“I don’t feel good.” LOL!
It’s that ham sandwich. It’s been sitting in his gut all this subjective time, waiting to decompose, and now it’s rotted in Simon’s gut before he can digest it, fatally discombobulating him.
(Okay, someone smarter than me work out how this would actually work. I know it can’t actually rot. Revert to its original molecules? Big air bubble in the gut?)
Well, damn. I was going to say something about that ham sandwich not agreeing with him, but you’ve beaten me to it.
Ah well, better luck next time…
Even villains can fall victim to irritable bowel syndrome. 🙂
LOL!! So the “immortal” G.A.T.E.S may not be so invincible after all… funny twist indeed. Can’t wait to see where this is going.
Soo… stoner withdrawl from overuse of power? Or just Airsick?
Most likely stoner withdrawl. He’s much more of a beginner than Cole after all, and even though he’s witnessed the phenomenon, he’s never experienced it himself and thus does not know his limits yet. That will give the Hero party the time they need, but will also prepare Simon for his final battle. suspense, suspense… 🙂
Interesting theory… 😉
Looks like we have an answer in a secret place that Pablo guards…
[youdon’thearthis]As in the voting place[/youdon’thearthis]
Powers and knowledge aside, this panel shows another point about Simon being a much more dangerous Banestone wielder than any other before him. He’s doing it because he believes it’s how he can atone for past sins, he thinks he’s redeeming his mistakes by doing that. That makes his destructive quest, in his eyes alone, a noble one as well as one that needs to be done.
It’s a similar mindset to the one Jon had when he was just freed from the Time lock, only with different objectives.
Exactly. I always like stories with villains who have strong motivations other than just being evil for the sake of evilness. I hope I accomplished that here.
You did indeed, but notice that you did it through madness with Simon. I expect you to do so through something else, something new, when it eventually comes to Primrose. :p
Although i’m saying that but i have the feeling you’ve already started doing just that, judging by Primrose’s recent darker actions being motivated by fear, anger and blind vengence rather than misguided guilt and misguided need for redemption like Simon. 🙂
Not sure if this question came before in the comments. Quick question: If Simon wasn’t trying to be the ruler when he gets back the world to the original timeline, would you agree with him?
This is a great question!
This is Jon’s question actually and he’s going to have to answer it before this story is over. That’s all I can say for now. 😉
As for me, i would not. Each world and timeline has its own ups and downs, good and evils, things to keep and things to change. It’s a balance, a ying/yang of sorts, that makes each world, dimension and timeline as worthy as any other.
If Jon wants the change he feel is needed, he has to do it constructivly and through discussion to gain others’ approval, not in a forceful way like Simon is trying to. These two in a way are similar to the sage of 6 path (gentle human from the past with godlike abilities) and his mother (even more powerful, but using forceful methods to bring world peace) from Naruto universe. 🙂
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