gameboy1234 wrote:Conclusion: Banhammer was getting close to learning something important and Charlie rubbed him out.
It's not the first time that theory appears, but it's one to look for. I approve of this. There's more to Faq falling than just setting the stage for Wanda and Jillian battling it out with lightsabers as Wanda says "I
betrayed Faq" and Jillian's like "NOOOOOOOOOO!"
peteratjet wrote:Seeing the gasmask, my first thought was Dream aka Morpheus aka The Sandman
I approve! I mean, now I know that's not true but on first seeing that, that was my thought as well.
atalex wrote:Poor Sizemore. Practically everyone he knows in involved in a conspiracy except him. He's starting to seem like the Ossomer of casters.
A winnar is yuo!
Anyways, to the update.
When I first encountered the Grandiocosmic String thing I was like "awww feck; I'm gonna have to go in the reactions thread and play all grumpy again against this string theory business" but then I realized the purpose of that being there. I'm not pissed off anymore, and yeah, that's quite some mileage obtained from one pun! Nice!
I also like the general theme of the update. It's not just that we learn more about the way Erfworld works. I'll argue, even though I cannot yet quite explain why, that the info we were told now is leagues more important than stuff about Lobot-warlord or Sammy or Haggar. We learn more about what big groups of interest in Erfworld are, and we immediately see them crossing the plot. In ways that suggest they'll cross again, significantly, and leave us wanting to know more, to see this accumulation of energy unleashed.
(You may apply all of the above to the Lobot update, or Haggar update as well. I said I cannot quite explain why this update seems much more significant. It's not just the scale of the reveal I think, there's something qualitatively different)
The whole point of this is lost if you keep it a secret.