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==Serious==
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===Dancefight is a sign of unusual ambition===
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Dancefight is not an inherent ability, but something that must be learnt. But because that means to admit that they are not perfect, most royals don't bother to learn. Stanley, Wanda, Vinny, Charley or Jillian don't have such sentiments. This willingness to improve themselves is also a prerequisite to attune to an arkentool. <br>
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Stanley put effort into learning dancefight when he was infantry and was so successful that he was promoted to warlord.
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: Ansom knows how to Dancefight (or, rather, Dance, Dance, Revolution! Fight) and was unable to attune to the Arkenpliers.  I don't think dancefighting shows a "willingness to improve oneself" that distinguishes those who can attune from those who cannot.--[[User:Wrecan|Wrecan]] 21:10, 25 June 2009 (UTC)
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:: No, Dance, Dance, Revolution!-Fighting does not require the same willingness to improve oneself.  Ansom was not able to lead his troops in dance-fighting until he was guided by the Archons.  Typical for a noble, he found a shortcut to doing something that would otherwise require a willingness to learn and a commitment to practice. -- [[User:Yehonatan|Yehonatan]] 19:34, 21 August 2009 (UTC)
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'''Unusual exuberance, you mean.''' Wanda learned to dance-fight in Faq. But because there was no fighting before Jillian, and Faq was such a bubble kingdom, there was only one dance they learned... [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rW6M8D41ZWU The YATTA! Dance.] (Warning: The link should not be watched by the weak of stomach, or in the act of drinking.)--[[User:BarGamer|BarGamer]] 21:18, 15 May 2009 (UTC)
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===Decrypted and Upkeep===
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Decrypted "steal" upkeep from their original side. Thus, Ansom has no upkeep. However, if Wanda decrypts a Gobwin Knob unit, it has normal upkeep. Only the wielder of the ArkenPliers can disband Decrypted, making a Decrypted unit part of an economic warfare initiative.--[[User:BarGamer|BarGamer]] 18:24, 20 August 2009 (UTC)
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==Silly==
==Silly==

Revision as of 10:25, 11 October 2009

This is a page for speculative theories that aren't tied to a particular unit or concept, but to the comic as a whole. Add a new theory under its own subheader. Any theories, relying on spoilers should be kept under the {{Spoiler}} template. Also can you please sign your theories with your wiki id, as it makes it easier to identify people.

Some Theories may be also found at the WMG page of TV Tropes

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Silly

Bad Acid

Ashna spiked Parson's Peeps with some bad acid. Parson's Klog #1 was RIGHT, this IS all a bad hallucinatory dream, a modern-day 'Wizard of Oz' or the more apt 'Alice in Wonderland,' complete with political commentary and bad puns. The trouble is, Parson doesn't get to escape and come back again before Book 2 comes out, because his RL body overdosed on it, or perhaps his immune system is just that weak, and he's in a permanent coma. (Or however long Jamie and Rob can ride this GravyTrain. XD)--BarGamer 21:18, 15 May 2009 (UTC)

Dreamscale time

To build on that, the entirety of book 1 might take place only within a few minutes of real time. Parson dreams very quickly.

Seems the other gamers also had some

One general problem with that theory is that the narrative regularly cuts away from Hamster, showing stuff he doesn't know about. For events within Erf, this could perhaps be explained away as the workings of his subconscious mental gamemaster; but in the last three panels of Erf-b1-p016Same-site.PNG, set entirely in Stupidworld, the gaming group witnesses and comments on Parson's disappearance.

Rejected Uncroaked Ansom

The authors have really let something slip, here. The Arkenplier's creature focus is not Uncroaked... But the entire Side of Transylvito, which Ansom clearly resembled with his glowing red eyes, black motif, and unhealthy-looking skin. In fact, that was one of the reasons why Vinny and, by association, Transylvito joined the Coalition: Even when not attuned, the bearer of the ArkenPliers can inspire feelings of Loyalty, Obedience, and Duty (LOaD) in Transylvito units. This is proved by Erf-b1-p042Same-site.PNG--BarGamer 21:18, 15 May 2009 (UTC)

I mean, Uncroaked are alright, but thinking, active Sides in your Alliance are something else, as proved by the Archon's similar LOaD to Charlie. In addition to being able to be popped like normal units, Transylvito units can also 'convert' others to their Side like Caesar Borgata threatened to do to Jillian in the last comic that he was featured in, by drinking the victim's blood, and making them drink Transylvito blood. If a unit is not Uncroaked, and another Transylvito unit is not nearby to assist in this, the ArkenPliers can do this directly by physically (Ansom's probable favored tactic)or Magically (Wanda's probable favored tactic) pulling on the victim's canines, making them longer.--BarGamer 21:18, 15 May 2009 (UTC)

Jillian and Stanley screwed up with fate

It was destined to collect all the arkentools in Faq. Jillian was the supposed wielder of the arkenhammer, and Stanley no more than a tool to bring it to her. Later she was supposed to find the arkenpliers and bring them to Wanda. The arkendish was supposed to go to Jack. A fourth known arkentool was reserved for the unnamed predictamancer of Faq.

Unfortunately Jillian was naughty and ignored an order to come home in the right time, thus condeming Faq and the predictamancer to obliteration. The arkenhammer felt that, became bored and choose Stanley as its wielder. --Welf von Ehrwald 16:32, 25 June 2009 (UTC)

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