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Wendy is finally deposed as the Princess after it's discovered that Stray Dog was a lie in order to control the Aristocrats, based on Gregory Wilson and newspapers about a serial killer. Wendy disappears entirely, and without a leader, the orphans begin violently fighting with each other, which causes the orphan's adult caretakers to mysteriously disappear. The Aristocrats approach Jennifer in the hope that she would replace Wendy as their leader and bring order back to the club, but before Jennifer can decline the offer, the girls notice Wendy approaching the orphanage and leave to go turn her away. Shortly afterward Jennifer hears screaming from outside, and discovers the Prince leading a monster appearing to be Stray Dog. The Prince approaches Jennifer and reveals that he is actually Wendy in disguise. Unknown to the orphans, Wendy had gone to live with Gregory by disguising herself as his son Joshua, and used the disguise to torture Gregory into becoming Stray Dog. She then ordered him to kill all of the Aristocrats out of revenge. After the massacre of the orphans, Wendy regretfully confesses that she had Brown killed out of jealousy. Wendy pleads with Jennifer to stop Gregory, and gives Jennifer the stolen gun. In a moment of lucidity Gregory then asks 'Joshua' to give him back his gun, and Gregory shoots himself with it.
This decision led to the concept of \"a game surrounding childhood and children,\" but from both viewpoints to show how children and adults can find the other one terrifying, with a primary focus on the adult's perspective. Though the game has garnered comparisons with William Golding's 1954 allegorical novel Lord of the Flies, the developers did not draw inspiration from it, instead focusing on the \"mysterious and misunderstood\" nature of girls. The story formed through trial and error as the developers figured out how to create a sense of fear, ultimately adding the children's secret society, the Red Crayon Aristocrats. They also included Brown as a way to balance Jennifer's \"helpless and unhappy\" personality and make the game more enjoyable. Because of budget and time problems, the combat system was left a little rough.
Punchline included several themes in Rule of Rose, with the primary one being \"intimate relationships between all people\". A major theme in the game is the difference between a child's and an adult's way of thinking, and how children might treat adults if they were given power over them. Players are helpless to prevent their adult player character from being bullied by the children. Another theme is how attachment \"to one thing can bring out the worst in people.\"
European Union justice minister Franco Frattini attacked the game as containing \"obscene cruelty and brutality.\" He also called for changes to the PEGI rating system in place across Europe and for government officials to engage in discussions with industry representatives. Frattini received a letter from Viviane Reding, commissioner for the information society and media, who criticized his actions: \"It is...very unfortunate that my services were not pre-consulted before your letter to the Ministers of Interior was sent out,\" reminding him of the commission-backed self-regulating ratings system called PEGI that has operated across the European Union since 2003. The PEGI system of classification, according to Reding's letter, offers \"informed adult choice\" without censoring content: \"This is in line with the Commission's view that measures taken to protect minors and human dignity must be carefully balanced with the fundamental right to freedom of expression as laid down in the Charter on Fundamental Rights of the European Union.\" On March 7, 2007, a group of Member of the European Parliaments presented a Motion for a European Parliament resolution on a ban on the sale and distribution in Europe of the game and the creation of a 'European Observatory on childhood and minors'. The game was further suggested to be banned for sale in France, and to be kept from the public in Poland. At this time, the game had not yet been released in Europe; the public officials suggesting that Rule of Rose be banned had not played the game, only having read about its alleged content or seen the trailer.
In a retrospective article on survival horror games, GamePro's Michael Cherdchupan listed Rule of Rose as one of the classics of the genre, writing that the game was a work of art that lingered long after playing through; he praised it for its delicate handling of its subject matter and Jennifer's journey as she processes her trauma. IGN listed Rule of Rose as one of the worst horror games created after 2000. While enjoying the \"refreshingly adult take on sexual awakening and repressed memories that's consistently unsettling without ever resorting to cheap shock tactics,\" it criticized the game's \"totally broken\" combat and \"thoroughly excruciating\" backtracking, controls, and camera angles.
