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Free Talk / Re: I confess
« on: June 13, 2012, 07:07:33 am »
;) I've met two forumites so far, why don't you visit Umber?

I confess I miss skype calls and the ideas of a meetup
There were skype meetups?

Everybody! on skype at same for google+ and I've got viber on +61403502467.

The blasted microphone is screwed on my iPhone for some reason.  Gotta find my bluetooth headset or just get of my arse and get the phone swapped.

There's nothing like a woman wearing a teddy.

I'll surely have to make an attempt at replication sometime next week.

Grats Smiles, you've brought sexy back!

They are the knights that say THREE!

Free Talk / Re: A little pit of rage
« on: June 13, 2012, 06:54:28 am »
The point of having kids is likely different for everyone.  Some are certainly big on the while passing your genes thing.  I was personally always happy to adopt and liked the idea of maybe adoption and my own kids or just adoption as we were facing some issues with having children for a little while there.  My wife wasn't keen on it though.  Her mother was adopted and I think that all the issues she seems to go though or have gone through affected my wife a bit.

I personally looked forward to raising kids.  I enjoyed teaching my nephews various tricks when they were younger babies and am known for getting them to roll... I was very much looking forward to that with my daughter but she suddenly figured it out by herself much earlier than expected :( *lol*. I love the play and she giggles like a mad hatter and I'm looking forward to other games as she gets older.

Still, I'm one of those people who enjoys sitting down and watching ants at work and such so I love seeing all the little bits of progress Evelyn makes as I find it very fascinating and have certainly come to love the personality she's developed.  I've watched as she's learned to roll one way then the other, shuffle forward before learning to crawl up on her arms, pick up objects and test them first with taste, then interest in texture followed by the investigation of shaking it, hitting it against the floor and finally holding two objects and banging them together.  She once used to simply take objects and drop them when bored but suddenly started to return them to their origin (in this case, my shirt pocket pens), then there was not only taking objects apart but trying to put them back together.  When blocked from an object she once used to happily just keep trying to get to it until bored but now she's gained the understanding that she's been purposely restricted and will whine about it instead.  There's the talking with simple words and then the first association of a word with something rather than just repeating whats heard (in this case the word "clap" will cause her to clap).  Eating solids and trying different foods, working out what she likes and doesn't like and seeing the reactions.

Maybe it has something to do with my childhood as well.  While I have experiences that are best forgotten, I had and have a very good relationship with my parents and have fond memories of them bringing me up.  I also have memories of my parents really enjoying raising me, particularly my father who will come to an outing like my wife's 30th and spend the majority of it away from the adults and playing with his 4 year old grandson (my nephew) in the designated kids area.  Knowing how much my parents enjoyed raising us is very likely one of the big things contributing to my desire to raise children, in the hope of experiencing the same joys.

I'm personally enjoying parenthood from the downs to the ups, but I can still sit here with the understanding that its not for everyone and that I don't need to push others to do it because I think they're missing out or anything silly.  For a variety of reasons people choose to have kids and for a variety of reasons that could be their own childhood, future goals, desired lifestyle or simply a lack of interest, other people choose to not have children.  And I neither see anything wrong with that or believe it to be a big deal.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 33: Discussion
« on: June 12, 2012, 08:09:41 am »
She noted to Suspira/Inverness in front of Regina that she was in a committed relationship.  I sort of presumed that they've had lots of talks over time and she's discussed this with her.  I guess I'm just not really convinced that Regina is necessarily gay or even bisexual.  I could be wrong and there's certainly been heaps of speculation about Regina and Maytag for ages, but I don't personally think it'll go anywhere.

Free Talk / Re: A little pit of rage
« on: June 12, 2012, 07:42:37 am »
You get population booms in the wild but they're generally either sorted out by an equal boom in predators or a starvation from lack of resources which leads to fierce competition and generally less breeding from the stressful situation.  There are certain animals that supposedly reduce or cease their mating in a crowded situation for reasons believed to relate to pheromones but beyond that there are rodents like the Lemmings that frequently experience population booms and solve it with a mass suicide (not something I'd recommend for humanity).

