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Bandit’s gonna go down the hooooole.
Bandit should be a unlockable character in Assassins Creed
Are those wires barbed or are they just shiny?
The two are not mutually exclusive!
Bandit’s about to jump down a warp pipe.
She becomes the size of frigg when she eats a mushroom.
I don’t trust Gnomes with non-job describing names… hmm.. unless they are both named professer… Making it confusing yelling for someone in the academy…
Although, I think it more likely its a title, and they see themselves as being above the common gnomes, more than labelled cogs
They’d best keep Frigg away from their observatorium. There might be a white queen in there!
There’s a Goonies quote in there somewhere.
Do the truffle shuffle?
Apparently gnomes can see in the dark because she doesn’t have a light source and there’s no way she could do that without being able to see the wires.
Can’t you see how shiny those wires are? :P
Laser trip “wires”? Naaaaah…
For all we know, they made the tripwires easily noticeable to draw attention away from the real traps. I was even guessing that Bandit Keynes missed the second tripwire while first poster Kamino guessed she didn’t see the hole.
Well, there is still some light coming in. And technically, don’t gnomes have darkvision/infravision(oh crap, I’m dating myself with that) if not low-light vision?
Simple wires seem too plain for gnomes, though. What if those are light beams, and breaking those beams will trigger the trap? Probably mashy walls. Sort of like in the temple in Raiders of the Lost Ark before Indy screwed up the archaeological find of the century just for a golden statue.
That or they’re monofilament wires, and touching them will slice her to ribbons.
Monofilament is technically invisible…but if the gnomes have lasers, Gastonia is screwed.
I’m not sure what I think of that.
What you don’t know is that the tripwires are attached to an ingenious system of mechanical gnomes that run to tell the real gnomes that someone is in the tunnel.
Is it just me or does Professor Micholuszek look like a tiny Charlton Heston?
And Bandit Keynes’ hands grew three sizes that day.
Is it deliberate that in the comic where you’re splitting attention, you’ve positioned the overground panels above the underground panels?
Yes she’s going to give up and return to base… but first she really needs that card they’ve got which gives her every reason to call it a night unfortunately since it is in the heart of their lair its not going to hurt just to retrieve that right?
The fact the signature involves a complete explanation for why a gnomish invention is being used by a crazed dwarven warlord and his army to summon an unsuspecting kraken on a valentine’s day love match to visit a town where kraken’s had never been seen before is beside the point… right?
Bandit doesn’t need a MonCal to do the Spot checks, :O
In retrospect, letting the trapmaker ‘sign’ each of his traps was a bad idea, as it left every tripwire with a small star tied into it, making them easily noticeable.
As a high level wizard myself, I find that belching complex arcane incantations adds a certain “flavor” to the resulting spell. Usually beer and foul breath.
What? Booby-trapping the sewers leading to the secret stronghold? What’s next? Mines in the airducts? This is spitting on good Evil Overlord protocol!
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