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So, to be female in Adventure Time is to be a princess. Finn's relationship with Marceline is much less problematic and this is largely due to. By confirming a long-standing relationship between Princess Bubblegum and Marceline with an on-screen kiss. Warning! Major spoilers for the. Their relationship begins to heal when Finn plays Marceline's heartfelt Fry Song . Marceline is very good friends with Finn, who she seems to trust and is very.
Throughout the whole episode we see how willing Bonnie is to help Marceline, and despite a few tense moments the two share there seems to be a genuine bond re forming between the two.
This also implies that Marcy means more to Bubblegum than Simon does to Marcy. After a season and a half of being together, the young pair breaks up thanks to Finn acting like a proper jerkish boyfriend. After he spent their whole relationship worrying about FP being born evil and basically wanting to change her even though there was not much wrong with her, only her familynow Finn started manipulating her because of a dream he had, which was basically a strongly implied wet dream.
Even worse, she causes fights between her and Ice King, where both get hurt in the process and the whole Ice Kingdom is in ruins by the time Flame Princess is finished. As everyone tells him so, Finn really blew it this time, and this was only one step of the long process of him growing up.
By the end of the episode this ship, too, is sunk beyond repair, at least in the romantical sense, and so Finn is forced to face the consequences of how much he screwed up with Flame Princess. Before talking about that I must mention the actual plot of the episode, because it had one besides the relationship drama. The whole castle is suffering but they are not without hope, literally, as Lemonhope escapes with PB and Finn, so that the Lemon People can look forward to the day he might return and end their misery.
All her fault indeed. It holds both Finn and PB accountable for their actions and allows Flame Princess to develop her own individual storyline, along with, surprisingly enough, Cinnamon Bun.
As of the end of the episode, they usurped the Flame King, who turned out to be an even worse father than we suspected, and so FP and CB begin their journey in leading the Fire Kingdom together. What a satisfying end for both of them, while Finn still struggles with the idea of his mistake being forgiven but not forgotten and while Bubblegum loses a citizen and the trust of a potential ally.
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I would argue that she actually saved the life of Flame Princess by forcing her dad to imprison her instead of letting her die, but the point here is her moral ambiguity. The theme of relationships returns with the majority of the story being about how Shoko met Princess Bubblegum, back when the Candy Kingdom was still being built, and how they became friends.
Their innocent and childish fooling around turns the story upside down, however, and calls for a sequel to the episode. The real importance of the two-parter is not Kee-Oth though, but the fact that he got his blood and therefore the sword back from Finn, forcing him to search for another one.
The whole episode is PB recognizing a tight situation for what it is and using cold logic to calculate the best possible outcome. One of them is the King of Ooo, who makes his debut as the performer of the ceremony, and the other is Bonnibel Bubblegum once again.
Excellent choice of music there.
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During the former, Finn gets his new grass sword, which seems to be just a tad bit too keen on being the perfect sword for him. She asks for the help of Finn simply because she knows he is a hero after all, but the real hero of the day is Cinnamon Bun, who not only helps FP but basically vows to stay by her side as a loyal companion. Betty starts working on a way to save Simon from the Crown and as of now, that story is still on-going and the source of many precious moments.
Hunson would eventually be imprisoned in the Nightosphere and Marceline wouldn't talk to him until the events of " It Came from the Nightosphere ", which occurred presumably many hundreds of years after the incident with the fries. Their relationship begins to heal when Finn plays Marceline's heartfelt Fry Song out loud.
Hunson and his daughter have a tender moment where they affirm their love for each other before Finn traps him back in the Nightosphere. Finn is reluctant because he still thinks her father is evil, but she assures that he is "cool," perhaps meaning that they are on better terms. Later in the episode after Finn and Jake free Marceline from the Nightosphere amulet 's control, she is shocked that her dad fooled her into wearing it; he had told her that it would grant her wishes, rather than forcing her to be the demonic ruler of the eponymous realm.
Marceline's father confessed that he only wanted to be very proud of her, and Marceline told him that she wanted him to be proud of who she wants to be. He says he is proud of her, and smiles, so they may have worked out their issues. Yet, their relationship remains complex.
In the full version of Marceline's fry songthere exist the lyrics; "Daddy, why did you leave me, You created me, So don't you wanna see me? At some point in the past, Hunson was separated from Marceline for a considerable period of time in the aftermath of the Mushroom Warduring which she was cared for by Simon Petrikov before he was fully transformed into the Ice King.The Complete ROMANTIC HISTORY of Bubbline (Princess Bubble Gum + Marceline of Adventure Time)
Daddy where are you?! These details have yet to be explained. In " Everything Stays ", Simon, who has almost transformed into the Ice King permanently and is thus leaving to isolate himself, assures a young Marceline that he has arranged for someone else to take care of her. In a flashback, it is shown that he had re-entered her life after their long separation by smashing a hole in the young Marceline's hut with the family battle axe.
He then announces that he was summoned by "someone with glasses" and that he and Marceline should "go suck some souls together", before destroying an entire wall of the hut. Marceline is shocked and repelled by Hunson's reckless obliviousness to her struggle for survival in the post-Mushroom War world. This flashback sheds light on Marceline's deeply hurt reaction to his act of eating her fries in his debut episode many seasons prior; the pre-teen Marceline was not yet a vampire and needed to eat, whereas the deathless demon Hunson has no need to.
