human plane

renaming bands

anxiety at the disco

half a minute to mars

green 24 hours

my chemical romantic attraction

fast eye closure 182

pierce the bridal headgear

downward gravitational pull out boy

of small rodents and human males

twenty one plane flyers

five seconds of the hot season

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Marceline in her every episode (18/19)

Minor appearances (click on the gifs to see the title of the episodes)

‘’If just being born is the greatest act of creation, then what are you supposed to do after that? Isn’t everything that comes next sort of a disappointment? Slowly entropying until we devolve into a pile of mush?’’ -Finn The Human

Adventure Time - Astral Plane 

anonymous asked:

I have seen every single episode of AT but the thing is that I didn't watch them in the right order. This will sound totally dumb. Did the mushroom bomb or did a comet cause the creation of Ooo? Did the mushroom bomb cause the creation of the Lich or vice versa? Can you PLEASE post, in the simplest explanation you can, a linear timeline of how many comets and mushroom bombs have happened in AT (including a separate line for the alternate dimension/s)?

We infer from the Farmworld universe that the Lich was created by the detonation of the Mushroom bomb during the Mushroom War. Finn wished to Prismo that the Lich never existed and was transported to a timeline in which Simon Petrikov used his ice powers to freeze the bomb and stop it from ever going off. Farmworld Marceline tells us that if it weren’t for Simon:

Of course, Finn ultimately DOES detonate the bomb in that timeline, and we see Farmworld Jake become a Lich. Given all that, we accept that in the alpha timeline, the Mushroom bomb DID detonate, and it birthed the Lich. This assumes that Farmworld is THE closest timeline in which the Lich does not exist, and not simply A timeline in which the Lich does not exist.

Princess Bubblegum visited a crater in the S5 episode ‘James’ and was met by an army of goo zombies. This crater, in what Jake calls ‘The Desert of Wonders’, is relatively consistent with what we’d expect the size of the Mushroom bomb’s destruction to be.

In the S6 episode ‘Evergreen’, which takes place during the Cretaceous period on the alpha timeline, we see a special comet that people around here have taken to calling the Lich comet. This is for its color and its stated purpose being so similar to the Lich’s. That and its horns.

That comet hit Earth, 65.5 million years ago, presumably bringing about the dinosaurs’ extinction. Our standing theory is that scientists around the time of the Mushroom War [early 2000s-ish in the alpha timeline] took the ~essence of the Lich comet and used it as an ingredient in the Mushroom bomb.

There are other comets, too. Up to three different deities over the course of the past half a season have all referenced that something is coming.

Evergreen insists that the Lich comet is not the same as the sort of comet that hits Earth every 1000 years.

In ‘Astral Plane’, Tetra-G identifies the recurring comet as one that does leave a lasting impact on Earth - it brings an agent of change. 

Matthew doesn’t explicitly mention a comet, but when his episode dropped four episodes after ‘Evergreen’ and three episodes after ‘Astral Plane’, it felt a heck of a lot like building on S6 foreshadowing:

Of course, Lemongrab dissolved Matthew, so that protective force appears for the moment to be gone. 

Again, there’s no guarantee that Matthew’s referring to anything to do with the recurring/agent of change comet, whose nature is still unknown. Is the agent of change always different? Sometimes bad, sometimes good? Given that this season’s two-part finale is made up of [assumedly] ‘The Comet’ [though ‘The Comet’s’ episode slot is NOT yet confirmed] and definitely ‘Hot Diggity Doom’, we might hazard a guess that the coming comet and Matthew’s Second Age of Terror are related.

As S5’s ‘Simon and Marcy’ confirms, it’s been reaaaally close to 1000 years since a-short-while-after-the-Mushroom-War. Those similar numbers and S6′s foreshadowing suggest it’s probably definitely time for another agent of change, and the last one hit approximately the same time as the Mushroom War:

Given that there’s a massive crater in the side of the Earth whose scale is NOT consistent with either depiction of the Mushroom bomb’s detonation [Farmworld Marcy’s vision and the Farmworld detonation in ‘Jake the Dog’, both GIF’d above], we expect that the bomb detonated AND our planet was ravaged by SOME comet at SOME yet-unknown point in time.

Was it the agent of change comet that hit at around the time of the Mushroom War? Is it possible this crater was formed by the Lich comet millions of years ago and our real-life timeline breaks apart from Adventure Time’s timeline even more distantly than we think? Real-life human civilization is over 1000 years old, so if they share a timeline, what events in our history count as the every-thousand-years comet’s impact in Adventure Time?

A pic posted by the Bravest Warriors crew on Earth Day lends itself towards the two shows maybe being set in the same universe, and I haven’t personally watched BW yet.

If there’s some possible backstory clues in there, I dunno about em yet. 

So far as other comets that have popped up but haven’t had a tangible impact on the storyline that we can fully grasp and quantify are concerned, in S5′s ‘The Vault’ we were given a glimpse at (some of) Finn’s past lives, among which was a comet [an agent of change comet? Just a random one?]:

And, in S6′s ‘The Visitor’, Finn, carrying a baby version of himself, met a comet in a dream that we speculate was symbolic of life-giving:

Within the context of this episode, this dream accompanied Finn wandering in his sleep to Tetra-G’s comet from ‘Astral Plane’, which was not a recurring comet but rather Finn’s dad in an out-of-control spaceship. But since we’re sort of inclined to view ANY S6 comet as foreshadowing for the comet coming at the end of the season, however, its life-giving imagery might suggest something less sinister than ‘Hot Diggity Doom’ and Matthew’s Second Age of Terror.

So I sometimes like to think that Danny takes alot of comfort from his ghost form. Like, he feels more powerful, more confident, more in control, things like that when he’s in that form and he loves it. Since when he’s in his human form, he feels more weaker, more bound to the human plane, and while as a ghost he doesn’t have to worry about anything like that and he feels more free too.

But yea, sometimes I feel like there are times where he’d prefer to be a ghost more than human haha.

I had always loved Ajani. I think it was the angry lion-man thing, or the whole “it was all my fault” mentality. Point was, I like Ajani. I relate to him. Being the only Pakistani guy I knew for years who likes Dungeons & Dragons and Magic the Gathering, I always felt like an outsider. I was the only one in all my family who could recite the “One Ring.” I knew about Drizzt, Urza, and Conan, and no one to share it with. Also, in these groups, I was the only one who had been to a Masjid, I was the only one who knew about Amir Hamza. I didn’t really fit into the group I was given, nor the group I chose. I believe that’s why I like Planeswalkers.

This brings me to everyone’s favorite, Jace Beleren. When I first saw an image of him, I thought he looked sick, but as time wore on, I started to dislike him. I think it was the whole “i don’t like it because everyone else likes it.” I was thought more about who a character was rather than what they do. Jace is quite a powerful card, I say Jace because all of his iterations are viable in multiple formats. He himself, for a while, was distant and unknown. It rubbed off on me wrong. With some of the more recent stories involving the Gatewatch, I like him more. His character developed into someone I can relate to. He was no longer some uber-powerful card, he was a guy with hopes and fears. I could see who he would become in the cards. I wouldn’t mind playing a Jace themed deck because he seems like the the type of person I’d like to hang out with.