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Theory: How Seven Knows It’s a Game+Why He Doesn’t Remember Unknown

This theory is a continuation from V’s Disappearance ft 707, so if you haven’t checked it out, I’ll ask you to do so first before continuing ^^


This post is about a theory that covers the following:

-The Reset Theory

-What happens to V, Rika, and Saeran after each route (why they don’t capture the RFA members) 

-How Seven is able to remember events from the other routes

-But how he’s unable to remember anything pertaining to Unknown

-How the Wizard could be involved *wink wonk* 

-And which characters may have had a wish *nudge nudge* 

NOTE: Keep in mind that this post will contain definite spoilers from MysMe. However, this theory will have Dandelion aspects *cough* the Wizard *cough*. So already, it will be confusing for people who have not played the game. Yet. But for the MysMe-only fans, you can continue reading up until the part with The Wizard/Reset Theory section before confusion starts settling in…    

But it’s highly recommended that you complete AT LEAST ONE ROUTE from Dandelion before continuing with the rest of the post (apart from Jieun’s).   

Credit also goes to Choiipo for working together alongside me in forming this post :)

RECAP FROM MY PREVIOUS THEORY/What happens after each route (except for Luciel’s):

The order of the routes go in the following: Yoosung —> Zen —> Jaehee —> Jumin —> 707

-So remember how we came up with a theory where DURING the parties in Zen’s and Jaehee’s routes and AFTER the party in Jumin’s and Yoosung’s routes, V goes to Mint Eye but has no idea that Luciel is secretly following him?


-But before we carry on with this, let’s make another theory.

-Let’s assume that there could’ve been a deadline Rika set for the RFA members to join Mint Eye. And since Saeran and V are the ones in charge of bringing the RFA to Magenta, they could have failed to complete their mission by the deadline. (after all, V was the one to set the date for the party, right?)

-Really, no one in the party is harmed and no one is taken away. Literally nothing happens to anyone despite Saeran promising the RFA that he’ll take them to Paradise ._.

-Why is he unable to do so? Well, both he and V get PUNISHED by Rika for failing to meet the deadline.  

-And Luciel see this event unfold before him since he followed V. He finds out that Rika is alive, his brother has been brainwashed, V was lying the entire time etc.

-Among the chaos, V dies and Rika commits suicide (as proven by Zen’s prophetic dream where he dreamed they were walking away from him with their backs turned. He says this in the chatroom before the party in Jaehee’s route)

Who Made the Wish:  

-The disciples become afraid and run away, since their savior has died, leaving Luciel and Saeran alone.

-This leads to a fight/argument. As they fight, Saeyoung claims that he didn’t intend to leave Saeran alone with their mom while Saeran claims Saeyoung purposely abandoned him etc.

-As they argue, they become desperate and determined in convincing the other twin is wrong, resulting in having desperate wishes.

-They meet the Wizard.    

The Wizard/Reset Theory:

-So introductions are made.

-The Wizard then asks Saeyoung and Saeran their wishes.

-Saeran’s wish would be something like torturing Saeyoung.

-Saeyoung’s wish would be something along the lines of wanting to go back and change his actions of leaving Saeran for the agency.

-But the Wizard says if he were to grant this wish, he would need to “turn back time” (meaning, travel to another timeline since time can’t physically be stopped). And doing this would mean that the RFA will not meet the MC in the future of that timeline…

-So basically, there’s no chance that the MC will meet the RFA in that timeline because:

1. Saeyoung would continue to look after Saeran and reject the idea of being a hacker.

2. Therefore, Rika wouldn’t have taken the chance to take Saeran away and brainwash him.

3. And if Saeran weren’t brainwashed, he wouldn’t have lead the MC to the apartment in the first place.

-Saeyoung would not want that, since the MC is mainly the reason why the RFA started to hold the party again. Really, she made a difference with the RFA, right? Or… would that truly be the case? Could Saeyoung be thinking she’s just as important as Saeran due to her role in the RFA…? 

-So the Wizard makes it so that he can give Saeyoung another chance to save Saeran whilst being able to meet the MC starting from “Day 1” which is where the reset theory comes into place. 

-This wish is granted and Saeyoung’s memories of “Unknown” are erased in exchange.

-But wait, Saeran has the wish of torturing Saeyoung.

-Well, remember the theory of Seven having feelings for the MC in every route that’s still currently floating around Tumblr right now?

-Now let’s say that the Wizard is aware of this fact because he is the Wizard after all. It’s been proven in Dandelion that he is able to read people’s true feelings and desperate wishes. (Has it been proven….? ._.)  

-He uses this fact to his advantage when granting Saeran’s wish. The Wizard grants this wish by resetting the game after each route and ensuring that Luciel’s memories during each of those routes are kept in his memory. This would be the Wizard’s way of torturing Saeyoung.

