Brontosword

From ErfWiki

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(Created page with "=Proposed Canon= Brontoswords are Mount Units used by Goodminton. A brontosword is described as "great lizardly monster", its size as "enormous" and its gait as "flum...")
(added first mentioned)
(3 intermediate revisions not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
=Proposed Canon=
=Proposed Canon=
 +
'''First Mentioned:''' [[IPTSF Text 5]]
 +
Brontoswords are [[Mount]] [[Unit]]s used by [[Goodminton]]. A brontosword is described as "great lizardly monster", its size as "enormous" and its gait as "flumphing".
Brontoswords are [[Mount]] [[Unit]]s used by [[Goodminton]]. A brontosword is described as "great lizardly monster", its size as "enormous" and its gait as "flumphing".
-
Goodminton's [[Chief Warlord]] [[Tommy Firebaugh]] uses a brontosword as his mount.
+
Goodminton's [[Chief Warlord]] [[Tommy Firebaugh]] used a brontosword as his mount, as did his second in command and successor as Chief Warlord, [[Pom Fritz]].
-
=Speculation=
+
Brontoswords take at least 2 [[turn]]s to [[pop]] in a [[Level]] 4 [[City]].
-
Brontoswords take at least 2 [[turn]]s to [[pop]].
+
Brontoswords are [[Heavy Unit]]s.<sup>[[IPTSF Text 11]]</sup>
 +
 
 +
=Speculation=
-
Brontoswords may be [[Heavy Unit]]s.
+
It may be possible to pop plated Brontoswords.
=Real World References=
=Real World References=

Revision as of 10:10, 3 May 2013

Proposed Canon

First Mentioned: IPTSF Text 5

Brontoswords are Mount Units used by Goodminton. A brontosword is described as "great lizardly monster", its size as "enormous" and its gait as "flumphing".

Goodminton's Chief Warlord Tommy Firebaugh used a brontosword as his mount, as did his second in command and successor as Chief Warlord, Pom Fritz.

Brontoswords take at least 2 turns to pop in a Level 4 City.

Brontoswords are Heavy Units.IPTSF Text 11

Speculation

It may be possible to pop plated Brontoswords.

Real World References

Its name seems to be a portmanteau of "brontosaurus" and "sword".

Its way of moving - described as "flumphing" - may refer to a monster from Dungeons and Dragons universe.

Go To:
Personal tools