I think the real problem of humans isn't so much that we've overpopulated to a point that the planet can't feed us yet, its that we're capable of drawing resources so efficiently and to such an extent that we draw on the resources of other creatures with steady populations and this means they are suddenly overpopulated for what they can take and suffer.  By the time we're drawing on enough of the Earth's resources that its really a worry for us, there isn't likely to be much of any other animals left bar those who have learned to rely on us for food to a good extent (rats, pigeons, ibis, domesticated creatures, etc).

When I told him he has three sons out of which at least one will probably have kids, he said it's not the same when it's boys.
(Apparently grandchildren only count if they come specifically from your daughter's uterus.)
Well... I guess a mother is GENERALLY closer to the children (particularly when the kids are younger) and thus will keep them in better contact with her parents than the father's.  There are differences, certainly, but I can't imagine I'd get hung up if Evelyn decided to never have kids and I had boys who did.

I think I'd regard the choice to have kids when you want them at least as selfish as not having them when you don't.  You don't have kids for the kid's sake, they're not even in existence *LOL*.  People could probably only argue for selflessness if they wanted kids but choose not to have them for population or other reasons (inability to provide, etc) or they can have kids but adopt instead.  And really, I don't see anything wrong with being a bit selfish and having what you want in life, particularly a big commitment like having and raising a child for something like 18 years.

Like I said, I think they almost feel confronted by someone's choice to not have children as it feels like it somehow collides with their choice to have children.  I guess it falls into a lot of things with people going outside normal society's expectations.  Women are supposed to (and arguably, generally do) dream of their wedding day and having children, etc.  So if you don't believe in marriage or even relationships, they feel like you're bringing down the whole system as they know it to be.

RAGE!!!: overpopulation... We had Dick Smith here in Australia, make a decent push for it in the last election and its all but forgotten now.  He desperately tried to explain that if you've got a chair coming into a house every day, it doesn't matter if you work to shift them from the more crowded rooms to the less crowded, the problem is still that you have a chair coming in every day.  Yet people still carried on about how Australia has plenty of resources and can take plenty more immigrants, etc... THATS JUST MOVING THE FURNITURE IN THE SAME HOUSE TO A DIFFERENT ROOM!

That was the real problem.  It was seen as an argument against immigration and refugees which was a sensitive topic at the time.  The white supremest mobs sort of jumped on it and tainted the whole discussion.  One great solution is that the selfishness really works.  For a little while, we actually had a negative population growth due to low birth-rate in Australia.  Most women were working in decent earning jobs, there wasn't a lot of government aid for parents (paid maternity leave, child-care assistance, etc) so many people just couldn't afford it or weren't willing to take the drop in lifestyle to have them.  Even then, they had fewer on average.  Now all the benefits are in and we have another baby boom.

Free Talk / Re: I confess
« on: June 12, 2012, 04:01:43 am »
@UIS: I confess... You should be:

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 33: Discussion
« on: June 12, 2012, 03:51:15 am »
Yeah, not sure if it was meant to but it did have a touch of the creepy for some reason.  I guess it's a bit of a dreamy, happy look.  Regina bashes on herself so much along with a number of others over time and here's Maytag who just pours on the complements and encouragement she's likely been starved of for a long time.

I don't think she's entertaining romantic feelings towards Maytag.  She almost certainly knows she's a lesbian and in a committed relationship with Bern so I don't think she'd want to jeopardize that for Maytag, but I do think she's loves Maytag like a wonderful big sister... and then Melter strikes *lol*

nope :(
hmm well they work for me. *shrugs* i'm naked now too so let me retry...

can you see me now?  ;D
I think you're linking from your gmail, hotmail, yahoo-mail or something.  So it'd work for you either because you're logged into the mail site or because it's "cached" from you opening it earlier.  You'd have to upload the files to something like photobucket, flickr, dropbox, etc.

Makes me wonder how many more photos you've posted over the years that we've missed because of this *lol*

003... 'cos 2's not really company

Free Talk / Re: The Chat Thread
« on: June 12, 2012, 03:37:11 am »
Yeah, I'm planning to try and make daily visits with a few posts each day to rekindle the activity a bit.  I figure that once others start to come back and see decent levels of activity, they'll hang in for more.

