Zeroberon wrote:So we know with 100% certainty that THIS IS HOW TRI-LINKS WORK, PERIOD END OF STORY.
hajo wrote:No one in particular wrote:Olive being dead is the only reason I can imagine Jillian could wander at all.
Maybe Olive is just busy somewhere, and couldn't get back in time to replace the flower.
I hope so! I thought so too more or less.No one in particular wrote:Also, blue flowers... A Scanner Darkly reference?
Whispri wrote:How can Faq survive after this? How can they avoid being found and obliterated?
0beron wrote:And lastly....I think this actually adds credence to the old, largely discarded theory now, that Charlie is not Overlord either.
mortissimus wrote:Whispri wrote:How can Faq survive after this? How can they avoid being found and obliterated?
The strikeforce Jillian requested might strike Haffaton's capitol before Olive's force strikes FAQ.
Lamech wrote:I'm going to bet that the emerald city is a capital site and heavily defended. Haffaton's capital is just another trap. Think about it, the big bad Haffaton, with its badly guarded capital. One thinks they can just roll up and end the whole side. Sure some casters so bring a big strike force. You do it, and then your trapped. Your big strike force is eliminated.
peteratjet wrote:Historically, kinda, Dorothy and Toto were rescued from the poppy field by the Tinman and and the Scarecrow. Their Erfword analogues would be dolls of some kind, I guess. Watch this space.
... meanwhile ...
would Wanda's skeletal appearance also be a symptom of poppy-dependency?
0beron wrote:Not directly related, but does anyone else find it amusing how Rob finally introduces us to Haffaton's Ruler, a useless figure head controlled by her most powerful citizen....on the USA Election Day? :p
bladestorm wrote:more modern version: Jack as the Scarecrow, Sizemore as the Lion, and Maggie as the Tinman? Leaving Parson as the Wizard?
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