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neko wrote:

In the update from the awakened Arkenpliers' PoV, it states specifically that it draws from the Source. It's a pretty natural assumption that this is also true of the other Arkentools.


Thanks, couldn't remember where the tools being powered by Source came from, it does seem safe to assume all tools have the same base power source.

So, if a word is a point, and a sentence is a line, then a spell should have dimensions too. Arkentool stuff could be different from mortal magic in a similar way a library with 3 dimensions is different from a journal with 3 not-the-same dimensions.

I hope this gets cleared up. It is almost painful being stuck this bad. :?
I am sure someone has an idea - Why can't the collar be CUT off, since Caesar is supposed to be free, by contract?
neko wrote:
Bravo, Rob! NAILED it! :ugeek:


Well, vampires have had always problems when something was AT stake. and so far the deck was STACKED against them.

so good they had a fat ally in Gobling knob, to remove those stakes.
Umbrathor wrote:

Reading that makes me want to give you a hug.

I realize that hugging a fish might be a rather wet and slimy affair, but from extensive experience I can tell you that relationships with men -both real ones and ones where the partners are into one another physically rather than emotionally- are wet and slimy too, sometimes.

Which reminds of the game Coming Out On Top: a dating game, where if the protagonist spurns each and every dating option, he can end up entangled with his pet goldfish instead.

Spoiler: show
Attachment:
The fish.jpg


Consider a hug shared. As to the rest... uhhh I want to play that game but NOT because of the potential for fishplay just because they're really thrashing them tropes.
dwp222 wrote:
I am sure someone has an idea - Why can't the collar be CUT off, since Caesar is supposed to be free, by contract?

Well, nobody has had a chance to try it yet, because events are still unfolding very quickly in Transylvito. In addition to the timing issues, there could be concerns that the collar is still magically trapped to kill the wearer if tampered with. Nobody's quite sure what the collar is, except Bill (brain-dead?) and Charlie.
greycat wrote:
dwp222 wrote:
I am sure someone has an idea - Why can't the collar be CUT off, since Caesar is supposed to be free, by contract?

Well, nobody has had a chance to try it yet, because events are still unfolding very quickly in Transylvito.
Spoiler: show
In addition to the timing issues, there could be concerns that the collar is still magically trapped to kill the wearer if tampered with. Nobody's quite sure what the collar is, except Bill (brain-dead?) and Charlie.

That and the only one in the room with a knife is in the process of being ordered to turn to Charlescomm. And I doubt even Caesar is skilled enough to kick himself in the neck with his shoe-blade.
Nolan wrote:
I wonder if the Wonky Wrench being born of Carnymancy could do something to the collar...


If the portals are any indication, it might turn Caesar into a bunch of little Dorito shapes :P

seanfish wrote:

Also, and because you touched my heart:

When I say:

seanfish wrote:
Parson is a geek who hid in games because real relationships were beyond him


I really mean:

seanfish wrote:
seanfish is a geek who hid in games because real relationships were beyond him


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*pats the fish* You are a good fish.

Umbrathor: Slurpy will never forget what you did. Three second memory be damned yes I know it's a myth but I need my joke dangit.

I'll admit, there are some points of Erfworld I don't care for. I've really grown to detest contracts, for instance; everyone argues about what they mean, it seems we all end up being wrong anyway, or automagical enforcement doesn't work the way we think it does or wish it did, so I don't really bothering worrying about them because the contracts will do what the plot needs it to do ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.

Overall though, I love the story and the world and the characters. I care about these fictional figments of Balder's mind and enjoy seeing them interact with each other and just see them become real.

Maybe on a bit of a tangent, but this Velveteen Bunny sentimentality of mine reminds me of two characters I made for a comic series I did; they were aspects of myself, but I cared about them and loved them as if they were real. And when people liked the comics or the characters, it was like they liked and acknowledged a part of me.

Sorry I don't know where I was going with that, I'm feeling overly wistful and sentimental today for some reason.
Jade wrote:
Umbrathor: Slurpy will never forget what you did. Three second memory be damned yes I know it's a myth but I need my joke dangit.

*caggles* (cackle-giggling, or whatever the word is. Gickles?)

Oh, poor Slurpy. But... this means... you played the game? Or just the teaser. :)

If so, I hope you liked it as much as I did. :twisted:

Jade wrote:

Maybe on a bit of a tangent, but this Velveteen Bunny sentimentality of mine reminds me of two characters I made for a comic series I did; they were aspects of myself, but I cared about them and loved them as if they were real. And when people liked the comics or the characters, it was like they liked and acknowledged a part of me.

Sorry I don't know where I was going with that, I'm feeling overly wistful and sentimental today for some reason.

Well, wherever you were going with it, you definitely deserve a hug too. ;)

Everyone wants to be loved. That goes for characters too.

And yeah, I sooo hope the lovers get brought back together again.
And to life.

If the stained glass window shattering refers to Bunny's body being destroyed automagically…

Me will be saddsh.
seanfish wrote:
Umbrathor wrote:

Reading that makes me want to give you a hug.

I realize that hugging a fish might be a rather wet and slimy affair, but from extensive experience I can tell you that relationships with men -both real ones and ones where the partners are into one another physically rather than emotionally- are wet and slimy too, sometimes.

Which reminds of the game Coming Out On Top: a dating game, where if the protagonist spurns each and every dating option, he can end up entangled with his pet goldfish instead.

Spoiler: show
Attachment:
The fish.jpg


Consider a hug shared. As to the rest... uhhh I want to play that game but NOT because of the potential for fishplay just because they're really thrashing them tropes.

The game was hilarious. It attracted my attention because it was a game with cute guys in it, and I ended up playing it all the way through just for the dialogue and the wacky adventures.

The story may get a bit awkward sometimes if you are not attracted to guys, but you can skip or fast forward those bits. The fun is worth it.
Umbrathor wrote:
Jade wrote:
Umbrathor: Slurpy will never forget what you did. Three second memory be damned yes I know it's a myth but I need my joke dangit.

*caggles* (cackle-giggling, or whatever the word is. Gickles?)

Oh, poor Slurpy. But... this means... you played the game? Or just the teaser. :)

If so, I hope you liked it as much as I did. :twisted:


I did not, but after watching the playthroughs of Dream Daddy, I got recommended some... other types of playthroughs :lol: I don't think I even knew the name of the game until you mentioned it, but that image of the goldfish brought it all back to me. Poor, poor Slurpy.

Umbrathor wrote:
Jade wrote:

Maybe on a bit of a tangent, but this Velveteen Bunny sentimentality of mine reminds me of two characters I made for a comic series I did; they were aspects of myself, but I cared about them and loved them as if they were real. And when people liked the comics or the characters, it was like they liked and acknowledged a part of me.

Sorry I don't know where I was going with that, I'm feeling overly wistful and sentimental today for some reason.

Well, wherever you were going with it, you definitely deserve a hug too. ;)

Everyone wants to be loved. That goes for characters too.


Thank you; it's been a Caesar face on the ground kind of day today.