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Blitzkrieg1701, February 15th, 2016, 9:23 pm


I'm just gonna say it, I really dig clashing red/blue lighting.

Anyway, yay me! I got Friday's page finished in time to go up before MAGFest! I'd say more, but as soon as I post this, I've gotta get to work on next Tuesday's page. After what happened with the LAST Conventional Wisdom update, I really REALLY need to work on that without any interruptions.




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Ed8, February 18th, 2016, 11:07 pm


Giant...blue...swirly...Looks like the work of MAD SCIENCE to me.


A fan (Guest), February 18th, 2016, 11:10 pm


To you it was the most dramatic event in your life... For me it was Tuesday.


Darius Drake (Guest), February 19th, 2016, 5:09 am


...they have OTHER emergency positions? I mean... nope, that is what I mean. Their Emergency Position, as far as I can tell, is right in the middle of things, hopefully to fix it.

Also, it's a Spatial Distortion. It doesn't move, it EXPANDS.


Seros Senric (Guest), February 19th, 2016, 6:36 am


Spatial distortions can be said to move.
As an example, the "gravity wells" around planets are in fact spatial distortions that move along with their source (i.e. the planet's mass)

This blue thing seems a little more exotic than a planet though.


On a possibly different note;
I have this disturbing fear that Tabitha has no idea that Stilez likes and listens to Ichabod...
And an even worse fear of what she might do instead if she discovered that fact...


Blitz (at MAGFest) (Guest), February 19th, 2016, 11:26 am


Far Out There opprrates on Star Trek science... which is to say, if you put enough "quantum" or "distortion" or other technobabble in front of it, it can do whatever I want! :D

Also, I imagine The Exposition probably has special chairs with, like, seat belts and stuff that drop from the ceiling like air masks in a plane. But I have no idea what the actual process would be (and am SURE the kids don't)


Ed8, February 19th, 2016, 2:21 pm

I paid attention during the tour, Avatar :)
They should probably go to the Nursery. According to Avatar's guided tour, it has 5 layer blast shielding, so it's probably the safest room on the ship. Either that or the Mystery Room.


Blitz (at MAGFest) (Guest), February 19th, 2016, 7:33 pm


NO ONE IS ALOWED TO GO IN THE MYSTERY ROOM. If you went into The Mystery Room, you'd know what's in there, and then there'd be no mystery, so then it wouldn't be The Mystery Room anymore, and if you're in The Mystery Room but there IS no Mystery Room anymore, then where will you be then? NOWHERE, that's where! :)


Number 6 (Guest), February 20th, 2016, 11:36 pm


I bet, when nobody's watching, Vengeance looks in the Mystery Room. (Since he's made entirely of Mystery, it should not affect him, nor does he affect it.)


Darius Drake (Guest), February 21st, 2016, 2:57 am


In other words, the Mystery Room is for emergencies only. Like, say... Half the ships been eaten, and only Avatar and the Captain are left alive type emergencies.


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