Ah, but he doesn’t need to fly. Just slow them down enough that they land in one, probably bruised piece and not in a smear of blood.
And that doesn’t take into account the other overstones he has…
Or slow them down enough for Kiri to catch them.
He could hope for Minimal Falling damage and that Gog the Dog can heal them.
He has the speedstone, wich might also slow down impacts (you live through them at higher speed, so less force/moment).
He could use the forcefield stone to create a wall or ramp (green Latern Style) to stop the descent now or make it more controlled
He could combine the forcefield and firestone to create a makeshift rocket.
So many possibilities.
Or use the Forcestone to make a spheric force field to use as a shield to brace for impact. Green Lantern style once again, except more basic. 😉
You folks know the stones better than I do. LOL. All good ideas! We’ll see how it plays out. 🙂
Maybe you can’t reach them in time, but you could be heading that way in case. Just saying, Kiri. 🙂
Hilarious mid-air free-fall conversation. 🙂
I’m still impatient to find out what Simon’s gonna do, now that he’s stuck in this version of reality.
LOL at Herrik.
Jonathan B – Kyri does seem to have given up rather easily. 🙂
Lurker – Simon’s actions will drive the plot from here on out. 🙂
Insectoid – 🙂
You mean to say that they haven’t been driving the plot already? 😛
Good point 😉
But here are always surprises. 😉
As there should be. 😉
All should be well, im sure. maybe a rough landing, but only minor bruising and maybe an ankle or wrist sprain.
But who knows, maybe there’s a yet unknown Rocker of a Gravity stone with a vendetta to settle and slams EVERYONE down?
With a world like this, the wild runs imagination, not the other way around.
The Gravity Stone! Very creative. 🙂
Honestly, I am nothing if not creative 😛 but…
Seriously, I cant take credit for that…
Ever played Half-Life 2? hahaha….
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