Sonic Screwdriver wrote:Unled units attack enemies on sight. Why did none of those dwagons attack the bear on its way to the wall?
effataigus wrote:Well, he better hope that specific type is red, because they're the only ones that are immune to fire.wrecan wrote:As for Jack, I think he has a specific plan in mind for stopping that giant bear and which requires a specific dwagon type.
Whispri wrote:drachefly wrote:It occurs to me, Jack is being awfully picky. Can't he just have the dwagon go in and bite without using breath attacks?
He could, but then, a pink could be used to ensnare someone without fear of killing his own people. Also, if the red dwagon died, that might result in more flames.
kiyote wrote:Cubbins is still incapacitated, buried under all the rubble. Even if Parson et all manages to capture/croak everyone in the throne room, they still wouldn't have ownership of the city to put out the fire...
peteratjet wrote:Snork - A lot of definitions for this one, but not sure if it really meant anything in this context. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Snork
The Snork Maiden, Moonintrolls girlfriend?
Hah, nice thought, though I'd guess the orientation quirk would be to ensure that Ace enters through the side that could let the dwagon in rather than from the city walls zone that the dwagons could not join from.Chit Rule Railroad wrote:I'm amused by the facetious thought that the crucial plot reason that the orientation of the room needed to be corrected was so that the bear could use its right arm to swat Parson down the stairs. The quill-like cursive script is a nice touch.
Not sure I agree that Antium+Infantry>Ace+Battle Bear+lazer Clonely. You're probably right, but this seems a bit like a small scale version of the battle that took out Ansom's former column, and we all know how that ended. I'd bet Antium will do some damage before getting zorched, and Ace will just heal it up. Then Parson+Dwagons gets their crack.Chit Rule Railroad wrote:I hope Antium is having the stabbers screen him, because him being dusted is the most likely way that the tide could be briefly turned back until the dwagon comes in and stacks with Parson. I like Antium, so I hope that he doesn't get dusted just to make Parson look useful.
Vreejack wrote:They are all plush animal dolls or animated animal characters from the 1980's [edit: All of which have been marketed as plush toys]. I guess Raggedy Ann and GI Joe could both also fit that description, but they both go back a lot farther. Now Parson needs to man up and rip out her candy heart.
Monchichis (technically, "Monchhichi") are also in production under franchise in separate countries. Gund makes* some of them, but Mattel holds the US license. They started in the 70's but there was a Japanese animated show for them beginning in 1980. I'm not sure if it showed outside Japan, however.
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