This is a toadally bad situation!
…I am officially declaring war on Punday Sunday.
End of Line
I know! They croaked everyone!
Yeaaaaaaaaaah, kinda saw this coming. Amplifier Artifacts tend to be stupidly OP.
…and apparently, I fail at basic HTML5.
Link that was supposed to be in there: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/AmplifierArtifact
Or maybe the server side form validation supress HTML tags for security reasons. 😉
The anchor tag went through alright, it just seems to have sent the href along to eternal oblivion in /dev/null (layman term: “Deleted”).
I know it used to work, maybe WordPress tightened security at some point.
Now that I think of it, that incident is bound to damage further relations between our heroes and Princess Primrose (or is she Queen now ?)
Ooh, ouch. Yeah. Even benevolent authority figures get pretty upset about any collateral damage the good guys fail to prevent.
…I’m calling it, Primrose is gonna be important in this arc.
Depends. If this transformation isn’t permanent, it isn’t that big of a deal as long as Kyri & Co. can undo it quickly.
Like Primrose cares about such a small detail… :’)
Oh, obviously she’s going to make a big deal out of it.
But, you know, she’d blame them if the day was rainy, demanding they be put to death for ruining her pic-nic.
…whatever happened to the Rainstone anyway? I’d assume Bolo and Gog sold it long ago, but it seems too useful/versatile/powerful to NOT be in use by its current owner.
Technically, she’s not royalty. Her father should still be the ruler, since his mind has been restored.
Sounds like I missed something. Last time i checked, daddy dearest was still crippled, Gog and Bolo taken to the castle so that Gog would be able to try and heal him as soon as he himself would wake up from his Healstone overuse.
Looks like he was cured off-panel.
In that case i stand corrected. She IS royalty (since she is the daughter of the King) but she is not Queen just yet. 🙂
Nah. Quandel is not a king. He is the Lord of St. Louis, but not king.
Subtle difference, yeah, but when dealing with nobles it’s always better to use the proper titles.
Even with Lord Quandel restored, I’d imagine Primrose still has some pull with the garrison and various “local” authorities. That, and I wouldn’t put a political coup past her if she becomes disgruntled enough.
I think that if she wants to get more power, a better move would be to subtly influence her father’s decisions, rather than a coup. After all, as far as we know Lord Quandel is at the very least considered ok by the public opinion, and overthrowing him might alienate the garrison/nobles/gentry.
Whatever authority Primrose had while she ruled St. Louis was because she was Quandel’s eldest and he was missing, not because anybody actually respects her for her accomplishments or qualities. If she publicly takes the ruling in her own hands while Quandel is still alive and capable, I don’t think she’d have as much loyalty from the troops has she did before.
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