Atomic wrote:No need to be sorry, but you're kinda wrong... Archons can see through Foolamancy, but that doesn't mean that they always do see through Foolamancy.Swodaems wrote:Sorry to nitpick, but there is evidence saying that Archons can see thru foolamancy.
Vinny states that the Transylvitian Warlords have a chance to see through each, individual, veil. 30 Dwagons x 11 Warlords = about 300 chances to spot the incoming units.
Jillian says that units can probably detect them. Those units are either a Foolamancer, an Archon, or a lucky/ smart Warlord.
Lamech wrote:badninja wrote:Nice ending to part 2, now comes the grand finally! I am not willing to write off Cubbins just yet he may have a "exit stage left" ability/spell and survive but you never know. Superb way to end the issue Rob!
I'm sure he'll be fine. In fact, I think he'll get a new shiny bonus. And need to eat less. And some new colors too! He'll be better than fine.!
Beeskee wrote:I was reluctant to assume Charlie was the Wizard, since it seems like if a butterfly farts in an unmapped hex, we're all ready to assume it's somehow part of Charlie's grand schemes to control the wind or whatever.
BLANDCorporatio wrote:drachefly wrote:My God, Kriestor.
Indeed. That post of his before yours, I find that post amusing, it makes me laugh.
Kreistor wrote:Oh, I fully admit to being an asshole. I'm just surprised by how many people think it's a smart idea to provoke assholes.
Sieggy wrote:Sadly, though, one of the defining characteristics of assholiness is that they are provoked by just about anything . . . which is why the stock phrases of assholes in general includes "Hey, I was just . . .", immediately followed by "Well, HE started it!".
MarbitChow wrote:Provoking them anonymously over the internet? Why wouldn't it be a good idea?
There's nothing they can do in return other than shake their hands in impotent rage and vent in long-winded rants that no one bothers to read, and there's always that slim chance that they'll pop a blood vessel in anger.
Dancing Cthulhu wrote:I think it is just a yellow ball, commonly used in magic shows for juggling, appearing in the mouth, being made disappear etc (since all the other things are items associated with stage magicians - rabbits, doves, scarves, the saw - only thing missing is some playing cards).
abb3w wrote:Dancing Cthulhu wrote:I think it is just a yellow ball, commonly used in magic shows for juggling, appearing in the mouth, being made disappear etc (since all the other things are items associated with stage magicians - rabbits, doves, scarves, the saw - only thing missing is some playing cards).
The saw being a standard prop for the "Cut the lady in half" trick.
Of course, other magicians usually consider the trick poorly done if the magician can't put the lady back together at the end of the trick....
happyturtle wrote:@ Issue 3: I don't think there will be a time skip...
@ Tramenis: My hope is that he'll be captured and healed (not decrypted) by Gobwin Knob, because I'd love to see him and Parson facing off to each other. He's much more interesting as an antagonist to Parson than he would be as a decrypted ally.
warriortribble wrote:I'll join the crowd that thinks Cubbins is setting off the tower defenses. When Wanda sets off the tower defenses in book 1 (link} it looks like she channeled the spells using her body as a conduit. I imagine Cubbins is doing something similar, possibly adding his last juice to the tower spells, which probably already contains spells he previously cast if the killer bunnies are any indication.
effataigus wrote:@ Raging... I'm with ya on this one, Kriestor! I recommend waiting longer to defend yourself in the future. It's more meaningful when someone else points out the BS of people who are attacking you. However, it is nice that you've already made most of the points I was going to, so now I can just +1 your novella.
happyturtle wrote:Or maybe the Tower Defences are sort of stored juice that takes form according to the Caster that sets them off?
KiltedNinja wrote:Awesome page, nice finisher to the issue.
On a side note, it's mostly good fun to visit the forum to read other people's analysis of the story and the Erf world in general..
...the shit thing is having to wade through countless pointless posts of people arguing about things which are completely unrelated to the story.
To all of you who seem intent on promoting your own self-indulgent righteousness - Get a grip people. This is not about you, this is about Erfworld. All you are achieving is the creation of an infested forum that no-one will enjoy or feel comfortable sharing their points of interest regarding the story and characters.
Don't be a dick.
Ambug666 wrote:M.A.D wrote:Also, let's see, a parody character, some pun on Popcap, and... end of issue? o.O
I suspect it was a pun on popping a cap in someone, ie shooting them.
Sharik wrote:Popcap is the company that made Plants Vs. Zombies. Plants Vs. Zombies is a tower defense game, wherein you attempt to fend off the undead.
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