France and a New Mystery

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[Refictionalized 20 Dec 2012]

Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby Scarab on Tue Oct 09, 2012 9:44 am

Oh god, this is gonna end with us all meeting ourselves.


Hell, if the Administrators are RIGHT about there being altercations going on on EVERY LAYER of fiction then it's quite possible we will meet ourselves MORE THAN ONCE. I really don't know if I can cope with that.
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Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby Dryunya on Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:06 am

Didn't you read Mr. A's twitter? He has confirmed that there may be a party working against us.
Time to put on those tinfoil hats.
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Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby Scarab on Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:11 am

Dryunya wrote:Didn't you read Mr. A's twitter? He has confirmed that there may be a party working against us.
Time to put on those tinfoil hats.


Urgh... it's us. It's definitely some alternate version of us. I mean WHO ELSE could possibly be an exact match for us in every way?

You know the only problem with having a forum full of tropers is there's pretty much no way the ending of all this is going to surprise everyone. At least one or two people are gonna work it out.
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Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby Dryunya on Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:52 am

Scarab wrote:Urgh... it's us. It's definitely some alternate version of us. I mean WHO ELSE could possibly be an exact match for us in every way?

I don't think there could be a bunch of evil tropers trying to frame Holmes and Poirot - not to mention that it would require leaving their computers. :gurt:
Scarab wrote:You know the only problem with having a forum full of tropers is there's pretty much no way the ending of all this is going to surprise everyone. At least one or two people are gonna work it out.

I had some clever thought about this, but I absolutely forgot it while I was typing the first paragraph. :shock: Sorry.
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Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby Pixelmage on Tue Oct 09, 2012 12:55 pm

Dryunya wrote:
Scarab wrote:Urgh... it's us. It's definitely some alternate version of us. I mean WHO ELSE could possibly be an exact match for us in every way?

I don't think there could be a bunch of evil tropers trying to frame Holmes and Poirot - not to mention that it would require leaving their computers. :gurt:
Scarab wrote:You know the only problem with having a forum full of tropers is there's pretty much no way the ending of all this is going to surprise everyone. At least one or two people are gonna work it out.

I had some clever thought about this, but I absolutely forgot it while I was typing the first paragraph. :shock: Sorry.


Thing is, as far as we know, the puppetmasters are tropers too. Meaning, they'll be able to foresee what our foresight might be and play with that, unless we consider that and try to predict the subversions to come, which they might also be able to predict and...
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Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby Dryunya on Tue Oct 09, 2012 1:01 pm

Pixelmage wrote:Thing is, as far as we know, the puppetmasters are tropers too. Meaning, they'll be able to foresee what our foresight might be and play with that, unless we consider that and try to predict the subversions to come, which they might also be able to predict and...

WMG: The other party is puppetmasters. :shock:
No, no. There are limits to how meta it can get.
Also, if you start to think in I Know You Know I Know categories, it's probably time to renew your theories. :?
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Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby NeverSlender on Tue Oct 09, 2012 1:03 pm

Dryunya wrote:
Pixelmage wrote:Thing is, as far as we know, the puppetmasters are tropers too. Meaning, they'll be able to foresee what our foresight might be and play with that, unless we consider that and try to predict the subversions to come, which they might also be able to predict and...

WMG: The other party is puppetmasters. :shock:
No, no. There are limits to how meta it can get.
Also, if you start to think in I Know You Know I Know categories, it's probably time to renew your theories. :?


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Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby Sicon112 on Tue Oct 09, 2012 1:50 pm

Dryunya wrote:
Pixelmage wrote:Thing is, as far as we know, the puppetmasters are tropers too. Meaning, they'll be able to foresee what our foresight might be and play with that, unless we consider that and try to predict the subversions to come, which they might also be able to predict and...

WMG: The other party is puppetmasters. :shock:
No, no. There are limits to how meta it can get.
Also, if you start to think in I Know You Know I Know categories, it's probably time to renew your theories. :?


Really?

I may have a problem then... I ALWAYS think like that...
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Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby Dryunya on Tue Oct 09, 2012 1:57 pm

If you start to think in I Know You Know I Know categories, it's probably time to renew your theories, unless you're Sicon.
Fixed. :D
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Re: France and a New Mystery

Postby Sicon112 on Tue Oct 09, 2012 1:59 pm

Dryunya wrote:If you start to think in I Know You Know I Know categories, it's probably time to renew your theories, unless you're Sicon.
Fixed. :D


Oh yay! I get an exception! Huzzah!
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