@UIS: An hour away can be a bummer for a counselor.  I'd really recommend the books if you have to time to read them and work through them yourself.  But yes to the idea of not putting it off as well.  This is likely something thats been working its way in for a long time and I certainly wished I'd taken action sooner when I finally did and worked out a conclusion.  We probably had serious unresolved/uncommunicated issues for about 3 years that I left to stagnate and it was the same for my parents.  It can be painful and dramatic to bring the whole thing to a head and lay all the cards on the table but its one of those things like taking of a band-aide.  Write it down for yourself, really get down to the core of the things that are bugging and bothering you, book time aside to discuss and then do it.  If you can get at least one session with a counselor to start you off, that'd likely be best and then set time aside once or twice a week to privately discuss it between yourselves, review and just keep making progress until you've arrived at a compromise which benefits you both or a conclusion that such a compromise is not reasonably possible.

Good luck mate.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 33: Discussion
« on: June 11, 2012, 08:06:59 am »
I guess Regina became spontaneously impressed.  More difficult to detect since even the person doesn't know they're really going to burst out like that.  Regina was always impressed by Maytag's wild behaviour and bravery but this is showing it to be more like a shut-off valve to all emotion.  Everyone Maytag has known has been scared or turned-off by it which is why she invented her emotional sides.

This could also be Maytag auto-switching back to her emotional self and creating the reaction of surprise to Regina's outburst.

I've often wondered if Maytag's ability is actually a sort of curse like Moss' but without a really visible element (unless red eyes is the give-away).

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 33: Discussion
« on: June 08, 2012, 09:50:15 pm »
Ok, I just got to say, I hope I'm not the only one who finds "Robot May" creepy.
Heavens no.  But I think thats part of the point.  People find this personality of hers too cold and detached.

time for some fun naked piccies of me again!

Oh cruel world that would keep those links from resolving to images *cry*


Free Talk / Re: The Chat Thread
« on: June 08, 2012, 09:29:29 pm »
Yeah, diabetes caused it for him so he's had ups and downs.  Its a real problem since he can't just get prescription glasses to fix it since his sight can vary daily.  Depression has got him quite a bit as well from it all.

The girl who inspired the main character for him has been battling cancer for quite sometime, but she's apparently through the worst of it and, while still having more battles to face, is on the road to recovery.  He's writing this new story for her.

I do love how Chelsea (main character) isn't some supermodel but a real woman with curves.  She faces all sorts of epic level problems and doesn't get through it without the mental scaring.  Yet he also makes sure she faces more mundane world issues and pulls it all off quite well with some good humour to boot.

The first page is up so spread the word and welcome him back.

Wearing my work clothes... and a dressing gown over top... Its bloody cold.

You can certainly have non-erotic nude art.  Could depend on what you define with the word "sexual" as to if all nudity is that though.  Certainly I think gender is quite obviously conveyed and emphasized more than a similar art piece without nudity would be.  It really depends what the artist is trying to convey in a shot and what they successfully convey.  As always, art is a subjective thing and just because most of us wouldn't interpret a certain nude art as non-erotic doen't mean that there isn't someone who might find it alluring and arousing.

Free Talk / Re: The Chat Thread
« on: June 07, 2012, 03:13:38 am »
@Brillig: Didn't you guys just host the State Of Origin for the first time?

ALL:  Jamie Robertson, artist of webcomic Clan Of The Cats is making a comeback!

I've been a fan of this comic for years.  Janie has fought bouts of blindness over the years to keep going but it's gotten the better of him for the past few years.  Never-The-Less he's planning a short story this June 8th to try and come back into the groove.  I'd greatly appreciate the effort of anyone here who took the time to hop on over there and cheer this battler on with some encouragement.

Flipside Discussion / Re: The Criticism Thread
« on: June 07, 2012, 02:26:44 am »
I remembered this quote I made below when your backgrounds came into question.

Every now and then I see an entire page, like page 14 of chapter 26, where there are no backgrounds and the whole thing feels a bit empty.  Even if its only a single panel with just a few basic lines, showing a wall, floor of item of furniture, it just seems to give so much more to the entire page.

Also, animals.  Not enough of them or fantasy animals/creatures/monsters.  Seriously, what happened to Maxmillian?

I only checked back through the last few chapters, not all the way back to Chapter 26, but the closest I came was page 19 of Chapter 31 and really it was only 5 panels and you needed a focus on the expressions of the characters.  Page 21 of that chapter had it as well but the immediate page preceding it was choc full of background, so read in a sitting I don't think it'd feel out of place.  almost every page actually had at least one panel with detailed background and many had more or like the recent Chapter 33 pages 6-8 you have at least a few lines indicating the pool edge and the water in almost every panel, so it's not really empty.

