This is speculation, but I am of the opinion Charlie is also from Stupidworld, summoned in the same fashion as Parson, but by the Great Minds to serve some purpose of their own. Unfortunately for them, he reneged on them and has proceeded to "damage" G-strings by wielding the 'Dish like a metaphorical hammer, and by popping a massive number of Archons.Zeku wrote:Why exactly [do] the thinkamancers want Charlie beaten?
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.
Ilari wrote:So Stanley and Wanda summoned Parson to save their side, Janis and Marie summoned him to end war, and the Thinkamancers summoned him to defeat Charlie. Just how many causes is he expected to champion?
kefkakrazy wrote:Thus you have one guy who has an absurd amount of defensive capability, who can also find and sneak-attack and raze anything you leave without a huge garrison, who can also exert an incredible degree of influence over the course of events in a gigantic area with just the Arkendish and maybe a couple Archons to serve as focal points. This is an incredible, incredible amount of power, enough that Charlie arguably could eventually "win" at Erfworld. Make no mistake: the Thinkamancers are not in error here! Perhaps the only other "destabilizing" force this significant are the Arkenpliers, and while those are powerful, their power is only great within the bounds of standard Erfworld combat. They don't allow one to break free from the standard paradigms of Erfworld combat and fight the entire damned world on a field of their own making like the Dish does.
M.A.D wrote:ftl wrote:I like the tumbl, I don't so much get what the twitter icon is doing in the last frame though.
Classic cartoons have *ahem* tumbled characters have birds tweeting while flying around over their head
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