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* AmbiguouslyEvil: She appears to be an envoy for the Family and has an antagonistic relationship with Paul. Paul also does not want his friend to be contacted by Jill, claiming that they wouldn't be able to "escape" if she were to start doing so.

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* AmbiguouslyEvil: She appears to be She’s close enough with Paul that she was with him on his birthday. Despite this, their relationship seems antagonistic, with her serving as an envoy for the Family and has an antagonistic relationship with Paul.Family. Paul also does not want his friend to be contacted by Jill, claiming that they wouldn't be able to "escape" if she were to start doing so.

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* DrivenToSuicide: One of the most accepted interpretations of the end of Petscop 11, which has the scene of him giving Petscop to The Family in the first place, immediately before he goes to the bathroom. Paul then has to climb into the bathtub to progress. The episode ends with this message:
--> Fuck you all, and fuck me as well. Check your bathroom now.


* AmbiguouslyEvil: She seems to be an envoy for the Family and has an antagonistic relationship with Paul. Paul also does not want his friend to be contacted by Jill, claiming that they wouldn't be able to "escape" if she were to start doing so.

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* AmbiguouslyEvil: She seems appears to be an envoy for the Family and has an antagonistic relationship with Paul. Paul also does not want his friend to be contacted by Jill, claiming that they wouldn't be able to "escape" if she were to start doing so.

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* VagueAge: In Petscop 2, Paul makes mention of them coming home "next month", which would have been May 2017 based on upload date, suggesting that they may be a college student.


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* AmbiguouslyEvil: She seems to be an envoy for the Family and has an antagonistic relationship with Paul. Paul also does not want his friend to be contacted by Jill, claiming that they wouldn't be able to "escape" if she were to start doing so.


* AbusiveParents: A few videos (Petscop 5 and 11 more specifically) imply that he's this, especially when he [[spoiler:kidnaps Care]]. Petscop 11 also implies he's a {{Domestic Abuser}} and 20 [[spoiler:revealed that he was emotionally abusive to his daughter Care.]]

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* AbusiveParents: A few videos (Petscop 5 and 11 more specifically) imply that he's this, especially when he [[spoiler:kidnaps Care]]. Petscop 11 also implies he's a {{Domestic Abuser}} Abuse}}r and 20 [[spoiler:revealed that he was emotionally abusive to his daughter Care.]]


* [[spoiler:SameSurnameMeansRelated: Possibly Subverted as Tiara's given last name is 'Leskowitz' like Lina, yet according to Rainer she is 'Not part of the family'. This could mean that Tiara is family but Belle is not]]

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* [[spoiler:SameSurnameMeansRelated: Possibly SameSurnameMeansRelated: [[spoiler:Possibly Subverted as Tiara's given last name is 'Leskowitz' like Lina, yet according to Rainer she is 'Not part of the family'. This could mean that Tiara is family but Belle is not]]


* [[spoiler: ChekhovsGunman: She is Belle. Paul addresses her by name in Petscop 22.]]

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* [[spoiler: ChekhovsGunman: She [[spoiler:She is Belle. Paul addresses her by name in Petscop 22.]]


* VillainExitStageLeft: [[spoiler:He leaves after Paul improperly plays the needles piano in the machine room. The green Tool disappears from the school at the same time.]]

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* VillainExitStageLeft: [[spoiler:He leaves after as Paul improperly plays the needles piano in the machine room. The green Tool disappears from the school at the same time.]]


* VillainExitStageLeft: [[spoiler:He leaves after Paul botches the rebirthing ritual. The green Tool, which Marvin controls, disappears from the school for the first time as well.]]

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* VillainExitStageLeft: [[spoiler:He leaves after Paul botches improperly plays the rebirthing ritual. needles piano in the machine room. The green Tool, which Marvin controls, Tool disappears from the school for at the first time as well.same time.]]



* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Tool is usually red, but it sometimes briefly turns pink. In the school, a green tool controlled by Marvin will follow and direct Paul.

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Tool is usually red, but it sometimes briefly turns pink.
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In the school, a green tool controlled by Marvin will follow and direct Paul.Paul. It's associated with Marvin's presence and may be controlled by him.


* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Tool is usually red, but it sometimes briefly turns pink. In the school, a green tool controlled by Marvin will follow Paul and direct him.

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Tool is usually red, but it sometimes briefly turns pink. In the school, a green tool controlled by Marvin will follow Paul and direct him.Paul.


* VillainExitStageLeft: [[spoiler:He leaves after Paul botches the rebirthing ritual. The green Tool, which Marvin controls, disappears from the school for the first time as well.]]



* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Tool is usually red, but it sometimes briefly turns pink.
* LivingProp: Newmaker/Paul only interacts with them by asking it questions and not much else.

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Tool is usually red, but it sometimes briefly turns pink. \n In the school, a green tool controlled by Marvin will follow Paul and direct him.
* LivingProp: Newmaker/Paul Players only interacts interact with them it by asking it questions and not much else.



* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Anything relating to him is a pink. However, the eyebrow-less version of his room is yellow (a color normally associated with Care).

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Anything relating to him is a pink. However, the eyebrow-less version of his room is yellow (a color normally associated with Care).


* [[spoiler: ChekovsGunman: She is Belle. Paul addresses her by name in Petscop 22.]]

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* [[spoiler: ChekovsGunman: ChekhovsGunman: She is Belle. Paul addresses her by name in Petscop 22.]]


* [[spoiler: ChekovsGunman: She is Belle. Paul addresses her by name in Petscop 22.]]



* TheGhost: So far they have yet to make any sort of proper appearance (as far as we know); Paul's phone conversations are recorded from Paul's end, [[NewhartPhoneCall making it impossible for us to hear their voice]]. So far the only concrete piece of information we have about them is that [[spoiler:they aren't related to Paul, or to the other people shown in the game]].


* TheGhost: So far they have yet to make any sort of proper appearance (as far as we know); Paul's phone conversations are recorded from Paul's end, [[RealityEnsues making it impossible for us to hear their voice]]. So far the only concrete piece of information we have about them is that [[spoiler:they aren't related to Paul, or to the other people shown in the game]].

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* NewhartPhoneCall: Their only "appearances" have been when Paul is speaking on the phone with them, but we only ever hear Paul’s side.
* TheGhost: So far they have yet to make any sort of proper appearance (as far as we know); Paul's phone conversations are recorded from Paul's end, [[RealityEnsues [[NewhartPhoneCall making it impossible for us to hear their voice]]. So far the only concrete piece of information we have about them is that [[spoiler:they aren't related to Paul, or to the other people shown in the game]].


* PutOnABus: Has been absent since Petscop 15 and we don't know what happened to him.

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* PutOnABus: Has been absent since Petscop 15 and we don't know what happened to him. [[spoiler:His voice is heard again for a time in Petscop 22, but the Green Key indicates this is more AnachronisticOrder.]]

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