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Relics of the Past by the0ne1 Relics of the Past by the0ne1
what we found when we came
was the end before we began
it started as a blame
and grew into a plan
wreckage of a war
reminders of a mistake
the planet now is torn
dead bodies in its wake
a mirror into the past
of how this came to be
we live in the aftermath
the Relics of the Past

Ruins of the Great Mushroom War

this is a poem that this dude made after seeing this ^^ im so happy! [link]
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pawned777 Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
i think not even USA survived the war
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FLAMEPRINCESSxFINN Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012   Filmographer
"Over the mountain, the ominous cloud
coming to cover the land in a shroud,

hide in a bushel, a basement, a cave,

but when cloud comes a'huntin',

No one's a safe...
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kfirpanther3 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012
the tank looks like a a mix of Jagdpanther/SU-100.
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the0ne1 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
haha i just drew a tank from my mind. i didnt base it off of a real tank, but thats cool :)
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kfirpanther3 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012
maybe the SPG/Assault Gun is also based on ISU-152. Actually i was wrong about the tank part, since the one that you drew looks like as if it has a casemate. I don't really know what it has a resemblance in real life.

From Wikipedia about Casemate:
"During World War II, most purpose-built German Wehrmacht and Soviet Red Army tank destroyers and self-propelled guns (like the Wehrmacht's Sturmgeschütz III) essentially had turretless, armored steel casemates mounted onto (or built integrally into) conventional main battle tank chassis to carry heavier, forward firing guns—the German vehicles were dubbed Jagdpanzer and Panzerjäger respectively, while their Soviet counterparts all bore an "SU-" or "ISU-" prefix, with the "SU-" prefix an abbreviation for Samokhodnaya Ustanovka in Russian, or "self-propelled installation" in their designations, much like the U.S. Army's designation for self-propelled artillery, and American tank destroyers, as a "Gun Motor Carriage""
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YouthCat Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I have this theory that Adventure Time is the earth after a worldwide catastrophe (an "end of the world" type scenario). The world that's in the show is the rebuilt earth, do to high amounts of radiation, many creatures are mutants or inanimate objects fused with life forms. That's why Finn is the "only" human left, so we assume. Maybe...
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the0ne1 Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
that is actually a fact that it's earth after a catastrophe. aka the great mushroom (cloud) war. you can see many times including the intro, old earth like objects, ie; bombs, vehicles, televisions. phones, etc.
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YouthCat Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Woah.
Was this covered in any recent episodes..?
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the0ne1 Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
there have been hints of it on the show, an adventure time wiki confirms all of it! check it out man, [link]
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YouthCat Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Well hot damn... I always wondered what that busted up junk was in the opening sequence. I've missed most of this new season, guh. >_>
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