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Random Wanderer

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  1. NP Friday December 2, 2016

    Nah, she's just a magic-user who's in desperate need of a spellbook.
  2. Story Monday November 28, 2016

    "Coincidence" *Cough*BS*Cough*
  3. NP, Monday October 31, 2016

    You very likely answered your own question. If I were to guess, she's shocked because the spell shouldn't be able to do that.
  4. NP, Monday October 31, 2016

    I cannot imagine surviving with clothes that have no pockets. Wallet, keys, pen, chapstick, Altoids, comb... I've got stuff that needs places to be put! ...Yes I have a phone. It clips on my belt. Or my waistband, depending. Putting a phone in a pocket just seems like it would be an invitation for trouble of some sort.
  5. Wednesday, October 26, 2016

    This comic is simultaneously pretty sweet and rather ridiculous.
  6. NP, Wednesday September 28, 2016

    It's the same principle. Something that you do or use unconsciously suddenly comes to your conscious attention and afterwards you can't figure out how to do it unconsciously again. At least I think that's what she's going on about.
  7. NP, Wednesday September 28, 2016

    All right, Pandora, now that you've started thinking about your hands and how you move them, and so on, can you stop?
  8. Story: Friday, September 23, 2016

    I still don't trust this guy any further than I can throw him. And since he looks like he's about seven feet tall right now, that's probably not very far.
  9. Story, Wednesday September 21, 2016

    Given that he called Elliot "the pawn of chaos" back here I figured that was a given. Well, not so much that he's after her attention, but that whatever he's doing involves her in some way.
  10. Story, Monday September 19, 2016

    All he has to do is convince himself that killing everyone is a justified response to being attacked by one of them, so...
  11. Story, Monday September 19, 2016

    I'm pretty sure I guessed this... Yep. Not that I expect this is his full plan. As folks say above, it's pretty simplistic, and he's got a lot of other balls rolling already, indicating something much bigger going on. But I imagine he figured this was worth a shot anyway.
  12. Story, Friday September 16, 2016

    If he's really lucky (from his perspective) someone will overreact and attack him, allowing him to respond and kill everyone. Beyond that, we already weren't sure what he was trying to accomplish in the first place, so this is just another indication that we don't really know what's going on in his head.
  13. Story: Wednesday, September 14, 2016

    We saw Dex summoning tons of harmless fire guys against Grace and Greg. We were just as capable of coming to the conclusions that Mr. Verre's is coming to. But if anyone here put that out as a theory, other people would toss it aside as speculation and ignore it. Edward saying it, on the other hand, makes it more valid.
  14. Story: Monday, August 8, 2016

    I feel this is obligatory. Hopefully at least some folks here know where it's from.
  15. Story: Wednesday, July 27, 2016

    The general impression that's been given so far is that one really shouldn't screw around with an immortal on their playing field, and that Pandora, above all, should not be messed with. The world of dreams is probably close enough to the immaterial plane the immortals exist on to make no difference as far as it being Pandora's playing field, so unless the wizard can get a specific advantage from them being inside a mind he's supposed to be in and she's not, I suspect he's outgunned.
  16. Story: Monday July 25, 2016

    I wonder which one of them actually has the upper hand in this situation?
  17. NP Monday July 18, 2016

    ...Dan, I hate to tell you this, but you can totally keep your ally alive and still not kill the people attacking you. In fact, when I did it the violent way is when she DIED. It was only when I did it with the (ostensibly) non-lethal takedown method that she survived. I won't say that it's easy mind you...
  18. NP: Friday, July 15, 2016

    Oddly enough, in one campaign I'm still in the middle of, not all that long ago the threat was the king, and killing him actually turned out to be the best solution. To be fair, though, he had had the previous king assassinated, was causing a civil war to try to kill the rightful heir to the throne, and was actually attempting to destroy the kingdom internally so the upcoming invasion could wipe it out with minimal casualties...
  19. NP, Thursday July 14, 2016

    Fun fact: The game will randomly decide that some of your non-lethal takedowns were lethal. It won't tell you which ones: there's no indicator, no behavior difference, everything's the same. But at the end of the game (hours and hours and hours and hours later) you simply won't get the achievement for having played through without killing anyone. WHICH IS REALLY REALLY FRUSTRATING.
  20. NP Tuesday July 12, 2016

    When in doubt, tie your enemy's arms and legs into knots.
  21. NP: Friday, July 8, 2016

    Seriously. No one ever says the stuff is glass. Why do people always assume transparent things are fragile and going to break in science fiction settings? It's using future tech! It's probably stronger than the non-transparent stuff! It would be safer if they made everything out of the transparent stuff! (probably more expensive, though)
  22. NP Wednesday July 6, 2016

    Thinking about it, it's a bit interesting that Grace is just getting into Deus Ex: Human Revolution now, when Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is going to be coming out in slightly more than a month.
  23. NP: Friday, July 1, 2016

    Geeze Grace, have a little patience. Just like Murphy from Robocop, the character has to get turned into human hamburger before he can get all the cool cyborg stuff implanted to keep him from dying.
  24. NP: Monday, June 27, 2016

    Grace... Tetris. Problem solved.
  25. NP, Friday June 24, 2016

    Yes, Assassin's Creed and Mirror's Edge have got it all wrong, but that's because Ubisoft should have brought back Prince of Persia, rather than shoving it under the rug and pretending that Assassin's Creed was somehow good enough to make up for it (hint: it's not). /rant Oh, and I guess Dan's pizza delivery game could be fine too.