Mooagain

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  1. There's a lot of planets out there, but where does this far future with aliens and robots land us? What planet did we land on with these other aliens that woke up Hesh and destroyed all the spaceships? Let's find out! First thing, the general layout of this planet. We've got one large continent to the East, and two smaller continents to the West, one on top of the other. Here's my attempt at a map of this place. Okay, now that we have a general idea of the land area, what does this remind you of? So yeah, that's my big theory for where this game takes place. But wait, there's more! The landmasses aren't a perfect fit, but there's more sort of evidence in the game. In Smith's campaign we learn that the Roaloch cause some weird evolution stuff that restructured all the life on this planet as well as messing up the technology. If that's true, then what if every 'alien' in the game was just mutated by the Roaloch, not brought here form another planet? That would explain why they all resemble some kind of Earth animal, as well as why all the intelligent races have same body shape as humans. My guess is that humanity either brought back the source of the Roaloch from space and it's the only real alien, or it was created by humans as some kind of bio weapon that didn't go as planned. Of course, there are some holes in this theory. The local environment doesn't fit perfectly, aside from the planet being mostly water and a reasonably survivable atmosphere for humans. I don't have a real explanation for this, but I suppose it's possible that this is far enough in the future that global warming and human terraforming restructured the planet enough for this to make sense.
  2. That's a strange the case, since the flower is crafted with nightmare fuel and a mourning glory. The nightmare fuel is an obvious shadow magic thing, but based on the colour scheme and the connection of ghosts and the moon it's possible that Abigale's flower is some kind of fusion of the two. He was at one point, but based on his quotes he seems very not corrupted anymore. I'd guess he was using the shadows more than they were using him during the fight with the players, especially considering what happens when we win. That could be Wagstaff's, if he can appear in the moon storm because of the lunar energy I'd guess he can also show up on the surface of the moon. If WX and Wormwood can leave skeletons than I don't see why he couldn't.
  3. I love Chester, he's just so loyal and helpful (and a meatshield). There aren't any followers I dislike, but I think Glommer is definitely the least useful out of all of them. The goop just isn't super helpful for a Wigfrid/Wortox main and the sanity aura is too small to make a difference. He's pretty cute though.
  4. One of these bags has a mandrake in it, the other has four spider warriors. Chose wisely!
  5. That seems like more of an organizational thing than the people that wanted the bog stuff. I imagine The Agency to be more of a guild that Rook is with, helping him find work and taking a small cut of the profits.
  6. Out of the three stories we have right now, Rook's is the most mysterious. Someone hires Rook to steal a thing from the Boggers, and he manipulated the Rise and the Barons to get it. But who hired him? What person or faction would have hired an old spy to infiltrate a deadly bog to steal an old piece of vagrant tech from a cult? Well, I think I've figured out who it was. Here's all of our suspects. We're going to assume that the person that hired him was one of the existing factions, because it wouldn't make for a very fun theory post if I said it was someone not in the game. First, let's remove all the factions that wouldn't have any investment in stealing from the Boggers. Spree, Civilians, and Jakes wouldn't have any conceivable interest in this. Grifters are the player characters, so they're out. Also, I doubt the Cult of Hesh would be interested in the Boggers, what with the whole opposing ideologies thing. Let's see who's left. Alright, that's half of them down already. Off to a good start. Now let's remove all the factions that are already in Grout Bog and would have no reason to hire Rook. That's the Spark Barons and the Rise, as well as the Rentorians with that one boss on night one. Only three left! The Admiralty is unlikely as a candidate, considering their rough past with Rook and Fellemo, plus they seem like the type to send in a full swat team instead of a spy. The same goes for the Deltreans, since the Admiralty is basically their muscle. And that leaves only one left. Here's my theory: The Bilebrokers hired Rook for the Bog Job. As we saw in Smith's campaign, the Boggers know a lot about the true nature of Hesh and the Roaloch, two things the Bilebrokers have shown an interest in studying. What if the thing Rook stole from the bog wasn't any kind of weapon, but an old record from the Vagrant Age with important information regarding the nature of the bog? What if the most scientific faction, the Bilebrokers, hired him to find it so they could learn some great truth about the Roaloch?
  7. The way I see it, the cone is the constant, with the crescent being the moon, the sun being itself, and the ball being the thing in front of the sun (possibly the shadow eye from the gateway or the location of the nightmare throne).
  8. Based on the Hamlet trailer, it's a solar eclipse and lunar eclipse at the same time. The sun and moon are both in the sky together, and some third celestial body is positioned between them stopping the sunlight from reaching the moon. Perhaps this third space rock is another entity like Alter?
  9. I buy skins that look really good and I know I'll use them a lot, and I also buy skins that come out at the same time as a major update just to support the devs. Also sometimes I use it to flex on my friends who don't have jobs.
  10. I think it's a safe assumption the Charlie was going for the portal in the last short. Also Wagstaff might be planing to power up some portal device with the mysterious energy.
  11. I don't have strong feelings about the changes in style, but it kind of makes sense lore-wise since Maxwell's not in charge anymore. The original NR video is mostly Charlie changing the design of the throne room to be less nightmarish, No surprise she's doing that to the rest of the world.
  12. That one was eaten by hounds, as was Ruffus the second. Any more and it's less like getting pet beefalos and more like feeding hounds.
  13. My friend named his first beefalo my IRL name and then killed it for food.