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This is a "Wild Mass Guess" entry, where we pull out all the sanity stops on theorizing. The regular entry on this topic is elsewhere. Please see this programme note.
Inglip
Inglip is Lord English
  • Has anyone noticed that "Lord Inglip" sounds rather like "Lord English"?
    • Yes, but that might be a reference to his former incarnation as Henry VI.

Inglip is clairvoyant and a fan of The Colbert Report
  • It's the only explanation for his provision of moral and financial support for Stephen Colbert via Colbert SuperPAC months before his running for president in the Republican primary!

Inglip is Henry VI
, having made a deal with the Outer Gods. During the War of the Roses, Henry VI was aware of his insanity, and wanted the power/knowledge to prove he was worthy of leading the English people. He peered into the abyss and encountered an Outer God, who'd give him the means for finally being more than a puppet. this backfired BIG TIME. Henry VI died, and was reborn as Great Old One hybrid-Inglip!

Oxallo doesn't exist. He's an imagination of Prodlly.
- Oxallo began as a joke by Prodlly which wasn't even canon. - Oxallo died in the Great War of Trathira, but that didn't have an effect on Prodllys trolling powers. - Oxallo came back with a new captcha, but claimed to be Cary Grant. - Prodlly rarely hears to what Oxallo is saying, and doesn't risk a smiting. (Try that on Inglip). - Consequently, a valid explanation of this all would be that Prodlly is as mad as, say, the Joker or Deadpool and just hallucinates Oxallo.
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