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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.
Wiki Sandbox
Der wagga-wagga snorkle-snorkle is plaftz.
Fer whitz dee bloop-bloop!

The wiki sandbox is a Time Lord.
Everything else is a Time Lord, so why not the wiki sandbox? It can do bold and italic, and make potholes. Also, the wiki sandbox has a TARDIS, though its chameleon circuit disguised it as this tiny ASCII art. (It's Bigger on the Inside.)

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Custom titles are broken.
Just look at these:

The mass of 1 pound is 0.4536 kilograms.
Wolfram|Alpha told me. Now that's how you do wild mass guessing. (Am I supposed to pothole Incredibly Lame Pun, or Literal-Minded?)

Custom titles do not always work.
The first link displays the custom title, but the second link does not.

The "!" formatting can make boxes identical to the "WMG" formatting.

You can tell by this page whether this was confirmed or jossed.

Sonic 2 Dimps Edition

The Toads in Decalburg (and possibly the entire PM: SS world) are zombies

http://nicocw.deviantart.com/art/DECALBURG-337848123

Action52

  • "Oh my God, this the future! Note to self: Arlen has been renamed 'Fartland.'" "Wait a minute, this isn't the future, this is the past! Bill's gonna trip over that pot hole!" "Nancy, if there's anything you want to do now, for the love of God just do it!"

Wikia

The wraiths are combinations of the ghosts of Pikmin killed in the previous games — or something like that

The "family" (though the two instances we see are pretty different) isn't introduced until 2, which begins with the only known Pikmin being five Reds, Yellows, and Blues each, which already gives some implications that many of them died down between the two games. So even if Zero Casualty Runs are considered canon, there's that to suggest their deaths. The wraiths bear somewhat humanoid shapes, even though the only creature coming close to this native on the planet is the Pikmin themselves. The Waterwraith specifically only targets Captains over Pikmin (though this could be attributed to AI limitations) and it seemingly follows them specifically down the cave, and the Plasm Wraith holds an odd want to keep Olimar with it.

The Waterwraith in particular raises some suspicion, both due to its only known weakness being a member of the Pikmin family and its location containing the highest amount of Bulbmin in the game. It probably hid out in Submerged Castle deliberatley to try to limit Olimar and Louie's arsonal so that there was less of a chance the team would fight it off.

One last thing to note, before the later two instalments color-coded the ghosts, in the first game the Pikmin ghosts were a pale blue, somewhat like a more opaque color scheme that the Waterwraith has.

  • Sequel Hook:
    • This was even present in the first game, if only slightly: the best ending includes a brief scene with several Onions, all except for maybe a blue one bearing colors of Pikmin not seen in this game. Of course, given how Purple and White Pikmin do not have Onions in the second game, and how the Onion's design was changed (possibly from evolution) in the third, this bit of possible foreshadowing seems odd in hindsight.
  • What Happened to the Mouse? What happened to the numerous, other-colored Onions seen in the best ending of the first game? Especially since none of the new Pikmin introduced in the second have Onions, and the third game changes their design? Or the Purple and White Pikmin at the end of the second, given how they weren't even seen at all in the 100% ending sequence among the Pikmin crowd?
  • What Happened to the Mouse?
    • The first game's best ending had a number of Onions flying up in space.

(Fridge Horror)
  • The Waterwraith. It A: Is a humanoid creature in a series where the only other humanoids (before the Plasm Wraith comes in) are the Pikmin themselves and where humanity has been confirmed by Word of God to have died out, and B: Doesn't leave a ghost when it's killed. Nearly every other enemy in the series (including the illusions created by the Plasm Wraith) leave ghosts when killed. So that really adds to the big question one might have about it: what the hell is this thing?

Every page on this wiki will eventually mention the Poochie episode of The Simpsons

And I am only adding to the list with this WMG. Man, Poochie is like one of those memetic SCPs or something.

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It's been a long time comin' but it finally came,
For Bun B to get his mother home safetly
The Smart Guy
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