i have lots of theories


Night In The Woooooods!

So now that the game is over and I my mouth feels like broken dreams, I wanted to say a heartfelt thank you! I had so much damn fun playing that game and recording the series. 

It sucks because I was REALLY getting into it and finally found the voices for the characters and was really settling in and then it was over. I want so much more! haha. That being said I will be playing the spinoff games “Lost Constellations” and “Longest Night” soon to just explore more of that world. 

I have a lot of thoughts and theories on the game that surfaced the more I thought about the game after finishing and recording it that I’d love to talk about at some point. I might even do a livestream sometime soon just playing the game again and going over theories and redoing sections to see if we missed anything, since there were hangs with Bea and Gregg that I didn’t do.That could be fun right?…….. tacos.

I’m also super happy with the voices I managed to do for the characters, I mean sure some misc. characters were a bit shitty and I repeated voices and forgot others but I’m proud of the voices I gave the main gang. I feel like they fitted well and showed their personalities. I just love games where I can do lots of voices haha. 

I want to also say thank you to all those who got super into the game and did art (some of which are insane!) or those who posted gifs and just talked in general about the game, you guys RULE! It’s hard find games like this one that REALLY connect with people but when you do it’s super special, I think I’ll remember this series for a very long time. I want so much more of it though!!!

- Sincerely, Greggory

i believe theyre related with all my heart

anonymous asked:

Who/ What is Dragon????


This is just speculation from my part, but I think maybe Kanou grafted more kakuhou onto Shirazu’s body. He already was an Ukaku, so maybe he received Koukaku, Rinkaku and Bikaku kakuhou…

As for the name “Dragon” in itself…

…I’m wondering if maybe Kanou didn’t get his hands on Tatara’s body after Seidou killed him… And if so maybe one of the kakuhou he transplanted to Shirazu is Tatara’s, hence the name “Dragon”… 


“My clothes are… um… my clothes don’t shift with my form.”

Namjoon blinked, realized he was gaping, and blinked again. His mouth snapped shut as he finally realized the meaning behind the words, but all he could choke out was a meek, “Oh.”

(A scene from @thatonepersonwithaface’s fic for this au here!! )

I always have this theory that a lot of the companions have high-maintenance looks that take a while to sort out, and getting ready must be a pain. So I was thinking about some of my DAI favourites and ended up with the “six AM and just got up” headcanons: 

  • Cassandra sans-makeup is just as scary gorgeous. But more scary. And the hair is… vertical. She looks glorious. And like she might commit murder. Consciously works to straighten her posture and seem more soldierly.
  • Cullen is insanely curly and eye-bags ahoy, because he barely gets any sleep anyway. Even more pale than usual. Very, very Fereldan in terms of accent, and grumpy if it’s been a bad night. Sheepish if it hasn’t.
  • Dorian can join the vertical-hair camp (though parts of it are also flattened) and is also stubbly plus pissed off because he hasn’t had chance to wax his moustache yet. Probably making his way to the nearest bath ASAP. Slightly hairier than anyone expected.
  • Josephine… glorious cascades of wavy hair. And maybe a lot of frizz. And trying not to tired-blink because it’ll ruin her diplomat-paying-attention image. And I also agree with the frilly-underwear headcanons I’ve seen. She’d so have bloomers.
  • Sera looks like… Sera. Less eyeliner, I suppose.
  • Bull occasionally forgets - or pretends to forget - he has a pillow stuck on his horns. Yawns a lot. Eyepatch slightly askew. Insists he sleeps in the nude but people have mainly just seen an even more awful pair of “circus pants” that must be his pyjamas.
  • Krem tends to end up with his undercut flopping annoyingly into his eyes, and when he’s half asleep he goes all mumbly and even more Tevene. Probably wears something sleeveless by way of pyjamas to show off the arms.
  • Leliana… no-one actually knows. No-one’s ever caught her less than perfectly preened. Everyone’s too terrified not to knock.
  • Blackwall’s bedhead is legendary. Even the beard has bedhead.
  • Vivienne is either never seen unprepared, or perfectly businesslike and will probably politely murder you if you draw attention to the slightly-more-scalp-stubble and the lack of makeup. She’d probably just brazen it out, so maybe the latter.
  • Cole doesn’t sleep. It’s rather unnerving.
  • Solas is just slightly sharper than usual. Other than that, he has a worrying amount of composure. But then, he’s pretty used to dropping in and out of the Fade.

