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  1. Story Friday April 20, 2018

    "Come on, mate, didya hafta throw me at that bloke?"
  2. Story Friday April 20, 2018

    If he's incompetent, I'll nickname him "Whandley". And he could also be from another universe / "other side of reality", which might render him next to useless since his expertise would refer to a system of magics that's not related to the one in effect in the Moperville universe. I'm still not quite convinced that Ashley is a wizard. Kevin / Whandley could be incompetent, use a different definition of "wizard", or simply be wrong. Maybe he spent his entire existence in some Hogwarts-like school for magic and just assumes that everyone around him is a wizard?
  3. Story Friday April 6, 2018

    Maybe they hold arm wrestling tournaments?
  4. Story Friday April 6, 2018

    FFS, Magus pushes crates and aberrations around with telekinesis and his argument is strength? You don't even need magic to make people stronger. Are there no levers in Magus' universe?
  5. Story Wednesday April 4, 2018

    Eh, even if Magus just wanted to wake her up, Elliot's reaction is justified. Magus conspired with a parasitic lifeform to take over Elliot's and Ellen's bodies. He didn't hesitate to squash his former ally like a bug after the inevitable betrayal. Elliot has absolutely no reason to trust someone who's capable of doing all that and can kill with a hand gesture.
  6. Story Friday March 30, 2018

    Ellen doesn't even want to be a battle mage, which was the stated reason for his decision, so how does this even make sense?
  7. Story Friday March 23 2018

    They'd have to be two different universes because the alternative version of Elliot in Ellen's universe was Ellen and Magus in the other.
  8. NP Friday Mar 9, 2018

    I think it would really be better if the players could choose the direction of their move after rolling the dice. That would allow for more strategic thinking and the various attraction / repellant effects would be more relevant.
  9. Story Friday February 23, 2018

    - Just to clarify: permanency in this context means that the transformation becomes the new base form, right? - And judging from Tedd's shocked reaction and Magic's explanation, the transformations had the potential of becoming permanent with all the magic energy sustaining them, they were just never kept on long enough to make that happen.
  10. Story Friday February 23, 2018

    So, are there people who got permanently transformed so far? I suppose Vladia would be, but then again, she's part Uryuom - does that make it not permanent? Felix/Felicia and Kitty are also likely candidates for permanency, at least at some point in the future.
  11. NP Wednesday Feb 21, 2018

    To confuse you even more: cheetahs are said to have very dog-like personalities.
  12. Story, Monday February 19, 2018

    Honestly, I wonder why 'Magic' would assume that it could stay hidden for any amount of time when there are beings such as Col. Sanders around, who're limited to manipulating their environment by 'guiding and empowering' people. Even without the internet, that would be a recipe for disaster.
  13. NP, Monday February 12, 2018

    Robin Williams was such an amazing voice actor in that role. I really miss him.
  14. NP: Wednesday 31 2018

    She looks so happy!
  15. Story Monday January 29, 2018

    Liefeld and Tedd's father already agree with Arthur, that's why they work in a clandestine branch of the government that tries to keep Magic hidden. I also don't think he's ever discussed magic with either of them on an equal footing, considering that they've been in an superior-subordinate relationship. It's unlikely that Arthur would get a chance to discuss magic with a politician who holds a divergent opinion on that matter either, since the only politicians assigned to his Department of Magic are people like Liefeld. TV hosts are generally useless in debates and interviews, they frequently let their guests away with blatant falsehoods in order to maintain the appearance of impartiality. Also keep in mind that Arthur's role in public was that of the "crazy of fool who believes in magic". His job was to discredit his own side in order to make the people who're sceptical of magic look good. None of the above is going to help him here. I think he spent years coddled up in a comfortable bubble designed to confirm his beliefs and is now scheduled for a rude awakening. It really boils down to the argument Pandora has made: magic can no longer stay hidden, humans have invented mundane means that are just as effective as magic when it comes to to causing harm - and Scarf's attempt to shoot Raven with a gun just proves that. So all a total magic reset would accomplish is take away all the good things magic can provide, such as new means of healing people.