I'm just always amazed at how you seem to understand the layout of your homes and scenery so that even if we haven't seen it for ages, it still matches up perfectly.  Vajra's house was a particularly good one.  I remember working at it a while back to figure out the layout and it all fit in with every view of rooms and even the view from outside.

The main place I recall scenery panels with text bubbles used on a regular basis was Elfen Lied such as this page:  Its a poor example since there's some drama occurring but I do recall that there were pages of characters doing nothing but talking out their feelings in a park and every now and then it would just have a smaller panel of only a section of scenery with some speech bubble/s in it... Here's a sort of example in the first (top right) panel.

Free Talk / Re: A little pit of rage
« on: June 06, 2012, 01:28:53 pm »
Oh hell yes. Don't get me started.  They'd get in your face about how you don't know what you're missing out on.  Again, probably people who had kids early so they've got no idea what they're missing out on without kids.

If I had to theorize I'd say they simply can't imagine someone without the desire to have children and immediately presume that there's something wrong with them and that they need fixing or convincing.  Heck, maybe they feel like you diminish or invalidate their choice to have children for some reason.

Really, if you don't want kids, there's nothing wrong in not having them.  At a VERY technical level, I suppose you could argue that there is something wrong with someone who doesn't wish to reproduce since thats one of the primary functions of nearly all creatures and a species which doesn't would simply die out, but humans are vastly complex and complicated beyond the base instincts and urges.

We're not all automatically great parents and we won't automatically love parenting if we have children.  Granted, the majority probably do and granted, if someone who didn't want children mistakenly had or gained them and decided to raise them there's a good chance they may well be good at it and/or grow to enjoy it.  Its even possible that someone who doesn't want children may change their minds in the future.  But there are plenty of parents who think they'd be good at parenting and end up being terrible, and there are some who end up wishing they'd never had children.

I wouldn't say that people who don't want children are right not to have them 'cos they'd more than likely make bad parents.  If anything I'd say they have a better chance of making good parents since they go into it without any high expectations that can be dashed or the idea that they'll just automatically be great parents.  But its individuals choices and IMHO the decision to have children is bigger than the decision of marriage.  You can get divorced and move on but its much harder to abandon a child, even with adoption.

Flipside Discussion / Re: The Criticism Thread
« on: June 06, 2012, 01:06:24 pm »
I do think you're very good at background work though.  Something I've seen in Anime here and there are sudden panels that focus on a portion of the background either to show time passing or to just explore the scenery a bit while the characters are doing some undramatic talking.  It can be great to have just one panel such as that in a page with a lot of small headshot panels to remind the reader of where they are in the page and can give some variance without over dramatising the scene as you're concerned about with too many angles on the headshots.  I think it just sets the whole scene and feel of the page much better but to be honest I think you've actually done an awesome job of including a lot of background for quite sometime now.

The only other thing I can think is the use of flashbacks or flashovers to other people and scenes as they're discussed or diagrams such as the strategy against Danzig or the portal idea.  I think you've been including all those in the places it's necessary, but if you feel a page might be a bit bland and the characters are discussing character you can flashover (rather than back) to the character as he or she is being talked about and possibly get a bit if background variety depending on their location at the time.  Only example I can think of is Suspira/Inverness as Crest and Maytag were discussing their sleeping arrangement but admittedly you only had 1.5 pages of that conversation.

On the water rising.  I think I get what you're indicating.  She didn't exactly rise slowly out of the water but she didn't do some jumping thrust and fling back of the hair.  It was a quick but not dramatic rise and I agree the water probably needed a bit more movement but if you were to look at the hair, maybe just her fringe a bit and possibly dip the back of the hair in a bit rather than the straight line down that it has in that panel or having the hair completely rushing over her shoulder.

Free Talk / Re: A little pit of rage
« on: June 06, 2012, 12:14:48 pm »
Parents who tell you that you don't understand life, know hard work or some other such crap until you have kids.  Worst is when they tell you that your life will completely change when you have them.. If you're someone without kids and a parent tells you this, tell 'em to go fuck themselves.

Many of these people had kids very early in life and have little or no idea of what life is like without kids to be able to comment and compare their situation to yours or anyone currently going through life without kids.  I'm in my 30's with my 1st child and I can say that it is not completely guaranteed to upturn your life.  Certainly for some it can and will but really, when they just treat you like you're somehow ignorant and outside some special club... Tell 'em to shove it up their arse!

