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Did Galieo steal Pirate Beard's ship in Dtl TNC


Maybe that is why he is absent in the game?

When The Raposa Village loses its colour the remainning villagers run to the dock to board Pirate Beard's ship and get away.. buts its been stolen....

The Creator sends The Turtle Rock to save them.

What if Galieo took the ship and sailed away? That's why its not there?

Write your thoughts.

Architect-visionary (Talk)


Galileo foresaw Wilfre's return in the stars, and stole the pirates' ship to escape before everything went down... xD

Maybe Mya and all the other villagers absent in TNC went with him.


BreGee (Talk)


Makes you wonder though... If Galileo knew of Wilfre's return beforehand, then why did they leave the rest of the main cast behind?


Touli (Talk)


BreGee wrote:
 Makes you wonder though... If Galileo knew of Wilfre's return beforehand, then why did they leave the rest of the main cast behind?

He didn't know. Its just the colour began to fade so he ran away to the ship and took it away


Architect-visionary (Talk)


BreGee wrote:
 Makes you wonder though... If Galileo knew of Wilfre's return beforehand, then why did they leave the rest of the main cast behind?

Galileo knew that if Mari came along Wilfre would follow them, so in order to just stay out of DTL:TNC altogether, they couldn't let Raposa Who Would Tell Mari know. This includes Jowee and most of the other longtime villagers.


BreGee (Talk)


Architect-visionary wrote:
 Makes you wonder though... If Galileo knew of Wilfre's return beforehand, then why did they leave the rest of the main cast behind?
Galileo knew that if Mari came along Wilfre would follow them, so in order to just stay out of DTL:TNC altogether, they couldn't let Raposa Who Would Tell Mari know. This includes Jowee and most of the other longtime villagers.

That would make sense! ...For the most part.

The only thing I'm wondering is if he brought all of the generic characters with him. If yes, then he took all the RapoKids as well. Umong these RapoKids, is Farmer Brown's son. If all of this were true, then Galileo took Farmer Brown's child without permision. ...Maybe I'm thinking too deeply into this...


Touli (Talk)


No he didn't know that the colour would fade, its just when it did he decided to go to the ship and sail it away for his own safety. He wasn't planning on doing so, its just when it happened he ran away when he found out.


Touli (Talk)


I'd like to think he ran and took the absent villagers with him. So that means all those Raposa are safe onboard the ship, then they sailed away. Halfway through the ride they were like.

"hey why's everyone suddenly just dissapearing...... what the heck the whole world is fading WHAT WHY IS THIS HAPPENING-"

So when Mike woke up they were probably scared.. VERY scared XD.


BreGee (Talk)


Touli wrote:
 I'd like to think he ran and took the absent villagers with him. So that means all those Raposa are safe onboard the ship, then they sailed away. Halfway through the ride they were like.

"hey why's everyone suddenly just dissapearing...... what the heck the whole world is fading WHAT WHY IS THIS HAPPENING-"

So when Mike woke up they were probably scared.. VERY scared XD.

That would make sense. The only thing I'm wondering is how did he take all of those villagers with him without anyone noticing?


Touli (Talk)


When Mari and Jowee go out to look for Heather, notice how none of those villagers are present. The scene also does not take place in the area of the village Galieio lives, the observatory, the forest part of the village.

And none of the villagers are in the area the main cast are.....

This stays the same when the village loses colour.

Therefore I would suggest that becasue they are absent in these scenes, they are in the forest gate side of the village at the time, yes all of them. Well they weren't there so where else would they be?

Also one thing I'm sure we can agree on, is that we cannot confirm whether or not the Raposa generic characters went with Galieo when he sailed away on the ship. But one thing I'm sure we can agree on is that *Galieo* pirated the ship and took it away. Maybe by himself, maybe with the villagers, the evidence points to that this theory is correct: Galieo did steal Pirate Beard's ship and sail off.

The further question we cannot say yes or no to is whether anyone else came with him. Though seeing as none of the generic Raposa are present throughout the entire game, lets remember that the generic Raposa make up the majority of the Raposa village, so we do have to question why they weren't there at the begginning of the game.

Though I would probably at least say that Galieo's family probably went with him.


BreGee (Talk)


Touli wrote:
 When Mari and Jowee go out to look for Heather, notice how none of those villagers are present. The scene also does not take place in the area of the village Galieio lives, the observatory, the forest part of the village.

