He speaks in comic sans and sans serif
>not worth talking to
Genocide path is metal as fuck.
It's unclear exactly if he's even able to at all- there's a lot of evidence that he's able to remember it perfectly, but also evidence that he only remembers the ACT of being reset, not the actual events that transpired.
>Sans will never fully trust Frisk
>Sans will never be your best bud knowing Frisk is a potential timebomb
Feels sad man
He gives you two hamburgers. Sounds good enough to me.
He's a quantum physicist that's aware of your timeline shenanigans- he just doesn't give a fuck because he knows you'll reset everything anyways.
When he realizes that you can actually seriously damage the spacetime continuum, which you do in the Genocide ending, he get's off his ass to stop you.
Undertale threads have been lacking in GLAM recently
There's no other skeletons in the underground except him and Papyrus. They're time lords.
Their time machine is broken right now which is why they're stuck in the underground until you free them.
What's so special about that. The joke is that inside the joke book there's a quantum physics book. And inside that one is a joke book. And inside that one is a quantum physics book. And so on and so on.
He doesn't. He explicitly says that he's just guessing what happened based on the look on your face.
He also explicitly says that he usually doesn't give a shit because he'd have no memory of what happened after you reset everything.
>tries to make anime real
Stay in the dump
Im actually not sure, probably the True Lab.
Shhesh buddy, sounds like you've got a real bone to pick with someone.
Sans never remembers anything, he just can read YOUR reactions really well so he knows when you've already done something before.
Papyrus and Undyne actually do recognize you in a deja-vu kind of way on second playthroughs.
The unique thing about Sans is that if you do a True Reset for some reason he still has the photo of all of you on the surface looking happy. And if you do Genocide after that he still has the photo and knows you used to be friends and tries to get through to that side of you.
any more fanart of Toriel and Sans dating
Also waht happens at the very end if you say you didn't have faith in Toriel's relationship with her ex?
I didn't have the heart to pour salt on his wound
hey i know this isint rreally the goal of the thread, but i saw a piece of fan art for sans where its him holding up frisk by the front of his/her shirt with some spirits floating behind him. does anyone know/have the picture im talking about and mind posting it? pretty please?
Not really, its not really my favorite pairing.
My favorite pairing is Sans x
My understanding was, the same as everyone else does. But he's aware of the resets happening, he has equipment to measure them. He uses this along with context clues from your expression to fake knowledge.
>Also waht happens at the very end if you say you didn't have faith in Toriel's relationship with her ex?
Alphys is like HAHA YEAH YOU'RE RIGHT HONESTLY BUT I CAN STILL SHIP THEM IN MY FANFICS
Gaster is apparently dead from falling/jumping into the CORE, yet people speak of him as if he's some omnipresent entity capable of still understanding and interacting with the world.
Sans says "we" when discussing the distorted timelines that he and another person found.
What if Gaster committed quantum suicide knowing that however improbable, at least one instance of him across all timelines would survive jumping into the CORE and live on to help the Sanses in other timelines?
>that one neutral ending where Sans moves with Toriel to the ruins
>Not "only the dead can know peace from this bad time"
>Ah so you're wearing a "Dusty" tutu?
So there's a "dummied out" character named Gaster. There's only one allusion to him that exists in the vanilla game - the boatman will sometimes say "Beware the man who speaks in hands." Gaster speaks in Wingdings, which uses pictures of hands for several letters. By messing around with a "misspelled" variable in the ini, various NPCs can be made to appear who reference Gaster. He was apparently the royal scientist before Alphys, but he fell into the CORE and was scattered through time and space; people forgot he existed, at least directly. He is apparently aware of the world around him, but unable to interact with it.
Unless you know this already, and are going along with the joke. I typed it out, so I'm going to submit it. Whatever.
>Sans does his best to stop and warn genocide players about what's coming
>they don't listen
>they get their save files permanently ruined for all subsequent playthroughs
Serves em right.
Who /PACIFIST/ here?