Yet, he carelessly ate her fries when she needed any food she could get to stay alive in the post-apocalyptic world. This incident appears to embody Marceline's long-held grievance that Hunson didn't care about her survival. Marceline's mom In " Everything Stays ", Marceline and her human mother are seen together in a brief pre-Mushroom War flashback.
They appeared to have had a very strong bond with one another, and Marceline's mother is seen comforting a young Marceline, who is frightened of her weird dreams, with a song called " Everything Stays ", which they sing together. It is not known how Marceline became separated from her after the apocalypse, though it is likely that she perished in the War as the vast majority of humans did.
In " Ketchup ", Marceline is emotional at seeing long-lost photos of her as a child with her mother on the beach. Schwabl was seen briefly in her house in the episode " It Came from the Nightosphere " lying in the living room when Finn and Marceline were doing a song.
It stood up and walked to another room once Finn started beat-boxing. Pendleton Ward has confirmed that Schwabl was based on his friend Marie's dog Schwabl. In " Marceline's Closet ", there is a doggy door in the front that Jake uses to get into Marceline's house while Finn and Jake were playing Cloud Hunt. Schwabl is also a main character in almost all of Marceline's flashbacks as well as " Marcy's Super Secret Scrapbook " and the " Adventure Time: Marceline remembers her past connection with Simon, but the Ice King doesn't.
Though Marceline discourages the Ice King from constantly coming to her house, she does not immediately force him out even when Finn and Jake arrive to take him away. Before the crown wiped his memory, he cared for Marceline and wrote her a note about their friendship while apologizing for leaving her and explaining why he had to, which she eventually reads. She finally admits to liking the Ice King, but only as a father-figure, as she stopped the Ice King from kissing her when he mistakes it for flirting and says she doesn't like him "that way.
She doesn't fully understand the consequences of the ice crownand doesn't know how she can help or save him. They are seen together by Finn and Jake when they turn the messages into a song, as Marceline sheds tears while singing with her old friend.
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In the Farmworld universe, Simon stops the Lich 's existence by using his powers to stop the mushroom bomb from hitting Earth, but is killed in the process. Distraught by this act of bravery, Marceline protects his dead body for the next thousand years, even avoiding becoming a vampire just to protect him and, more importantly, his crown.
She says she loves him, and invites him to play basketball with Finn and Jake. She is shown to have a strong emotional bond towards him, thinking of him as a father, and being worried about his well-being and sanity. She also reveals to Finn and Jake her history with him, meaning that she is not ashamed to have an affiliation with the Ice King.
She sacrifices Hambo just so he can revisit his lost love for a short time to tell her he loves her. In " The Empress Eyes ", Marceline tries to protect the Ice King from The Empressa Vampire who had hypnotized Simon and turned him into her thrall sometime before he completely succumbed to the ice crown.
Marceline also reveals that Simon was the main reason she began hunting Vampires, and it is suggested that she fought The Empress in the past in order to free Simon from her control. Despite previously following The Empress' orders and protecting her, the Ice King refuses to kill Marceline when The Empress commands him to. Marceline eventually kills The Empress with the help of Princess Bubblegum. In " Take Her Back ", while suffering from the effects of the scorpion envenomation she received from her battle with The HierophantMarceline has a dream where a slightly older version of herself visits Simon who is living happily with Betty.
Finn Though they were initially enemies, Finn and Marceline soon befriend one another. Even when Marceline acts as a bully in her debut episode, " Evicted! Both Marceline and Finn share the same spark for adventure and love of danger and excitement. Marceline is very good friends with Finn, who she seems to trust and is very comfortable being around.
One of the reasons Finn and Marceline befriend each other is that Finn saved Marceline's life in " Henchman " when Jake exposed her to the sunlight and threw garlic at her in a misguided attempt to help Finn. Although they were friends, Marceline still seemed to care about her Ax bass more than him, as seen in "It Came from the Nightosphere.
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They go to the movies together, but only as friends. More recently, Marceline has expressed that she does indeed care for Finn's well being. This is exemplified in " Heat Signature ", where she becomes more protective of Finn when her ghost friends take pranking him and Jake too far on what started as a harmless "vampire initiation.
In the same episode, Finn sees Marceline naked as she is about to take a shower, resulting in Finn being very flustered. Also, in the episode, Marceline forgives them for sneaking into her house even though she says not to. After hearing this, she jests to Finn that she doesn't want to hang out with him anymore. In " Bad Little Boy ", Marceline tells a story centered on the interaction between her male-counterpart, Marshall Leeand Finn's female-counterpart, Fionna.
It is possible that she based the story on her own interaction with Finn. Even though Marceline claimed she only likes Finn as a friend, Marshall Lee seemed to think Fionna liked him more than that.
It is also possible that Marceline wrote it as a love story only to please the other princesses, but the former statement could hint at Marceline's feelings for Finn. She shows that they still have the same friendship they did in previous seasons, backing up that she was only jesting about not wanting to hang out anymore. Marceline and Finn seem like very close friends in the early seasons, in the most recent seasons, they are still most definetly allies, but they're bond seems less strong than it was in the early episodes featuring Marceline.
However, they still remain friends Jake Marceline scaring Jake in her wolf form As an avid trickster, Marceline cannot resist scaring Jake whenever they meet.