Promenons-nous dans les bois

pendant que le L(o)up n’y est pas


the other day i was working on my bill dating sim and i was brainstorming on how he’d act if he actually wanted to get into a relationship with someone. And to be honest, it kinda sounds scary. Cause in order to date someone and continue with his goals, that other person would have to give up literally everything to be with him- maybe even one’s humanity. And even then Bill would probably not trust the other enough and be very on edge in the relationship.

Shiro can do magic

a masterpost of evidence

*wheels in conspiracy board* okay kids settle down, today’s lesson: Shiro is Altean and can do magic!

I’ve made several individual posts about this, so here’s a masterpost summarising all the main evidence I’ve gathered so far in support of the theory that Shiro can do magic/manipulate quintessence. The numbers in brackets are references to other posts, which are all listed at the bottom along with links to the originals. The original posts have more detail (including evidence, screencaps, discussions etc.) so if you’re not sure on any points please read through the references.

The fundamental theory goes like this:

  • Shiro has some kind of Altean ancestry and is a magical/sacred Altean with the same powers and abilities as Allura
  • When Haggar experimented on him in the Galra prison, she activated his dormant magical abilities, turning his hair white
  • Haggar gave him his prosthetic arm to both activate his magical powers and change his natural Altean quintessence to the more corrupted Galra version, which is why the arm glows pink/purple
  • We have seen Shiro do magic several times on the show, but it has not been acknowledged as such

I’ve put the main body of this under a readmore so I can update it as necessary and hopefully it will update in all the reblogged versions too. And now… to the theories! *x-files theme starts playing in the next room*

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we know theoretically even had an episode at bakka which led to him switching schools and repeating a year, but the details of what actually happened are fuzzy and a lot of information is missing

we know julie never does anything without strict purpose, so what’s being implied with the repeated use of fire in reference to even?

maybe even’s episode was more extreme than we originally thought. both yousef and mikael’s reaction to even’s name being brought up harboured both sadness and avoidance. mikael cut mutasim off when he tried to explain the boys’ reactions to the name drop, in a move that I understood as protection and respect for his former friend maybe not so former as they’re clearly still texting

so what is the relevance of fire? it can symbolize many things (passion, cleansing, warmth, a sense of home etc) and maybe there’s a deeper meaning here, but what if it’s not just a metaphor? what if it’s a direct reference to what happened last year? elias’ immediate reaction to even’s name was ‘fire emoji’, so perhaps he’s just blatantly referencing the events that transpired during even’s episode


Voltron Legendary Defender Theory Time: Voltron Origins

Or: a wildly speculative theory about Alfor and Voltron based on like… one scene in season 2 and a bunch of interesting coincidences.

So VLD season 2 gave us lots of juicy new information about the history of Voltron, thanks to Shiro’s visions in 2x07. We know that Alfor and Zarkon were actually friends, and that they built the Black Lion together on the Galra home world. Zarkon wasn’t just the original Black Paladin: he was also deeply involved in the construction of Voltron. Somehow, Zarkon and Alfor went from being best friends to mortal enemies; from building Voltron together to fighting over it.

We still don’t know a lot about the Galra before the war, although it’s implied a few times that they were close allies of the Alteans (we see Galra and Alteans working on the Black Lion together in 2x07). However, we do have some information about the Alteans. In 1x03, Allura says: “Alteans believe in peace first.” She tells Keith “Part of the Paladins’ mission is to spread peace and diplomacy.” In 1x10, Allura describes Alteans as “great explorers and diplomats” who use their shapeshifting ability to blend in wherever they go.

All of which raises a pretty fundamental question: why would the Alteans build Voltron in the first place?

Why would a race of peaceful explorers and diplomats with a code of non-violence build a huge super-weapon?

This question has bothered me since S1, along with the question of why Zarkon was trusted to lead Voltron, and how he went from that to conquering the known universe. Zarkon’s eventual flip to the Dark Side hasn’t been explained yet, but a couple of possibilities exist:

  • Zarkon was originally a Good Dude, but he became corrupted/evil somehow and decided he wanted to conquer the universe
  • Zarkon was always an Evil Dude, but he deceived the other Paladins and/or tricked them into making him the Black Paladin and handing him control of Voltron

Both of these scenarios necessarily involve Zarkon deceiving the other Paladins - including King Alfor - at least temporarily. Which seems like it would be difficult, considering everything Coran says about how close the Paladins were and how their minds needed to be open to each other. They also don’t explain why the Alteans would build Voltron - how exactly did a giant sword-wielding super robot fit into their plans for peaceful diplomacy and blending in with the locals?

