Made-up Real Things

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*[[Crazy Go Nuts University]] was a school Strong Bad invented and made a fake diploma for. It now has its own sports team and [[The Jolly Dumple|mascot]]. Its campus was first shown in [[bike thief]]. Students were heard attending orientation in [[On Break]]. However, in [[Fan Costumes '08]], Strong Bad implies that the university is indeed made-up.
*[[Crazy Go Nuts University]] was a school Strong Bad invented and made a fake diploma for. It now has its own sports team and [[The Jolly Dumple|mascot]]. Its campus was first shown in [[bike thief]]. Students were heard attending orientation in [[On Break]]. However, in [[Fan Costumes '08]], Strong Bad implies that the university is indeed made-up.
*[[Litigation Jackson]] was a movie character featured in an eponymous film in [[A Decemberween Pageant]] and in a sequel, Legal Rampage, in [[rampage]]. In [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 17.2]], he calls up Marzipan claiming to be the attorney prosecuting Coach Z and suggests Marzipan would make a useful witness in the case.
*[[Litigation Jackson]] was a movie character featured in an eponymous film in [[A Decemberween Pageant]] and in a sequel, Legal Rampage, in [[rampage]]. In [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 17.2]], he calls up Marzipan claiming to be the attorney prosecuting Coach Z and suggests Marzipan would make a useful witness in the case.
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*[[Biscuitdoughhandsman]] started out as a police sketch drawn by [[Bubs]] and named by [[Coach Z]] when misrepresenting [[The King of Town]]'s description of Strong Bad as a criminal perpetrator. He eventually licensed his likeness on paper towel rolls in [[licensed]] and Coach Z supposedly found his "severed hand" in an Easter egg in [[myths and legends]].
*[[Stinkoman]] from [[20X6]] was originally made up by Strong Bad to describe himself as a [[Japanese cartoon]]. He makes an appearance in [[Free Country, USA]] in the Halloween cartoon [[3 Times Halloween Funjob]]. 20X6 was shown to be real in the email [[time capsule]].
*[[Stinkoman]] from [[20X6]] was originally made up by Strong Bad to describe himself as a [[Japanese cartoon]]. He makes an appearance in [[Free Country, USA]] in the Halloween cartoon [[3 Times Halloween Funjob]]. 20X6 was shown to be real in the email [[time capsule]].
*[[Trogdor]] was drawn by [[Strong Bad]] in the email [[dragon]]. He later became the title character of a real video game, [[TROGDOR!]], as seen in [[Arcade Game]]. Trogdor became a real creature around the time he appeared outside Strong Bad's window in [[Trogday 08]].
*[[Trogdor]] was drawn by [[Strong Bad]] in the email [[dragon]]. He later became the title character of a real video game, [[TROGDOR!]], as seen in [[Arcade Game]]. Trogdor became a real creature around the time he appeared outside Strong Bad's window in [[Trogday 08]].

Revision as of 00:39, 10 February 2019

"Wait, is Senor Cardgage real?!"

From the Decomposing Pumpkins FeedBurner description:

STRONG BAD: I kinda black out a lot lately and when I wake up sometimes things I made up in my brain come to life. I practically pee my pants every time a Cheat Commandos comes on.

In the continuity of the Homestar Runner universe, it's often unclear if things are made up or really happen. Occasionally, something that is clearly made up later appears as a real thing, typically without any particular reason or cause. While a fair number of these instances have been fruits of Strong Bad's imagination, the other residents of Free Country, USA have periodically created something in their heads that later on mysteriously become real. Whether or not the inventors of these mind-bending, reality-defying creatures and creations had anything to do with them, or if they pre-existed their alleged conception, is never revealed nor explained for the most part, so this bizzare, blurred line between fantasy and reality remains one of the great inexplicable mysteries in the Homestar Runner universe.

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