She had to stop rocking the Endstone, yes, but… dropping it on the ground?? Isn’t that a little… unsafe when the guy who wants it is right in front of you?
Actually. . . she can step on it if need be. She needs her hands free. 🙂
Does this mean that monkey people cannot rock stones with their feet!? That makes me slightly sad for some reason.
Rock that Rainstone!
Uh huh. So she’s battling toads using rain. Right. She should have watched the first X-Men movie. Then she’d know the proper way to deal with Toads. 😉
Maybe the Rainstone also does lightning …
We don’t know (yet) the full extent of the powers given by the Rainstone. Maybe it’s not just rain summoning, but rather weather manipulation themed around rain and storm… much like how Ororo “Storm” of the X-Men uses her weather manipulation power most of the time. 😉
I must admit that I don’t understand Storm. If she got her powers from a mutation, that would mean that she is a very powerful telekinetic. So why then, does she limit herself to atmospheric manipulation?
Excellent. This stone is just right for her.
So hey, it only makes sense to drop the endstone. After all, its power is that it stops stone usage right? i figure it wouldnt effect the toads, just more summoning of them. So having a stone that could potentially stop the main threat currently (toads) makes more sense than being resistant to magic.
That is one pissed off deer. Love the lines and motion of this sequence so far Tony! Can’t wait to see where this goes.
I hope she calls down a tornado. I want to see some frog in a blender action.
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