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  1. Elliot called her that immediately after she refused to wear a bikini though, so Elliot calling her a prude doesn't mean she was a prude.
  2. Story, Wednesday January 24, 2018

    Heka said that Tedd had the "right mix of ancestors" if one powerful wizard mating with another powerful wizard produced seers, then there would potentially be more seers in the world and Noriko's ancestry would probably have more seers as well if they made a point to find strong wizards to ensure strong offspring. Edward's ancestry and Noriko's ancestry were compatible for creating a seer, if there's no guarantee that being a powerful wizard = seer material, again, what are the chances that Noriko happens to find another man with the right ancestry for creating a seer with her?
  3. Refusing to wear a bikini to entice people to read the comic doesn't make her a prude.
  4. http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=2451 Ok people who thought DGB would go after Tedd if the system change. Guess that's not really necessary now since Arthur could handle learning a new system himself. And Van eh? Mum's a monster hunter... Dan's tweeted that this comic would generate wild theories, I bet the big one is that Noriko is Van's mum making him and Tedd half siblings. Though what are the chances of Noriko giving birth to 2 seers and what did Van come up negative on the magic potential scans as well?
  5. Things You Only Noticed On Reread

    There definitely seems to be varied degrees of usage as the strongest magic users are considered royalty. but that also might have to do with being related to Fairies (or Ancients as they call themselves). So it stands to reason that those that can't use magic just don't have any Fairy ancestry.
  6. Things You Only Noticed On Reread

    The other half of the world seems to be fine with magic being well known, the two halves share the same energy as it flows back and forth between them, but either each half has it's own WoM or the WoM decided that one half shouldn't or doesn't need to be restricted, but I don't think the amount of energy available is a factor.
  7. Story, Monday January 22, 2018

    While this particular Q&A page specifically mentions the TFG in relation to zapping people into inanimate objects not being possible. The first line of the commentary states "I don't like turning people into objects" which could apply to anything magic related as well. So my guess would be that Dan considers Abraham a special case and probably even has thought of ways that Abraham could be made inanimate but not in any danger if being stuck like that forever. We already know that using the diamond triggers Abraham's release, but there might be other conditionals that either Abraham set or something that the spell has built in to prevent permanence. I dunno, seeing as Pandora once warned Magus that Abraham would be his adversary, I do wonder if it will be Abraham that is instrumental in freeing Ellen from Sirleck, it would certainly go a long way in helping atone for trying to kill her.
  8. Things You Only Noticed On Reread

    The last reset happened when a warmongering horde attempted to use magic to conquer others. The WoM could have easily justified that it didn't want magic to be used that way. This time around is completely different, the reasons magic was being used is mixed, yeah there's violent acts involved, but there's also the need to protect others and then there's the fun aspect. There probably isn't a clear reason for changing completely hence the need for a human perspective in order to determine the severity of the system change. A possibility is that while the WoM might not understand the corporeal experience, it probably still understands that humanity has had a violent history, and might have restricted the use of magic because of how easy it could be used by humans to kill each other. Each time the WoM feels the need to change the system, it's gotta check to see if humanity is still at risk of destroying themselves or if they can be relatively responsible, maybe there's a threshold where if the number of morally good vs morally evil is such that the WoM deems humanity capable of self regulation then it would be less restrictive. Not sure if we're there yet though.
  9. Dec 30, 2017. New Student Diane.

    Yeah, but we've seen recently that it was certainly more than that for Diane. And for that matter, remember how Nanase and Susan were towards each other at the start of the comic? Things change, people change, ship happens.
  10. Dec 30, 2017. New Student Diane.

    There's been enough canon-fodder for Ellen-Nanase-Grace shipping though. And the MV5 NP was pretty much Ellen-Sarah-Grace shipping fuel.
  11. Story, Monday January 22, 2018

    That's what I was talking about, Voltaire wanted Tedd to be of a frame of mind that would affect how the meeting with the WoM turns out. BUT it's DIRECT because Voltaire is attempting to game the system in his favour. If causing Immortals to change their Law was an unexpected side effect, then I'd agree that it was indirect, but Voltaire expects it to happen.
  12. Ellen is probably also to blame for Nanase, I would imagine that anything that Elliot was embarrassed to think about was given more consideration by Ellen and she perhaps shared that with Nanase.
  13. All that time spent in the basement as Tedd's assistant certainly influenced her behavior.
  14. Story, Monday January 22, 2018

    Why would Voltaire go through the trouble of conditioning Tedd against the WoM if he wasn't counting on Tedd doing something that would have an impact on Immortals?
  15. Story, Monday January 22, 2018

    But if Tedd's not thinking rationally, then she might forget that part.