List of Magic Words

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This is an alphabetical list of [[magic#Casting Spells|trigger words]] seen in the comic, and the assumed [[Real World]] reference that the trigger word evokes.
This is an alphabetical list of [[magic#Casting Spells|trigger words]] seen in the comic, and the assumed [[Real World]] reference that the trigger word evokes.
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'''...Aggro''':Used by Wanda Firebaugh to destroy much of Jetstone's airforce, including the [[Archon]] [[Jaclyn]]. References the act of getting a monsters attention in an mmorpg, like a boss. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aggro Aggro]. It is at the end of several nonsense words, full version [http://www.erfworld.com/book-1-archive/?px=%2F095.jpg here]
'''Callahan's''':Used by [[Maggie]] during the link up of [[Sizemore Rockwell]] and Wanda to uncroak the volcano near the end of book one. COULD reference Callahan's Crosstime Saloon, a story where unique people gather in a bar owned by Callahan. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Callahan%27s_Crosstime_Saloon Callahan's]
'''Callahan's''':Used by [[Maggie]] during the link up of [[Sizemore Rockwell]] and Wanda to uncroak the volcano near the end of book one. COULD reference Callahan's Crosstime Saloon, a story where unique people gather in a bar owned by Callahan. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Callahan%27s_Crosstime_Saloon Callahan's]
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'''Crypsis''' Used by [[Jack Snipe]] to hide himself, [[Stanley]] and several dwagons from [[Transylvito]] troops. References camouflage to hide from predators.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crypsis Crypsis].
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'''Crypsis''': Used by [[Jack Snipe]] to hide himself, [[Stanley]] and several dwagons from [[Transylvito]] troops. References camouflage to hide from predators.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crypsis Crypsis].
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'''Ephedra''': Used by Maggie to cure [[Parson]]'s headache. References a herb that is used in Chinese medicine. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ephedra Ephedra]
'''Hoboken''':Used by Maggie in this [http://www.erfworld.com/book-1-archive/?px=%2F133.jpg comic] as an offensive attack, but appears not very powerful. References hadoken from the Dragonball series.
'''Hoboken''':Used by Maggie in this [http://www.erfworld.com/book-1-archive/?px=%2F133.jpg comic] as an offensive attack, but appears not very powerful. References hadoken from the Dragonball series.
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'''Livingstone''': Used by [[Prince Ansom]] to activate a [[Magic_Item#Message_Hats|message hat]] and make a letter appear. It is a reference to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Livingstone#Illness.2C_pain_and_death David Livingstone], who disappeared for six years before reappearing in a town in Tanzania.
'''Livingstone''': Used by [[Prince Ansom]] to activate a [[Magic_Item#Message_Hats|message hat]] and make a letter appear. It is a reference to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Livingstone#Illness.2C_pain_and_death David Livingstone], who disappeared for six years before reappearing in a town in Tanzania.
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'''Pozzolana''': Used by Sizemore to rejuvenate a metal golem that proceeded to kill Webinar and his girlfriend. References a type of volcanic ash. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pozzolana Pozzolana]]
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'''Pozzolana''': Used by Sizemore to rejuvenate a metal golem that proceeded to kill Webinar and his girlfriend. References a type of volcanic ash. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pozzolana Pozzolana]
'''Trioxin''':Used by [[Wanda Firebaugh]] to uncroak jetstone's units that were croaked in the tunnels underneath Gobwin Knob. References a chemical that is related to formaldehyde (preserves flesh). [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trioxin Trioxin]
'''Trioxin''':Used by [[Wanda Firebaugh]] to uncroak jetstone's units that were croaked in the tunnels underneath Gobwin Knob. References a chemical that is related to formaldehyde (preserves flesh). [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trioxin Trioxin]

Revision as of 20:36, 9 May 2009

This is an alphabetical list of trigger words seen in the comic, and the assumed Real World reference that the trigger word evokes.

...Aggro:Used by Wanda Firebaugh to destroy much of Jetstone's airforce, including the Archon Jaclyn. References the act of getting a monsters attention in an mmorpg, like a boss. Aggro. It is at the end of several nonsense words, full version here

Callahan's:Used by Maggie during the link up of Sizemore Rockwell and Wanda to uncroak the volcano near the end of book one. COULD reference Callahan's Crosstime Saloon, a story where unique people gather in a bar owned by Callahan. Callahan's

Crypsis: Used by Jack Snipe to hide himself, Stanley and several dwagons from Transylvito troops. References camouflage to hide from predators.Crypsis.

Ephedra: Used by Maggie to cure Parson's headache. References a herb that is used in Chinese medicine. Ephedra

Hoboken:Used by Maggie in this comic as an offensive attack, but appears not very powerful. References hadoken from the Dragonball series.

Hoffa: Used by Jillian Zamussels to activate a message hat and make a letter disappear[b1-010:9]. It is a reference to Jimmy Hoffa, who mysteriously disappeared in 1975.

Livingstone: Used by Prince Ansom to activate a message hat and make a letter appear. It is a reference to David Livingstone, who disappeared for six years before reappearing in a town in Tanzania.

Pozzolana: Used by Sizemore to rejuvenate a metal golem that proceeded to kill Webinar and his girlfriend. References a type of volcanic ash. Pozzolana

Trioxin:Used by Wanda Firebaugh to uncroak jetstone's units that were croaked in the tunnels underneath Gobwin Knob. References a chemical that is related to formaldehyde (preserves flesh). Trioxin

--Speculation-- (words used in attacks, but may not necessarily be 'magic')

Van de Graaf:Used by Stanley in the fight with Transylvito. It is a very strong attack that sends the Chief Warlord of Transylvito Caesar Borgata, and his bats, which count for heavy infantry thanks to bonuses, flying back. Uses lightning. References the Van de Graaf generators, or, a rock band by the same name. Van de Graaf]

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