan already being an elder at that time. (Although some other powerful warlocks may have had it, if their circle was covered by a multicolored magical dome.) Opal has super colored magic with the boosts she got from the animal's brain fluids.
Eoin Colfer will begin a new series about Humans with magic powers as a sequel to Artemis FowlKoboi mentions that Humans used to have magic and were nearly as powerful as the demons, the heavy-weight magic users of the Fairykind. That is a pretty big anvil of information to drop on our heads at the climax of the series. Humans lost the ability to use magic because of a lack of respect for the Earth, but with the Great Techno-Crash will come a new respect for the Earth, and some Humans might just manifest magic as a result of that. Who knows how long this will take, but I smell sequel series on the horizon...
Goblins evolved from dragonsFirebreathing, dim-witted, greedy reptiles? It's not that much of a stretch. It's likely that dragons are either almost or completely extinct, if this is the case (since there is absolutely no mention of them wheres other "fairy" creatures far less notable get a lot). Alternatively, perhaps goblins are actually the larval form of dragons: something needs to happen (perhaps the goblin living to a certain age or attaining a certain amount of treasure) for them to metamorphose into dragons. Since goblins are the scum of modern fairy society, that thing probably doesn't happen very often.
Artemis has a huge falling out with his friends and familyAnd driven slightly insane by this, he once again takes up a life of crime. Under the name Jim Moriarty...