He killed six humans. What makes you think they were bad people? Undyne was looking for any human to bring to him, good or bad
And besides, goat mom doesn't approve of any murder, innocent or no.
Sans-basd Undertale discussion is the best, followed by Mettaton discussion
In the pacifist good run, Toriel reveals that
Goatdad could have crossed barrier after first soul if he wanted to, but stayed because he was too scared to kill again and hoped no one else would come
I tried doing one of these. They are meant to look like fuck ups but I think I fucked up how much of a fuck up it should look.
>And besides, goat mom doesn't approve of any murder, innocent or no.
Wrong. She hates Asgore only because he's a coward and didn't cross the barrier when he had 1 human soul to get the remaining 6. I'm pretty sure she expected him to kill to get them.
Toriel brings this up in the true ending: if Asgore was so serious about what he was doing, he'd have killed the first human that fell (post-Chara, of course), absorbed their soul, gone to the surface, killed six more, and then opened the barrier. But he didn't. He decided to keep waiting around underground, keeping monsters wishing for a day that would probably never come AND killing half a dozen humans for no reason. She wanted to remain underground forever rather than kill an innocent, but as far as she was concerned if Asgore wanted a war with humanity so bad he should commit to it. She left him for being a coward.
Toriel has no problems with the human killing.
Her issue is that Asgore would rather wait a long ass time for 7 humans to show up in the underground to kill, rather than just one, using that soul to get himself through the barrier, and take 7 new souls to break it.
He'd rather make everyone wait and hope another human never shows up, so he doesn't have to kill them, than either getting it over with right away, or not killing at all.
His decision is bad for everyone, humans still get killed but the monsters are still stuck in the underground for a long time, because he doesn't have the backbone to either go harvest souls, or tell his people that they shouldnt kill just to escspe to the surface.
So, basically, the guy's a doormat and that makes him a poor ruler, and that's why Toriel left him.
He intentionally made his plan very passive in the hopes that no more humans would fall down. When more humans eventually did fall, he was forced to act on his plan to show the people that he wasn't weakhearted to the enemy
Yes, regrettably. He was torn between not wanting to do it, but believing he had to
If you think goat Toriel was upset because Asgore didn't kill more people, maybe you don't fully understand goat mom
What the fuck is this? This just happened to me on my most recent pacifist playthrough. This has NEVER happened on any other playthrough, this guy has never even been here before.
Toby does a great job of spooking me out with shit like this. I got a weird Flowey message out of nowhere while talking to Echo Flowers on another playthrough too.
Does anyone have that picture where Sans draws eyebrows on his head in blue marker?
No, she makes it clear that she'd rather spend eternity in the Underground than kill an innocent human. But she's disgusted at Asgore for talking about wanting war with humanity while being too cowardly to commit to it.
>Dust on an abandoned piece of clothing that's been there who-knows how long
Is the same as
>Blood, that doesn't naturally accrue over time on a bludgeoning tool
No, you're right; that logic is flawless.
It as more like, he could have gone to the human world after just one soul, and peacefully persuaded humans to give him six more souls, maybe from humans that were already dying, but he was too scared.
Instead he just stayed holed up in his castle, hoping no more humans would fall in, but six more did, and each time he went through the same song and dance he went through with you..
>"It's so nice to meet you"
Except he went through with murdering them, and keeping their souls. With you, you were either too DETERMINED, or he was just so weighed down by his sins he couldn't give you his all.
Sans tells you at the end that you made a snowman very happy. That's it.
Oh, and if you bring it back to the snowman during the epilogue he'll thank you and ask you to bring it to the surface.
I like to think Frisk finds some snow up on the outside of the mountain and uses the piece as a base for a new snowman.
>tfw the time I am having is one without merriment
No, she is angry because he has no backbone. Asgore is pretty much a college student who drop out but doesnt tell everybody and is just waiting for the shit to hit the fan instead of doing something
If they wanted to imply the clothing was old, they could have used any other descriptor.