-Which is where the line from the opening song: “Someone set us up to play in this secret game” comes into place. In my opinion, I think this line refers to the Wizard (I mean, I’m not the only one who feels it would be strange if this line refers to Unknown, right? ._. From what I know in Dandelion and Nameless, the Wizard is the one who likes calling his competitions, “games”).  

-This is also a bit like “hitting two birds with one stone” because:

1) He’s granting wishes. 

2) He’s having more fun than before since he’s now hosting THREE games at the same time.    

-So keep in mind:

-The only memories that are erased from Seven are the ones revolving around Unknown as payment.  

-And Saeran’s memories of the events in each of the routes may or may not be erased. However, he is able to still remember Luciel.



-Seven wakes up to find that the whole thing restarts and remembers details of Yoosung’s route, and is unable to recall anything about Unknown since his wish was to be able to save Saeran again.

-He also can’t remember following V and seeing Rika and Saeran because it’s one of the memories that’s been taken away by the Wizard since Saeran is a major part of it.


-Basically, the same thing happens over again except this time, this is set DURING the party when Luciel and V aren’t exactly present. Luciel finds out about the existence of Mint Eye from following V. V somehow dies and Rika commits suicide after etc.

-This leaves Saeran and Saeyoung alone.

-Fight commences.  

-The twins are both whisked to the Wizard again, having no memory of him whatsoever since no client is able to remember their meeting with the Wizard after their wish is granted.  

-Or…. is that really the case?

-What about the fact that Luciel actually knows it’s a GAME?

-Such as how he tells Zen to not say his backstory in Yoosung’s route and how in a phone call, he congratulates the MC for reaching Jaehee’s good ending?

-One possible answer: the Wizard chooses to not take away his memories of the Wizard himself. 

-Why? (SPOILERS FOR THE TRUE STORY OF DANDELIONHe wants to show Luciel what it feels like watching the person you love fall in love with a different person each time. He wants Saeyoung to empathize with him and know what it’s like hosting the animals’ competition and “turning back time” after each route. (END OF SPOILERS)     



Seven still remembers everything.


The same process with V, Rika, Saeran, and Saeyoung happens again.



Seven still remembers everything.


He finally breaks down and is unable to control his feelings/true emotions with the MC. At this point, he has become desperate and head over heels with the MC after realizing she has picked everyone else except for him.    

(SPOILERS FOR THE TRUE STORY OF DANDELION/NAMELESS) This is also exactly the same with Nameless’ feelings. In other words, Saeyoung is going through the same emotional state the Wizard and Nameless is going through as well in their own games. (END OF SPOILERS)


The same process with V, Rika, Saeran, and Saeyoung happens again.


DAY 1 (707′S ROUTE)

-So yeah, the whole purpose of this game is to ensure that Luciel is able to get the chance to save Saeran from Rika and V whilst being able to meet the MC starting at Day 1.

-The other purpose is to ensure Saeran’s wish of torturing Seven is granted.  

-And now the time has finally come for the MC to choose him. 

DAY 5/6?

-Unknown arrives at the apartment only for Luciel to also come along and find out Unknown’s true identity. Compared to the other routes, he is able to find out about Saeran quicker.  

DAY 11

-This is when different events start to occur. The whole process with Rika, V, Saeran, and Saeyoung begins to differ from the other routes because:

1. The MC comes along with Saeyoung instead of going to the party.

2. Vanderwood is now involved.  

3. Rika, Saeran, and V are now close to achieving their goal, rather than failing unlike in the other routes.

-These events are occurring because of how Vanderwood and the MC are now dragged into the process with Seven, Rika, V, and Saeran, resulting in leading to a different path altogether.  

-However, despite the plan going down the way it’s meant to be carried out, Saeran loses it when Rika decides to still punish him for the fact that he refuses to make Saeyoung a member of Mint Eye.

-Remember, Saeran doesn’t remember his wish with the Wizard. And he thinks Luciel still needs to be tortured.

-He shoots his gun, killing V.      

-Rika breaks down BUT doesn’t manage to commit suicide because:

-Jumin’s security guards manage to find them in the nick of time and handle the situation.

-Saeran and Saeyoung are unable to confront each other and realize their desperate wishes due to these events.

-This is when the resets stop.

-This is because Saeyoung doesn’t have a wish because Saeran is now safe from Rika and the MC has decided to spend her life next to Saeyoung’s side. He pretty much has everything he needs.  

-However, during the time when Saeran is being hospitalized, Saeyoung would have had a wish where he wants Saeran to be healed from his trauma with Rika.

-And Saeran would have had a wish where he wants to instead, die, if he can’t escape from Saeyoung.  

-But since both these wishes are pretty much opposing to each other, the Wizard wouldn’t really grant these wishes if it means ruining the other twin’s wish.

