The Battle for Gobwin Knob - Episode 150

The Battle for Gobwin Knob - Episode 150

Comic - The Battle for Gobwin Knob - Episode 150

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happyturtle wrote:
I think that surprised look is him receiving a Thinkagram from Wanda, as it fits with the text bubble. Also, why would the dwagons already be tame?

Gobwin Knob's cities that are Level Three or higher can pop dwagons.
Thecommander236 wrote:
I still haven't found the old reaction pages on the GitPG forums yet.


Here's some.

Another

Aaaaaand last one.

Most of them probably got purged during the Great Purge some years ago, though. Or...that's what I've heard. I've found a few others at some time.

(I hope some people find these interesting!)
Dark Shadow wrote:
Thecommander236 wrote:
I still haven't found the old reaction pages on the GitPG forums yet.


Here's some.

Another

Aaaaaand last one.

Most of them probably got purged during the Great Purge some years ago, though. Or...that's what I've heard. I've found a few others at some time.

(I hope some people find these interesting!)


While I appreciate the help, you have become Mr. House, so I must also beat you to death with a chair leg.
Golf club.
Oh, I completely missed that Parson started swearing in the last panel of the first book (or I had simply forgotten).

So I was quite surprised by this update.

Is there any theory on how Parson managed to do this ?
Teovald wrote:
Oh, I completely missed that Parson started swearing in the last panel of the first book (or I had simply forgotten).

So I was quite surprised by this update.

Is there any theory on how Parson managed to do this ?

The extra 2 million in Gobwin Knob's treasury has allowed them to afford a swear-jar.
The previous page suggests that he worked up to it by getting angry about the child-unfriendly content that Erfworld does allow him to use, namely blowing up a city full of cute little people.
Where did Stanley get the Hammer? That's a good question.

We know that the hammer normally does not miss. So it's going to be really, *really* hard to kill a warrior attuned to it.

Finding it in ruins is far more likely than killing the previous owner, unless you kill the owner with another arkentool.
The previous owner was probably allergic to nuts, having died by pigeon pie cooked by the hammer.
keybounce wrote:
We know that the hammer normally does not miss.


Except when the target is Fated like Wanda, Jillian or Stanley