Started by Tapewolf, January 18, 2012, 03:46:41 PM
Quote from: Merlin on November 23, 2012, 09:21:59 PMIt's true; Illiath is the best
Quote from: Tapewolf on November 30, 2012, 04:09:31 PMThis chapter should answer a few of llearch's questions from before.
Quote from: llearch n'n'daCorna on December 01, 2012, 06:34:04 AMErm... Looking back (4 pages or so, to August 20) I can only see two questions, and one of those wasn't really a question, it was more on the order of a thought experiment.
QuoteAnd I'm going to be amused to see how - for example, the flaw here when you have two of them. Or three - takes more setup, but the same basic flaw is present. "When I say to go, I want machine 1 to destroy machine 2, machine 2 to destroy machine 3, and machine 3 to destroy machine 1. Go." Splat.
QuoteOn a totally different subject, would you object to me collating the various chapters of this story into an epub or a pdf or something? I'm thinking something I can drop into my ereader, but I figure others might be interested in it as well, hence asking.
Quote from: Ignuus66 on December 07, 2012, 07:45:59 PMDo the androids have anti-paradox machines? all I would have said "Attempt self destruct and if it requires a code then repeat attempt self destruct until it no longer requires a code" and then say "the previous command has priority over all others"
Quote from: joshofspam on December 15, 2012, 08:47:59 PMSeems like some of the Panthers might be getting a little more chummy then others with Daryil.Well when you give them the ability to think personalities of all kinds are bound to appear.
Quote from: llearch n'n'daCorna on December 27, 2012, 05:43:43 AMYeah, I was wondering about the porridge baguette - I'm really not sure how that would work. >.<
QuoteAlso, surely James should be saying "Thank you, Headmistress."?
Quote from: Tapewolf on December 27, 2012, 07:06:07 AMThick and sticky porridge, spread like jam. I'm more worried about how we'll draw it if things get that far.
Quote from: llearch n'n'daCorna on December 29, 2012, 01:42:19 PMAO flapjack?Erm. You what?
Quote from: Tapewolf on December 29, 2012, 02:04:25 PMQuote from: llearch n'n'daCorna on December 29, 2012, 01:42:19 PMAO flapjack?Erm. You what?Chapter 11, second section."Ah, Nigel," he beamed. "How's things going at Grunmore? Actually, I need to pick your brains for a minute. I've been looking into plans for expansion for the next phase of the project... we need to pick some other innocuous and cheap food produced in Grunmore and promote it as a lifestyle accessory."I'm thinking about that mush you get when you leave the cereal in the bowl for too long... we could even come up with a trademark name for it. But we probably want something else, maybe interestingly-flavoured mashed potato... Blancmange sandwiches... no, flapjack! That'll do."See, my plan is to open up a chain of strip clubs, which serve the stuff as a staple. That way, we can associate flapjack with sex and promote it as a forbidden delight..."
Quote from: joshofspam on January 05, 2013, 10:08:19 PMThe supremacy of the 'Cubi race?I always thought Taun was more in line with Judge Dredd then some mad dictator. Though I guess quibbling such points with Lady Finch would be a waste of time when there are more important things on the line.
QuoteLike getting back one of Taun's children, an entire clans collective throats from being placed on the chopping block and making a point of not to mess with the Taun's. Gosh, just a message from Taun can be intense. One can only imagine what getting a in person meeting with her can be like.
Quote from: Tapewolf on January 06, 2013, 08:00:58 AMQuote from: joshofspam on January 05, 2013, 10:08:19 PMThe supremacy of the 'Cubi race?I always thought Taun was more in line with Judge Dredd then some mad dictator. Though I guess quibbling such points with Lady Finch would be a waste of time when there are more important things on the line.I'm told that Taun isn't necessarily very nice. And that yes, she does think that the 'Cubi race should be on top. Not in a cruel way, but definitely in charge. However, she's not fanatical about it in the crazy way that some of the Fa'Rana clan are.