sf02 can’t stop the signal

7 07 2011

We’re looking for a few good traitors.

First, go read my sister Jen’s new webcomic, PsychoHappy. Three times a week, a new juxtaposition of adorable and horrible… I’ve seen some of the upcoming comics and they are spiffy keen freaky deaky. Bookmark it, read it, love it.

Now then, Stars Fall. This is a small update, because I think one more will finish up the chapter, and I hit a good stop-point for this round. I’m expecting to have the finale up on Monday… after that I may need another update skip, to prep Stars Fall 03. I’m flying by the seat of my pants, here; the overall arc of the story is already prepared, but the nuts and bolts of what happens scene to scene need some thinking.

The good news is that hopefully this Friday, I’ll have a London’s Fog book for y’all to buy. As always, the book comes with a retail only bonus chapter; this one delves into the future of the multiverse, and ties into the Forsaken Shores bonus chapter. I also tossed in a copy of sa01 (Benny and Chloe’s first encounter) for continuity’s sake. More details to come when I announce its arrival.

So, read up on this update, and I welcome your reactions. For instance, who do you think is likely to turn on the Ascendancy… Jon, Chu, both, or neither?

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eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?
I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?
I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

I guess that makes Maria Locutus? Or, I guess, the (ugh) Borg Queen?

I wonder if this means that Maria will stay behind, to help lead the new undead revolution?

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…
With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.
I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…
With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.
I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
eyeless1

Jon or Chu…

With so little info on either character, it’s hard to tell so far. So far, I’d peg Chu as a closet revolutionary, and Jon as the tragic broken man who will stay with the Ascendancy simply because doing anything else would force him to admit he’s been sacrificing his own soul for an unworthy cause.

I could see a case for the exact opposite result, however: Chu’s “resistance” is mostly academic at this point, and he may not have the moral fortitude to actually rebel, and Jon may turn out to be one of those people who, when betrayed by the faction whom they have invested in, will quickly become one of the strongest advocates for the opposition.

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
Anonymous

It’s an interesting twist that these zombies want brains for a reason OTHER than eating, ultimately. It also addresses the why would they stop eating soon enough to leave a zombie’s mobility intact question. — jen

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…
Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.
“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…
Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.
“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
loopychew

Even if you don’t believe in heaven, hell, reincarnation, genus locii, or whatever flavor of sprituality exists…

Heaven and Hell, since you’re actually referring to the places, should be capitalized. Also, “genius loci” is the proper spelling.

“spirituality” is also misspelled; it’s missing an I.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That was the original game plan for this chapter. However, it’d be kinda depressing if we lost her. I have a better idea now, which you’ll find out about in the next update.

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…
Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…
Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

Guess it would be too easy for them to both defect together, eh?

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.
Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.
Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

You’re thinking of “spiritually”. “Spirituality” only has one L.

Edited to add — oh, font issue. You mean the “i” (eye) missing from “sprituality”…

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.
Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)
Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.
One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.
Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)
Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.
One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
jengagne

Typo patrol: equivilant, woudl, practicioner.

Ahah, so between the ending of this bit and Jon’s explanation of them being telepaths… now we can pretty easily infer that the “signals” relate to Maria (though we still don’t know exactly how.)

Interesting that Ariel could spot the telepathy as “signals,” also — I guess with so strong an effect, it was detectable.

One potential oddity in this section jumped out at me. Petersen considers going back stateside to get help for Maria — but uh, wouldn’t the better bet be to take HER back there? Weird that he didn’t even consider that. (even though ultimately, he must reject either option because it would mean ditching Una and Nel.)

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…
pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…
pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Re: Jon or Chu…

pfft, a happy ending? What do you think this is, a Joss Whedon story?

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

That’s what he meant — ‘going back stateside’ means ‘moving the Quantum Mermaid back, with himself, Maria, Elisa, and all inclusive’. But doing so would mean Una and Nel had no lifeline for quick escapes, so he can’t.

7 07 2011
Anonymous

I’d be happy to have a 32m ping in most online game I play.
-HP

7 07 2011
Anonymous

I’d be happy to have a 32m ping in most online game I play.

-HP

7 07 2011
Anonymous

I’d be happy to have a 32m ping in most online game I play.

-HP

7 07 2011
Anonymous

I’d be happy to have a 32m ping in most online game I play.

-HP

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)
Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)
Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
jengagne

No, I get that. What puzzled me is that the first thing he thinks of…
“The engine was almost recharged, so he could pop by the Twin Cities and consult”
… is NOT bringing Maria away, but rather himself going somewhere. (or maybe I’m just assuming that since it’s “he” and later “if he left Brazil now”)

Or maybe I’m just confusing myself since by definition if he left in the QM, they’d all be leaving together. I guess it’s just his use of “he” as opposed to “they”

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’ll edit it for They. It’s definitely not him intending to go alone.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Ariel is a low ping bastard.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
jengagne

It sure took me long enough to figure that out considering it should be obvious. I mean what is he gonna do, dump them all out among the zombies and split? Sorry, heh.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

7 07 2011
cmdr_zoom

Well, it’s also established that direct infection takes over really fast, and probably makes the flesh unpalatable.

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
eyeless1

Also she’s physically present in the airwaves, so if it’s taking her 32 ms to travel literally zero distance, there must be some serious cross traffic. :)

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
kamalloy

I can see it going either way, really. On the one hand, Chu could probably be convinced if it’s going to help Jon; on the other, he may think that Jon has been in it too long and he himself needs to stay and help morale. Jon obviously hates what he’s doing, but if he doesn’t keep doing it, someone else is going to be pressed into service… and Chu knows how to cast the spells as well, correct?

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…
In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…
In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

Re: Jon or Chu…

In that case, maybe neither of them will defect — but I’m not sure how that would work story-wise. They have some information about the essence capacitors but not enough to stop the Ascendancy, since they don’t have the tome, I assume.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.
There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.
There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

8 07 2011
jengagne

I assume Nel’s suspicion that Chu has the tats too is correct. He was on the team for at least a certain amount of time.

There’s also the X-factor of Chu’s unrevealed crush on Jon. I wonder how that will come into play here.

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.
That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.
That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

10 07 2011
jengagne

Exactly — presumably the infection’s primary goal is fresh conscripts and getting the zombies fed is only secondary since they can’t starve to death anyway.

That would be particularly true in the last scene here if they’re really “awake”…

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.
While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.
While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

11 07 2011
loopychew

I’m not sure it was deliberate, but you have one scene posted as a 7/11 update without any sort of notification.

While I’m at it, you established in sa08 that Orbitals use logical paradoxes as expletives, so maybe you can have Chu shout “Schrodinger’s Cat” or “Banach-Tarski” or whatever instead of “expletive.” Although he seems to be the only person thus far simply stating “expletive,” which could be written off as a personality quirk.

12 07 2011
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