>dirt covered tutu
>cobweb covered tutu
>partially decomposed tutu
They SPECIFICALLY used dusty because dust is monster blood.
Can't blame him for being scared, apparently humans are ridiculously ultrapowerful compared to monsters. A 7 year old managed to slaughter his entire kingdom. EASILY.
I don't even know if this is ironic or not.
>Flag is chosen in range 1..100 upon naming a character. It is afterwards written to the Fun variable in the undertale.ini file.
weird that it triggered on its own but I honestly figured toby just has some stashed code that randomly changes the requirement to be lowercase fun/changes fun to upper case
From what I've read, the way you go killer in undertale is with the knife.
Sans seems to remember from 'past playthroughs' so, he sees the main character with a knife, and begins to panic.
As someone who is half skeleton I feel pretty offended.
The cowboy and fighter I can definitely understand, the scholar and little girl are easy to justify as just getting lost like the player/Frisk, but what are a fully dressed up ballerina and a chef with a frying pan doing up on a mountain?
I found this one pretty harsh, too
I'm not sure Fun needs to be upper case to WORK, I think it needs to be upper case if you want to cheat and put numbers in yourself.
I got the Wrong Number Song on my very first playthrough.
True, but a monster with a human soul is apparently ridiculously powerful, strong enough that one could have turned the tide of the war all by itself. Since Asgore would have had a human soul... you can do the math.
We have a little bit of skeleton in all of us anon.
If skeletons are furry, then...
>being a tumblr-tier special snowflake who actually thinks he has a skeleton inside him
Fuck off osteofag
>Glove stored away in box
>Notebook from store
>Gun from store
>Frying pan used by Sans in hotdog production
>Knife used for gardening by Asgore
Are you arguing because you like to, too?
Monster + 1 Human Soul = Fuck huge power boost. Asriel, a little kid monster, with one soul could tank the attack of a mob of bloodthirsty humans, and annihilate them all if he wanted to.
Asgore is a boss monster, who is already strong enough to face all but the most genocidal humans and give them a tough fight, even kill them if he's going all out. If he absorbed a single human soul he'd be incredibly powerful. At least enough to dunk six more humans.
Yes they are, they are fanart, and according to the rules, just posting that with no text has no place here, but in /vg/
>b-b-but MGS ;___;
MGS isn't full of furfags circlejerking and posting fanart for the sake of it, they do it, but in their general.
not knowing all the code myself, all I can do is speak in maybes with how fun works
it makes sense because the requirements for the gaster followers are ridiculous, because even if you get that 1:100 fun roll, they're locked behind .1-.2% chances and only after the last boss is dead on pacifist
He plays basketball with you.
And youre the ball.
That's so cute. Fix your registry faget. I am the controller here.
Maybe he's referencing this comic.
>A question about a specific detail specific character
>Video game general
>complete true pacifist
>decide to re-run
>move old files to bin to make sure its clean
>start game name as frisk
>cinnamon or butterscotch
>she asks again but says she may already know
>"it feels like im meeting an old friend again"
>feel shocked and close game
How did she remember what the fuck?
There should be a Sans general.
>Toriel would prefer to be banished to the ruins forever than to willingly kill someone
>Asgore advocated the deaths of all humans who entered the underground, and either directly or indirectly killed six of them
>b-b-but muh furfag circlejerk ;___;
Sorry kid, you have alineated even the mods.
Then mods just don't like furfags, I managed to delete more than 5 Undertale threads in less than 10 minutes so.
he stood on the fence like a wishy washy bitch making everyone suffer. If he had it in him to kill humans at all he should've gone the simpler route and used one soul to leave the barrier and collect souls from shit/dying humans. Come on.
She hates him because when they lost both of their children, he went full "Fuck the humans, RACE WAR NOW." instead of mourning their children. The fact that he reneges once he has a soul instead of following through just made things worse.
Hahahahaha, oh man, he put 'cuck' in the game's title to create a derogatory term for its fans! How hilarious, original, and zany, you really are a card anon. I bet you have tons of friends and get female attention on a regular basis!