Certainly, at a certain level and to a certain extent your life is different.  How can it not be.  But if you see that smug expression of superiority on their face as they talk you down for having no offspring you should seriously consider putting your fist in it (foot if you can kick that high).

Free Talk / Re: I confess
« on: June 06, 2012, 11:42:36 am »
I confess I went through much of the same stuff.  Its difficult to imagine some of the things that depressed me in my even my early 20's let alone through my teens.  I sort of shake my head at myself and wonder how I was ever so upset or concerned about things I now regard as trivial.

I'm can only imagine how my parents may have felt about them and wonder how I'll feel as Evelyn/Bunny goes through that age and tries to express to me many fears, worries and concerns that I likely experienced and now dismiss.  I guess I'll just need to remember and imagine what I needed at the time to make it through those years and provide as best I can.

I confess that my understanding and outlook on life has completely changed for me as early as my mid 20's (I'm now 31).  Certainly things have changed since my mid 20's but before then I feel like I was a dramatically different person.

@Razzly:  I think its always a bonus and almost relief to have a correct diagnosis.  Its not just about being correctly counseled and medicated, its like you get a better understanding of your own behaviors and can explain and comprehend what your doing and why you're doing it.  Certainly you still suffer, and while I can't relate to BPD in particular, I think it just overall makes it better to be able to know almost what to expect and you feel like you can almost write off the worst parts of it with that ability to relate it to the identified condition.

Free Talk / Re: The Chat Thread
« on: June 06, 2012, 11:17:23 am »
WOW! The whole crew is getting back into the swing of things.

@Razzly: *lol* My long-time friends all call her Bunny which is cute.  Hope lifes been treating you well.  You seem relatively happy and all.

@Umber: Having been to it myself I can highly recommend the counseling mate.  They can really help you work out what you each want out of your relationship with each other and assist you in working through it.  In my case we ended up staying together, in my parent's case they ended up splitting amicably after counseling that brought them to that conclusion.  Its not about trying to make or force your relationship to work but really working out if it can.

Obviously, in any relationship there are sacrifices, concessions or compromises that we make for the benefits we get out of the relationship.  Without the relationship we loose the concessions we've made but also the benefits.  It comes down to those benefits outweighing the concessions.  One can also wonder if its possible to get some of the same benefits, or more, and/or less sacrifices in another relationship but while the ability to end a relationship is guaranteed, the ability to find a better one is not.

There are some great books out there that I got which go beyond the usual of simply trying to repair the marriage and help you ask and answer the question "Should I Stay Or Should I Go?" (the actual title of one of the books I bought).  The biggest mistake I made was to not act strongly enough, quickly enough.  I let things degrade and half expected or hoped that they would just improve on their own.  Best thing I ever did was grow a pair and force action and change to take place for the better of both of us.

As you say, you love her and she loves you, it was the same for us, but while the happiness of your partner is important, not to mention your kids depending on how this will affect them,  if you're ultimately unhappy in the relationship as it currently stands and works then its not sustainable and as you also say, something must give or change.

Good luck mate and it's good to see you back.

@Brillig: MAAAAAAATE!!!! So are you supporting the winning Origin team?  I'm in Queensland but I'm of New South Welshman origin so its all cocky for me!

@LoGos: Probably wouldn't work right now.  She hasn't got an association with the word "No" right now and while its obviously not a game to her now, I'm worried it could become one.   Its not just that she doesn't smile or laugh when she does it, she doesn't even look at us expectantly like she's waiting for the reaction.  I do have a theory.  We worked out her favorite foods, so generally we'll give her what appears to be the least favorite and then the next as she eats it all or gets sick of it.  I suspect that she may have worked out that an empty plate will bring the next, more desirable, food item and is simply cleaning the plate with the expectation of the next food arriving... Still... She generally eats some of everything and gets through a fair amount considering her size.

P.S. Good to see you again mate.  And you too Churba!

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 33: Discussion
« on: June 06, 2012, 10:36:12 am »
Well... One could argue that you're constantly changing and thus always learning new things about yourself.  Maytag doesn't necessarily know herself completely but I'd argue that she knows herself better than Regina knows herself, and possibly most others.

