Luckamancy Charms

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''Luckamancy charms: They're Tragically Malicious!''
''Luckamancy charms: They're Tragically Malicious!''
==Proposed Canon==
==Proposed Canon==
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Luckamancy Charms is the cereal that Parson is given when Gobwin Knob's turn began.{{erf|1|106}}
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Luckamancy Charms was a [[Stupid Meal]]. They were [[Parson]]'s [[Ration]]s on [[Turn]] 8.{{erf|1|106}}
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It held the tip of the sword, completing it and bestowing 'Leadership, combat and ruthlessness'.  
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The box contained a prize, the third and final piece of [[Parson's Sword]] -- the foible (the pointy end of the blade that hurts things).
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==Speculation==
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On the front of the box was shown [[Hamstard]], a white blobby or ghostly form, and an example of a bowl of the cereal with the Mathamancy Gauntlet, the 3d glasses and the sword (completed) in the cereal like marshmallow bits.
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On the front, it held an example of a bowl of the cereal, with the Mathamancy Gauntlet, the 3d glasses and the sword (completed). It also showed [[Hamstard]] with a green Irish hat with a clover in it. The back held a maze transposed on a volcano (Gobwin knob's location) with a green [[dwagon]] flying nearby.
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As the box "contains a full day's supply of Luckamancy", it may have bestowed Luckamancy on Parson, but, since the Stupid Meals didn't bestow stupidity on Parson, it may be assumed that it did nothing beyond satisfying Parson's hunger.
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The back of the box (pictured) consisted of a maze transposed on a volcano similar to Gobwin Knob with a green [[dwagon]] flying nearby.
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=Real World References=
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==Speculation==
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It is similar to Lucky Charms, a popular cereal.
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The box claimed that it "contains a full day's supply of Luckamancy", and Parson later acted on the assumption that it conferred to him Luckamancy, trying to cast a Luckamancy spell on Bogroll before sending him on a suicidal mission. There was no evidence of successful casting.
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==Real World References==
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This Stupid Meal is based on Lucky Charms, a cereal consisting of oat-based rings and marshmallow bits in various colours and shapes with a "luck" theme -- green clovers, purple horseshoes, yellow stars, etc. The mascot is Lucky, a leprechaun: it is this character that Hamstard mocks in his green hat.
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Latest revision as of 01:41, 26 July 2009

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Luckamancy charms: They're Tragically Malicious!

[edit] Proposed Canon

Luckamancy Charms was a Stupid Meal. They were Parson's Rations on Turn 8.Erf-b1-p106Same-site.PNG

The box contained a prize, the third and final piece of Parson's Sword -- the foible (the pointy end of the blade that hurts things).

On the front of the box was shown Hamstard, a white blobby or ghostly form, and an example of a bowl of the cereal with the Mathamancy Gauntlet, the 3d glasses and the sword (completed) in the cereal like marshmallow bits.

The back of the box (pictured) consisted of a maze transposed on a volcano similar to Gobwin Knob with a green dwagon flying nearby.

[edit] Speculation

The box claimed that it "contains a full day's supply of Luckamancy", and Parson later acted on the assumption that it conferred to him Luckamancy, trying to cast a Luckamancy spell on Bogroll before sending him on a suicidal mission. There was no evidence of successful casting.

[edit] Real World References

This Stupid Meal is based on Lucky Charms, a cereal consisting of oat-based rings and marshmallow bits in various colours and shapes with a "luck" theme -- green clovers, purple horseshoes, yellow stars, etc. The mascot is Lucky, a leprechaun: it is this character that Hamstard mocks in his green hat.

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