One More Little Tragedy of Darkiplier and Warfstache
If you haven’t seen the original post, it’s here.
I thought of one more thing.
Something I said on this post was that Darkiplier’s shell cracks because it “can barely handle the physical agony of having two souls trapped inside of him”.
Someone pointed out to me, “Wait, don’t you mean three souls? What about us?”
And at first I was like ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
But now I’m thinking.
I’ve seen theories saying that, since Dark walks away from the mirror and we’re still in it, that he pushed our soul right back out, and that he had manipulated us for that chance to be alive again.
I don’t think he “manipulated” us for that, per se, but that mirror thing still bugged me… until now. (I think the gif might be from @markired again, but I’m not certain, sorry.)
Celine and Damien needed us to form Darkiplier, right?
What if… in those last moments the Colonel was speaking to us…
… we saw just how much Wilford needed them?
So we decided to let Dark take over, push us out even, so that Damien and Celine could follow the Colonel.
What if we sacrificed ourselves for this?
What if we literally saw how much poor, broken William needed his only support system, and decided that maybe… it’d be okay if we let go?
What if we let go in the name of love, and that’s why Dark walks away without us, because we see that Will needs Damien and Celine more than he needs us, and we're… okay with it?
This is some Shakespearean sh*t right here.
I know, it’s a stretch, but as a new-founded Wilford Warfstache protector, I find… a weird sense of comfort in this theory.
We might have made the greatest sacrifice we could, for Wilford, our poor, broken Colonel.
And I think that’s a beautiful tragedy.
– *tiny edit tim*
One thing that makes me think this might be true?
You know Mark Edward Fischbach would do it.