Isaac ... Isaac ... action and reaction ... who could he possibly be a reference to I wonder ...
Absolutely drawing a blank. But at least I have these delicious fig filled pastries to soothe my dismay at not being able to identify this character!
atalex wrote:I think it's Isaac Hayes. Whoever he is, he's obviously a bad motherbooper. (Shut yo' mouth!)
I'm 'jus' talkin' 'bout Isaac.
danhaas wrote:And I can't read Isaac plucking Maggie's string without shivering a little. Specially a stamped string.
Maggie's G-string, to be specific.
The most interesting thing to me in this update was this:
Book 2 – Text Updates 040 wrote:His work kept him occupied, but what had happened to the war? The real war. What had happened to the sense that events were in motion to change everything?
No-one spoke of it lately.
He supposed it was much like any other plan or scheme or Big Idea hatched here in the Magic Kingdom. The sideless and the helpless would talk excitedly for a while, then their plans would evaporate, never even to be mentioned again.
The Sideless, I understand. Who are the helpless?
This tends to explain why all of the possible tri-mancer spells are not known, if there is a lot of enthusiasm for ideas but not a lot of drive to follow through. Although Isaac himself seems to be an exception, as his research proceeds, even if only "slowly but surely."
BakaGrappler wrote:And also, if I was an Overlord I would definitely hire one of those female Thinkamancers in the background to serve my kingdom. Rawr.
The closest one on the merry-go-round might be the little mermaid. Or a non-aquatic female in a very impractical dress for playground equipment...