oh my god oscar did'nt respond my PM ;_;
Go cry in the corner. He's not constantly online and therefore can't answer it right away. Wait for a few days.
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BLUH BLUH HUGE BITCH BLUH
Well that was quite rude, dude.. And stickmaniaz, didn't he already answer the thing with the song in the thread you started? Or is this some other question you asked him?
Keep it on-topic people.
"All moments are fleeting, just like all love is true." Victory
I'm pretty new here. Joined a few days ago. I wanted to ask one thing.
In Castle Repercussion D1 Leader's Brutality, after the scene where Boomer and Co. are attacked by those invisible arms and escape through a crack, right after that scene, the screen pans down into the depths of the castle and we see some kind of twisted, demonic being. It looked a bit skeletal and it hung a few feet in the air while using two of those invisible arms to move away into the shadows while its legs swung limply.
What or who was that being? Was it the same thing which uttered that chant which woke up the sleeping Droners or whatever you call those red-eyed demons? If so, is it the same Thing whose voice spoke to Private Ray in Repercussions A and attacked Mullins in C.
Sorry, if this seems a lot. Take your time. I can wait
The being is called the Puppetmaster as revealed in the scene selection of D1. He controls the invisible tentacles and has used them to kill two of the General's men.
There's little chance of him and the demonic voice being connected. But given the fact no invisible tentacles appeared when the demonic voice is speaking, they are probably two different beings. It is also revealed in Part A scene selection that the voice is an entity known as 'Mindworms'.
just a tought, what if the Demonic voice is the haunted soul of the wise one?
I became bored of the old one
It's possible... but he does want to enter our world and appeared more like a parasite while haunting Ray and Mullins, soooo maybe not.
Heck the demonic voice may be more than one being, especially with that ghostly apparition of Lloyd.
And, not that I mean to offend or anything, but are you one of the guys who are actually supposed to and are authorized to answer the questions or are you just speculating on my question?
I'm pretty sure it is its actual name- the creator of Castle named the scenes. What does it matter what name the voice has anyway? The creator (Oscar) has called it the Mindworms, ??? and Dark Voice as revealed in the credits and scene selection. The fans also refer to the voice using those names. What point are you making by telling me the names of the other scenes?
These theories and names have been around for a while and I have answered other questions concerning Castle before, so I am not speculating. There is no authorization to answering questions.
Well okay. I hope you didn't get offended by my speculating comment. I was just asking, not trying to offend you. But all said, I still think that the two entities could still be the same. Oh well, we'll see. No use arguing when we don't have much concrete evidence to go on.
have anybody ever thought this?
"wow! Oscar really have created a complex and fantastic world!"
I became bored of the old one
Why has nobody in this series realized the amazing destructive power of monocles
Man rule 48. Any dispute lasting any longer than 3 minutes must be settled by rock, paper, scissors.
So one more question. Like Tyemdi said, I am a bit curious. In Repercussions B, why did the evils leave the chopper- and the tasty meal waiting for them inside- and run away? It has already been mentioned in an earlier post that that moment could have happened at the same time when the Mystery Voice either woke up the droners or spoke to Mullins. But what could that have done?
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The courtyard was about to fall apart. That's probably one of the reasons why the "evils" escaped the area. Big dragon is coming :3
LEVIATHAN!!! W00T!! (Castle 1's dragon: Tiamat. Deal with it )
Though I don't think that's why they left. The timespan between Levi and the Evils retreating is too big. I think it has something to do with a yet unrevealed part of Castle where Lloyd (the real one) and Etrius are involved.
Feels good to be back to discuss Castle
How much suffering, mortal, does it take before you lose your grace?
Then again, it could have only been an apparition meant to frighten and disorient Ray. But I think it is the former theory.