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  • Lost M&M's Tribe
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  • As seen, the Lost M&M's Tribe consists of more primal versions of the five main M&M's and even match them somewhat in terms of personality. A good example of this is seen in the commercial "DNA Test" where a Yellow-resembling tribesman (possibly the leader) begins communicating in his language before unintentionally embedding a spear into his foot. This act is deemed as proof that he and Yellow are related somehow. This also extends to other M&M's such as the Orange parallel demonstrating paranoia and the Green parallel being somewhat flirtatious with Blue.
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  • As seen, the Lost M&M's Tribe consists of more primal versions of the five main M&M's and even match them somewhat in terms of personality. A good example of this is seen in the commercial "DNA Test" where a Yellow-resembling tribesman (possibly the leader) begins communicating in his language before unintentionally embedding a spear into his foot. This act is deemed as proof that he and Yellow are related somehow. This also extends to other M&M's such as the Orange parallel demonstrating paranoia and the Green parallel being somewhat flirtatious with Blue. The Lost M&M's Tribe also demonstrates many attributes of stereotypical cannibals. They have sharpened teeth, facial markings, and a habit of licking their prey (playing up on the fact that they are anthropomorphic candies). They also have a cauldron set up to prepare their intended victims. But most dangerous of all, they are relentless in hunting down their intended prey. They are guided by their hunger, even going after those who attempt to hide in the local caves as Red, Yellow, and Orange found out.