The Choice

posted 15th Jul 2018, 10:53 AM

The Choice
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15th Jul 2018, 10:53 AM

BUMBLEBEE

Persuant to his ethics, Parcifal gives the goblins a choice between life and death. Provided they can even understand him. But that, like everything else, is according to Aessa's will...

This is the second upload for this weekend, so if you didn't see yesterday's click back a page!

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15th Jul 2018, 11:14 AM

Chippewa Ghost

Getting back to previous discussion, Parcifal has got recent, concrete examples of Aessa's power... bearing that in mind, the limitations on his tactics are understandable if only from a purely transactional standpoint.

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15th Jul 2018, 2:00 PM

BUMBLEBEE

That's totally true. For all the inconvenience his creed creates, he does get something tangible out of it, and not just an ambiguous promise of post-life "paradise." In fact, the Aessian concept of an afterlife is just more fighting, but this time on another plane of existence and for much higher stakes than life or death. They see the mortal world as a sort of boot camp, to prep them for the real battle of good vs evil.

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15th Jul 2018, 3:06 PM

jamie59

definitely working up his bag of hot wind.

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15th Jul 2018, 9:36 PM

BUMBLEBEE

That’s why I did two pages this week - lots of monologue to get through. Especially with Parcifal, everything he says is so convoluted and flowery, it takes a lot of bubble space. But to quote Judas Priest - here’s where the talking ends.

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