Hayes wrote:I totally didn't expect those guys in panel 3....
Their chief weapon is surprise.
DunkelMentat wrote:Oh man. What sort of thing do you imagine a predictamancer would bring to a stack? Do they have offensive or defensive capabilities? I thought they just sorta told the future.
Remember Minority Report? Probably not, wasn't that good a movie, but anyway, having a Precog around is handy when you want to dodge stuff.
Zeku wrote:If I was roleplaying Parson, this is the point at which I would plan the murder of all the Great Minds.
Manipulating him to fulfill their plan, not telling him the plan, then standing in his way and endangering him? The question is not who is right or who is wrong, it's the audacity of this scenario.
Your boss would be very interested to know that this is how you think.
Lamech wrote:I mean there was the hobo, and the dwagons, but the hobo will get back up just fine.
That made me think of Hobo with a Shotgun, which I didn't yet see but looks all shades of awesome (and horribly violent, so that clip is not for the squeamish).
kagato23 wrote:This actually makes me respect Marie. Up until now, I saw her as a passive manipulator. The fact she's ready to get her hands dirty in this make her rise up a few notches in my esteem.
That and the fact that she's getting Parson through will definitely make her hugely popular around here.
oslecamo2_temp wrote:I would like to start by pointing out a small but quite significant detail
Marie didn't knew beforehand that Hamster had a super mathmancy item! She needs to ask what it is. So there goes all the conspiracies that they could make item-summoning items easily. The bracer was clearly an unexpected effect, so unexpected that not even Marie the Predictmancer could see it coming.