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  1. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 1 day ago

    Wabbit- I suspect she wants them dead as a demonstration of her lizardly commitment. And, maybe because they are the only ones who can contradict her increasingly bizarre narritive.

  2. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 1 day ago

    Seems more and more like Sarah was a Trojan Horse. I’m also wonder that the TSers might have even more wherewithal than we’ve been given to believe. Maybe the WHOLE Flask bit has been a red herring?? Or…. the TSers are not a monolith and Sarah and Co. represent a different faction and the factions don’t awknowledge each other?

  3. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 3 days ago

    Nab- what the hell are you talking about re- Portland?

  4. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 3 days ago

    Further thought on dumb lizards- Yeah, considering the paranoia that EndTown showed to TSers, it seems weird that the lizards would take in Sarah so quickly- unless it is a particularly indiscriminate “one of us” reaction. Doesn’t make much sense.

  5. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 4 days ago

    OMG! It just stuck me that, given the tendency for sociopaths to project their own issues on their foes, that Sarah could actually be a TSer Trojan Horse all along. That and she has an awfully well-developed narrative for everything, not that something couldn’t be worked up on the fly, but it is almost too good. At the same time, I’m wondering about the gullability of the lizards in general- she was a TSer herself just a week or so ago, so her claim of indentity and shared whatever shouldn’t hold up to serious thought.

  6. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 9 days ago

    I ’m not sure she knows about the source of the stadium fire(??) Perhaps she is only aware of the original fire (wonder how….) and assumed that was the source/cause. Does seem like she has become power mad and is capable of anything.

  7. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 11 days ago

    It seems that Flask was shown only a fraction of APEX’s potential, perhaps she and her site were just outlaiers, and the full extent of APEX (or whoever runs things now) is elsewhere? The rocket complex that she wanted to destroy may have started off being the real thing, but seems to have been turned into a decoy at little cost. Similarly, the large number of transporters and their crews hint at substaintial assets, human and material, the more advanced drones even more so. On the other hand, we’re talking about a whole world, and what has been shown could be the total of what APEX has been able to scrape up world (or what portion it might have access to) wide. With very advanced manufacturing technologies, there need be next to no one needed for hands on, so the bulk of any surviving population could become cannon fodder or even a source for canning (given the right pretext) especially for that portion that might not exactly fit the ideology.

  8. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 23 days ago

    Always the forlorn hope of some deus ex machina ditto trick (yes I know about their limits otherwise) . Though, they might be able to tweak their albedo to provide some thermal protection and give her an extra critical moment for whatever outcome she might not otherwise have. Arron is a tricky one.

  9. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 23 days ago

    Since Arron could do almost anything (the Evil Genius that he is) a worse case may be Wally having to not let Kirbee burn to death and having to live with that on top of all his other ghosts.
    Or…..can Dittos save the day?

  10. steve gallacci commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    Just had a thought about the lizard morphology- The mutants have become anthropomorphics, but in a literally cartoony fashion, perhaps subconsciously defaulted from cartoon imagry? So, in the case of the lizards, as they don’t really look like any real lizards so much, perhaps there was a cartoon lizard design they are patterned after? And I can’t help but think of them as “lee-zards”