Eugene Harold Krabs, more commonly known as Mr. Krabs (born November 30, 1942 or September 25, 1960), is one of the ten main characters in the SpongeBob SquarePants franchise. He is a miserly red crab who lives in an anchor with his daughter, Pearl, who is a young whale. He is the owner and founder of the Krusty Krab restaurant as well as the employer of both SpongeBob and Squidward.
In a 2005 interview with the magazine Starlog, Brown described his work on SpongeBob as a \"whole other career\" compared to his live-action roles. Brown's other acting projects have brought some guest actors onto SpongeBob SquarePants, including Dennis Quaid, whose work with Brown on The Express: The Ernie Davis Story led to his selection as a guest star for the episode \"Grandpappy the Pirate.\"
Despite his cruel and money-grubbing behavior, Mr. Krabs is not completely heartless. He has apologized and shown regret for his actions on occasion, and he does care for Pearl, going to great lengths to acquire food for her in \"Growth Spout\" and in \"Bossy Boots,\" he makes Pearl manager and gets heartbroken having to fire her, asking SpongeBob to do it in his place. In \"Pearl Wants to Be a Star,\" he dances to Pearl's song and congratulates her after the performance. Despite his somewhat abusive treatment of SpongeBob and Squidward, he does care for and appreciate them, as the two help keep his restaurant afloat. He has also stated that he wouldn't stoop so low as to physically abuse them, as shown in \"Selling Out.\" In \"Krusty Love,\" Krabs finds his second love after money: Mrs. Puff, and they are still dating to this day. Also, in \"Best Day Ever,\" when SpongeBob is sad, he actually uses his money to try to cheer him up. Additionally, in \"Born Again Krabs\" he struck a deal with the Flying Dutchman for a second chance at life in exchange for being a non-cheap, generous crab, something that he did very well until he discovered that he had no money in the cash register. As seen in \"Little Yellow Book,\" Mr. Krabs is upset at Squidward for reading SpongeBob's secret diary, and as he didn't laugh at all, it also means that he was not an hypocrite. In \"Welcome to the Chum Bucket\" Mr. Krabs is heartbroken over losing SpongeBob and even says he will give it all away to have him back. He also shows some sort of fatherly concern towards SpongeBob and Patrick, making them promise never to go near the hooks in \"Hooky\" and forbidding them from using vulgar words in \"Sailor Mouth,\" as well as warning them of getting the face freeze for doing face in \"Face Freeze!,\" and in \"Yours, Mine and Mine,\" he reprimands them for fighting over a toy of little importance, as it's a stupid reason to do so. He also apologizes for selling SpongeBob for 62 cents in \"Born Again Krabs,\" even going as far as throwing the coins to the ground in disgust and saying \"I don't want this foul money! I want SpongeBob back!\". In \"Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation,\" he also stops two bank robbers from robbing the money factory with SpongeBob's help. In \"No Nose Knows,\" he recruits Squidward and Sandy to destroy Patrick's nose, which is a sign of friendship toward at least 2 other characters. This shows that Mr. Krabs is technically a good crab overall and defining him as evil is an overstatement.
His mother, Betsy Krabs, is seen in several episodes. They are very close since Mr. Krabs was raised solely by his mother and for that, he loves her as shown when he affectionately calls her \"Mommy,\" in spite of being an adult. Despite his care for her, Mr. Krabs is as cheap as he is with everybody as he chooses not to give her money. He even tells his mother not to spend her own money, since he believes it to be his inheritance which shows how selfish he can be with her.
Bank robbing and crab fishing might seem, at first glance, to have very little in common with each other, but tell that to Joshua Tel Warner, a crew member on the fishing vessel Wizard who was arrested in Illinois in May 2010 after a routine traffic stop. Viewers recognized Warner from his work on the show and alerted authorities to his presence in the Midwest. Wanted for three armed robberies in Eugene, Oregon, Warner was extradited to his home state and sentenced to nine and a half years behind bars.
What some viewers might not comprehend from watching the Deadliest Catch crews go head-to-head with death every week is that fishing for Alaskan king crab in the Bering Sea is not actually as dangerous as it gets. That dubious honor goes to dungeness crab fishing, a less regulated, more reckless profession and the impetus behind the Discovery Channel spinoff Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove. 781b155fdc