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[[WMG:''Airlocked'' explains Queenie's CharacterDerailment in ''[[Film/FantasticBeastsThe|CrimesOfGrindelwald]].'']]

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[[WMG:''Airlocked'' explains Queenie's CharacterDerailment in ''[[Film/FantasticBeastsThe|CrimesOfGrindelwald]].''Film/FantasticBeastsTheCrimesOfGrindelwald.'']]


* {{Jossed}}. [[spoiler:"She" is Jamie and C.E.C.E. working together.]]

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* {{Jossed}}. [[spoiler:"She" is Jamie and C.E.C.E. working together.]]]]

[[WMG:''Airlocked'' explains Queenie's CharacterDerailment in ''[[Film/FantasticBeastsThe|CrimesOfGrindelwald]].'']]
How so? The real deal was still in space. The Queenie we saw was a LoonyFan who'd gotten a ''little'' upset at the ImmoralRealityShow reveal, got their hands on [=InterGal=] technology, and ended up in her world and time in cosplay to escape into what they'd thought was fiction, thus ruining everything.


* Either this or the previous theory would also explain why the restriction on ''FireEmblemFates'' characters only applies to rounds 2 and 3. Season 1 happened before EP's promise to Xander, and other networks wouldn't be beholden to said promise.

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* Either this or the previous theory would also explain why the restriction on ''FireEmblemFates'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' characters only applies to rounds 2 and 3. Season 1 happened before EP's promise to Xander, and other networks wouldn't be beholden to said promise.



* Would explain the lift on the ''FireEmblemFates'' characters too. Why keep your promise when you can just break it and entice one of your most popular Champions to return with someone he thought would be safe?

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* Would explain the lift on the ''FireEmblemFates'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' characters too. Why keep your promise when you can just break it and entice one of your most popular Champions to return with someone he thought would be safe?


[[WMG: Round 5 will reveal that the series is set in the continuity of NewDanganronpaV3 Set Far, far after the events of that game and that [=InterGal=] 7 is actually a Rebuilt version of Team Danganronpa, and that the show itself is a spiritual successor to the Danganronpa show.]]

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[[WMG: Round 5 will reveal that the series is set in the continuity of NewDanganronpaV3 VisualNovel/NewDanganronpaV3 Set Far, far after the events of that game and that [=InterGal=] 7 is actually a Rebuilt version of Team Danganronpa, and that the show itself is a spiritual successor to the Danganronpa show.]]


* {{Jossed}}; it really is the amalgam of multiple space- and future-based settings that it's always been shown to be, and it's not in the DRV3 universe.

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* {{Jossed}}; it really is the amalgam of multiple space- and future-based settings that it's always been shown to be, and it's not in the DRV3 DR V3 universe.


* {{Jossed}}; it really is the amalgam of multiple space- and future-based settings that it's always been shown to be, and it's not in the DR universe.

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* {{Jossed}}; it really is the amalgam of multiple space- and future-based settings that it's always been shown to be, and it's not in the DR DRV3 universe.



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*{{Jossed}}; it really is the amalgam of multiple space- and future-based settings that it's always been shown to be, and it's not in the DR universe.



** [[IKnewIt Update:]] Used in the second intermission for the intern Church flirts with.

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** [[IKnewIt Update:]] Used in the second intermission for the intern Church flirts with.with [[spoiler:and again for Simone, who we're initially supposed to think is her.]]




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* {{Jossed}}, though the network did invade the mansion to steal everyone's regains for the gacha.




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* [[spoiler:{{Jossed}}. As Price tells Church, the Director was not brought back after he died in canon.]]




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* [[spoiler:{{Jossed}}. Their similarity is a bit more... [[TwoAliasesOneCharacter direct]].]]



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* [[IKnewIt Confirmed]], with a combination of hiding the character's own speaking tells and trying to sound cool.