-And plus, it would mean all his efforts going to waste from hosting the game, so he promises them that they’ll have a happy ending (which they do) and doesn’t grant their wishes.  

-And the Wizard’s role is not needed anymore. But before he leaves the world of MysMe, he takes away Luciel’s memories revolving around the Wizard himself since:

1. Luciel doesn’t necessarily need to remember him. 

2. To replenish a tiny part of the powers he used to host all three games.

-And since the Wizard is a fourth-wall breaker (as proven from Nameless).

-He tampers with Saeyoung’s door and uses it to communicate with the player by thanking them for participating in the game.

-Which is why Saeyoung doesn’t understand why the frick the door would suddenly say that since his memories have been taken.    

-The Wizard then continues to observe the other games’ progresses in Dandelion and Nameless.

But that’s just a theory. A game theo- ok, I’ll stop.  

NOTE: This has to probably be one of the most important theories out of the rest of my other ones simply because it took quite a while to form this whole theory with the assistance of the wonderful Choiipo. It was a tad difficult making this as we had to ensure there would be no flaws and questions that needed to be answered (from what we could find) ;;; But thoughts/opinions are appreciated so I would really love it if anyone reblogs ^^ Criticism is also most definitely a plus, as it helps me develop my thoughts and learning as I make these theories :) So for anyone who feels the need to tell me that this has flaws or doesn’t make sense, DON’T HOLD BACK. (but make sure you have evidence, if any).  

But before you ask any questions, you may want to first check out my other post just to make sure that one of your questions will be similar to these (and that I’ve already answered them): http://cherrychipheart.tumblr.com/post/152720752118/remaining-questions 

Thanks to @choiipo @ayasunrise @777jewelrose777 for collaborating in this theory with me and seeing if there are any flaws in it :) You girls are amazing! 

@melizbeauty No idea if you’ll see this, but if you have time to spare, I’d really like to hear your thoughts :) 

@pixeledatom You haven’t yet replied to the theory that I messaged you XDD But that’s okay so I hope you won’t mind that I posted this before hearing your thoughts :)   

If anyone has any thoughts, theories or pretty much anything else relating to any Cheritz games, please feel free to share them/tag me ^.^ 

anonymous asked:

Oh man I love your writing!! Gladion deserves all the love in the world. How do you think Gladion proposing would go down?

I’m choking on my FEELINGS,


  • Wicke insists on planning it.
  • Hau also drops in, to say congrats.
  • “I haven’t proposed yet??”
  • “Well, it’s about time. You both took forever to get together. All of Alola has been waiting.”
  • “….”
  • Basically, it’s a Big Deal now and he gets a lot of help.
  • Wicke has this list of recommended places for him to propose and Gladion rates them one afternoon while he’s taking his lunch break.
  • “Aether Paradise”
  • He’s like no- all the no. This was where Lusamine made a mess and dragged everyone into their family problems. No way is he proposing there.
  • “Pokemon League”
  • That’s- well, you technically work there. Isn’t it unromantic to propose at your place of work? This isn’t The Proposal. Next!
  • “Motel Room”
  • Ummmmm, that’s a bit suggestive.
  • This was totally Plumeria’s idea and somewhere out there she’s cackling.
  • The winning recommendation is surprisingly from Lillie and his mother via a letter sent from Kanto.
  • She suggests going back to that path where you both first met. Her reasoning being that you both had bad and good memories everywhere in Alola but you both always come home, back to each other. Back to the beginning.
  • This idea kinda makes Gladion tear up a little and he’s not ever admitting that shut up.
  • So Gladion texts you to meet him there.
  • And all the trial captains and kahunas and elite four hide behind bushes and trees but you still see them and it makes you smile but also makes you really confused.
  • When you see Gladion though, it’s like meeting him for the first time and falling in love with you all over again.
  • “[Y/N]…”
  • “Marry me.”
  • He smiles that rare smile and you die inside.
  • “I won’t take no for an answer.”
Theory: V’s Suspicious Disappearance ft 707 (Major Spoilers Alert) Pt. 1

Alternate title: Where in the Hell Is The Blind Man and What Happens to Him? ft Luciel’s Just As Suspicious   

During Zen’s After End (2 years after the party):  

During Jaehee’s After End (6 months since no one has gotten any contact with him):

During Jumin’s After End (after Jumin and MC get married and go on their honeymoon): 

So… in the casual routes, I’m assuming that V dies since no one in the RFA has heard from him for quite some time (though he’s not mentioned whatsoever in Yoosung’s after end). How?

Well, it would mean a failure for Rika and Mint Eye if they haven’t managed to invite the RFA members along to Magenta. Because literally, no one is taken away during the party in those three routes and Unknown doesn’t even show up despite promising that he will come take them to Paradise ._. To be honest, Cheritz hasn’t clearly explained what the classified information contains and why Rika would need it… Is it just my friend and I who think this?  

