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Billy Vs. SNAKEMAN is set in the 4Kids version of the Naruto universe.The plot arrives to an epic storyline, even though you begin by dealing with characters with names like Grandmaster P, J-Diddy, and Z-Dog. The original quality of the storyline and writing, manages to show through, even though 4Kids is doing their very best to adapt it to something that is aimed at an American target audience.
The RNG is also the 11DBHKTo be precise, each is an aspect of one larger being. The 11DBHK represents good, by creating the universe, and the RNG represents evil and/or chaos. The reason for the existence of the RNG is that the balance of Fail and Awesome must be maintained or else so much Awesome will be accumulated that the entire world will become Wasteland.
Red Eyes are associated with the RNG.White Eyes are associated with The Code. Legacy ninja are associated with Awesome. What's the third major player in the BvS universe that's not associated with a bloodline we know about? Yep.
Billy, The 11DBHK, The Flash, and SNAKEMAN are related.It's widely suggested that Billy is related to either the 11DBHK or The Flash. Maybe they're all related:
The RNG is not evil, it's Chaotic Neutral.And its natural extensions...
Billy Vs. SNAKEMAN is what all anime is actually about.Specifically, all anime is about the battle between Awesome and Fail. The RNG takes a different form in each universe, and the champions that hold it back are rarely seen (they are off fighting after all). The conflict is generally hidden within the ultimately unimportant plot of the anime, so this fact is usually not noticeable.
Billy Vs. SNAKEMAN is all animé.Specifically, it is an Amalgam Universe of all notable animé and manga that have ever happened or ever will happen, leavened with a good bit of other series. And Cici knows this.
Legacy is green.There are three dragons in Mahjong. Two line up with bloodlines: Red and White. The third, Green, matches up to Legacy. Legacy is also associated with the Genjutsu stat which is green.
There is only one ninja, the player.Everyone else is also the player or one of their Shadow Clones with a certain number of loops under their belt (possibly more than the player currently has) and Sexy Jutsu as necessary. This includes your Kage (assuming you're not the Kage, except that you are), those lazy ninja you just booted from your village, The 11DBHK, The RNG, The Flash, Crazy Jutsu Lady, The 11-Tailed Fox, etc. Just about the only things that aren't The Player are the WorldKai as they explicitly come from beyond your universe (and even then...).
Shorty works for/with the HoClaus on Ninjamas.One, shes a Reaper girl so she could have the experience in the extranormal needed to slip presents to all the good ninja of the world. Two, she looks like a Christmas elf with the way she's dressed when you see her on the front page...
Olmek has a much, much more important role in the storyline than we know.It's just hidden for now.
The player is both The Flash and the Eleventy Billion Tailed FoxCopy-pasted from my post on the Bv S forums: "In the Chaos quest, you find yourself on a ship fighting the 11DBTF, and having to activate some sort of seal on the engine's core (Cave story reference to the Island's Core?) to escape, or "buy enough time". In the Order quest, you find yourself as a giant monster, attacking a fleet of ships with dark energy. They're definitely the same ships in both quests. In one, you're its captain (which is having me imagine The Flash as looking something like Captain Harlock), and in the other, you're a giant creature attacking it. At the very end of that portion of the quest, Chaos says "A past life? The memories of the Portal? You aren't sure, but you've got something to do.." while Order says " A past life? The memories of The RNG? You aren't sure, but you've got something to do..". A Past Life is in both of these, and, Looping being what it is, few characters able to remember it, could The Flash and the 11DBTF be affected by said memory-wiping? Or at least, they were then. If this theory is true, The Flash is a title, or you're calling on The Flash with some sort of time-travel jutsu, and the 11DBTF is inside of you, waiting to get out. Maybe it would use the other Fox-like items you have? You have the 9-tailed Fox's spirit, and the 11TF's tails, as well as a theme from the 9TF. How they both existed at the same time if they're you in previous loops, aforementioned Time Travel Jutsu, or something happened as a result of that seal, that combined The Flash and the 11DBTF. This theory also happens to explain why you can store enough Awesome to withstand three direct attacks by the RNG (witching hour, PW in the feilds, and the Hard End). Rambly off-topic things aside, it ultimately makes sense, as it means that they were both memories of a past life, both stored in your Tiny Bee weapon because it's just showing you a past series, still starring your character, just in two different roles. Obviously, the first series was done by Gainax, while Bv S was either done by Studio Shaft (off the wall comedy full of refereces, just their specialty) or also Gainax (think FLCL)."
Terri is aligned with Awesome.Her summon, Sickle Weasel, has an eyepatch.
RNG/Red Eyes wear Monocles.A monocle's like an eyepatch... but instead of blocking vision, it makes it finer. Due to the way his glasses fog, it looks like Mr. Tea wears a monocle. According to Word Of God, he's the most evil character in the game. The explosions of Awesome by villiages undergoing the Impossible Mission which created the Wasteland leave parts for monocles in their wake. And according to their own description, their purpose is to protect the eyes from harmful Awesome radiation. What can resist Awesome? The RNG.
The 'B' in BvS and BR both stand for BillyEvery time we encounter what we think is a bug in the code is really Billy pranking us (or sometimes the 11DBHK). So when we file a BR (Billy Report), we're really just tattling on Billy.
The first activation of The Loop happened in game.More specifically, it was The Recode. Hero's Quest focuses on a war between Ninja and Kaiju, which was abruptly ended when The Loop (i.e. the structure designed for large scale Looping en-masse) activated. A war which could quite easily have been known as the Ninja World War; which vanished with The Recode. Also, all the new areas post-Recode have focused in some way on characters who are at least partially aware of The Loop: Burger Ninja/Pizza Witch had Cici, Hero's Quest has Timmy, R00t had Flipper, and the quests relating to World Kaiju had those 3 plus Terri and MC Stripeypants; not to mention a host of other little references and such (e.g. Mahjong and Hanafuda both made some references, with Stalkergirl and Yuri tipping their hands slightly in regards to what they know. Stalkergirl level 3 even has the broken infinity symbol on her chest which is the closest thing to a symbol for The Loop that has been shown/referred to so far.)
Each player/protagonist exists within their own Field.Essentially, each player/protagonist is experiencing the same set of events (so everything from the normal ninja missions through to stuff like WorldKaiju and Hero's Quest) but doing them differently or with a different set of items at that point or at a different point in time, etc etc. This could be explained by the Loop, causing each player to exist as a different iteration of the protagonist, however this wouldn't explain things like villages or WorldKaiju. Fields, with their parallel universe-esque qualities, would explain it however, as items and beings can exist across multiple Fields. Assuming Fields didn't necessarily need to be vastly different in the sense that the Fields accessible via the Chaos Gate are, it would allow for a multitude of simultaneous, vastly similar Fields to exist based on one world i.e. the BvS world. Villages would, then, act as a focal point for multiple Fields, collapsing them into one, mutually agreed upon area aka a village. WorldKaiju, on the other hand, would be perceivable across multiple Fields but primarily exist in and affect only one: the Field of the one who summoned it. Attacking a WorldKaiju you didn't summon is then, in the BvS world, akin to attacking a Phase: you're attacking a being that exists in a slightly different Field than your own. However, unlike Phases, which exist and can move across multiple Fields (allowing for retaliation), WorldKaiju exist in just one field, thus explaining why they are fought more like Kaiju rather than like Phases.