Rhyme-o-mancy

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The night before the final battle for Gobwin Knob, the troops in the courtyard sing a song insulting Jetstone and Transylvito. Although it had no obvious magical effects, it is the only current example of a possible form of rhyme-o-mancy.{{erf|1|101}}
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There are two times where rhyming takes place in the comic, although neither has obvious magical effects that other displayed magic so far has, and unlike the rhyming when dance fighting, although dancing fighting maybe be a form of stagemancy.  The first example occurs the night before the final battle for Gobwin Knob, when the troops in the courtyard sing a song insulting Jetstone and Transylvito.{{erf|1|101}}It's only effect seems to be angering Prince Ansom and many other coalition members (understandably).
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The second time is when Wanda attacks Ansom when he is alone on top of the wall. {{erf|1|119}} This seems to be spoken mostly to herself, a personal call to arms perhaps, but is possibly a form of intimidation as well as she finishes as she first engages Ansom.
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Revision as of 10:18, 15 June 2009

Contents

Canon

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Proposed Canon

Information

Rhyme-o-mancy is one of the three disciplines of the Magic class Stagemancy; it is aligned with the axis of Numbers.Erf-b1-p038aSame-site.PNG

Abilities

  • As of yet Unknown.

Known Rhyme-o-mancers

As of yet, no known Rhyme-o-mancer has been introduced.

Speculation

There are two times where rhyming takes place in the comic, although neither has obvious magical effects that other displayed magic so far has, and unlike the rhyming when dance fighting, although dancing fighting maybe be a form of stagemancy. The first example occurs the night before the final battle for Gobwin Knob, when the troops in the courtyard sing a song insulting Jetstone and Transylvito.Erf-b1-p101Same-site.PNGIt's only effect seems to be angering Prince Ansom and many other coalition members (understandably). The second time is when Wanda attacks Ansom when he is alone on top of the wall. Erf-b1-p119Same-site.PNG This seems to be spoken mostly to herself, a personal call to arms perhaps, but is possibly a form of intimidation as well as she finishes as she first engages Ansom.

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