I guess one of the primary things is that May has a very good idea of what she wants in life, i.e. to establish as many positive connections with as many people as possible.

Look at Bern and while she doesn't have a complete idea she still fairly well knows what her values and desires are in life.  Never-the-less, like Maytag, she's willing to push herself to change.

Regina is unlikely to become like Maytag fully, but in idolising her and trying to follow her she'll develop herself and likely learn what things about Maytag that she really wants for herself.  Self confidence seems to be a big thing and was certainly a short-coming in her disolving test.  I guess the stage performance is a good cure but I'm not sure what to think about appearing naked in front of others but I'd say knowing she can do it now was more of a rush to her than the act.  If I had to take a random guess at what makes Regina happy I'd say it's overcoming her fears or making some sort of achievement and forming close relationships with a few, select people.

I wonder if Melter even knows she's a Level 1 sorcerer.  While I doubt she would normally pose any threat to him she might catch him off-guard if he's unaware.  Really I think both our girls here are about to get into some serious trouble.  My real hope is that Shepherd is keeping as close an eye on her as Melter and will make his own move although who knows what his motives are.


@Brillig: Your sacrifice is acceptable... but now you shall be sauced and groped...

Hall of Games / Re: The Goodbye Thread
« on: June 04, 2012, 07:14:48 am »
Off to watch a Studio Ghibli film I recently purchased.  Arrietty (aka the borrowers).

Looking forward to it.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 31: Discussion
« on: June 04, 2012, 07:08:47 am »
He describes the Split Rose a page or two later as a simple way to teach kids some simple defensive techniques and discourage aggressive behaviour.  Its considered by him to be more of an educational lesson for children than something to really prep them for knight training or any serious fighting in the adult world.  He describes it as useless.

Obviously, refined to the extreme, its not useless as Bern demonstrates.  But really its the intention behind his actions back then.  Bern's just finished telling him that he's inspired her and helped her form much of her outlook on life while teaching her the all important split-rose which turned out to not be all so important as far as Grant was concerned.

He's told her he failed in everything at life, she's tried to tell him he succeeded in her, he's informed her that he never really tried.  Strong speculation with this next point but I think she's believed all her life that her father passed on the elements of a grand style passed down the LaShoar family.  Something she holds sacred and dear to her and counts herself significant in his eyes for having being taught it.  Like a sacred family sword being passed down, she thought he'd passed on a significant legacy in teaching the technique but now there's nothing sacred or significant about it.

I only had the information on Grant having a white patch from an old "ask Maytag" or "ask Brion" post when I either queried what Orransong meant by that or what their similarities are.  Its easily likely that Brion has long since changed his mind and either she inherited it from her mother, its a sort of scar of some kind of birth defect/mark (birthmarks are actually the most common cause from my understanding).

Flipside Discussion / Re: Mistake Thread
« on: June 04, 2012, 06:35:46 am »
Ch 32 - 15-16 -
Blackbird is in different clothes to what we saw back here:
Ch 31 - 21 -

The Rings don't seem to show up through much of chapter 32 after page 4.  Should the girls still be wearing them or do we believe that May took hers off before traveling through the portal and Bern put hers in her pocket or something?

Ch29 - 21 -
Regina is wearing small gloves but in later comics they appear to be missing.  We should presume she took them off outside her show??? (holding the bath certificate) - gloves are back here in 3rd panel - 2nd panel, gloves are gone - 3rd panel, gloves are gone - Gloves missing

Ch31 - 27 - first 2 panels -
They both show the ring on Maytag's left hand but earlier when she was crying and not long after as she's talking into it the ring appears on her right hand.  Its possible she swapped it over for ease of talking I guess.  Easiest fix I would think is to simply mirror image the two panels (except for the word "CHIME"... maybe fix the hand in the 2nd panel to be right if thats easier).

Must say, you've done a bloody awesome job of keeping Suspira's home consistent.

Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 33: Discussion
« on: June 04, 2012, 05:41:33 am »
Hmmm, this does seem like a possibly good time for Melter to strike.  She's alone with a level 1 sorceress, so no great threat.  Heck, the Thin-Man may even like another experimental subject in Regina, so take them both?

I don't think the water is enchanted, but I do wonder where this is possibly going with Regina and Maytag.  Maybe a reveal of how she broke up with her boyfriend or something before a capture at the end to leave us on a cliff-hanger.

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