Which brings me to the third possibility, which I’ve kinda been jokingly calling the Darth Voltron Theory b/c i’m a huge nerd who loves Star Wars:

Zarkon always intended to conquer the universe, and Alfor knew about it from the beginning and planned to help him. He and (some of) the Alteans naively believed that Zarkon’s invasion would unite the universe and bring order and stability - that it would ultimately be a force for good. Alfor helped Zarkon build Voltron as a weapon of conquest, because Zarkon needed the most powerful weapon ever invented in order to conquer the universe. But similar to the Blade of Marmora, Alfor eventually became disillusioned with Zarkon’s war and realised he was a bloodthirsty tyrant. He stole Voltron from Zarkon to try and make amends for his terrible mistake, kicking off the Galra/Altea war in the process.

If this were the case, the history of Voltron would make a lot more sense, if you think about it:

  • Zarkon wouldn’t need to deceive the other Voltron Paladins if they all drank the Kool-Aid and went along with his plans from the beginning
  • It would explain why Voltron was built on the Galra home world: the construction of such a powerful weapon probably went against the Altean culture of peace and diplomacy, and therefore it had to be built off-world
  • Zarkon’s proprietorial attitude towards the Black Lion makes more sense if Alfor literally built it for him to use in his war of conquest
  • Haggar’s close alliance with Zarkon and support for his tyranny is easily explained if Voltron was built by a group of Alteans who supported Zarkon: she could be one of the original builders of Voltron (if she can keep Zarkon alive with magic, she can keep herself alive as well, right?)
  • The Black Lion’s willingness to open up to Shiro and share visions of her past makes sense if she’s desperately trying to escape the role that Zarkon forced upon her

Although I don’t have a lot of direct evidence for the Darth Voltron theory, I want to point out two things in particular:

The only people we’ve seen pilot the Black Lion so far all have a Galra connection

  1. Zarkon, the original Black Paladin, is Galra
  2. Shiro, the new Black Paladin, has a Galra arm
  3. Keith, who pilots the Black Lion in 2x01, is revealed to be part Galra

I don’t think this means that in-universe, only a Galra can pilot the Black Lion, but I DO think it’s a significant detail on a meta level. We’ve never seen ANYONE without a Galra connection pilot Black. There’s a layer of symbolism here that seems to imply that the Black Lion belongs to the Galra.  It fits in with the wider symbolism of the show: Shiro’s right arm is taken by the Galra and replaced by a corrupted version; his bayard, which should be his ‘right hand’, go-to weapon, is taken by the Galra and corrupted by Zarkon; his right hand in Voltron (Keith; the Red Lion) turns out to be part Galra too.

Given how much this show loves symbolism, I think it’s significant that all the characters who have piloted the Black Lion on the show are connected to the Galra somehow. It ties the Black Lion closely to the Galra, as if it’s their weapon - which it would be if Alfor built it for them.

Shiro’s visions

In 2x07, Shiro goes to bond with the Black Lion, and she takes him on some kind of 'spirit journey’ to the Galra home world. When they first 'arrive’ at the Galra planet, the Black Lion shows Shiro a vision:

That’s the Black Lion, surrounded by Galra technology. You can see Galra battleships flying overhead, and the Galra symbol on the side of a pyramid beside the Lion. The Black Lion is clearly complete: the lights are on in her eyes and wings, and she’s outside the hangar. She’s ready for battle.

On a meta level, this vision is pretty interesting: it’s the first vision Black shows Shiro, and it’s the only vision that appears out of chronological order. It’s clearly something important and significant that Shiro - and the audience - needs to see. It’s also the only vision that looks visually Galra: the colour scheme (red and black; glowing pink quintessence) is reminiscent of other shots we see of the Galra battlefleet and the central system in Zarkon’s empire.

You can even see Zarkon standing on the Galra platform in front of the Black Lion, which is entirely consistent with this scene’s aesthetic. What’s not consistent, though, is who’s standing next to him…


For comparison, this is Alfor and Zarkon standing next to each other in another vision from the same episode:

Same armour, same cloak, same colours. It’s definitely him.

