I get a feeling that’s something Bennet has always wanted to say.
Yeah Cole, give him the ride of his life!
And from Primrose, the sealing decision i was waiting her to make : banishig her brother, to banish in the process all our hero cast. Now, we still have Gog and Bolo to worry about, as well as Quindel.
Should technically be “Onwards, Dragon!” with a comma in between; aaddressing terms should always be split off from the rest with commas. This is the reason why: http://images.signals.com/graphics/products/regular/HN3281.jpg 😉
Ooops. Thanks for the catch, Nyerguds. I’ll fix that as soon as I’m able. 🙂
@Nyerguds – haha lol, very true!
Currently doing an ArchiveDive™, and I find myself wondering something. When are we going to see the Orbstone again? I know it’s useless for combat, but it could still make a good distraction or crude distance communication method (different movement patterns to relay information). Eh, just a thought. Plus, what did the old Jigstone do anyway (http://endstone.net/comic/issue-1-page-24/)?
Also, my lurking device appears to be damaged, I keep finding myself posting comments and stuff everywhere I go. Tony, Lurkstone! Now!
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The Jigstone is the “dancing stone.” used twice in Issue one I believe. And the orbstone! Cole still has her original stone in her bag of tricks. You never know when it might be used. 😉
And no need for a Lurkstone. Post away. 🙂
Oh, the Orbstone doesn’t do anything when you touch it? Well, now I feel dumb :/ I thought it could possibly be used for combat 😛
Myself I would probably break a Lurkstone. I’m terrible at lurking. I prefer the Pagestone, and although sometimes it takes some time to get working, it has awesome results, since it’s fueled on Tonypower. You wanna borrow it? XD
To make myself clear about working time of the Pagestone, I’m just saying it doesn’t work immediately like the other stones, but it would be too OP if it did, so… Yeah 😛
Rock on, Pagestone!
(There. I followed Nyerguds’ grammar advice.) 😉
Huh. Just found out that Endstone has a forum. Which seems to be collecting virtual dust ATM. Gee, I can’t think of any reason that this would be useful to us *coughendstonegamethinktankcough* Any chance we can revive the poor, neglected beast?
Well what do you know — after a quick Google search I see the forum is still visible (I thought it was taken down).
The forum was fun but the membership was small, and the amount of spam was hugely overwhelming. It became too much of a time suck policing this spam, so I had to lock the forum. Too bad people have to ruin things for others.
Interesting. Never knew it had a forum. Though, this comments section seems pretty sufficient for discussing the comic.
And at least it’s not like the Gunnerkrigg Court comments section… which not only needs post validation by a moderator, but which seems to have no way of accessing the comments on older comics. Meaning, the comments are on there only from whenever they get approved, to when the next strip runs. Seems pretty pointless.
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