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Rock is the highest, most [[Titans|Titanic]] music there is.
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Rock music, according to [[Stanley]], is the highest, most [[Titans|Titanic]] music there is. Stanley also claims "Rocking Out" is better than [[Dance-Fighting]].  
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"Rocking Out" is better than [[Dance-Fighting]].
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These claims may be exaggerations. Book 1 featured one fight between Stanley (Rocking Out) vs. mostly [[Transylvito]] units using show tunes. Stanley's side suffered many losses and had to retreat from the hex under the cover of [[Foolamancy]]. While this incident does not prove that Dance Fighting is superior to Rocking Out, it does demonstrate that Rocking Out forces are still vulnerable to "less Titanic" opponents.
So far, only the [[Arkenhammer]] is known to allow Rocking Out.
So far, only the [[Arkenhammer]] is known to allow Rocking Out.
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Revision as of 15:42, 21 September 2009

Proposed Canon

Rock music, according to Stanley, is the highest, most Titanic music there is. Stanley also claims "Rocking Out" is better than Dance-Fighting.

These claims may be exaggerations. Book 1 featured one fight between Stanley (Rocking Out) vs. mostly Transylvito units using show tunes. Stanley's side suffered many losses and had to retreat from the hex under the cover of Foolamancy. While this incident does not prove that Dance Fighting is superior to Rocking Out, it does demonstrate that Rocking Out forces are still vulnerable to "less Titanic" opponents.

So far, only the Arkenhammer is known to allow Rocking Out.

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