Fantage Conspiracy (Q-Blast)


Adding on to Cloud’s prediction of Fantage being our future…

Now we have robots and aliens fighting each other!

Excerpt by Mmchan:

Once fragments of the truth is unearthed, there is no stopping. The Fantage conspiracy. When the world develops into a seemingly simple virtual game, there will be no hope left for humanity. Countless lives will be lost as we fight to the death in a generated warzone… but lives won’t be worth anything. Friendships are nothing. Everything is mechanical, a machine that can be fixed. Reviving Fantagians. Robots, another name for Besties. Nothing is natural. We are all machines, virtual, and emotionless. Born to fight, and die. And live to fight again and again, in an unending battle…

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There’s a lab and everything.  You turn into a fighting machine and kill people.

Well, I guess we’re going to war, too.  Hmm… winning battles helps you level up,… well, I guess it’s worth the sacrifice of your bodies and souls.

Ok, that’s a bit extreme.  But hey, apparently we can revive people in the future.

 

24 thoughts on “Fantage Conspiracy (Q-Blast)

  1. And some people say that Donald Trump will cause World War 3…
    and if Fantage is our future, then that means we’ll have WW3 since robots and random animal thing people cookies are murdering each other…
    Coincidence? I think not…

    1. Q-Blast has 6 letters
      Robot has 5 letters
      6×5=30
      The first map on Q-Blast is Bakery. Bakery has 6 letters.
      30/6=5
      You can play a game with 2 people.
      5-2=3
      A triangle has 3 sides
      And what do robots blink with?
      Their eyes.
      Which also happens to fit inside the triangle.
      The maximum number of people you can play in a game is 6 people.
      How many rounds can you play until your eyes get tired? about 3.
      666.
      Illuminati confirmed…

  2. Once fragments of the truth is unearthed, there is no stopping. The Fantage conspiracy. When the world develops into a seemingly simple virtual game, there will be no hope left for humanity. Countless lives will be lost as we fight to the death in a generated warzone… but lives won’t be worth anything. Friendships are nothing. Everything is mechanical, a machine that can be fixed. Reviving Fantagians. Robots, another name for Besties. Nothing is natural. We are all machines, virtual, and emotionless. Born to fight, and die. And live to fight again and again, in an unending battle…
    (What the heck did I just write? Maybe I should submit this to Anna’s writing contest on BRD… :P)

  3. At least darn pixels won’t die. Wait, those robots n aliens are pixels too….
    Let me rephrase: At least pixelled people without noses won’t die.
    //stalks others’ comments
    //sees a stunning one:
    “Q-Blast has 6 letters
    Robot has 5 letters
    6×5=30
    The first map on Q-Blast is Bakery. Bakery has 6 letters.
    30/6=5
    You can play a game with 2 people.
    5-2=3
    A triangle has 3 sides
    And what do robots blink with?
    Their eyes.
    Which also happens to fit inside the triangle.
    The maximum number of people you can play in a game is 6 people.
    How many rounds can you play until your eyes get tired? about 3.
    666.
    Illuminati confirmed…”

    //after a lot of scrolling

    //and more scrolling

    //dies

      1. hehe
        //picks up cloud
        //dusts her so the dust from the ground after rolling on the floor fades away (does dust fade? idk what it does)
        //smiles

      1. THEN AGAIN THAT’S YOUTUBE WE’RE TALKING ABOUT
        yeah..it is weird and stupid and downright regular and normal in Fantage logic…do not question it…human minds behind pixels are far too stupid to understand it.

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