Booper wrote:Oooh, we have 3 different knight eye colors; blue(standard), tan on the helmless guy-the same as Maggies?, and maybe red(could be the faceplate) which might indicate some kind of brezerker special, possibly from the dollamancer?
Loving the detail on the helms, sets them apart, and gives them a bit more character than the grunts. I'm wondering if the knights are popped as such or just higher-level soldiers given the title of knight.
Knight seems to be a class of unit you are popped with. As per the archons being "knight class units." This doesn't mean that it also couldn't be a class you can be promoted into, as with Stanley the piker becoming Stanley the warlord, instead of simply being popped as a warlord.
Godsire wrote:War will also be brought to the Magic Kingdom !
Correction: War will be fought through
the Magic Kingdom!
Radagast wrote:That's also a LOT of Jetstone troops there in Panel 1... Ironically if they attacked now, with Wanda in the basement, they'd probably wipe out the dwagons with relative ease.
I dunno about that. There were a lot of Jetstone units defending the approach to the dungeons. And we saw them fall and turn in sequence.
apostateCourier wrote:I'm vaguely worried about Parson's earlier statement about a three foot fall, with some bad luck, being able to kill a unit. Of course I won't hesitate to exclaim,
I WARNED YOU ABOUT STAIRS, BRO
I TOLD YOU DOG!
Sweet Dirtamancer and Hella Parson?
Hey Oberon, I made you an avatar from today's update. =D
BLANDCorporatio wrote:Ya know, the joke will be on you when Oberon will, in fact, use that avatar, and as a sig "I'm with stupid --->".
I would like to state for the record that I in fact updated my avatar while reading page 3 of the response forum, before seeing this on page 4... I then replaced it with the prettified job Pres Allosaurus made.
boegiboe wrote:From Maggie's word choice and satisfied smile, I'm pretty sure she trying to prevent him from getting to Spacerock in a way that she can't be ordered to fix. Mighty clever, that old girl.
A doctor once said about the show House "When you hear the sound of hoof-beats, you don't predict zebras are on the way." If Maggie wanted to prevent Parson from reaching Spacerock, then why wouldn't she simply say "no go" when Parson asked her "Go? Or no go, Maggie?"
I was hoping
he'd use it. I've no problem with Oberon - it's just a lighthearted poke-of-opportunity at his posting style.
That sig would
add another layer to the joke, though.
I am aware that my writing is often read more darkly than I intend it, even when I do intend to contradict someone else. I sometimes attempt to work on it, but telling someone I think they are wrong doesn't seem to evoke fluffy bunnies, no matter how politely couched. I can be just as ready to debate facts or theories in person, but the facial expressions and other body language speak miles that I'm not actually mad at the person I'm conversing with. Text just doesn't do that.