That's not a very flattering picture of Jack. --Welf von Ehrwald 13:03, 15 May 2009 (UTC)
- :) ... but it shows him being a fool. Anyway, I added another one. --Raphfrk 13:57, 15 May 2009 (UTC)
- The new one isn't helping. That's the "nobody will hear you scream here" look. What about this one? --Welf von Ehrwald 13:43, 16 May 2009 (UTC)
I added in a real world reference for King Lears the fool, but I think I worded it lousy. perchance someone could edit it and make it look proper?
- Made an edit, with full references. Not sure if the phrasing is any better :). --Raphfrk 16:00, 6 July 2009 (UTC)
Anybody else think the riddles listed are the least riddle-like things Jack has said?
- Hmm.. Parson reffered to the names/fools/triagnles one as a riddle. Although technically those are all just gnomic statements.--Paper Golem 02:03, 2 October 2009 (UTC)
Well, "Fashions change, my good Lord, the taking of prisoners is passe. Skulls are the new shackles. But black still goes with anything." is about the most strightforward things he's said, across the board.Jerichothebard 22:26, 14 October 2009 (UTC)
some of the summer update links are broken
 Another possible real-world reference
Jack Sparrow. Both have a bird for a last name, both employ...unusual methods, and both have a tendency for talking in a confusing manner. (Also, they've both died once and "survived", with help. And seem to like their hats.)
Also, Jack met Wanda long before Faq: they met while she was still at Goodminton, but used a "Distraction Beast" to get he and Marie away so as to not mess with any Predictions.