bradlyallen wrote:Normally, I'd say don't believe it until you see the body; however, since we have a foolamancer involved, this calls for a revisit of the rule. Do you believe it if you see the foolamancer's body, or do you need something else as proof (like a thinkamancer checking for a string)?
sweetidealism wrote:That seems like a really boring, anticlimactic way to kill off one of the coolest characters in the comic.
coyotenose wrote:That's the precise reason I thought that Ossomer would survive somewhat longer than he did and do something more dramatic before croaking. I was obviously wrong.
hyzhenhok wrote:I cannot really believe that Rob would blatant repeating the "make friends with a single Erfworlder, then they die" arc from Book 1. So I'm guessing there's more to this.
Kreistor wrote:Remember the old saying, "Deaths come in threes"?
mmooneybsa wrote:sweetidealism wrote:That seems like a really boring, anticlimactic way to kill off one of the coolest characters in the comic.
Ditto. Too anticlimatic for a main character was exactly my thought.
Also ditto. It's been done, and repetition is bad writing.
Sixty wrote:Obviously the mystery caster has no particular feelings one way or the other about Parson, he simply heard "cue the Benny Hill music" and gave chase, compelled to do so by forces outside his control.
pseudoboo wrote:this feels like its counter to the "units understand orders even if not language" or whatever. he clearly didn't mean charge that far forward and despite his words the dwagon should have known that
effataigus wrote:Between this and his recommendation to bring down the tower, I'm beginning to think that Jack just likes to see rocks fall.
peteratjet wrote:I dunno whether a decrypted Jack would be a good thing, or a very bad thing. In fact, that's the sort of question that deserves a book all to itself
ShinyBrownCoat wrote:What does Jack mean when he says "That's irony, really?"
1) tried to croak JS with their statues, croaked himself
2) something about choosing a blind purple instead of a red dwagon
3) had such an interest in tactics but made such a bad blunder
4) Jack dying in such a pointless way
5) something else I'm stupidly missing but is so obvious to everyone else that no one has commented on it yet?
QuothTheRaven wrote:He was crushed by what looked like a statue of Sylvia, I think.
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