(I’m nearing 2 hours into the vod from today, just so we’re clear.)
Ranboo’s reaction to hearing Angus’ backstory. I’ve known he really genuinely cares about characters, from his undertale playthrough a while ago, but hearing his voice go straight into that caring tone when Angus started talking about his past broke my heart as much as you could tell it broke his.
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I'd love to see an insult match between Tommy and Ranboo for a video or something. Tommy can think of stuff on the spot and Ranboo can think of comebacks and ways to turn it back into other people on the spot.
I NEED THIS NOW, I NEED AN INSULT MATCH BETWEEN TOMMY AND RANBOO
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Ranboo tweeted this!
Transcript under the cut!
[START] Starting the 2nd stream of Night In The Woods at about 4:30 EST! The game just got to the point where it gets APPARENTLY REALLY INTERESTING so I am excited to see where it goes! (We also still have the subgoal for the merch teaser so if you want to see that stop on by!) [END]
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Okay just a thought. I have not watched the entire three lore streams the other day and only caught a bit but this has been on my mind since YESTERDAY:
“You know, if I were alive when Dream threatened L’manburg like that I wouldn’t have went with it like Tubbo did, though you know I respect his decision, I’d probably be exiled with Tommy and then end up fighting Dream..” - C!Wilbur, talking with C!Phil and C!Tommy
Like, either it’s... this just gives me so many manipulative vibes???
Like, the way Wilbur kind of bashes Tubbo and backtracking to not sound cruel? Wilbur said he’s read up the backed up letters Phil had sent as well as getting his memories from Ghostbur.
It just feels like Wilbur knows that exile was a SUPER sore spot for Tommy and by cutting down Tubbo to remind Tommy in a way that he can’t be trusted, it feels like the way Dream was badmouthing others and both are making it seem like they’re the only real friend Tommy has.
Looking at it from this context, the way Tommy acts kind of makes sense in a way - he’s cautious but trying to actively reject that exile mindset, remind himself Wilbur is the villain.
And more and more with Ranboo telling Tommy that he thinks Wilbur is turning over a new leaf and Phil welcoming Wilbur back with open arms, this gaslighting is working - Tommy is questioning weather HE’S the one in the wrong, since everyone else around him is acting like everything’s okay.
I’m just saying now that I really really don’t trust Wilbur and am kind of leaning towards the fact that he got in contact with Dream, from their connection in how they’re treating Tommy.
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