Zeku wrote:Why does he want to go there at all, beyond intentionally placing himself at risk, for the sake of his principles?
Anarchy wrote:Hi guys (and girls)
I've been following the comic since the word go and reading the Forums every time a new page appears
I couldn't resist asking these questions though....
The portals look 2 dimensional, what happens if you walk around the back of a portal then step through?
do you appears on the rear side of the out going portal?
jsut step harmlessly through the incomming portal?
Feel like your hitting a brick wall?
Does the speed you go through a portal equal the speed you step out of it?
What would happen if you shot an arrow or fireball or somehting from the MK out?
if the portals are 2 dimensional and you where having a fight in the portal roow, what would happen if you threw your oponent edge ways onto the portal?
could they be used to slice grapefruits in half easily?
I think I feel liek parsons at the moment lol, how can I break the rules and find somehting funky to use against my enemy
warriortribble wrote:I do wish it was Maleficent that was chatting with Jafar. Those two need to get it on already.
He had not actually crossed the threshold to Master class, but that could happen any time a caster gained powerful new insight into his discipline or major class.
I wonder. Does this mean discipline and major class are synonyms, or that a caster can multiclass into multiple schools of magic?
The only possessor of an Arkentool I can not link to a tool manufacturer is Charlie... but then I don't know what his last name is.
rkyeun wrote:Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
zilfallon wrote:The only possessor of an Arkentool I can not link to a tool manufacturer is Charlie... but then I don't know what his last name is.
Someone named Charlie owns a television channel, that's the reference, check the wiki.
Chadim wrote:Great text update, as usual!
Meanwhile, the text parts are realy nicely interweaved with the story, and move things forward.
Thinking about the relevation about Master Class, i.e. that you have to have some epiphany
to achieve it, and that the tri-mancer link uncroaking the volcano was not enoug , I
started to wonder how Wanda actually reached her Master class. Could that somehow be
related to the events ending FAQ I somehow cannot shake the feeling that this will be important.
What if, for their bubble kindom to exist, every caster had to play their part to help ensure safety and also keep costs down? I wonder if they popped cheap units, croaked them, then had Wanda uncroak them to save upkeep and to provide a slave/worker caste. That would mess someone up I would think.. or at the very least partially explain Wanda's callous attitude.
Nargrakhan wrote:Dr Pepper wrote:Mission Control: we are go for launch!
Cry "Havoc!" and let slip the dogs of war.
Knight13 wrote:The Fairy Godmother, Jafar and Aeris, nice.
The way Sizemore describes it, it sounds like Master class is granted based on a certain degree of skill, rather than a certain level.
Marshalle Ney wrote:This is Parson's "March to the Sea", his "Blitzkrieg", his "Crossing the Rubicon" Moment - where he ceases to be just a Warlord and instead becomes the man who changes War itself. Like Sherman, Rommel and Caesar himself - Parson is breaking nearly every accepted rule of warfare in a single, broad stroke of his warlord brush (And let's face it - the man is very likely a student of all three and more besides.) and in so doing, he will force a world to change around him with the introduction of the concept of Total War.
Perhaps therein lies his Caster ways - He is a natural force of Changeamancy - And in the next few months of comics, he will cross The Magick Kingdom - Even if hidden from sight - and from there, there will be no turning back. He will have no choice but to walk the path of Napoleon - Total Conquest of all who stand in his way or Death for himself and those he cares for - Or to use the WW2 turn of phrase...Totliaer Kreig.
On other notes, Sizemore is destined at this point to reach levels of Dirt-a-mancy the likes of which Erf has never seen...and I would not be surprised if our beloved Thinkamancer and Foolamancer are not going to be far behind him. Wanda's life is more in doubt - Already the dice on her are rattling in the dice cup, and it remains to be seen if she will survive this trial...or if, at the extremis end, she will die and with one last act - pass the Arkenpliers with all of their Fate to Parson - and with it, command of the Decrypted to see what the powers of Fate would do for the Hippiemancer/Changeamancer Warlord - In so doing setting the stage for Parson to be forced to stand alone in Spacerock against a Stanley determined to retake his own fate and a world that will show him no mercy.
This is gonna be sweeeet.
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