Seriously though, how much of an angry faggot does one have to be to go into a thread, bitch at the people in it, and admit to reporting posts to get other threads taken down? I'd say something about you having a stick in your ass but clearly it's an entire fucking tree up there.
>making everyone suffer
I dunno, the monsters seemed pretty chill underground. I mean, sure, they'd prefer to be free to roam the surface, but it's not like they're in hell or anything.
Unless you make it into a hell.
Only because everyone else is even worse or doesn't have enough characterization.
Alphys is shit, Papyrus is his brother, Undyne is a dyke and mentally unstable, the kings a dumbass and Metatron is a robot.
Yes I want fanfare, I went through all this shit to be a dick at the last possible moment, you better fucking believe I want something better than a small child crying, I can get that shit without having to play a game for hours first.
>her mind snaps in half when you backstab her
You know, people kept saying how being able to save Asriel would ruin the impact of the story on the player but I gotta admit, even if I could save him, I would still probably choke up a bit of having to say goodbye to all of these characters who have grown on me
Shit, Asgore, Toriel, Asriel and Frisk could be one big happy family, and I'd probably still tear up just a bit when I hear Last Goodbye
Ayyyy! I think that's mine. Have the sequel if you don't already.
He is either a bona fide time traveler or has an acute perception of what happened at the other time lines, at least as strong as that of the other characters(who have a vague impression of deja vu when you you meet them on a non clean file)
How can you not like them together. They have chemistry.
But I do feel really bad after hearing the story on what a lovey dovey couple Asgore and Toriel were
It tears me apart
Doing another pacifist run and I don't recall Sans saying these lines when I solved the puzzle in my previous run.
>responding to bait and shitposting
Don't let this thread die like this
someone explain the difference between chara and frisk to me
the person you name in the beginning is not the person you playgot the pacifist ending and all, but still confused on a few things
>Permanently ruin future playthroughs
Not sure I like the sound of this kind of game mechanic. If there were save slots, and all future playthroughs on a single slot got tainted I'd find that neato at least.
>beat game on pacifist
>I'm not the player character
>go back and speak with asriel
>apparently I was an asshole
>do two consecutive genocide runs to see if the ending changes
It's a clue about sans personality. You only see the joke book in neutral or pacifist, as far as I'm aware; in Genocide runs sans tells you directly he's aware of resets and can move through space to a limited degree.
Had it pretty much spot on. He's aware that there are resets, but he can't really pull distinct memories to mind or recall exact events. If he could, then it wouldn't really be that bad - he could basically continue Gaster's work and try to solve the question of why the resets occur and all sorts of other time and space-related shit. Because he can't remember what he's learned from other timelines, however, there's no point; anything he learns will be forgotten and he'll be set back at point A. It's why he just chills with his brother all day, because everything else is futile.
In real life, most dust is either human skin cells or meteorites. If monsters fucking explode into dust that flies everywhere, then that shit is gonna collect on something at some point
The game keeps track if you beat it or not. Even doing the same run twice has slightly different dialogue. According to game lore only Sans and Flowey should know if you're on a second run.
I wonder if Asgore remembers how many times he killed you in a previous playthrough though.
Chara was the child that fell in 201X. He was adopted by Asgore and Toriel, and raised as a brother to Asriel, and you know the rest. After death, he lives on as a kind of devil figure. He's the embodiment of your gamer id, the part of you that likes seeing your stats grow. In the genocide path, he takes over Frisk's soul.
Frisk is the guy you play as. He's a pretty decent guy.
He definitely doesn't time travel. When you fight him and lose to him the dialogue before you refight him says "that expression... that's the look of someone who's died x times" and eventually he can't tell anymore. He's just making educated guesses.
More proof of that is when you
geeettttt dunked on!!!he states that frisk looks really pissed off and asks you "did I getcha?" in the following fight.
>Stop making one thread after another as if this was a general, dipshit.