Alfor’s presence in this scene is entirely incongruous with the rest of what’s going on. We already know Zarkon piloted the Black Lion, and it’s not a stretch to imagine he used her during the war until Alfor stole her back. Without Alfor, you could read this scene as a much later vision of the Black Lion being forced to serve Zarkon in his conquests. It doesn’t make sense to see Alfor standing next to Zarkon like this… unless you assume Alfor was helping Zarkon conquer the universe and that’s why he built him the Black Lion.

Alfor was in on Zarkon’s plans. He knew Zarkon wanted to conquer the universe - and he helped him build Voltron to achieve that.

So what do we think, Voltron fam? Who’s ready to join me on the Darth Voltron dark side?

{please excuse the terrible quality of the screenshots they’re literally pics i took with my phone}

so I’ve seen about a gazillion headcanons about how exactly shitty got his nickname—whether it was in fic or just a random post floating around on tumblr dot com—and I have a lot of thoughts on this subject so we’re gonna talk about it.

a lot of the theories I have seen involve a very long, complicated backstory that was super hilarious, but also very specific. those headcanons are very fun and I enjoy them immensely, but consider this:

shitty got his nickname in the dumbest, most obvious way possible.

so we know that shitty comes from a wealthy, almost definitely conservative family (at least on his dad’s side). his mom is a professor and his dad was a higher up for a hedge fund. his paternal grandparents forced him to cut off his flow, were angry he chose to go to samwell (probs because it’s super liberal and not ivy league), and basically that whole side of the family are all uptight, pretentious assholes who go to smart people schools to become doctors and lawyers and whatever.

and we don’t know shitty’s first name either. we know it starts with a b. but that’s it. and based on what we know about his family, his name could very well be something stupid and pompous like barrington or bernard.

so shitty shows up at samwell, ready to start anew and not be confined by the restrictions his family put on him growing up. he’s gonna do whatever the fuck he wants. he’s gonna grow a mustache and swear and smoke a shit ton of weed and kick ass at hockey and also wear crop tops and be a floral feminist bro and befriend the art kids because why the hell not? 

and then some upperclassman on the hockey team asks him for his name, and giving away his pretentious ivy league-sounding first name totally ruins the effect shitty was going for, so their conversation goes something like this:

“yo, what’s your name again?”

“it’s knight.”

“nah, man. like, your first name.”

“oh, it’s shitty, man. don’t worry about it.”


“just call me knight. my first name is shitty so like, don’t worry about it.”

and the upperclassman just starts cracking up because he realizes that this guy’s name isn’t actually “Shitty” and that he’s is using the word as an adjective, but it sounded like that was what this guy was saying his first name was.

and that’s how shitty got his name. and somehow they never got his real name out of him and upon graduation he learns all his closest friends don’t even know what his real given name is.

anonymous asked:

do you believe non dysphoric trans people are actually trans

definitely, i take issue w/ the idea of defining trans people on the basis of dysphoria for a lot of reasons;

  • firstly because it equates being trans with distress + discomfort, suggesting that to be transgender is an inherently uncomfortable and undesirable experience, which is at best a very shallow understanding of trans identities and all that they encompass. there are parts of being trans that are heavy and difficult (these aspects mostly stemming from the reactions of society and cis people to trans people and not stemming from the experience of having a trans identity in and of itself), but it would be untrue to define transness as intrinsically shameful and miserable. being trans also encompasses the relief of discovering your most authentic self, the warmth and love of meeting others who understand and relate to your experience, and the comfort and groundedness that comes with living your truth

  • secondly because basing transness on dysphoria sends the message that gender identity is something that outsiders can decide. if you’re telling someone that they’re not trans because they’re not dsyphoric, you’re essentially telling them that you know their gender better than they do. you’re telling them “you say you’re trans, but i don’t know if i believe you” which is the same thing cis people do to us all the time. members of the trans community need to be aware of the ways in which they’re policing the identities of others, especially within the trans community. imo this comes from internalized transphobia which, even for people who self-identify as trans can be hard to unlearn. but we need to do better and make that effort

  • thirdly because it privileges some narratives over others and reinforces the idea that some people “aren’t trans enough”. saying that if you don’t have dypshoria you’re not “trans enough”  is divisive and invalidating. (this is something that nonbinary people experience all the time.) most trans people know exactly what it feels like to have their identity invalidated by others. it’s not a good feeling. trans people get enough of that from cis people, we don’t need it from within our own community too. we need to stand with and support each other instead of acting like being trans is some elitist club that you have to meet a certain checklist of criteria to get into. i’m not interested in the idea of some trans people being inherently better or “more trans” than others. there is no such thing as not being “trans enough”.  

