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” oh. bother.” somebody’s been watching winnie the pooh.
Ohhh yeah. Things are about to suck for the brat.
hes ticked now >:)
not quite berserking but definitely ticked
Now that is a badly raised child.
Don’t worry, I have a feeling Gravedust is about to tan his hide.
…and make a nice set of gloves and a belt out of it.
Kid gloves! Kid gloves! Get the real stuff! None of that goat-skin knockoffs.
Too bad there’s not enough for a pair of half boots too.
Bad kid! Bad, bad kid!
My son wants a flying pirate ship now.
Old age, persistence and cunning will usually defeat youthful enthusiasm. Especially if the youth still weighs under five stone, those are fun to punt.
The pirate punk has been DisARRRRRmed
Somebody’s been watching a bit too much Winnie the Pooh. And Pirates of the Caribbean.
If i was attacked by a legless, headless, tailess dragon, I don’t think I’d be scared so much as disappointed.
I don’t think the fight would be that interesting. It’d probably drag on a fair bit.
Are you kidding? I’m quite sure I wouldn’t last very long against a 300 foot* battering ram with wings.
Although, if it was headless, would it still be alive? I imagine it would be like a chicken with its head cut off, flailing about. So I guess if you could avoid a wayward swinging limb or two, yeah, you’re right. Huh.
*(91.44 meter for us metric rebels)
Well yeah, but this particular headless tailless dragon is only about 50 foot from stem to stern. Impressive, but not incredibly scary.
( For those who’re gonna ask how I come up with the fact that she’s a 50-footer…Look at the Sail-Oars ( heh, another pun!). There are five oars. To conserve cargo space those Sails-Men inside are only about 3 feet apart. That gives us a base of 12 feet, which is roughly 1/3rd of the length of the ship. I’m allowing a fudge-factor to account for scale distortion since we are not seeing the ship directly side on.
I could go into a discussion about the fact that she’s a single-master and the cube law between sail-yards and running weight, not to mention the running weight being kept down so that the first good wind didn’t snap the main-mast, but I won’t.)
You are a credit to your username.
TY TY TY, takes a box and laughs maniacally.
So…anyone know where I can challenge a “straight-up dragon…?”
I’ll have a dragon and tonic, on the rocks.
I prefer a OusghianZhoda myself.
Accuracy counts for nothing when the opportunity to make a pun is present.
pointless Monty Python references inc
y’know, even with the sometimes goofy looking faces the characters have here….I’d be pretty intimidated by the look Byron has right now.
Monologues… Every villains downfall.
So he can’t be Von Carnaj!
Von Carnaj has read so many stories that he should know better than to start monologuing.
Hmm… I’m guessing news of this flying boat somehow doesn’t reach Asallah En-Qu’Lara before that flash-forward at the start of this chapter.
Also, I wonder if Byron has just always been of the opinion that hitting fire is stupid.
Take THAT you little shit. Punt him off the ship!
I’ve always been a proponent of beating the daylights out of children to keep’em on the straight and narrow. Spare the axe, spoil the child.
…that sounded far more horrible than I intended.
HUZZAH! R RATED! R RATED! R RATED!
Seems like Byron doesn’t frenzy a whole lot considering he’s a “berserker”, otherwise I would expect the citizens to see some raining limbs in the near future.
If it’s a lighter-than-air gas, wouldn’t it go over Gravedust’s head, leaving him to actually be one of the last ones affected by it? I mean… if it wasn’t lighter than air, you wouldn’t have a floating ship
Unless of course, dwarves have a pre-existing condition of suffering from lighter than air gasses…
Maybe dwarves haven’t evolved to breathe light-air gases, precisely because they do go over their heads? Though I’m not sure why it wouldn’t be going over Gravedust’s head now. (Or for that matter, exactly who can breathe hydrogen, if that’s what it is.)
And wearing cloth(es)!
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