Book 2 - Page 2

Book 2 - Page 2
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gameboy1234 wrote:
or maybe that magic items can't be destroy and don't take damage

TBFGK p150 would disagree with that.
The DDR display was the Archons using Foolmancy + Dancefighting + Leadership to grant Ansom the ability to lead the RCC troops in the Dance Fight it wasn't a standard contract option, but Ansom knew to ask for it.
Maybe Erfworlders have some kind of "equipment space" that they can store items in, but I'm not sure why the carpet would have returned there after he died.

I'm hedging on they have an "equipment space" but that the carpet was destroyed and it was remade for him either by a twoll or maybe purchased from the Magic Kingdom like Maggies suit with his own funds because of a preference for that mount.
anyone else curious why Parson likes to move his bracer between arms?
That's just his normal armor bracer in the panel with Bogroll.
Also seen here http://www.erfworld.com/book-1-archive/?px=%2F144.jpg
gameboy1234 wrote:
Scipion wrote:
I wonder if a twoll fabricated a new rug-mount for Ansom. He's had it since they took over Warchalking... I suppose it's possible it just fluttered around a bit during the raging explosion of fire and brimstone O . o



I'm assuming the rug is a "part" of Ansom. Like some special heroes have equipment like a special sword or mount listed on their character sheet. That equipment just "goes with" the character, it's always around.

Your ideas are good too. In fact now I'm more dubious of my supposition. But if the explosion destroyed flying Archons and not the rug, that would imply that the carpet has a really huge number or hit points, or maybe that magic items can't be destroy and don't take damage.

Hmm, the latter now seems somewhat more likely to me. Like Jillian's magic hat the time she was captured (in book 1). Jillian got munched on by a dwagon, but her hat took no (apparent) damage.


It seems to be part of him or a familiar which can be decrypted with him so he has a decrypted carpet :o... or it just was blown away and was just flying away from GK before the eruption then came back when Ansom was decrypted :roll:.
Crarites wrote:
anyone else curious why Parson likes to move his bracer between arms?


Probably because during battle, it would be hard to type with the hand holding your sword. Not sure if he always had it switched during the fight, though.
SteveMB wrote:
Scott Frantz wrote:
Well, the original rug, at least, seemed to have some Foolamancy ability (The DDR display). That and the flying ability seems outside the realm of mere Fabrication

The DDR display was something the Archons did (note that Ansom flew up to talk to them just before the it went up). That said, the flying is presumably a magic effect that does not fall within the scope of Fabrication.
Oh, wait, I see. I never noticed the Archons below the carpet before. I took from that summer update that the Archons were merely aiding Ansom's dance fight leading with their Mario Paint displays. D'oh.
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TBFGK p150 would disagree with that.
I was under the impression that the glowing sparkles from that skull thing mean the sword is alive and well, or at least the magic is alive and well. Artifacts are harder to destroy than it seems. And yeah, I would definitly say that sword is artifact-level, what if Ansom was wielding it now how much more screwed would the coalition be know? Dance-Fight+Leadership+Swordleadership+Artifact+Wanda
SteveMB wrote:
Scott Frantz wrote:
Well, the original rug, at least, seemed to have some Foolamancy ability (The DDR display). That and the flying ability seems outside the realm of mere Fabrication

The DDR display was something the Archons did (note that Ansom flew up to talk to them just before the it went up). That said, the flying is presumably a magic effect that does not fall within the scope of Fabrication.

And later on one can see an archon floating over each column of arrows.