Diodri wrote:Then there is also the possibility of barbarians or feral attacking units just wandering around.
I thought it was notable that the OUTER doorway guards were decrypted, but the guard at the doorway closer to the meeting room was one of Stanley's Hobgobwins.Jatopian wrote:There's always the possibility of treachery. Stanley doesn't trust his direct subordinates any more than they trust him.Phædrus2129 wrote:Does the presence of guards during your own turn seem a little off to anyone else? If it's your turn, no one is going to attack you.
Dancing Cthulhu wrote:Ahhhg, a cliff hanger so soon?
joneleth wrote:Infidel wrote:Yes, but then the narrator is a character telling the story outside the story. Like Princes's Bride. The grandfather was reading from a book giving opinions here and there. Ergo, the Narrator was a character, whether inside or outside the story.
I was actually imagining the Discworld narrator when I read those lines
MarbitChow wrote:It's been a bit of a jolt for me, moving back to the comic. You get more visual information, but the story progresses much more slowly.
Many of the updates we've seen would be 5-10 pages worth of comics in their own right, if each event needed to be its own frame.
It's not really a cliff-hanger; it's just the first breakpoint in a 25-page story that cannot come anywhere near fast enough for my tastes.
teratorn wrote:Retconjurer wrote:I'm intrigued as to why Ansom is talking to Ossomer. Might we learn the limits of Arkenplier manipulation? (probably not)
He's trying to convert him to toolism, like they did with queen Bea.
drakeblood4 wrote:-Stanley's cloak is billowing a bit excessively. Is there a hurricane in GK today?
TheWombat wrote:Does it strike anyone else as weird that there is an "Owiental Dwagon" theme present though we have never seen that type of Dwagon?
Still. Needs a bit more shadows, those Stabbers for example have none at all and look a bit pasted in as a result.
raphfrk wrote:So ... when they said "Love is a battlefield", they meant lovers killing lovers ?
Phædrus2129 wrote:Does the presence of guards during your own turn seem a little off to anyone else? If it's your turn, no one is going to attack you. So presumably if you're in a non-combat area that's the time when units could slack off a little...
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