November 18, 2019
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If you’ve been a part of the Eddsworld community
for any amount of time, you’ve probably realised that there’s more to this show
then it may first appear. Though the main goal of Eddsworld was always
comedy, the team has been able to do so much more with the show, from huge multi-episode story arcs to questions
that have been straight up unanswered. Though I’ve done my fair share of speculation
in the past, this show is being discussed all over the internet, and some of the theories that I’ve read
are truly mind-blowing. Here are two theories I came across when browsing
the web They aren’t my own, but I thought I could
shed light on them and expand them in my own way. I’ll leave the link to each of these in
the description bellow. If all goes well then, I might do more theory
showcases like this in the future. I’m not going to say that these are 100%
correct, that’s why they’re called theories, but I do think it’s fun to look at these
episodes in a new and interesting way. Also if you don’t know anything about Red
Leader or the Red army, then hae a read of this, it’s quite important for understanding
both of these. This first theory is one that was brought to
my attention in the comment section of one of my own videos, but I’ve found variations of this theory
all over the internet. The earliest example of this theory I could find was actually under Reddit thread on The End Part 1, back when it was first released. And it attempts to answer the question: why
did Tord become so evil? When you go back to the original episodes,
it was always obvious that Tord was always more violent than the others, but there was never anything about Tord which
was inherently evil. What made him decide to join the Red Army
in the first place other then perhaps a mild obsession with firearms? Well, what if the Tord we see in The End is one of the clones from Spares who went
rogue? Think back to that episode. There several reject clones who did not match
the thinking and personality of the original four including a Tord who would solve everything
with guns. Though they seemed normal on the outside,
there were oftentimes defects that separated them from their original versions. Though you could say that they were all killed
in the final battle, one of the Matt clones was actually able to survive, and the gang could not tell witch one was
which. Also… THERE WERE FOUR MILLION OF THEM. So it’s entirely possible that at least
one or two of them survived. Some versions of this theory also note that
Tord acts differently in The End, acting cold heartedly and emotionless when he first meets
Edd. Tord also has this strange bandage on his
chin which he doesn’t have in his original disign this may be also a hint that he was not who
he seemed. I have one final thing to add to this theory. I have not been keeping up with the Beginning
and the Friend comic strip, so this may be entirely incorrect, and have no grounding
whatsoever but imagine if this came into the comic as
a twist ending. If the real Tord came back in the last few
editions and revealed that Red Leader was a clone the entire time. Then he could lead a rebellion against the
Red Army or something, I think it would be pretty cool At the very least, this theory gives us a fun new way to look at these two fantastic episodes This second theory is my take on an Amino
post I saw a while back from a user called Dream Time. And it explains how the Red Army were able
to take over the world. If you watch The Snogre, you’ll notice that
the radioactive material that Paul and Patrick are carrying has the ability to turn people
into zombies. This chemical actually implied spill is implied
to be the catalyst for the episode Fun Dead. But then in Fun Dead, after the incident,
we see the Red Army fighting off zombies. But the news refers to them as… Vigilantes. As in heroes. But this makes no sense. Paul, Patrick, and Tord were the ones who
were carrying this toxic waste to begin with. If anything, the plan was to create the zombies,
but now they were attempting to control them? Why would the news think that these guys were
heroes? Unless that’s what they wanted them to think. Maybe the plan all along was to start a zombie
apocalypse and pretend to be the ones to save the day If they were able to control the outbreak
in such a way that they could bring a peaceful end to it, then they would be the saviours of
the world. The heroes of the moment. Creating a problem and sell the solution. That’s the Apple way of doing things and
they’re doing pretty well if you ask me. And once the Red Army are crowned as heroes,
they could use their influence and respect to rise to a position of power. This was also the plan of Syndrome in the
Incredibles; creating that Giant-Robot-Octopus thing and then pretending to be a hero so that everyone
liked him. Now, you may ask what the Red Army has that
the regular army doesn’t. And the answer to that is the Red Army have A GIANT ROBOT [EVANGELION INTENSIFIES] So yeah, The
Red Army’s plan all along might have been to take over the world by first gaining the trust of the masses and
then pretending to save the world from zombies. Then again, there are other things The Red
Army could “beat” in order to win trust. Something bigger than a whole load of zombies. Say for example, a monster? Perhapse even, a demon Monster? Makes you think doesn’t it.

Tony wyaad

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