The Chronicles of Loth pg. 3 ch. 12

Friday, the 17th of January at 1:00 AM, 2014 in A Tale of Confliction
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The Chronicles of Loth pg. 3 ch. 12

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EFlint Friday, the 17th of January at 1:00 AM, 2014 edit delete
EFlint
Dun dun Loth has terms and new team, is whats happening like just 20 pixels above! TWC image I recently re-watched the first Austin Powers and Sev has paid the price.

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Gurt B. Frobe Friday, the 17th of January at 2:15 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Isn't it just like Loth to be self sacrificing for her teammates? How honorable of her to risk peril to spare her injured companions from further danger.

Team Cutting Edge better watch their tone or they'll get stabbed in the face with a soldering iron.
Justme Saturday, the 18th of January at 8:07 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
Keep in mind that loth more or less openly despises her teammates and is traveling with them out of necessity only. She frequently takes the stand point of "I don't need anyone, I can do this myself". I think this is more her seizing an opportunity to 'prove' to them that she does not need them, with her feelings of honor coming in at a close second. Tho personally, I'm just waiting to see how badly she needs to have her butt kicked before she realizes that she is NOT all-that-and-a-bag-of-potato-fries (need to be period correct and I don't think they'd have 'chips'). That and there's still the unresolved feelings of abandonment she felt at the half-heard conversation between kinuko and what'shisface half-elf... I'll think of it eventually.
Ryoushen Friday, the 17th of January at 3:08 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
So, we have Bear Man, a Dullahan, a Naruto wannabe and Fraternal Creepymccreepster twins from down the lane.

I'm betting on the bear.
Guesticus Friday, the 17th of January at 10:18 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Whats a 'Dullahan'? Thought that was a new generation 'toaster' model Cylon
Mr. Grin Friday, the 17th of January at 3:38 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
A Dullahan is an irish folk creature. A headless armored rider that carried his head around as it glowed to light his path. A fiendish grin from ear to ear and dark erratic eyes. He would ride around and when he stopped that is where someone would die, he would then call out that person who would then perish. He didnt like being watched as he worked and would splash blood on your face and use a whip made from a human spine to lash your eyes out. A famous though unique version would be the Headless Horseman from Sleepy Hollow.
Ogre Saturday, the 18th of January at 12:19 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
That "Dullahan" is an iron golem.
Ogre Saturday, the 18th of January at 2:37 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
And for the record, Battlestar Galactica ripped off D&D for the look, not the other way round.
Number 6 Monday, the 20th of January at 11:46 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
And they both "ripped off" long-dead medieval armor designers. There are no "original" ideas.
Nutster Friday, the 17th of January at 9:25 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Nutster
The big guy in the back reminds me of the "Toaster" Cylon from the 2000's Battlestar Galactica. Hmm. Hit that little brown patch just below his helmet; it might be the most vulnerable.

As for the speaker, grab that metal head-band and pull it down over his eyes. This will at least distract him long enough to get a good strike in.

The wonder-twins are likely the ones that Loth's preferred physical attack mode will be least effective. Try kissing the boy while Cade kisses the girl; totally fry their mental connection, and thus their advantage.
Guesticus Friday, the 17th of January at 10:20 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Honestly didn't read your post when replying above (even used the same "Toaster" Cylon reference)

Nah, have Loth kiss the girl and Cade kiss the boy, _that_ will fry their circuits /rosemary nod/
Number 6 Monday, the 20th of January at 11:49 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
The flaw in that plan is that if Loth was kissing the girl, Cade would be too busy filming it. (Yes, he has a video camera. It's magic.)
Someone that had to. Friday, the 17th of January at 11:53 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
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