chefsotero wrote:And is Wanda ploting to use FAQ to be her poison? Maybe she has her garden to find a suitable ally, or pawn, to use against Haffaton.
Azukar wrote:1. I'm guessing Wanda's Power Glove (it's so bad!) cast a Suggestion spell on Jillian the night she talked about Marika. Especially if she "told more than she knew" - seems to mirror her capture at the start of tBfGK.
2. I know it's probably impossible, but I so hope this garden is still standing in Parson's time, and that he and Wanda find it.
3. Wanda and/or Jillian is going to have to have at least a few memories wiped between now and the time of the present comics.
4. At first, I thought the angel on the headstone was a Weeping Angel. Would suit Wanda perfectly, in her current ubercreepy state.
King Mir wrote:I just realized: this is why Wanda's sigil is a skull with a flower. It's in memory of this place!
Whispri wrote:She's not creepy, she's just being 'the crone' after being 'the maiden' at Goodminton. Gobwin Knob era Wanda is clearly in the lengthy period 'twixt 'the maiden' and 'the mother' that occurs when girls listen to Nanny Ogg, but we may see her as 'the mother' if she founds her own Side.
vintermann wrote:- Private Idaho, urban dictionary explains it's an expression related to a 1980 dance song of some sort.
vintermann wrote:...but "Lord Vitaly Important"? And what's the significance of him being from Frenemy? (Besides showing that Haffaton probably defeated this side)
vintermann wrote:A wealth of puns in this episode, I'd appreciate some help figuring them out.
Shai_hulud wrote:Also they can't use Duncan Idaho yet
Shai_hulud wrote:Implication from the story: Marika (and Adderall?) have the flying special, but don't have wings. So how do they fly? Do they float around "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" style?
bladestorm wrote:By Jillian stating that she had a father implied that she was an heir, since other units simply pop on a Side, without parents.
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