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* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports conflict regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down, and when Henry calls an old ally for help in ''Complex'', the scenario is governed by SchrodingersGun. However, there are certain clues that certain endings are or are not canon:

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* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports conflict regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down, and when Henry calls an old ally for help in ''Complex'', the scenario is governed by SchrodingersGun. However, there are certain clues that certain endings are or are not canon:canon. Despite this, ''Mission'' is [[https://blogimg.ngfiles.com/7000/iu_7782_2240474.jpg shown to have all of the endings from ''Airship'' and ''Complex'' to combine with before launching the mission]].



** The Toppat Clan ending of ''Complex'' results in [[spoiler:Henry’s betrayal and presumable death]], implying that it (and possibly the corresponding ending in ''Airship'') isn’t canon, [[spoiler:as another sequel is in the works.]]

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** The Toppat Clan ending of ''Complex'' results in [[spoiler:Henry’s betrayal and presumable death]], implying that it (and possibly the corresponding ending in ''Airship'') isn’t canon, [[spoiler:as another sequel is in the works.]]work although the aforementioned sequel includes "The Betrayed" ending as a possible choice in your combination before launching the mission]].

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** Finally, none of the [[TheManyDeathsOfYou FAIL endings]] appear to be canon, as the sequels always make references to Henry’s previous successful heists.


** The police car stolen in the Badass ending of ''Prison'', and the scooter used in the Aggressive ending of ''Diamond'', both make cameos in ''Airship'', implying that those are the real endings.
** The Toppat Clan ending of ''Complex'' results in Henry’s betrayal and presumable death, implying that it (and possibly the corresponding ending in ''Airship'') isn’t canon, as another sequel is in the works.

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** The police car stolen in the Badass ending of ''Prison'', and the scooter used in the Aggressive ending of ''Diamond'', both make cameos ''Prison'' makes a cameo in ''Airship'', implying that those are that’s the real endings.
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** The scooter used (and subsequently lost/destroyed) in the Aggressive ending of ''Diamond'' also makes a cameo, so it’s likely that ending is ''not'' canon.
** The Toppat Clan ending of ''Complex'' results in Henry’s [[spoiler:Henry’s betrayal and presumable death, death]], implying that it (and possibly the corresponding ending in ''Airship'') isn’t canon, as [[spoiler:as another sequel is in the works.]]


** The Toppat Clan ending of ''Complex'' results in Henry’s betrayal and presumable death, implying that it (and possibly the corresponding ending in ''Airship'' isn’t canon, as another sequel is in the works.

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** The Toppat Clan ending of ''Complex'' results in Henry’s betrayal and presumable death, implying that it (and possibly the corresponding ending in ''Airship'' ''Airship'') isn’t canon, as another sequel is in the works.


* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports conflict regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down, and when Henry calls an old ally for help in ''Complex'', the scenario is governed by SchrodingersGun.

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* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports conflict regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down, and when Henry calls an old ally for help in ''Complex'', the scenario is governed by SchrodingersGun. However, there are certain clues that certain endings are or are not canon:
** The police car stolen in the Badass ending of ''Prison'', and the scooter used in the Aggressive ending of ''Diamond'', both make cameos in ''Airship'', implying that those are the real endings.
** The Toppat Clan ending of ''Complex'' results in Henry’s betrayal and presumable death, implying that it (and possibly the corresponding ending in ''Airship'' isn’t canon, as another sequel is in the works.

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* TheWikiRule: The series naturally has [[http://henrystickmin.wikia.com/wiki/Henry_Stickmin_Wiki:Henry_Stickman_Wiki its own Wiki]].

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* TalkingToHimself: With the exception of Ellie, Puffballs voices all of the characters himself.


* ColbertBump: Once [[LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} Mark]] and [[LetsPlay/JackSepticEye Jack]] played the games, the games gained a lot more attention than they did prior.

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* ColbertBump: Once [[LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} Mark]] and [[LetsPlay/JackSepticEye Jack]] played the games, the games they gained a lot more attention than they did prior.


* ColbertBump: Once LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} and LetsPlay/JackSepticEye played the game, the games gained a lot more attention than they did prior.

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* ColbertBump: Once LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} [[LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} Mark]] and LetsPlay/JackSepticEye [[LetsPlay/JackSepticEye Jack]] played the game, games, the games gained a lot more attention than they did prior.


* ColbertBump: Once LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} played the game, the games gained a lot more attention than they did prior.

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* ColbertBump: Once LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} and LetsPlay/JackSepticEye played the game, the games gained a lot more attention than they did prior.


* ColbertBump: Once LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} played the game, the games gained a lot more attention then they did prior.

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* ColbertBump: Once LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} played the game, the games gained a lot more attention then than they did prior.


* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports conflict regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down. This is brought up again later on, when Henry can call either Charles the helictoper pilot or the Toppat Clan for help to escape the complex. When you choose the Charles, he and Henry turn out to still be on friendly terms with one another, making either “Relentless Bounty Hunter” or “Government Supported Private Investigator” the canon ending of Airship. But if you choose the Toppat Clan we learn that Henry is still their leader, making “Rapidly Promoted Executive” the canon ending of Airship.

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* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports conflict regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down. This is brought up again later on, down, and when Henry can call either Charles the helictoper pilot or the Toppat Clan calls an old ally for help to escape in ''Complex'', the complex. When you choose the Charles, he and Henry turn out to still be on friendly terms with one another, making either “Relentless Bounty Hunter” or “Government Supported Private Investigator” the canon ending of Airship. But if you choose the Toppat Clan we learn that Henry scenario is still their leader, making “Rapidly Promoted Executive” the canon ending of Airship. governed by SchrodingersGun.


* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports conflict regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down.

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* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports conflict regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down. This is brought up again later on, when Henry can call either Charles the helictoper pilot or the Toppat Clan for help to escape the complex. When you choose the Charles, he and Henry turn out to still be on friendly terms with one another, making either “Relentless Bounty Hunter” or “Government Supported Private Investigator” the canon ending of Airship. But if you choose the Toppat Clan we learn that Henry is still their leader, making “Rapidly Promoted Executive” the canon ending of Airship.


* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports vary regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down.

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* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports vary conflict regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down.


* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports are mixed regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down.

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* ShrugOfGod: ''None'' of the games' MultipleEndings are treated as the "real" endings; any ending seems to be as canon as any other. The files of Henry's past misdeeds in the intro of ''Airship'' are randomly selected, and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gTcaA1gBRE teaser]] for ''Complex'' mentions that reports are mixed vary regarding whether Henry joined the Toppats or took them down.

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