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Remember the episode where iceking kidnaps everyone to make his fanfiction come true?well when the wizard touches it it comes to life but maybe their universe came into existence too?
No, that was the pun on the situation. The wizard couldn’t really make them come to life. He gave life to the book, not its contents. Even if Ice King made a statue of them (in fact, I think he made a sculpture of Fionna and Cake out of ice) it wouldn’t even hold their personalities. Ice King isn’t going to make any progress bringing Fionna and Cake to the real world relying on the Ancient Sleeping Magi of Life-Giving’s magic. - Alisyn
what is Gunter and Princess Bublegum's shipping
Um… don’t think that they have a ship name. ~Alex
I actually didn’t know that anyone shipped Gunter and PB. You’re welcome to come up with your own ship name if you want to, though. :) - Alisyn
So, I've heard a lot of theories about Finn making Ooo and all of the characters up, and I thought that maybe that was half true. I don't think it's Finn that's making it up, but maybe the crown is causing Ice King to hallucinate, and he's detached from the real world, maybe that's why Betty left him. It's just a thought.
I believe Pen Ward’s stated multiple times that Ooo isn’t a dream or a hallucination. Sorry to crush your theory there. :/ ~Alex
Do you think that AT is getting better? I mean, I watched the episode "Little Brother", which has a good ending, compared to the last episodes that has nonsense endings. Do you think that they are back at making educational episodes?
Personally, I like the kick-butt and emotional episodes more than the educational episodes, so I hope not. I did enjoy “Little Brother”, and in my opinion it’s the best episode we’ve had in a while. I think that the episode had more of a life-lesson type of educational feel if anything, not so much of a school-lesson educational episode like “Food Chain” was. - Alisyn
Besides the song, I agree that it was a pretty good episode. I don’t like that they think they have to put a song in every episode. ~Alex
A while back I think you said something about the Litch being some type of creature like a soul and it takes over vessels. So in Escape from the Citadel I don't think that the Litch was transformed into a baby it's just that the vessel skeleton was transformed into a baby, so now the Litch is just rolling with it and forming a new plan like he did in the citadel. what do you think?
That’s some cool insight into this topic, and you’re correct that the baby-like creature that the Lich “transformed” into is just his vessel. ~Alex
And I support your theory that the Lich is not really “good” as Jake thought. If anything, he’s just lying low, formulating a new plan, as you said. - Alisyn
So the Ancient Psychic Tandem War Elephant is helping Maja now. Is he her servant now like he was to Finn and Jake?
Maybe not her servant, the APTWE is in control of the situation and will help her to regain consciousness / get out of her coma. He’s not really her servant. As he said at the end of the episode, he is “both the match and the candle”. ~Alex
When the Ancient Psychic Tandem War Elephant was conversing with the Sun, they talked about purpose. The APTWE didn’t feel like it had purpose because its fighting nature was not necessary very often like it would have been in the Mushroom War. The animals in the cave, the ant and the bird, both had purpose for their actions. What the Sun meant by “how do you light a candle without a match?” is “how do you accomplish anything without a purpose or a will?” - Alisyn
alisyn, since a nuclear explosion releases an EMP blast, wouldn't Moe and his robots actually be destroyed by the EMP blasts during the mushroom war along with all pre war electronics?
(For those of you that don’t know, “EMP” stands for ElectroMagnetic Pulse and it is simply a short burst of electromagnetic energy. These bursts are generally harmful to electronic equipment and can be natural or man-made. A natural example is a lightning strike, and a man-made example is an EMP weapon. These sorts of weapons can be nuclear or non-nuclear.)
They might not be completely destroyed depending on where the bomb was dropped, some could have short-circuited and been replaced by others of the same variety. Since Moe is a cyborg and his internal functions are controlled by robotic technology it would be a tremendous blow to his health if he was hit dead on with the powerful electromagnetic energy. (As he stated in “Be More”, the only human part left of him is his skin.) Moe’s facility goes far down into the ground, so travelling through the ground could taper off the full energy of the wave before it hit Moe and his robots. - Alisyn
(Edit: Here’s a tidbit anonymously sent to us; “I wanted to add to the EMP thing, from a somewhat military standpoint, most jet fighters and jeeps are wired with fillings and tape that cover wires within the vehicle that are EMP proof (actually is a thing) so I would figure Moe would use this with impeding war on the horizon.”)
Alex, you know the lich's agenda to destroy all life? what would he do now once he has an empty wasteland devoid of life?
He’d probably be pretty damn satisfied. But in all seriousness he would probably go into an actual standstill such as Prismo described in “Wake Up”. Now, he literally has no purpose so there wouldn’t be any reason to continue doing anything. ~Alex
In the episode The Lich, Booko said that dimensions could be temporarily linked with objects of great power. This means that there are many more objects other than the Enchiridion. Do you think that Finn and Jake will find another one of these objects, and use it to find Finn's dad? Or maybe Ice King will use one to go to a universe where Fionna and Cake exist?
One way dimensions can be linked is by wormholes, so that’s a possibility if Finn and Jake ever so desire to partake in inter-dimensional travel. There is a chance that there are other objects like the Enchiridion that could generate a dimension travelling portal, sure. Anything’s possible. But just because they can travel between dimensions doesn’t mean they have any idea where Finn’s dad is. - Alisyn
I’m going to add that Finn may not even want to see his dad anymore…. just throwing that out there. He has daddy issues now from all that happened, I’m guessing. About the Fionna and Cake thing, there probably isn’t a universe containing their world because they are figment’s of Ice King’s mind. They could exist if the Multiverse theory is true because in this theory there are different universes created each time anything interacts because there are many different outcomes for each interaction. ~Alex
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