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Jake's room

Jake's room is a location in Homestuck. As evidenced by the name, it is where Jake English resides. Jake evidently has atrocious organizing skills when it comes to guns, evidenced by his wide collection of incredibly dangerous pistols and firearms strewn all over every which way and that. Jake's HONORARY PLACRONYM, with his name carved into it about two and a half years ago, lies in one of his gun piles on the lower right side of the room.

Jake's bedsheets are green and white, with various creatures and objects from the story including the lusus of several trolls as well as a sun, which may represent either Heroes of Light or the Green Sun. The bed, like Jade's, also resembles a Quest Bed, with the four spires in each corner. Jake notes that is supposed to light up under certain circumstances, but has never been able to figure out how. Jade's spires lit up each time her Dreambot was active. Jake has a desk kept in the upper right portion if his room, where he presumably builds things such as John's bunny, Terry Kiser.

Posters[]

Jake's walls are almost completely covered with movie posters, similar to John's; rather than older films, however, most of Jake's posters are for modern franchises. In addition to aligning with his interests, many of the posters in Jake's room reference Lord English in some way. From top left:

  • The Mummy (1999) contains both archaeological themes and references to Ancient Egyptian tombs
  • The Stargate series (Stargate (1994) and Stargate Atlantis) also contain references to archaeology and Egyptology, as well as portals to alien worlds
  • The Incredible Hulk (2008) features a radioactive green giant, cited by Andrew Hussie as one of the inspirations for Lord English
  • The Terminator is a time-traveling character, also cited as an inspiration for Lord English; the Terminator's face is partially incorporated into the design of the Cairo Overcoat
  • The Time Travelling Demon is the only fictional film featured, depicting a direct reference to Lord English courtesy of Homestuck fanartist Plegathion
  • Smurfette is a blue-hued beauty from The Smurfs (2011)
  • Indiana Jones is a famous archaeologist character
  • Avatar (2009) prominently features blue-skinned alien women
  • Mystique from the X-Men film series is another blue beauty
  • National Treasure (2004) is a film with archaeological themes starring Nicolas Cage
  • Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) is a film starring an archaeologist: both of Jake's Tomb Raider posters have been bleached by the sun to resemble more blue beauties
  • Little Monsters is a favorite film of John's; it features a blue lead character, albeit played by the male Howie Mandel
  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) features both Indiana Jones and the titular skull-shaped artifact; psychic aliens are also involved in the film's plot
  • Weekend at Bernie's (1989) and Weekend at Bernie's' II (1993) both star Terry Kiser as Bernie Lomax, and revolve around the act of pretending a dead body is alive; a running tradition in Jake's family
  • Ghost Rider (2007) stars Nicolas Cage as a skull-headed superhero, riding a motorcycle resembling a Harley
  • Diva Plavalaguna is a blue-skinned alien woman from the film The Fifth Element (1997)
  • A Knight's Tale (2001) is a film about a squire, a medieval servant ranking between Page and Knight
  • Terminator Salvation (2009) was the last film in the Terminator franchise before its reboot post-2011
  • Aayla Secura is a blue-skinned "Twi'lek" woman from the Star Wars franchise
  • Army of Darkness (1992) is a film with time travel themes, featuring the main character Ash Williams being sent back to the Arthurian age; the Evil Dead franchise prominently features a skull-faced character in its marketing, starting with Evil Dead II
  • A Kid in King Arthur's Court (1995), Black Knight (2001) and A Knight in Camelot (1998) all feature time travel back to a medieval setting; while Black Knight stars mostly original characters, A Kid in King Arthur's Court and A Knight in Camelot both feature characters from Arthurian legend, connecting to Lord English both through his name and his association with the legendary sword Excalibur, or Caledfwlch

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John's bedroom
Rose's house
Rose's bedroom
Dave's house
Dave's bedroom
Jade's house
Jade's bedroom
Jane's house
Jane's bedroom
Roxy's house
Roxy's bedroom
Dirk's house
Dirk's bedroom
Jake's house
Jake's bedroom
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Land of Tombs
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Land of Mounds
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Land of Little
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and Flow
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Incipisphere
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Future, pre-scratch Earth
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