>stop discussing a game that isn't even a month old repeatedly as if it's 'popular'
Leave the thread if you're really that upset. You have absolutely nothing to gain being in this thread.
No, he's right - when Asriel died, Asgore told all the monsters he would destroy all humans. Toriel became disgusted and left. Afterwards he calmed down and sulked, secretly wishing more humans wouldn't come and force him to make good on his word/promise to his people.
Sans is only suspicious. You beat that puzzle immediately. You turn around and shake his hand before he even tells you to turn around. You act like you've seen it all, done it all before.
But he does not know. Only Flowey does, because he has determination. Sans doesn't have any determination at all.
If you had to date one of them for real and not as a joke date, would you date Papyrus or Sans?
Nothing was outright stated about him. He's mysterious as all hell.
What I found most interesting was his talking to Frisk at the diner. Something like the fact that he can sure as hell relate to Frisk "wanting to go back home".
He's no normal monster, that's certain.
I have noticed several differences, even when I did my genocide run previously Flowey hinted at it this time around. Didn't realize the detail of Sans dialog changed this erratically during another pacifist run.
The point is to try and point out that as the player doing multiple runs, you think you're above the consequences of the game.
So toby makes the game remember that you went full genocide in all future playthroughs.
It's a really neat idea, but it does actually seem a bit annoying practically.
>the character who would be the antagonist if Flowey didn't exist
She is one of the biggest monsters in the entire game.
>forcing others through gauntlets or pain and suffering to inflate her sense of self-importance
>created several abominations of science and then tried to cover them up
You can "fix" her personality problems, but she had done so much to hurt others she should have been put down.
You're the player character. Looking in mirrors on Pacifist/Neutral runs gives you messages like, "It's you!" "Still just you!", etc; whereas on Genocide, it says, "It's me, Chara". At the start you're naming "the Fallen Child," which was Chara.
Chara is buried under that tree in the ruins where all the leaves immediately die.
Chara - The first fallen child, Asriel's adopted brother. Was an awful and rude person. Intentionally killed themselves to try and restart the war of Humans vs Monsters. This is the one you are naming in the beginning of the game.
Frisk - The 7th fallen child into Undertale. This is the character you are controlling. If you go the genocide route, it is heavily implied (not proved to be canon, though) that Frisk is at one point possessed by Chara's SOUL.
Here ya go.
Ignore the filename.
Genocide path spoilers.
Chara is Asriel's best friend/the first child who fell. He hates humanity and is kind of an asshole. He poisoned himself with buttercup flowers so that Asriel would absorb his soul, become all powerful and allow him to take control of Asriel from within and tear shit up. The plan failed when Asriel resisted and both of them died. Chara's body was moved by Toriel to the ruins and his essence/spirit/soul whatever seems to linger there. When Frisk (the character you're controlling all this time) fell, Chara attempts to possess Frisk and whether if he's successful depends on your actions. (Genocide/Pacifist)
Towards the end of genocide, Chara will be revealed as the manifestation of your desire to kill things and become stronger at all costs in RPGs, however that works.
>mfw even if you escape Chara in Undertale, you can't escape Chara in other games because they don't usually give you the option to play pacifist and encourage you to become as strong as possible
>Looking in mirrors on Pacifist/Neutral runs gives you messages like, "It's you!" "Still just you!", etc
Don't forget my personal favorite:
>Despite everything, it's still you.
Also Chara isn't buried under the tree. He's buried under the patch of flowers where he (and you) first fell.
Papyrus is dumb as a rock but that's his charm.
sans would disappear constantly during the date, probably "to the bathroom," but you know he'd be off somewhere with his trombone. Papyrus is best skeleton.
He knows about it, because of what he has in his room, but he doesn't perceive it. You and Flowey do, your memories stay constant because of Determination.
Sans has none, so when a reset happens, his memory gets wiped, and the new Sans is basically a different person.