  • lastly (just b/c i’m tired, not because there aren’t a million more arguments for not defining transness on the basis of dysphoria), equating transness with dysphoria is a really western way of looking at being trans. there have been “trans” experiences in lots of cultures globally, long before the west had any concept of “transgender” (two-spirit, hijra, kathoeys, as an example, and they have a history that procedes ours.) transness has existed outside of the west (and for longer than the west), with its own definitions, language, insights, and experiences. trying to speak for all trans people by saying that transness is exclusively about experiencing dypshoria is an idea based in western understandings about gender and entirely erases indigenous and international identities and experiences 

TL;DR: you don’t have to experience dysphoria to be trans.

Something to Remember Me By - Drake x MC (A Royal Romance Fanfic)

#ChoicesCreates Round15

Prompt: “That was fun, let’s do it again sometime!”

Book: The Royal Romance

Pairing: Drake x MC

Rating: T 

Hosted by @zigisbisexual this week.

[A little note: I don’t know why all I want to write lately is TRR fanfics. Here’s another rather long one for Drake and MC. It began as Drake’s perspective but then whizzed off into MC’s. Hope it’s enjoyable! ]

[Summary: Drake’s unwillingness to let her go has nothing to do with honest intentions or loyalty. Will he find a way to convince MC to stay? My summary descriptions are still awful.]

“If words fail, let my eyes and my heart be my language.”

Originally posted by bursting-rainbows

Maybe that was the problem with wanting someone too much. You started to forget other things, the little things that should matter. You looked for excuses, anything just to see them again and ultimately make that last mistake. The final straw that doesn’t make it easy to go back. Back to the way things were before they became complicated.

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My current theory is that Polly was pregnant, and Jason was selling his possessions so the two of them would have money to run away together and escape. Jason got involved selling drugs with the Southside Serpents, Polly got sent away by her parents, and Jason was leaving on July 4th to go find her, to find a place to live and settle, when he was killed.


I’m just gonna go straight into what’s been bothering me. Let’s take a look at the how each of the members became a part of the RFA.

Rika started the RFA. V’s her significant other, so of course he’d be in it. Jumin has a lot of connections and resources, plus he’s V’s best friend. Seven has hacking skills and can ensure the security of all of the RFA’s files. Jaehee is Jumin’s assistant and he realised she’s a very good worker who can contribute a lot to the RFA. (This is canon by the way, Jaehee explained this to MC through a phone call.) Yoosung is Rika’s cousin and she knows he loves to do volunteer work.

It makes sense why all of them were invited into the RFA. But then how did Zen get into the RFA? Like I’m not trying to be offensive because I absolutely love Zen, but all of them knew each other pretty well before the RFA was started (besides Jaehee of course, but at least that was explained). Why does Zen stick out like a sore thumb to me here? DOES ANYONE ELSE FEEL THE SAME?

Rika brought flowers to one of Zen’s shows, before he was famous, and asked for a picture with him. And then somehow after that V followed him around and was taking pictures of him???? But we completely overlooked that fact because he had saved Zen’s life after he crashed his motorcycle.

Why aren’t we asking more questions about this?

Why was V even following Zen in the first place? Why is he so suspicious?

Why did Rika want Zen in the RFA?

Let me just move on to the theory I heard that has left me so weirdED OUT. I’ve also added on to it and provided my own evidence.

If you’ve watched MeliZbeauty’s theory about Seven being a wizard and Zen being in love with you in every route, this other theory will make more sense to you. I haven’t played Cheritz’s other games so I really don’t know how to explain this “Seven is a wizard” theory, but basically if you’ve been paying attention, Seven has hinted at the fact that he’s a wizard numerous times in different chats.

The theory goes that Seven created the entire Mystic Messenger universe specifically for Zen (BRACE YOURSELVES) under the request of V. This makes sense considering the April Fools DLC where EVERYONE but you and Zen wasn’t real. It shows that that universe was designed for you and him.

