Anonymous asked:One thin that surprised me about the episode betty is how capable both of hem were with fighting. Simon knocked out ash(whilst dying) and betty knocked out bella noche (who was shown o be powerful) slightly unusual for academics like them to be portrayed as physical fighters. don't you think?
We think it’s a cool observation and we have nothing to add!
If Betty is in Ooo now, FInn is no longer the only human, right? I wouldnt be surprised if Finn doesnt try to find her for his own reasons. Do you think Finn even realized that her presence meant he wasnt the only human in Ooo now
Yeah you bring up an interesting point! Hopefully Finn will be level headed enough (he’s been weird lately) to interact with and learn something.
We’ll just have to wait for more episodes to come out
Anonymous asked:On the topic of Finn's alternate-reality prosthetic arm, the grass blade curse is a pretty powerful symbol. It might be the very prosthesis he's fantasized about in his various dream worlds... or maybe the curse will eventually take his arm? At any rate, it's big. What do you think?
Yes, we DEFINITELY think something will take his arm, and there’s a good chance it will be the grass sword
You can read all the reasons in our robot arm tag
The most definitive reason is probably that we saw Finn as an old man with a prosthetic arm in the crystal ball from the episode “Dungeon Train”
Any guesses to what the background means in last nights episode "Bad timing" we saw Johnny in it, I know that much and we've seen those thing things from the beginning of the episode from the episode "The Lich" so do you think Pen Ward is gonna go deep into this to where he need to make an episode explaining these things?
The wiki said that it was possibly an alternate dimension, and I think we’re safe to assume that.
We can also assume that the little creatures playing in it were Princess Bubblegum’s failed test subjects
Will they ever elaborate on all this? No clue.
Anonymous asked:Now that they're introducing time travel elements to the show, do you think that the "finn is from a different time" theory might work?
Maybe? We’re still really weary of it, and there are several counts against it
- Unused storyboards from the Lich that talk about Finn’s father—no time travel is mentioned
- Farmworld should take place 1000 years after the bombs fell just like in Ooo, and there isn’t any evidence to say otherwise
- Susan Strong was presented to us as a possible human
Like most theories, I don’t think we can knock it out of the park yet
We’re just going to be really skeptical of it (as always)
Anonymous asked:Is Azusa's name from Soul Eater?
it’s from a different manga
Anonymous asked:I feel like Ice King based Fiona's personality off of his memories of Betty in his fanfictions. She's very heroic and brash.
A LOT OF PEOPLE SAY THIS
BUT HAVE YOU CONSIDERED
who Fionna is said to be based on (in canon)
VERY HEROIC AND BRASH
(maybe they’ll become good friends, being so similar and all)
so did y'all notice the arm Finn loses is the same arm the lich exploded the gauntlet off of in mortal folly? because it is the same arm and I assume the lich touching him gave him some kinda bad arm stuff, I wanna say like a cancer almost, that ends up him losing the arm. Also I bet it makes him a curse magnet of sorts and the blade of grass would just be a blade if the user didnt have lich arm, and maybe the grass guy is a good guy who thought he was cursing someone connected to the lich
We don’t think there’s enough evidence supporting the theory that the Lich is the one who cursed his arm to be cut off, especially since Farmworld Finn had a robot arm even though the Lich never existed.
But this is certainly one more piece of evidence that we can use to say, yes, FInn will lose his arm
The conditions we have come up with so far as to when he will lose his arm are:
- it will happen when Jake’s not around or is incapacitated in some way
- it will probably be Finn’s own fault
and of course there’s a lot more on this in our robot arm tag
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Did Shoko count as a human? And how was Finn born the last human if they never showed peach skinned people in Shoko's time? Any theories?
This answer turned out pretty lengthy so I’m dropping it under a cut
- Shoko’s species
- Characters with natural skin tones
- Adam Muto “Finn might be too mutated” theory
Anonymous asked:I don't know if you've noticed this, but throughout a few episodes there are what seems to be scattered crystals in odd locations, Such as in the episodes The Pods, and Ocean Of Fear, and maybe more. I'm not sure what type of lead this is, but it has to do with something... right?
Anonymous asked:Have you guys made any theories about all the crystals throughout the show?
Anonymous asked:OR it could be that time isn't changed at all, because Betty always left Simon for Simon, like the reason Betty left past Simon is because future Simon contacted her. I can't really explain this properly but there's two versions of time travel, one where changing things effects time, and one where if you change things it doesn't matter because the changes you made were already in effect in the present.
I said the same thing real briefly at the end of that post
"her being removed was part of the original timeline all along and nothing has changed."
I think this is the one they will go with because there won’t be drastic changes to the plot
thanks for bringing this up again in full