I love Sanaku’s art and character ideas so I made fan art of Zoire from Time’s Puppet. Idk if he has darkness powers but I added that and an exaggerated Scythe and scarf to make the picture look more ridiculous. @sanaku
Skip did you know that they paint the mst3k robots mat black when film the movie theatre bits? It just seems really unsettling
YES! I heard Jonah talking about it on MBMBAM actually (which was an elating conversation) and how much it freaked him out when he first got on board with the show. It is a little bit creepy but hey, that’s showbiz baby.
DSOD Review Art (5) - Imprisoned In the World Without You
Looking at my dashboard, I figured I should point out some of lots of important details on the movie,
especially about Kaiba’s obsession with Yami.
The prideshipping feels already in the title but I’m doing my best ridding it of this post
As I mentioned in my tumblr I watched the movie 8 times and I’m going to do it on this Saturday once more in another unofficial special screening event held here… so I think I’m one of those who can help other Yugioh fans enjoy this beautiful movie before it comes out internationally next year :D
New “Genius” show sells Einstein as the smartest man ever but it’s a lie.
National Geographic aired a new show, “Genius” focusing on the life of Einstein, claiming he solved the mysteries of the universe despite being hated by Germans for being Jewish. In reality, Einstein was a plagiarist, communist, Zionist and a fraud. He is a constructed myth.
Is it not ironical that in a planned society of controlled workers given compulsory assignments, where religious expression is suppressed, the press controlled, and all media of communication censored, where a puppet government is encouraged but denied any real authority, where great attention is given to efficiency and character reports, and attendance at cultural assemblies is mandatory, where it is avowed that all will be administered to each according to his needs and performance required from each according to his abilities, and where those who flee are tracked down, returned, and punished for trying to escape - in short in the milieu of the typical large American secondary school - we attempt to teach ‘the democratic system’?
A forbidden Indonesian game that uses hand made puppets to communicate with spirits. The puppets are made from wood and their heads are made from coconut shells. They are then clothed and have faces drawn on them.
The game is played typically (at night) with 3-4 people who hold the dolls up and read a mantra. The puppets have pens placed in their hands and are then asked questions. Supposedly the puppets will move and begin to write down on a piece of paper. The game is forbidden because there is a risk of being possessed by evil spirits.
This seems like it might have been overlooked by most of the community, but is The Puppet a sixth murdered child?
Seeing as how the “Bad Ending” of Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 depicts the heads of the original 5 characters from the first Five Nights at Freddy’s (The good ending may also depict these heads, but without lights, you can’t see Golden Freddy’s in the back. It’s also possible that there actually is no head for Golden Freddy, as his costume didn’t appear in Five Nights at Freddy’s 3, even as decoration. The lights in the Bad Ending may have been symbolic of it’s representation).
And the “The Happiest Day” minigame in Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 shows these same masks being worn by the five dead children (The fifth child puts on the Golden Freddy head when the minigame is completed) as well.
We also see in the “Give Gifts” minigame in Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 that The Puppet possibly “gives life” to the dead children (Giving them new life in the bodies of the animatronics). Once again, Golden Freddy is an exception, as the costume may have been used by the killer, then disposed of. The fifth dead child appears for a single frame in the minigame, right before Golden Freddy’s head flies out from the center of the frame, obscuring them. The fifth dead child may instead be attached to a spiritual representation of Golden Freddy, explaining why Golden Freddy doesn’t seem attached to reality and instead shows up as a bizarre manifestation.
Just who/what is this Puppet? How is it even aware of the Dead Children’s situation and how can it manipulate their souls to help them? It seems to also be behind the erratic behavior of the non-haunted animatronics, as it appears to be leading them places (it guides “Toy” Freddy in the “SAVETHEM” Minigame).
There’s something else unaccounted for.
In the “Get Ready” minigame in Five Nights at Freddy’s 2, we see the five dead children (we see the Purple Guy standing in the corner of the previous room in this minigame as well). But aren’t we forgetting someone?
This child, who appears in the “Take Cake to the Children” minigame in Five Nights at Freddy’s 2. They seem to be murdered by the same Purple Figure, but not in the restaurant. Rather, the child seems to be crying outside before the Purple Guy drives up and kills him.
Does this sixth child go on to inhabit The Puppet? Was this child the first victim of the murderer? Was their death/disappearance overlooked by the newspaper clippings in the original Five Nights at Freddy’s because they weren’t actually in the restaurant?
It’s also worth noting that the jump-scare at the end of this minigame features The Puppet, despite it not actually appearing anywhere in the minigame. This is bizarre, as the jump-scare of the death minigames usually correspond to a main feature of the minigame:
“SAVETHEM” features no jump-scare, instead cutting to static “Give Gifts” features Golden Freddy, who appears directly after a fifth dead child appears in the center, possibly symbolizing the fifth child being Golden Freddy. “Get Ready!” features Foxy, who you control during the minigame, and is the only animatronic to appear in the minigame. Is this also implying that it may have been Foxy who witnessed the murders and went berserk, causing the bite of ‘87? “Take Cake to the Children” oddly features The Puppet, who doesn’t appear in the minigame. Instead, only “Classic” Freddy appears in the minigame.
Is this minigame corresponding to the “creation” of The Puppet?
It would explain why The Puppet seems to be fully aware of what it is doing in regards to the other Animatronics. It’s possible that The Puppet was the “someone” who “tampered with” the recognition software and behavior of the other Animatronics in Five Nights at Freddy’s 2.It’s also possible that the scenes we see at the end of each night in Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 correspond to the process of The Puppet placing a child’s soul in an Animatronic, in this case Freddy.
It’s also worth noting one other thing in the “The Happiest Day” minigame.
Why does The Puppet not only look like one of the Children, but fade away with them once they find peace? It’s short and stubby, versus it’s normal, very thin and gangly appearance:
Is The Puppet in the minigame also a Child, but from a death from a different situation?
ALSO, it is worth noting that Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 features EXACTLYsix “Phantom” characters (There are only five shown in the “Extras” menu, but “Phantom Mangle” can show up hanging from the ceiling in the room with the Foxy lamp, then appears on the other side of the divider wall in the office, screaming and creating an Audio Error).
Are these Phantoms representations of the six dead children? Since all the physical Animatronics are destroyed (except for Spring Bonnie/Springtrap, who may be possessed by a different spirit altogether), do the children manifest as these Phantoms instead?
This would explain the strange circumstances surrounding The Puppet’s actions.
Community / Sesame Street mash-up. The design was inspired by last week’s episode of “Community”, but I wanted to give it more of a pop-cultural edge. The character colors are based on those of Sesame Street puppets.