After the Yamato split the Demon King in two, the human part of Todd appeared. However, in such a weakened state, Todd was, ironically, put in a coma, in the same state some Mind-Link victims were in. As for the King's demon half, it's whereabouts are unknown. It is speculated by some that it might have been sent back to Hell, maybe to seek revenge one day...
Somehow, we were able to gaze at a version of the Off-Season 2 that differs from what we had previously espectated. In this timeline, Armstrong sacrificed himself out of his sheer admiration of OP, and decided to date La Creatura instead. This would have a tremendous cascade effect that would cause events to differ from the Cope Island we had seen, such as the Emperor proposing to Mitsuru, Ryan Gosling becoming friends with Armstrong, and ultimately concluding in Tifa proposing to OP, which would change the fate of this reality compared to the original timeline.
Somehow, reality seemed to have distorted to lose all color and degraded into a monochrome look. Richtofen was less affected because he already got used to it after witnessing it a few times in the past.
With the loss of his best (gay) friend Erwin, Pegasus vows to defeat the then-current /v/ champion in honor of his lost comrade. However, the mental trauma he suffers seems so big that Pegasus begins to develop some sort of mental illness, as during his ring intro he seemingly walked to the ring as if accompanied by someone, as if Erwin was walking along with him. Even more perplexing, reality had left its previous monochromatic visual and now looked cartoon-ey (which Pegasus didn't seem to mind, but likely contributed to his current state).
As his finishing move, Pegasus employed the Die For Me, Erwin's move, and it put away Armstrong instantly. Just like he desired, Erwin had defeated the champion and gained the title.
The Final Frontier of Distortion: Dimensional Resolution Shift[edit | edit source]
After the already strange reality-bending phenomenons before, a dimensional resolution shift lands the climactic entrapment of Chris, Leon, Therapist, and Fred at an strange PS1-esque graphics distortion. And then, when Fred was just about to pin...