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Comics - Page 372 - THAT complicates things - August 4th, 2011, 11:00 pm

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Trigger also could have said: "I know Megaweapon's this way because the narrative wouldn't have cut back to us if we weren't about to stumble onto something!"
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Blitzkrieg1701, July 23rd, 2011, 11:38 pm

And now, back to the real star of Far Out There: Trigger's shirtless torso
Oh, come on. You didn't really think it'd be over THAT easily, did you?

Actually, though, I think I've written myself into some trouble here. Is Megaweapon supposed to be super strong or something? I mean, I never intended that when he was introduced. All his feats of destruction were supposed to be possible because he just had a knack for breaking things. Sort of an evil Trigger, if you will. But between some of the stuff Jenna mentioned, the torn-open vending machine, and now this inexplicable hole in the bulkhead, Megaweapon's becoming hard to explain WITHOUT some unnatural strength. This annoys me because we already HAVE one super-strong green child in this comic, and frankly, I like Bridget better. Any of you guys have an idea how to resolve this problem?

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Stick (Guest), August 5th, 2011, 11:07 am

Might I suggest blaming/attributing it all to coincidence?

Like something similar to his nature, MegaWeapon's fate is such that he can cause great amount of damage in an improbable manner.

Basically, if he's feeling like causing chaos, he is able to without reason. (If he doesn't, then he won't be able to cause such damage; like during his waking period. :P)

CarrotSticks, August 5th, 2011, 3:42 pm

In an age of SCIENCE, I don't see why two characters can't be super strong. That's like two characters not being allowed to have the same hair color.

The real question is: How did he break the wall that way? DID HE USE HIS TEETH?
Om nom nom.

AndyW (Guest), August 6th, 2011, 7:22 am

Megaweapon's hole
Hacked a maintenance bot? Constructed a crude explosive from chemicals in the janitor's closet? Rigged the extractor fan in the side of the ventilation shaft to overload? Taunted a mad scientist into attacking the shaft?

Blitzkrieg1701, August 6th, 2011, 1:29 pm

Wow, I didn't really expect much of a response to that bit of rambling. THAT'LL teach me to question the creativity and imagination of Far Out There readers! :D

FreakyFilmFan4ever (Guest), August 7th, 2011, 7:38 pm

I agree. If Megaweapon is supposed to be an "evil Trigger" of sorts, he should also be just as resourceful as Trigger in causing these mishaps or solving things (or breaking things, in this case).

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