Book 3 - Page 90

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Book 3 - Page 90
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Lipkin wrote:
What if Charlie managed to croak Stanley like her threatened, and he seized the Hammer?


Then I guess Wanda would found a side called Goodminton or something.
DJVladn8r wrote:
Is it just me, or does the art look different for this page?


It does look different because Rob and I experimented and changed our process a bit on this page.
Beeskee wrote:
..and yeah Wanda is a b****. Maybe Parson will convince her to actually join the side.


Oh yeah, I forgot to add b**** nits to my example rant.

Lipkin wrote:
If Chief Caster had more authority, I'm sure Parson would have made Maggie chief caster by now. She's practically his Consigliere already. Since he hasn't, I assume the CC doesn't do much.


At this point, just assume I'm defending the Chief Caster position. I think Parson doesn't get to appoint CC, I think Stanley does andStanley would pick Wanda due to her strength and experience. Plus Wanda is higher level and way more experienced in combat. Maggie is the closest GK has to the intelligence officer. Generally you don't put your spy master in a very public office like that. Still, I still argue that the chief caster gives bonuses to units they "produce". I assume that is why Wanda gives a side-wide bonus to the decrypted.
Free Radical wrote:
Hey, is that spaceman the last of Unaroyal's ex-Casters, Bowie the Changeamancer? (Referencing Space Oddity, of course.)


Nope! He's from a classic sci-fi movie.
Dhahn wrote:
Free Radical wrote:
Hey, is that spaceman the last of Unaroyal's ex-Casters, Bowie the Changeamancer? (Referencing Space Oddity, of course.)


Nope! He's from a classic sci-fi movie.


Which... one?
Thecommander236 wrote:
Dhahn wrote:
Free Radical wrote:
Hey, is that spaceman the last of Unaroyal's ex-Casters, Bowie the Changeamancer? (Referencing Space Oddity, of course.)


Nope! He's from a classic sci-fi movie.


Which... one?


I would like it to be the urban spaceman.
https://youtu.be/DmrSBdX3yk0?t=1m16s
Thecommander236 wrote:
Oh yeah, I forgot to add b**** nits to my example rant.


It was still an impressive rant. :D I have no idea if it would get through to her but the raw shockamancy might help.

Dhahn wrote:
It does look different because Rob and I experimented and changed our process a bit on this page.


It looks good. :)

Dark Shadow wrote:
To do that he'd have to enlist Fate or something...

Oh, wait... :D


It's time for Parson to rock.


I'm looking forward to Monday's update.
Mad Humanist wrote:
I would like it to be the urban spaceman.
https://youtu.be/DmrSBdX3yk0?t=1m16s


That song gave me the most mellow smile. Thank you for that.

Beeskee wrote:
Thecommander236 wrote:
Oh yeah, I forgot to add b**** nits to my example rant.


It was still an impressive rant. :D I have no idea if it would get through to her but the raw shockamancy might help.


Thank you. I'm not sure if Wanda would be my first target of that. I think that if I was on Erf, then the attack on the column right after Jillian destroyed Leroy, Manpower, and the dwagons would draw one of those out of me. As in Toma's story, I would put the units in the same hex, but I would have had Maggie unlock my memories of Rock music lyrics and rhythms and sang through Manpower for the bonus. I would be so Pisces if I lost any ways. Plus it would throw Stanley off before he exploded at me.
Thecommander236 wrote:
Dhahn wrote:
Free Radical wrote:
Hey, is that spaceman the last of Unaroyal's ex-Casters, Bowie the Changeamancer? (Referencing Space Oddity, of course.)


Nope! He's from a classic sci-fi movie.


Which... one?


The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951). He's modeled after Klaatu.
Windscion wrote:
"Elf-fulfilling prophecy" -- good one Jack.

urgh. yeah. I do so love puns. The ones I hate most are the best. ;-)