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Gravity Falls: Pythagorean Thoughts

Gravity Falls: Pythagorean Thoughts

by Lutias Kokopelli
The story officially starts on July 12, 2012, as Dipper faces a Bill-possessed Mabel on top of the Electron Carpet. At first glance it appears to be a Permabipper-AU or somewhat-Transcendence-AU inspired story, but little details here and there will show you that something deeper is going on; or rather, was going on at a certain point; before the comic even started. Why was Dipper living in the carpet room? Why didn’t he throw the carpet away? Was the carpet accident actually Bill’s real plan? Why did Dipper and Mabel seem so distant? Who the heck is William? As the story goes forward, the reader is invited to both enjoy the story, and look for the little puzzle pieces that are scattered in plain sight so they can reconstruct what really happened so the events could ever lead to the comic’s whereabouts; a little like how things happened during the run of our favorite show :>

Story & Lineart by Lutias Kokopelli
Colors & Shading by CrypticMaze (& Lutias Kokopelli occasionally)
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Gravity Falls: Pythagorean Thoughts

The story officially starts on July 12, 2012, as Dipper faces a Bill-possessed Mabel on top of the Electron Carpet. At first glance it appears to be a Permabipper-AU or somewhat-Transcendence-AU inspired story, but little details here and there will show you that something deeper is going on; or rather, was going on at a certain point; before the comic even started. Why was Dipper living in the carpet room? Why didn’t he throw the carpet away? Was the carpet accident actually Bill’s real plan? Why did Dipper and Mabel seem so distant? Who the heck is William? As the story goes forward, the reader is invited to both enjoy the story, and look for the little puzzle pieces that are scattered in plain sight so they can reconstruct what really happened so the events could ever lead to the comic’s whereabouts; a little like how things happened during the run of our favorite show :>

Story & Lineart by Lutias Kokopelli
Colors & Shading by CrypticMaze (& Lutias Kokopelli occasionally)

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@Allieluigico: To her defense, it's much harder to figure out what is going on when you have absolutely no clue leading to it and that you don't even suspect that anything is supposed to be wrong in the first place. Bill was actually not too bad at pretending to be Dipper for the majority of the scene, after all.

The fact that the audience knows the truth doesn't mean that the characters, even the main ones, should know it as soon as the audience does. Bill made sure that Mabel wouldn't tell anyone, and neither Wendy nor Soos are psychic.
It's about time she figured it out.
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