OOH! I would not want to meet his preventative measures in a dark alley… unless it was to help me see. (glow)
Curses. Five bucks it is then. So far, we’re even. And your comment made me chuckle. “to help me see.” good one.
Oh dear… it seems time cop guy is going a little psychotic on us… scary O.O
I didn’t know he had a poney-tail! 😀
Space cop vs. medieval equipment knights, FIGHT!
Well actually, if we’re going by Final Fantasy standards then their weapons will deal fairly equal damage… for reasons unknown.
I didn’t notice that. good catch!
Limiter override has been granted.. use of excessive force initiated. Switching all offensive systems to level 2 rating..
Ah, but you forget, sir,the stormtrooper effect, commonly known as the Principle of Evil Marksmanship. The One-at-a-Time Attack Rule might also take effect, depending on whether or not we’ll see the fight scene, or if it will cut to the end, so as to keep us wondering about his powers. They don’t stand a chance.
Heh, Principle of Evil Marksmanship. Awesome.
@ Jety Lefr
thanks ^ ^
Also in response to sushi… I’m hoping our intrepid author DOES jump to the end. I kinda like the idea of seeing a pile of broken bodies behind a eerily glowing figure. Also if you leave someone’s powers up to anyone’s imagination, there’s no need to worry about being limited. No “my power level is over 9000!” Just drama power, like The Tick.
And the others at the castle note a white glow on the horizon, thinking its the sun they ignore it, and then turn around and see the sun on the other side
OMGosh! Someone who knows about The Tick!
What Jety Lefr said.
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