And none of the villagers are in the area the main cast are.....

This stays the same when the village loses colour.

Therefore I would suggest that becasue they are absent in these scenes, they are in the forest gate side of the village at the time, yes all of them. Well they weren't there so where else would they be?

Also one thing I'm sure we can agree on, is that we cannot confirm whether or not the Raposa generic characters went with Galieo when he sailed away on the ship. But one thing I'm sure we can agree on is that *Galieo* pirated the ship and took it away. Maybe by himself, maybe with the villagers, the evidence points to that this theory is correct: Galieo did steal Pirate Beard's ship and sail off.

The further question we cannot say yes or no to is whether anyone else came with him. Though seeing as none of the generic Raposa are present throughout the entire game, lets remember that the generic Raposa make up the majority of the Raposa village, so we do have to question why they weren't there at the begginning of the game.

Though I would probably at least say that Galieo's family probably went with him.

I imagine one would take their family to safety during an event like that. That makes sense. As for where all the 'generics' were, I can't say. They would have to be somewhere that the main cast isn't located (during the actual game). So the only places I could think of them being are A: The Forest Gate, B:Hiding in their houses/any other hiding place, C: The Beach Gate (while the main cast isn't there) D:With Galileo on the ship, E: The Snow Gate F:The Village entrance, G: Wilfre already found them, and kidnapped them, or maybe H:The City Gate

That is all I can think of for now...



Touli (Talk)


Well overall, the question was: Did Galieo steal Pirate Beard's ship in Drawn to life: The Next Chapter and escape the village on it due to the colour erasing from Wilfre?

The evidence points to this:

Yes Galieo did steal the ship and sail off to escape the colour losing village.

So for now we can end the debate regarding Galieo. This is because all the evidence shows that Galieo did escape upon Pirate Beard's ship. So until anyone can provide any points to believe that he didn't, for now the debate is over with "yes Galieo stole Pirate Beard's ship and escaped on it".

Thread finished.



Manere (Talk)


*I'm not late to this.*

I always just thought that most of them simply died out when the color was drained. I mean, Galileo wasn't young by any means so he could have just died in the village. I'm having a hard time imagining that all of the generic Raposa would go with him otherwise. (the children especially, who would want to cling to family in an emergency.)

Nobody on Turtlerock seems to react much either, maybe because of stress, but you'd expect more of a reaction. I'm thinking something else must have happened before DTL2 that lowered the Village's numbers. Maybe Farmer Brown's son left the village to start his life, or Indee's son went on an adventure or moved out? Maybe the shadow cleared and most of the generic characters moved back into village areas within the gates? (There were houses in RapoCity and Banya Fields, for example.)

I don't know why the boat would be gone, but it's possible that Wilfre destroyed it to stop them from leaving. He covered the bridge in the first game, and seeing how much of an issue the villagers caused for him then, it'd make sense for him to try to lower their numbers further and stop them from leaving as much as he possibly could.

Would that tiny boat actually hold everyone, anyway? I mean, Turtlerock is huge in comparison and less Raposa reside on it.


Touli (Talk)


Manere wrote:
 *I'm not late to this.*

I always just thought that most of them simply died out when the color was drained. I mean, Galileo wasn't young by any means so he could have just died in the village. I'm having a hard time imagining that all of the generic Raposa would go with him otherwise. (the children especially, who would want to cling to family in an emergency.)

Nobody on Turtlerock seems to react much either, maybe because of stress, but you'd expect more of a reaction. I'm thinking something else must have happened before DTL2 that lowered the Village's numbers. Maybe Farmer Brown's son left the village to start his life, or Indee's son went on an adventure or moved out? Maybe the shadow cleared and most of the generic characters moved back into village areas within the gates? (There were houses in RapoCity and Banya Fields, for example.)

I don't know why the boat would be gone, but it's possible that Wilfre destroyed it to stop them from leaving. He covered the bridge in the first game, and seeing how much of an issue the villagers caused for him then, it'd make sense for him to try to lower their numbers further and stop them from leaving as much as he possibly could.

Would that tiny boat actually hold everyone, anyway? I mean, Turtlerock is huge in comparison and less Raposa reside on it.

As I have said, its hard to know if the generics survived but we have already proven that Galieo did. The conclusion the evidence leads to is that Galileo escaped, maybe the generics didn't, but its most likely Galileo escaped because that's what the evidence shows.



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