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Comic #4: A new loading screen

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anonymous    330

While comic 4 gave us an, on least said, interesting new loading screen, namely a new Kino der Toten loading screen, I have seen no discussion about it. Time to change that!

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On the first, normal loading screen, we see the zombie universe: The universe in which element 115 exists. In the first panel we see zombies in the unknown bunker of Nacht der Untoten. Panel number 2 shows the Verruckt Asylum on Tiergarternstraße 4 WITH zombies. On the third panel we see zombies in the Rising Sun facility and in  panel 4 we see zombies in Der Riese Waffenfabrik, surrounding our four heroes, who teleport away and start their journey, which can be seen in the last panel. Richthofen starts his Grand Scheme, and as events in this universe fall as dominos with as big end: The destruction of this universe. Cause and effect. At the end of Buried, Richthofen could gain complete power, and the "world will be his own personal plaything". A side effect: The Apothicans are able to send 115 rocks though the tears in the universe Richthofen created, to history, waiting to be found by Group 935, which start the loop over again. Another possibility in Buried is that Maxis goes to Samantha. She, heavily influenced by the Apothicans, goes back to World War I and asks 4 heroes to free the Apothicans. So either Richthofen's, or Maxis's path ends in having element 115 on Earth. That's the loop. The loop that must be broken. This is the zombies universe, the universe in which we run around and complete Easter Eggs for some greater agenda. Let's go to the new loading screen.

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Unlike the explanation of the other loading screen, we will now start in the last comic panel: The old doctor Richthofen is shot and dies instant. So there won't be a Richthofen in that universe anymore. This stops the falling dominos, the cause and effects, the events leading to doom. If the Doctor is dead, there will be no Buried. There will be no endgame between Richthofen and Maxis. The Apothicans will never be able to send 115 meteorites to our past. And I say our, because this is the universe we live in. Reality. An Earth, a universe without Element 115. Without Apothicans. Both simply do not exist here. If the Apothicans never send 115 to Earth, there would be no zombies. On panel 2 we see asylum doctors doing nasty asylum stuff. Look it up: Action T4, it existed in reality. Just no zombies. Peter was never a spy in Group 935, because Group 935 does not even exist in reality (because there is no 115). That’s why we don't see Peter hanging in the Rising Sun facility on panel 3: That facility is now simply a barn, a military base perhaps. But no secret station in which experiments with 115 take place. If Peter was never infiltrated in Group 935, the marines never had to rescue him. On panel 1 we see the two planes of the marines standing on the ground: No plane could crash in Nacht der Untoten. This universe is normal, without 115. Only because one person is killed, one domino is taken away, the zombie events don't take place, and the loop is broken. (I know it sounds a bit complicated, but I will post a self-made picture of this all once I am able to use my PC.)
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Remember the SoE scrap paper saying: "A universe has born, the others must be undone". This universe, OUR universe, Monty's perfect universe, the universe without 115 and Apothicans, is born. All others must be undone. Like Monty said, the other universes are closing off. From now on, only one universe exists: Our universe. Our reality.

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On that pieced together paper you have, there is one thing I'd like to point out...

 

"We are different, but the same"

 

"These shackles they come

with certain opportunity

they won't let me get away
but they show me that we are the same!

We're the same?

We're the same. 

They show me that we are the same.

I can't give in. 

I won't give in. 

It's not a state of mind

I'm wretched but I'm powerful!"

 

This is a bone I'm throwing you. Follow the lead.

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anonymous    330
1 hour ago, Samantha's Teddy CXV said:

On that pieced together paper you have, there is one thing I'd like to point out...

 

"We are different, but the same"

 

"These shackles they come

with certain opportunity

they won't let me get away
but they show me that we are the same!

We're the same?

We're the same. 

They show me that we are the same.

I can't give in. 

I won't give in. 

It's not a state of mind

I'm wretched but I'm powerful!"

 

This is a bone I'm throwing you. Follow the lead.

Its all inside my head.
Its just inside my,
Its all inside my,
They're all inside my head.

They're all inside my HEAD!

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InfestLithium    520

The Abracadavre lyrics are referencing that Sam and Richtofen are not so different in which they both are awful people, not the exact same connection as the note in the Shadows of Evil scrap.

 

But the loading screen remake is so hype! Goes back to further proving that killing these particular versions of them essentially erases all the other versions of them in various universe, making them the "parent" version. Blundell confirmed this in Dalek's interview video, stating why there was a cipher mentioning how each specific character needs to be killed at the right place and time.

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anonymous    330
15 hours ago, InfestLithium said:

But the loading screen remake is so hype! Goes back to further proving that killing these particular versions of them essentially erases all the other versions of them in various universe, making them the "parent" version. Blundell confirmed this in Dalek's interview video, stating why there was a cipher mentioning how each specific character needs to be killed at the right place and time.

Yeah, about that, I still don't fully get it. I understand that the "parent" versions are the purest forms of their souls, and therefore are these collected, to live further in the perfect world. But if you kill the parent versions, do the other versions in other universes automatically die too? I don't see the meaning behind that, since the not-perfect universes in which 115 exist (in which the other versions live) are automatically closed off from the real, perfect universe.

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