V, as you know, was very in love with Rika and would do anything for her. But while they were together, Rika fell in love with Zen. Jealous, V convinced Seven to make another universe so that Zen wouldn’t reciprocate the feelings and instead fall for another girl, who is MC – us.

I don’t know why Seven decided to still provide other routes if the motive was to get Zen to fall for MC, but I feel like there’s an underlying sadism going on there. Zen is being tortured time and time again and has to watch the love of his life fall for other people. This part supports the theory that Seven is a bad wizard, from MeliZbeauty’s video.

Maybe this was punishment? Maybe Zen was starting to fall for Rika too. Maybe Rika was actually the original MC, Zen was coming too close to getting her, and V could not stand that. Okay I’m straying away from my original theory let’s save that last sentence for another post.

I don’t have a lot of evidence for this theory. It’s actually almost just a scenario or headcanon, really. I forget whose damn route it was from, but there’s a particular phone call with Jaehee that actually kind of supports this.

In this call she says that ever since Rika died, everyone in the group has been different, and the only one who didn’t change at all was Zen.

If Rika and Zen had been close enough such that he had been welcomed into the RFA, why wasn’t he at all bothered by her death? Was this because of Seven’s tricks?

V was in love with her. Jumin had a crush on her. Seven had a crush on her. Yoosung, romantically I don’t know, but he did love her a lot. But Zen? Nothing. Absolutely nothing.

So what exactly was their relationship? How did Zen get into the RFA? Is Seven really a bad wizard? Does V actually have it in him to do such a thing?

Okay, but.

I have a lot of theories/hcs in my head for the Host, so I’m going to write them down to see if I can get one decent hc out of this mess. Chronologically:

- The Author once had the power to manipulate people and settings as he wrote them. He tells us as much in DIF II.

- However, over time, those powers began to weaken, and the people in his stories (Daniel and Ryan) started fighting back. This made him angry. And desperate.

- At the end of DIF II, the Author is left humiliated, bleeding on the floor, and arguably about to die. This is where Darkiplier comes in.

- Dark is a manipulator, of course he had seen the power the Author possessed. He wanted him on his side. He helps the Author survive the gunshot wound, healing him/nursing him back to health.

- The Author recognizes that he is indebted, but there are three things that are stopping him from becoming Dark’s most loyal ally.

- Number one is that the whole ordeal has weakened the Author psychologically. He’s unstable, doubts himself, and just overall unpredictable. That is not what Dark needs. Dark likes control, and a psychologically unstable seer is not what he wants.

- Number two is that, as a writer, the Author is also a natural manipulator, and if there’s one thing that Dark seems to hate, it’s competition.

- Number three is that, as weak as they are, the Author’s powers still work somewhat. This ties back in with number two: Dark has no need for a manipulator, and in the Author’s case, he might even fear him. The Author is very powerful, he can and will control anyone, and Dark could not run the risk of being his next target. He’s terrified of the possibility. But he does recognize his power to see into the future.

- So what Dark does, is take advantage of a mentally weakened Author, convincing him that his power lies not in manipulating, but in predicting the future. His stories aren’t obeying him, but he knows them already. The Author believes his savior blindly (no pun intended).

- The Author takes a new name: the Host, and he pledges his loyalty to Dark, wanting to help the man that had given him back a purpose, and this suits Dark just fine. However. The Host’s powers are still weak, he is blindsided (again, no pun intended) by the things around him to concentrate on the future. He still hasn’t reached his full potential. It’s not what Dark wants.

- He manipulates the Host into believing that he could still be more, see more, and again, the Host can do nothing but agree. He’s eager to please. And Dark convinces the Host that taking his own eyes would be the only solution to their current situation. The Host is reluctant, but he doesn’t have much of a choice.

- Dr. Iplier is called in, easily convinced by Dark with promises of glory, fame and riches and not too bothered by any pesky ethical implications. By the end of the procedure, the Host will never see again, but his powers are stronger, and they keep getting stronger everyday.

- This result has, of course, a negative impact on his psyche, and this is how we see him in MarkiplierTV. Limited to narrating, aware of what’s going on around him, aware of his reality and ours, of what is happening and what will happen, but taking no action himself. He has truly become the Host, just how Dark had intended. The perfect way to predict the future and be always two, three steps ahead.