It is implied a lot of them are unhappy. The best way to describe their existence is stagnant. Most people you talk to are somewhat bored of how things work down there. Some of them are just flat up desperate to leave and are hoping Asgore hurries the fuck up, such as Burgerpants.
It's not exactly him saying that he's disgusted, he just says that you have a perverted sentimentality towards the game and suggests you should do another route.
This of course is to remind the player that their actions have consequences once you end up doing a Soulless True Pacifist Run
Papyrus is more blinded by his ego than just plain dumb. He sets up the date between you and Undyne, decides that you should deliver Undyne's letter Alphys, and is, according to Undyne, an extremely powerful fighter. He's just too nice to actually kill anything.
I just beat the game...I didn't kill anyone or anything. I'm so fucking happy. I don't want to reset...I don't want everyone to be unhappy again. What happens if I do? What does the mystery key do? Where does that door in the cliff area of Snowedin lead to?
I like the idea of the game remembering things for future playthroughs. That seems great. I just don't like the idea of it tainting all possible saves for the game. Creator should have put in save profiles.
I haven't played the game yet. I'm guessing it only has a minor affect on things, some minor dialogue changes. Still a bit silly to me though.
All right, I've become friends with Undyne+Papyrus, gone on break with Sans and am now just at Mettaton's quiz show. What else do I need for true pacifist (I already beat the game once as well)?
Ill just post the remaining pages for you.
Kill everything in the RUINS until the encounter screens come up blank. Kill Toriel.
It's technically not a genocide run until you kill Mettaton; before that you can deviate by sparing people and not be locked in. If you kill Mettaton and every monster leading up to him, you're gonna have a bad time.
I lost to him just to get the note where he asks you not to escape without telling him because he was worried sick.
someone post the image set of Papyrus vomiting grease onto sans.
Door in the Snowedin cliff is an easter egg that only opens if you flawless the credits minigame. It contains a dog that apparently shitposts on the internet a lot. Nothing special or important.
But yeah, I haven't played it since finishing True Pacifist either.
>He thinks he ought to be above consequences
I like how Papyrus is so likeable that even Flowey says he's one of the better characters and is generally nice to him.
After beating Mettaton, go back to the hotel and Undyne will call you, roll with that.
After you finish the True Lab completely, you'll have the true pacifist ending. You'll know because you
won't fight Asgore
sans knows quantum physics and how different timelines work due to someone having the ability to save and once he realized everything can be reset he just quit putting an effort in
Wait, when does Flowey say he's nice to him?
Feels good man. My friend took this picture for me yesterday. Took me 23 hours, but 100 percented this gem.
She is a nurse now.
Sorry, I meant to say, "How do I get myself to start a genocide play through?".
>Undyne says Papyrus is freakishly strong
>Undyne herself is probably THE most badass/determined monster, so this is high praise
>In your fight he only has 5 ATK and 5 DEF
>Pretty low compared to later monsters, which makes sense since he's an early encounter
>yfw this means Papyrus probably has a strong DETERMINED mode like Undyne and Sans but you never get to see it because he's too nice and believes in you too much
So was the chick from Misery.
>ending the game on genocide run
>not doing genocide, deleting your appdata folder, then doing true pacifist so all the characters can live happily ever after in your save
Don't. One or two extra arbitrary fights aren't worth murdering everyone for no reason.
I went past Papyrus and Sans (the part where Papyrus confuses a rock for a human) and heckled the joking enemy afterwards. I decided I should have laughed and reset.
When I went through the scene again, Papyrus and Sans talk about the fact that the human they're looking at looks so familiar.
The weird thing is, this was my second pacifist playthrough, and Papyrus and Sans didn't mention I looked familiar until I reset in the second playthrough.
It was odd. But now I want to reset after every major encounter just to spot the differences.
Remember that up until Asgore, you can reset. So long as one monster remains alive, you won't be forced to sell your soul to retry.
Of course, you DO want to do a soulless pacifist playthrough, right?
/r/ing the picture of hot coldman with all his different names
>one scene altered slightly
Why are pure pacifist players so autistic?