Book 3 - Page 216

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Arky wrote:
M1rth wrote:
I'm rooting for Bunny and Squeezy to take over Transylvito.


Aren't we all?


I'm not. How many royal kings remain?
King Don, King Tramennis & Queen Jillian are the few major characters that remain. (that we actively see, there are others)

Caesar is loosely linked to royalty, but not like a prince, so if he takes over, the story looses the remaining old school king. I'm wondering if there isn't a curve ball still to be thrown? If Caesar kills Vanna out of his obligation as chief warlord, then frees King Don from orders... well, I'm no predictamancer and can't see what will happen next.

And Parson is still in the room... something awesome may come from that noggin on his shoulders, or he may see something gut wrenching happen next. >:(
Arky wrote:
See, that might happen in Gunnerkrigg Court because Tom Siddell is the world champion of intentionally (and hilariously) trolling his readers, but I can't see it happening here, because it wouldn't be hilarious, it would actually be infuriating :evil:
Dozens of forum posters suddenly change their signatures to "We're Coming for You, Rob Balder"... it'd be like the Fast Zombie Apocalypse, only with irked fans instead of the undead. He'd have to beat them back with a club.
Melendwyr wrote:
Dozens of forum posters suddenly change their signatures to "We're Coming for You, Rob Balder"... it'd be like the Fast Zombie Apocalypse, only with irked fans instead of the undead. He'd have to beat them back with a club.


Would that be a fan-club?
UristMcRandom wrote:
Melendwyr wrote:
Dozens of forum posters suddenly change their signatures to "We're Coming for You, Rob Balder"... it'd be like the Fast Zombie Apocalypse, only with irked fans instead of the undead. He'd have to beat them back with a club.


Would that be a fan-club?

God Damn It, Barb

Edit: and now I'm mixing my references because I'm hopping between 2 sites, also, hey nice name
NoteToUrist wrote:
UristMcRandom wrote:
Melendwyr wrote:
Dozens of forum posters suddenly change their signatures to "We're Coming for You, Rob Balder"... it'd be like the Fast Zombie Apocalypse, only with irked fans instead of the undead. He'd have to beat them back with a club.


Would that be a fan-club?

God Damn It, Barb

Edit: and now I'm mixing my references because I'm hopping between 2 sites, also, hey nice name


Hey thanks, you too!
I think today is a good day to introduce "Bowwoman Allie" from Warchalking (Gobwin Knob)by letting us see her perspective and thoughts on the standing order not to harm Jillian, should she come.
Don's behavior since Bea's death has been so woefully self-destructive that it feels like his only goal is to manufacture his own noble death just so he could see her again.

Also, the bitterness in panel 5 is palpable. Amazing work. He really seems to be reflecting on everything Don has done to him, himself, and his side since Uniroyal.
O.K. there's a certain menace going on here.
lordfisch wrote:
Noobamancer wrote:
This sounds a bit silly, but the other explanations for why he can enter the MK is that he's either an actual caster and doesn't know it (actually a possibility considering that he doesn't seem to know his own stats, and noone else can see them either), or that fate actually bends the rules and lets him enter the MK despite not being a caster. To my inner GM, it sounds easier to say he "counts as a signamancer" than "portly geeks from Ohio are the exception to the whole only-casters-can-enter-portals" thing.

I wouldn't be so specific as to say "portly geeks from Ohio" - I think it would suffice to say "summoned beings from other dimensions." But Parson skirts a lot of the rules and abilities.

He also emulates a lot of others. It only seems like he's a Signamancer because he emulates some of those abilities. It only seems like he's a Mathamancer because his watch is from the 1980's. It only seems like he's a Weirdomancer because he can learn new specials. It only seems like he's a Titan because he can change terrain types and move off-turn and escape prison at night. But I wouldn't say he is any of those things.

The Signamancy thing is just the most prominent because the whole of Erfworld is a bad pun, and he's wising up to that. But there's no way we don't discover more ways he's alien to this world that have nothing to do with Signamancy.


I figured he was a Signamancer because he's a web comic artist?
Ansan Gotti wrote:
Coup! Coup! Coup! Coup! Coup! Coup! Coup!

That's seven. Yep, I'm counting coup.

*ba-dum-tish*

(And, I think Bunny has to do the deed. String cutting, anyone?)


Don's Plan was doomed to failure either by Fate or chance. He set-up everything so perfectly for Bunny to off him. For him to believe the Fallen Titan and Resurrected Hero crap so easily, it would not be surprising if it was confirmed that he had gone mad.