sanjmerchant wrote:All I know is that this Archon must've been doing some precision cutting to avoid setting off this Green Dwagon: http://www.erfworld.com/book-1-archive/?px=%2F069.jpg
0beron wrote:You also apparently don't care that she DID dust, as evidenced by the classic "PARCH" sound effect that her legs dissolved into.
shamelessmerc wrote:0beron wrote:You also apparently don't care that she DID dust, as evidenced by the classic "PARCH" sound effect that her legs dissolved into.
I do care, which is why I took a REEEEEEAL long look at that frame before posting, and the only thing that is clear is the fact that nothing is clear.
And if nothing is clear, it is because it is intentionally unclear.
Rumors of her death are, at this time, unconfirmed. She was in the middle of an enormous army of uncroaked, and she has had a mount parch from underneath her before. I don't see any of what is in that frame as definative, not the fire, not the sound effect, not the laughter being cut off midway, not the distortion of the form. Rob and Xin have gone to some trouble to make it not clear - unlike a multitude of clear kills in the past.
name lips wrote:I think their intention was the exact opposite. They worried it wasn't clear, so re-did it to leave no room for interpretation otherwise.
'Erfworld Facebook page' wrote:...caught the error in pencils, but it was hard to spot. It's a point of architecture in Spacerock that turns out to be very important to the battle, and I never suspected it wasn't clear to her. Like I said, a miscommunication.
bladestorm wrote:Or the last panel and the third panel, since they have a reference point in common, namely the positioning of Clonely, Parson, the throne room, the portal room, and the direction of the explosion.
Diodri wrote:sanjmerchant: I don't see a Red Dwagon breathing fire in that panel.
Users browsing this forum: Yahoo [Bot] and 14 guests