In the Round 4 intermission, he mentioned that he had a sister who'd just laid eggs, [[spoiler:whom the network was holding over him as a threat. He also mentioned that his fans didn't notice he was gone because the network posted his backlog content. Wouldn't ''family'' notice, though?]] Aside from that, Airlocked's throwaway side characters always seem to come back -- Kip, Yl'lb Ein, the Temerity cosplayer in the coffee shop, Arachnea, Rox Petuu, and even [[spoiler:the permadead Round 3 [=NPCs=]]] all come to mind. With all this plus the fact that she uses words like "lass" and her dialect is confirmed by WordOfGod in the Discord chat to be more Gaelic than the Southern that Ardyn had read it as, it's a distinct possibility.

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In the Round 4 intermission, he mentioned that he had a sister who'd just laid eggs, [[spoiler:whom the network was holding over him as a threat. He also mentioned that his fans didn't notice he was gone because the network posted his backlog content. Wouldn't ''family'' notice, though?]] Aside from that, Airlocked's throwaway side characters always seem to come back -- Kip, Yl'lb Ein, the Temerity cosplayer in the coffee shop, Arachnea, Rox Petuu, and even [[spoiler:the permadead Round 3 [=NPCs=]]] all come to mind. With all this plus the fact that she uses words like "lass" and her dialect is confirmed by WordOfGod in the Discord chat to be more Gaelic than the Southern that Ardyn had read it as, it's a distinct possibility.possibility.
* {{Jossed}}. [[spoiler:"She" is Jamie and C.E.C.E. working together.]]


In the Round 4 intermission, he mentioned that he had a sister who'd just laid eggs, [[spoiler:whom the network was holding over him as a threat. He also mentioned that his fans didn't notice he was gone because the network posted his backlog content. Wouldn't ''family'' notice, though?]] Aside from that, Airlocked's throwaway side characters always seem to come back -- Kip, Yl'lb Ein, the Temerity cosplayer in the coffee shop, Arachnea, Rox Petuu, and even [[spoiler:the permadead Round 3 [=NPCs=]]] all come to mind. With all this plus the fact that she called Fukawa "lass," it's a distinct possibility.

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In the Round 4 intermission, he mentioned that he had a sister who'd just laid eggs, [[spoiler:whom the network was holding over him as a threat. He also mentioned that his fans didn't notice he was gone because the network posted his backlog content. Wouldn't ''family'' notice, though?]] Aside from that, Airlocked's throwaway side characters always seem to come back -- Kip, Yl'lb Ein, the Temerity cosplayer in the coffee shop, Arachnea, Rox Petuu, and even [[spoiler:the permadead Round 3 [=NPCs=]]] all come to mind. With all this plus the fact that she called Fukawa "lass," uses words like "lass" and her dialect is confirmed by WordOfGod in the Discord chat to be more Gaelic than the Southern that Ardyn had read it as, it's a distinct possibility.


Sure, she sounded a little like Ardyn in her first conversation, but the overall diction was a little Thomasin-like, too. She probably knows full well how all the other rebels turned out, so she doesn't want to leave hints as to her identity; after all, [[spoiler:even just showing up to Rad's channel made Jaycee a target]] in the Round 4 intermission. Thus, being very careful to hide her own tells, she's instead imitating the group she's speaking with.

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Sure, she sounded a little like Ardyn in her first conversation, but the overall diction was a little Thomasin-like, too. She probably knows full well how all the other rebels turned out, so she doesn't want to leave hints as to her identity; after all, [[spoiler:even just showing up to Rad's channel made Jaycee a target]] in the Round 4 intermission. Thus, being very careful to hide her own tells, she's instead imitating the group she's speaking with.with.

