Darkside007 wrote:Conscious effort to earn loyalty = good
Sudden sprouting of Soviet motif = bad.
PapaSloth wrote:Pink: Old uncroaked faces are greenish. New decrypted faces are pink. That might surprise Stanley.
Arkenputtyknife wrote:SteveMB wrote:Well, they did beat a vastly more powerful enemy; they might well see that as a sign. Stanley in particular is likely to see it as confirmation of his beliefs about his holy destiny.
True Believers see signs in all kinds of rubbish (literally). That doesn't make them signs, just delusions.
The only thing I see as a possible sign of Titanic intervention is Parson's thought that the world was cheating against him, just as his game was intended to cheat the players. But even that is only a possibility. There's been no actual sign of Titanic involvement.
So, show me a sign—a real sign, not the kind of nonsense a True Believer would interpret as a sign.
jioan wrote:Stanley's gonna freak out when he sees Wanda with 'his' Arkenpliers.
Rykka wrote: The natural progression of storytelling dictates (Sadly, as I rather like the idea of them dominating the erfworld) that some calamity must now occur to disrupt that. My pipe dreams aside, all that really remains to be seen is which element it originates under. There are no shortages of volatile elements at play.
Arkenputtyknife wrote:The entrance to the tunnels appears to be near the base of the mountain, not at the top of the road. It would be odd indeed if the tunnels emerged at the top of the mountain.
moose o death wrote:he seems excited about having ansom as a minion. i wonder if he thinks he can use ansom and put parson on toilet duty
Rykka wrote:DevilDan wrote:I'm enjoying the updates.
I love the propaganda art, but why stars? Should have been stylized hammers or dwagons.
*Grins* Check the gate again.
Welf von Ehrwald wrote:Arkenputtyknife wrote:Direct Titanic intervention isn't needed for a sign. The current paradigm is that royals are inherently superior to commoners. And Stanley beat them. That is a sign that the old paradigm is wrong.
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