Talk:Flower Power

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In LIAB 3, Warlord Ansom's armor during the Parley with his brothers has the typical skull symbol of Wanda Firebaugh, with a flower. Could this be of any significance?
In LIAB 3, Warlord Ansom's armor during the Parley with his brothers has the typical skull symbol of Wanda Firebaugh, with a flower. Could this be of any significance?
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:Disregard (and possibly delete). The Skull and Flower combination is Wanda Firebaugh's symbol.

Revision as of 18:07, 5 November 2009

Speculation and Discussion

Taken from the Magical Speculation thread in the forums:

  • calm hostilities
  • possibly literal plant magic

In LIAB 3, Warlord Ansom's armor during the Parley with his brothers has the typical skull symbol of Wanda Firebaugh, with a flower. Could this be of any significance?

Disregard (and possibly delete). The Skull and Flower combination is Wanda Firebaugh's symbol.


Element and Axis

Flower Power is Hippiemancy, the magic of Life and Matter. It is aligned to the axis of Erf. It is concerned with Matter (Stuff) and Life on Erf, so it provides the Stuff of Life on Erf. (Plants) It can also be described as the abscence of Motion on Erf, or stillness, quiet; peace on Erf. Flower Power's antithesis of Motion leads to a loss of a sense of time known as "Flaking," such is the peace and stillness. Commander I. Heartly Noah June 3 2009

FLower Power Real World

Noah, can you back that claim the term began with the placing of flowers in guns? I'm pretty sure it goes right back to the Haight0Ashbury early days. It really became household in the battle of parkland with Ronald Reagan, from what I've seen. I can't find anything that says it began with the flower-gun thing. --Kreistor 01:37, 2 July 2009 (UTC)

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