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Game Theory: The Secret Identity of Hollow Knight's Hero (Hollow Knight)

Feb 27, 2020
It seems to imply that the egg ๐“‰๐’ฝ๐’พ๐“ˆ here is the version of the Pale King ๐Ÿ.๐ŸŽ hatched in his ~improved~ form as it is. Now* look at the birthplace of our

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s in the Abyss. A similar black egg. Could it be that our version ๐Ÿ.๐ŸŽ has changed again? Further tying the two together is the fact that in another part of the White House, there is a daycare that plays the song on music boxes. (ใฃโ—”โ—กโ—”)ใฃโ™ฅ* music *โ™ฅ When you die and stand next to the shadow of your previous life, it turns out to be the same song (ใฃโ—”โ—กโ—”) ใฃโ™ฅ* music *โ™ฅ This is basically this

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version of blood.
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Here is what is interesting about this detail, these shadows are described as follows: "Echoes of past lives." "When we die, each of us leaves a mark" "Stains on the world." This is how

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s lived in the past The accompanying sound came at just the right time, and the same sound came from a nursery inside the palace of the King of Pale. The connection between our knight and the King of Pale seemed undeniable. It's almost as if the king laid the groundwork for his rebuilding when VOID died, hatched from a black egg in the abyss, was brought back to the palace, and was eventually expelled from the kingdom to avoid succumbing to the infection, only when he was old.
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And the Hollow Knight was only remembered when he began to lose control. "He didn't cost much" is a line we see repeated by King Palai and is believed to refer to sacrificing his own children in search of the perfect Hollow Knight. However, here is another explanation. This is your own price. Humble in appearance, composed of VOID, a force diametrically opposed to his own, he leaves behind his real body and takes the form of a nameless humble knight; our player character. He chose to transform into the most suitable form to defeat the infection, but at the cost of losing himself in the process, but it was all to help his son in his kingdom.
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Which is why we see him ponder the words "it doesn't take much..." from his dying throne. These are his last thoughts as he heads into his next transformation. This is not only the price of sacrificing children, it is the price of sacrificing ๐™๐™ž๐™ข๐™จ๐™š๐™ก๐™›. It's a calculated risk he's taking. The Knight Is a Reincarnated Palekin will explain that a nameless Faceless Knight accepts the King Brand item so easily that it fully marks him as King. He'll explain how, just like Palekin snapped the bugs out of their massive coma during his lifetime, as you progress through the

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, our knights do the same to wake the bugs from the infestation and bring them back to life in Dirtmouth.
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It will explain how you and the Pale King look like using the item "Monarch Wings" If ๐˜ข๐˜ญ๐˜ญ that is not enough to convince you, in the cut dialogue, here is the data extracted from the game, if you dream of catching the final Boss, V. Hollow Knight himself, would say: "...Father?..." No more explicit than แด›สœแด€แด› So, in short, if the

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holds, Hollow Knight is not some random Knight doing his job. It's about king ๐“ก๐“ฎ๐“ญ๐“ฎ๐“ถ๐“น๐“ฝ๐“ฒ๐“ธ๐“ท. He chose a son to sacrifice to this infection, but before he could offer it, they would destroy the son's purity as a vessel. This, in turn, brings something corrupting to the infection, the desire to be loved; with the father knowing that not only did he provide for his son, but that the plan must now fail due to his own weakness, the king is full of remorse and ultimately Aware of this ๐–๐–Š 'the one who needs to do the stuff.
He researched the VOID so that he could finally be reborn with his powers, repaired in the Abyss, kept in the safety of the White House, and then released to a land beyond Dirtmouth, where the rule went awry and he lost all memory. There may be two reasons for this self-imposed exile over many years. One, the protection of his own light, and two, the loss of memory helps him become pure

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. without memory. no wish. No แด˜แด€๊œฑแด›สŸษช๊œฐแด‡. Now it is an empty ship. Well, when it comes down to it, he could be part of the Hollow Knight team right now.
During his trip, he unknowingly assembles real items that once belonged to him. He reminds her of old friends and loved ones with flashes of memory that remind her of him as he passes by. He rekindles the will of the insects around him, just as he did when he first came to earth. All this for the good of everything; his mistakes in dealing with Shining and, most importantly, his own son's. When he dies in his next life, he tells himself for the last time that being on his throne "doesn't cost much." Son; A son, he recognized him at the last moment, "... ๐น๐’ถ๐“‰๐’ฝvent โ—”โ—กโ—” โ—”โ—กโ—” โ—”โ—กโ—” โ—”โ—กโ—” โ—”โ—กโ—” โ—”โ—กโ—” โ—”โ—กโ—” โ—”โ—กโ—” โ—”โ—กโ—” ใฃ ใฃ ใฃ ใฃ ใฃ ใฃ ใฃ ใฃ ๐“–๐“๐“œ๐“”๐“‰๐’ฝutes ๐“–๐“๐“œ๐“”๐“‰๐’ฝ didn'td

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