The preceding episode contained graphic textual details of an apparent fictional suicide.
If you or someone you know is in crisis, you are not alone. Please call one of the following numbers or see the following information, and please talk to someone!
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention
Distress Centre Calgary - (403) 266-HELP (4357)
Wikipedia article: List of suicide crisis lines
TV Tropes article: Useful Notes - Suicide Prevention
Characters and locations, etc. are from:
Team Fortress 2
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Puella Magi Madoka Magica: The Movie
(Beginnings, Eternal, Rebellion)
Final Fantasy XIII trilogy
(XIII, XIII-2, Lightning Returns)
Di Gi Charat
Free! Iwatobi Swim Club
Free! Eternal Summer
Sword Art Online
Alternate character voices from:
Time and Eternity
Love, Election and Chocolate
(Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate)
Season 9, episode 11
"The Spark in the Park"
Additional characters etc.,
as described in the flashbacks, from:
Hetalia: Axis Powers
Street Fighter X Tekken
Tekken: Blood Vengeance
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
Black Rock Shooter
Rise of the Guardians
Kill la Kill
Attack on Titan
(Shingeki no Kyojin)
Super Mario Bros.
Straight Title Robot Anime
League of Legends
Devil May Cry
Gonna Make You Sweat
by C+C Music Factory
(Indian Thriller from Donga (film))
Believe in Yourself
by Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers
by Rick Scott
With help from:
Official Team Fortress Wiki
"How to aeiou - Legendary Edition"
a Moonbase Alpha Steam guide
"An advanced guide on the text to speech and the cheat console!"
a Moonbase Alpha Steam Community forum
by Headcrab Addict
"Moonbase Alpha: Chat Commands"
Steam guide by Laurent0011
"I listed the dialogue you hear from the
[Free! Iwatobi Swim Club] desktop mascots
whenever you click and drag them"
Nov. 19, 2013
Chrissie's Transcripts Site
voice clips provided by
Final Fantasy XIII-2
Japanese-language gameplay by
Time and Eternity
Doctor Who ©BBC
TARDIS image ©1963 BBC
Based on the characters created by:
(TM and ©)
Crypton Future Media
Walt Disney Pictures
the events of and surrounding:
Otafest (and Lite and Aurora)
including the fear/survival mission + overtime (2013)
and the  mission (2014)
...and all relevant newscasts from
Global Calgary and CBC Calgary
from May 14, 2012, April 26, 2013,
and May 16, 2014
as well as the photo posts
that broke my mind, as discovered
on Twitter on March 24, 2014
and Tumblr on June 2, August 22,
and September 1, 2014.
for presenting the May 14, 2012 newscast
that changed my way of thinking forever
for presenting the May 16, 2014 newscast
that helped bring me back into the fray.
the works of
Bryan Lee O'Malley
All characters and events, even those based on real people, are fictional.
Some characters have been composited.
While this series is loosely based on events from June-Dec. 2012, April-May 2013, and May-Dec. 2014, any similarities to other events are coincidental. It is not meant to be an accurate retelling.
The ideas expressed in Opposition/Resurrection do not reflect the views of Jack Y. after November 30, 2013. A long-term fear was finally overcome that day, as well as the delusion that caused it.
All items are by their respective owners.