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  1. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 17 days ago

    *Younger than he is) and they may or may not have had a child before she miscarried.

  2. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 17 days ago

    I think that Holly overwhelmed the AI because of the emotional distress she’s in. She’s technically in control but, unlike Flask she doesn’t know it yet, so it’s manifested in her subconcious through Lyn, probably because she feels guilt over starting the domino effect that led to his death.

    It’s also why Lyn keeps giving Wally dirty looks and telling him to leave Holly alone, because Holly is pissed off at Wally because he has feelings for Kirbee (who is probably 20 years you

  3. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 17 days ago

    Who’s to say that Chic and Kirbee WEREN’T separated from Wally the moment they entered the ditto illusion, and that the Chic and Kirbee Wally was with were actually illusions designed to specifically increase the negative emotions Wally was feeling by triggering an empathetic reaction.

    Chic in particular has a pretty strong argument for this, as spent a lot of time in the illusion pointing out the differences between the life he lead at the lizard compound (and life for kids after the end in ge

  4. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 17 days ago

    The question is whether or not this is the real Wally (rendered unconcious or being suffocated by the ditto AI to try and break the hold he has on his own dittos so that they can be absorbed into it’s own collective) or an illusion.

    If this Wally is indeed an illusion designed to fuck with Kirbee and Chic’s heads (although it’s likely one of them isn’t real) the big question would probably be if the Kirbee and Chic with Wally were real to begin with?

  5. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 5 months ago

    Oh… Okay! I need to check the wiki more often

  6. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 5 months ago

    I think he’s supposed to be some sort of shrew or guinea pig. Their noses are weird like that.

  7. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 6 months ago

    I’m still going with the “stress of mutating into an anthromorphic mouse caused her to miscarry”.

    Not to sound harsh, but given the miscarriage was so late in the pregnancy, the fetus is probably mostly intact.

    I think that Holly is in shock right now and either didn’t realize the baby was dead and tried to wash the blood off, or thought that a shock to the system might have revived it.

    You can correct me later if I’m wrong, but given Holly’s personality if she was forced to kill her baby I don’t think she would be as good around kids (especially the monster kid) as she is.

    At the very least I think she’d probably be much, much more standoffish and awkward around them because it reminds her of what could have been

  8. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 7 months ago

    I don’t know if it’s that she killed the baby, but I do think that the mutation probably caused her to miscarry

  9. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 8 months ago

    It might also be that he felt it was something that she needed to tell him about it in her own time.

    Holly obviously had her reasons for not telling him, and Wally bring it up in front of her when she wasn’t ready probably would have made things worse.

  10. the other ghost girl commented on Endtown 9 months ago

    One of the reasons I didn’t think that it was just chain link fencing in the earlier comic. I think it’s more like the sort of safety glass that’s used in schools and prisons.

    Chain link would be too easy to crash through or break out of, and would be more difficult to keep climate controlled.

    Methinks that Apex is probably going to use this to their advantage and arrange for there to be a sudden mutagen outbreak in Holly’s neighborhood to keep them from talking.

    Although it looks like them saying “Hey, we saw a gigantic lovecraftian monstrosity (that may or may not have been a police man) mutate before our very eyes and get disintegrated by Apex a few months before the other reports” wouldn’t do much, but the fact that Apex was immediately on the scene and tried to quietly sweep it under the rug could do some serious damage to their public image.

    Hell, it might even cause an outright revolt and force them to speed up their takeover.

    I’m also still sticking with the “Mutagen wasn’t airborne until Apex started disintegrating people” and guess that either it’s an Extremophile virus, or/and Amesworth radiation caused it to mutate to something more virile.

    This could probably even explain why Sparkplug was immune.