|"Everwhen (location)" is not an official name. It may have been referenced in the storyline as such, but has not been officially named. Alternatively, it may be a name popular among fans, but without an official basis.|
The Everwhen is the unofficial designation given to a singularity of "soft-time" made up of the shared history of the Reds and Blues. The Everwhen is the main setting of Red vs. Blue: Singularity, first appearing at the end of the previous season.
Role in Plot
After the Reds and Blues (sans Washington) "broke" time while Donut successfully re-contained Chrovos, they were trapped within this singularity, with their memories suppressed and being "unstuck in time." The Everwhen was depicted as a large crack on an invisible wall within Chrovos' cell.
While trapped within the Everwhen, the Reds and Blues would unknowingly relive their lives as Genkins (possessing various A.I.s and A.I.-ready individuals, most notably Church) interfered with historical events, creating alternate timelines in the process. These timelines manifested as literal cracks coming off of the main crack in Chrovos' cell. It was believed that once enough paradoxical timelines were created, Chrovos would be able to escape and remake reality as she saw fit.
- While originally depicted on the Halo 2 Anniversary engine, the Everwhen wound up not using that game in Red vs. Blue: Singularity, which instead utilized the previous Halo games.
- Every time the name "Everwhen" is said within the singularity itself, a hawk's cry is heard.