[[WMG:Lady Consequence is [=SkepticJaycee's=] sister.]]
In the Round 4 intermission, he mentioned that he had a sister who'd just laid eggs, [[spoiler:whom the network was holding over him as a threat. He also mentioned that his fans didn't notice he was gone because the network posted his backlog content. Wouldn't ''family'' notice, though?]] Aside from that, Airlocked's throwaway side characters always seem to come back -- Kip, Yl'lb Ein, the Temerity cosplayer in the coffee shop, Arachnea, Rox Petuu, and even [[spoiler:the permadead Round 3 [=NPCs=]]] all come to mind. With all this plus the fact that she called Fukawa "lass," it's a distinct possibility.


Cece's mother left her and her father when Cece was young. She's described as "driven", "passionate", and "kind of scary". Cece is also an [[Franchise/MassEffect Asari]], which means her mother was also one. During Round 4/Season 1 Rox has a moment of near sympathy for [[spoiler:Karamatsu]] after [[spoiler:Zombina's]] trial, telling him she knows what it's like to lose family. They're both shown to have purple blood/tears.

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Cece's mother left her and her father when Cece was young. She's described as "driven", "passionate", and "kind of scary". Cece is also an [[Franchise/MassEffect Asari]], which means her mother was also one. During Round 4/Season 1 Rox has a moment of near sympathy for [[spoiler:Karamatsu]] after [[spoiler:Zombina's]] trial, telling him she knows what it's like to lose family. They're both shown to have purple blood/tears.blood/tears.

[[WMG:Lady Consequence is imitating all of the Champions.]]
Sure, she sounded a little like Ardyn in her first conversation, but the overall diction was a little Thomasin-like, too. She probably knows full well how all the other rebels turned out, so she doesn't want to leave hints as to her identity; after all, [[spoiler:even just showing up to Rad's channel made Jaycee a target]] in the Round 4 intermission. Thus, being very careful to hide her own tells, she's instead imitating the group she's speaking with.


That actualy explains the similarities of both premises, as the show/game IS an Aftershow /spiritual successor after the attempted shutdown by the survivors failed, and that fans of the show wanted more, so Team Danganronpa introduced a similar show without monokuma, as with pre-existing fictional characters instead of ones created /based of the participants, so that it is more controlled. The show grew and grew to the point where it is surviving into the space age.

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That actualy explains the similarities of both premises, as the show/game IS an Aftershow /spiritual successor Aftershow/SpiritualSuccessor after the attempted shutdown by the survivors failed, and that Due to the fans of the show wanted more, so wanting more and rioting leading to Team Danganronpa introduced introducing a similar show without monokuma, as with pre-existing fictional characters instead of ones created /based created/based of the participants, so that it is more controlled. The show grew and grew to the point where it is surviving into the space age.



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* [[OhCrap Confirmed...]]


Cece's mother left her and her father when Cece was young. She's described as "driven", "passionate", and "kind of scary". Cece is also an [[Franchise/MassEffect Asari]], which means her mother was also one. During Round 4/Season 1 Rox has a moment of near sympathy for [[spoiler:Karamatsu]] after [[spoiler:Zombina's]] trial, telling him she knows what it's like to lose family. Plus they're both shown to have purple blood/tears.

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Cece's mother left her and her father when Cece was young. She's described as "driven", "passionate", and "kind of scary". Cece is also an [[Franchise/MassEffect Asari]], which means her mother was also one. During Round 4/Season 1 Rox has a moment of near sympathy for [[spoiler:Karamatsu]] after [[spoiler:Zombina's]] trial, telling him she knows what it's like to lose family. Plus they're They're both shown to have purple blood/tears.


Cece's mother left her and her father when Cece was young. She's described as "driven", "passionate", and "kind of scary". Cece is also an Asari, which means her mother was also one.

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Cece's mother left her and her father when Cece was young. She's described as "driven", "passionate", and "kind of scary". Cece is also an Asari, [[Franchise/MassEffect Asari]], which means her mother was also one.one. During Round 4/Season 1 Rox has a moment of near sympathy for [[spoiler:Karamatsu]] after [[spoiler:Zombina's]] trial, telling him she knows what it's like to lose family. Plus they're both shown to have purple blood/tears.

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