nargbop wrote:Volunteered? Because Pierce is immune to her charms, or because he's going to win that game?
Miranda Rights? Hee. There are no rights here.
Puns first, logic second :p The term doesn't really "contradict" Erf-logic, so there's no reason for Rob not to use it. Heck, in a way it actually does make sense. The reason people in our world say "I'm a doctor" in that fashion is to reassure people "I've seen it all before, and this is my profession, so no need to feel shy/embarrassed." and in that respect, Pierce's situation is identical. He's a caster who's entire purpose requires that he have intimate knowledge of bodies and the way they function.Sixty wrote:Hmm, Pierce mentions he's a doctor...I am sorta surprised the term exists at all.
GJC wrote:Two guys with basically the same name in a discussion about a character getting cloned.
There's gotta be a good joke in here somewhere.
build6 wrote:It's true, we're all gay for Tramennis, even if we're straight
If we believe that then there's no point in trying to understand anything in Erfworld. In my experience the puns always make sense.0beron wrote:Puns first, logic second :p
If it didn't make sense I would be very disappointed with Erfworld. We're reading Erfworld here, not Chef Brian.0beron wrote:Heck, in a way it actually does make sense.
Lilwik wrote:If we believe that then there's no point in trying to understand anything in Erfworld. In my experience the puns always make sense.0beron wrote:Puns first, logic second :p
Lilwik wrote: ...Either Healomancers aren't the only kind of healers and that some units may be capable of nonmagical medical treatment,...
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