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FreyaMaluk    4,535
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2 minutes ago, junobug said:

everyone else's quotes although silly just refer to simply dying when using the celestial portal but when playing as woodie he says it feels familiar, does this already mean anything in the lore or does anyone know what the implications of this could be. 

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hmmm maybe referring when he transforms into beaver form?

not quite sure-... or maybe saying.. this is an endless cycle of endless death?? dunno for sure

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junobug    24

this terrifies me bc the lobotomized woodie skin, i dont want this good stinky canadian man to be hurt :c

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minespatch    51,331

I still want the lobotomy skin to be canon so we can find out why he was lbotomized in the first place.

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Mooagain    974

My guess as to that scar on the skin is that it is the scar from a beaver bite or an axe swing, and that's how he got the curse. The gateway quote is probably about the moon parts of the portal, not dying. (Also, there is the missing poster from Next of kin, so he must have had some friends.)

I feel like Lucy was made by Maxwell/Them as part of his deal to get into the constant. He got a magic axe, and they got a new toy.

8 minutes ago, JJ0264 said:

(family/swimming/counting).

Does he not know those things in-game?

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Mooagain    974
9 hours ago, JJ0264 said:

Actually I've found more clues! Wendy/Abby/Max know Lucy but Lucy (maybe Woodie) don't?

The Maxwell quote is interesting and has been brought up before, but I think the DST quotes are from after they have all met eachother.

9 hours ago, JJ0264 said:

Maxwell seems to hate Woodie (like Wes)

Maxwell hates everyone.

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On 28.04.2019 at 6:17 AM, minespatch said:

I still want the lobotomy skin to be canon so we can find out why he was lbotomized in the first place.

Well, I don't want to spoil BoJack Horseman to anyone, but...

Spoiler

Honey Sugarman, BoJack's grandma was lobotomized after nearly killing herself and her daughter by reckless driving, which was caused by Honey's brother being killed on a war. The lack of love from Honey has made Beatrice (her daughter) a person who lacked any parental skills, thus resulting in BoJack being a **** to everyone. Now back to Woodie, the lobotomy could be carried out because he has lost Lucy, his Wife/Girlfriend.

 

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Cytryn7    132
10 hours ago, JJ0264 said:

Endothermic Fire (upon being built)- "Where's my electric guitar?" (electric guitar's were invented in 1931)

That's big. We know all characters were brought to The Constant before 1921

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Mooagain    974
17 hours ago, JJ0264 said:

Endothermic Fire (upon being built)- "Where's my electric guitar?" (electric guitar's were invented in 1931)

That is most likely a reference to on the normal fire he says "Where's my guitar?" and the endothermic fires are electric.

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Canis    2,813

call me a big dum dum doo doo head but please tell me what lobotomized means

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WolfYlch    96
2 minutes ago, Canis said:

call me a big dum dum doo doo head but please tell me what lobotomized means

The definition of a lobotomy is "a surgical operation involving incision into the prefrontal lobe of the brain, formerly used to treat mental illness."

I dony blame you for not knowing though, it took me awhile to know too

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Canis    2,813
1 minute ago, WolfYlch said:

The definition of a lobotomy is "a surgical operation involving incision into the prefrontal lobe of the brain, formerly used to treat mental illness."

I dony blame you for not knowing though, it took me awhile to know too

ok now I REALLY want to see this lobotomized skin...

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WolfYlch    96
3 minutes ago, Canis said:

ok now I REALLY want to see this lobotomized skin...

1e61a3fa74174c9b372a0fa66568ff35.jpgI think it's this unimplemented skin! 

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JJ0264    69
19 minutes ago, Canis said:

call me a big dum dum doo doo head but please tell me what lobotomized means

The purpose of the operation was to reduce the symptoms of mental disorder, and it was recognized that this was accomplished at the expense of a person's personality and intellect.

A lobotomy is a surgical procedure that severs the connections between the prefrontal lobe and the rest of the brain. It was used in the past to attempt to treat a variety of mental illnesses, including bipolar disorder, manic depression, schizophrenia, severe mental depression and even anxiety.

When performed successfully, a lobotomy could result in significant behavioral changes for the patient. For psychotic patients, lobotomies were sometimes beneficial, calming the patient so that he or she could live a relatively normal life. Lobotomies are also famous for causing a flat affect and general decreased responsiveness;

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__IvoCZE__    4,529

Lobotomy was also used to treat epilepsy...

Woodie propably has Ornithophobia ( fear of birbs ) that was attempted to be treated by just lobotomizing him.

oh hello doctor, please cut away a huge chuck of my brain instead of trying to make me cope with birds.

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JJ0264    69
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3 hours ago, __IvoCZE__ said:

Lobotomy was also used to treat epilepsy...

Woodie propably has Ornithophobia ( fear of birbs ) that was attempted to be treated by just lobotomizing him.

oh hello doctor, please cut away a huge chuck of my brain instead of trying to make me cope with birds.

I'm assuming Woodie lobotomy was done by force, family/doctor thought Woodie was too insane to answer for himself

As for the Ornithophobia - every time he sees a bird, Woodie is reminded of his dead wife 'Mary' who was killed by crows; It also kind of breaks his illusion of Lucy, thinking that it's all head and Lucy isn't real (which he loves Lucy)

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Canis    2,813
3 hours ago, JJ0264 said:

I'm assuming Woodie lobotomy was done by force, family/doctor thought Woodie was too insane to answer for himself

As for the Ornithophobia - every time he sees a bird, Woodie is reminded of his dead wife 'Mary' who was killed by crows; It also kind of breaks his illusion of Lucy, thinking that it's all head and Lucy isn't real (which he loves Lucy)

The possibility that Lucy isn't real doesn't sit right with me, even though that could just be the Woodie Main in me talking. I'd much rather prefer Lucy be a living person that had a curse of being trapped in an axe.

Now that I think about it, all of the quotes from other characters directly speaking about Lucy can be viewed as humoring Woodie.

oH NO

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WolfYlch    96
4 hours ago, JJ0264 said:

I'm assuming Woodie lobotomy was done by force, family/doctor thought Woodie was too insane to answer for himself

As for the Ornithophobia - every time he sees a bird, Woodie is reminded of his dead wife 'Mary' who was killed by crows; It also kind of breaks his illusion of Lucy, thinking that it's all head and Lucy isn't real (which he loves Lucy)

What quotes or hints does Woodie give about having a wife named Mary? I might be overlooking things as I haven't actively played with him in awhile.

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__IvoCZE__    4,529
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“You look different, Lucy. Did you get a haircut?”

–Webber, when examining Riled Lucy in the Forge

It sits with me that Lucy is actually someone related to Woodie, whether it be his lumberjackin' wife or not, and very real.

Webber is not a bad boy to troll Woodie.

3 minutes ago, WolfYlch said:

What quotes or hints does Woodie give about having a wife named Mary? I might be overlooking things as I haven't actively played with him in awhile.

He just nicknamed ''Mary'' as not to confuse people when he is talking about Lucy as an axe or as a person

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