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What was he doing?Edit

The article says "Colonel Candy Corn is seen training the Banana Guards through a miniature figure role-playing game, notable through various games such as the Warhammer franchise." Was he training them or just napping and letting them play a game? Dream Focus 18:32, August 8, 2014 (UTC)

Made a minor edit in the episodes connection page. Previously, it failed to mention the first episode in which peppermint buttler used dark magic " Death in Bloom" —Preceding unsigned comment added by Crazychef (talkcontribs)

Please remember to sign your posts with four tildes (~~~~).Heeeeeeeeeeeere's JOHNNY !!! Ugly Monster 00:04, August 11, 2014 (UTC)

Trivia addition: Car plates Edit

Peacemaster's car plates have a word "MIR" on them, which is Serbian/Croatian word for peace.


Revalin (talk) 13:11, August 12, 2014 (UTC)

I appologise if I'm breaking AdventureTime wiki convention as this is my first post, but I think this is the place to have the discussion. It might be important to note in cultural references that this entire episode had a warhammer 40k theme to it.

Additional context:

- Peace Master seems to be based after an imperial inquisitor of the Ordo Hereticus (witch hunters, seen http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Ordo_Hereticus). Peppermint butler being portrayed as the "heretic psyker (basically a wizard of chaos)" which he is hunting.

- Peppermint butler when attacking peacemaster from his mind calls "light of the thermus reveal my nemesis, and in the fold of horus...". In warhammer 40k horus is known as the "Arch Traitor" and the primarchs betrayl lead to the disasterous civil war known as the "Horus Heresy". Many heretics worship horus as a god in replace of the God Emperor of Man.

- As already mentioned the banana guard are playing a tabletop with vehicle miniatures (40k is more likely than fasntasy warhammer, the miniatures do not resemble a warmachine miniature I can think of).

- Peace Master throws a scroll at peppermint butler stunning him, this resembles the purity seals, that decorate the various weapons, armour, and machinery of the Imperium, keeping the wielder, and machine spirits, safe from the temptations of chaos. see http://wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Purity_seal

- The machine that the donut (cannot remember his name off the top of my head) creats is reminiscent of greenskin technology. What this means is the technology shouldn't work from a scientific or engineering point, but it works because enough people believe it works (this sounds dumb, and it is, but it's the only way the orks could achieve space travel. get a pipe, cover the end, put a gattling gun at the other end for propulsion, tell your buddies it works, they trust you, and fly into space on your piece of junk).

Bruine (talk) 06:04, January 29, 2017 (UTC)

Bruine

If you feel this is correct add it to the article, if someone disagrees there will be a discussion about it. It sounds a little speculative to me though with the greenskin tech part. ShinxƒelinoelScraft 06:18, January 29, 2017 (UTC)