But moving on, why doesn’t Unknown bring them to Mint Eye? 

Well, I’m thinking that there’s supposed to be a planned deadline, and Rika punishes both Unknown and V for failing to complete their mission before that deadline (since they’re the ones who are in charge of bringing the RFA to Magenta). Then somewhere in the chaos, V dies, and Rika commits suicide because of his death which explains why the RFA members are safe. 

This idea uses Zen’s prophetic dream in one of the routes, where he says in a chatroom that he dreamed of V and Rika walking away from him and towards the light, indicating that their death is nearing. 

EDIT: Here it is, thanks to @yxosxng for sending me this. And oh gosh ;;;; There was no mention of any light Rika and V were going to (LOL never mind, I’ll just go and hide in embarrassment…) 

This is in the chatroom before the party in Jaehee’s route: 

But during Jumin’s after end, Luciel says he’s in touch with V… giving the idea that V seems to still be alive and well. This would be inconsistent among the other routes because this is the only time where Luciel actually knows about V’s whereabouts ._. Or does he really? 

Here’s two more screenshots coming from Zen’s good end: 

Has anyone noticed…. that Luciel only meets the MC if V is able to attend the party??? Wait… 

Let’s recap:

Yoosung’s route: Seven appears to apologize to the MC for Yoosung’s condition before V arrives to bring Yoosung over to the party. 

Zen’s route: As shown from the two screenshots above, Luciel is mentioned to be backstage and the members assume that V is not at the party. (is that really the case? Or is there more to it?)  

Jaehee’s route: There is no mention of Luciel and V AT ALL but it seems they both don’t attend. 

Jumin’s route: They both attend. Period.   

Overall, I have this suspicion that Luciel may have followed V to Mint Eye after/during those parties o.O 

I have more to say, but this theory leads to a path that is connected to Dandelion so I’ll perhaps split this theory into separate posts.  

EDIT: Here’s Part 2 

NOTE: Please know it is very important to let me know if there are any flaws in my post. If there are any, please don’t be afraid to inform me :) If anyone has any theories or thoughts around this theory, any of the Cheritz games or pretty much anything else, please feel free to share them ^.^ I really would like to hear them. 

@choiipo @ayasunrise @pixeledatom @777jewelrose777 This is the first part of the theory that I’ll be discussing with you guys xD This is just the starting point, and I’ll start messaging you guys the theory with the twins and the Wizard once you finish skimming over this :) Just let me know and I’m looking forward to your thoughts so far ^^  

Flawed paradise AU

Agender merpeople “rescuing” small children from impoverished seaside towns and taking them to a paradise island that’s run by a demigod that thrives on being a parental figure. Cue the conflict between people having their children stolen, and merpeople thinking they’re doing the right things, and the demigod just wanting to be happy.

Jim Jarmusch, on the set of Stranger Than Paradise, 1984 “Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows. Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul. If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic. Authenticity is invaluable; originality is non-existent. And don’t bother concealing your thievery - celebrate it if you feel like it. In any case, always remember what Jean-Luc Godard said: “It’s not where you take things from - it’s where you take them to.””

anonymous asked:

So Finrod had his kingly duties to think of and he's a dick for abandoning his people to play noble hero. Is Feanor judged by the same standard? For being an utter dick and first embroiling his whole nation into a war over his daddy issues then taking them all out of paradise and into certain death?

Yes, obviously. Fëanor is a dreadful King of the Noldor and blaming someone other than him for his death would be as silly as blaming Celegorm and Curufin for Finrod’s. 

If a leader is going to take his people to war, he has some very strong obligations to make sure there’s 1) an objective worth the blood that will be shed to achieve it, 2) a reasonable chance of achieving it, and 3) no better options.

Finrod falls down on all three, in my opinion. Stealing a Silmaril for Thingol is an awesome mission but not exactly a morally defensible one. Lúthien was perfectly ready to marry Beren anyway. If you were going to do a stealth mission into Morgoth’s chambers to pluck the crown off his head, you should at least murder him while you’re there - and, in fact, if the mission had been to assassinate Morgoth I side with Finrod. Even a tiny chance of achieving that is well worth it. 

But we also run into trouble on the second front, because there’s no reasonable chance of achieving the goal. Even with the full strength of Nargothrond behind him he wouldn’t have been able to take Angband, and a stealth mission was probably bound to fail in precisely the manner it did fail. I don’t think from his perspective there were any options with more than a tiny chance of success, and again ‘success’ looks like 'condemning his cousins to eternal damnation’ if Finrod thought they’d be good enough people not to start a war over the Silmaril and 'condemning Beleriand to a civil war’ if Finrod didn’t think they’d be good enough people. 

And 3) - Finrod is like canonically really good at talking Thingol down from being stupid. 

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