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  1. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 3 days ago

    Veteran- The loose lines as life-boat rigging was my first thought in the previous scenes as well, but would only be adjacent to likely lifeboat positions, not draped over the various propulsion pods.

  2. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 4 days ago

    The dangling lines could be the remains of lift envelope rigging- if the ship was lofted by such and the pods are merely thrusters of some sort.

  3. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 5 days ago

    A PS, if the ship had flying pods, that would imply a particularly robust structure to deal with lift point loads- and clarify some of the tech base not fully explained before.

  4. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 5 days ago

    If it hasn’t been scoured by scavengers, there could be all kinds of crew stores- unless they’ve been undone by Amesworth Radiation. Similarly, as this is a bulk cargo ship, it could have anything from coal to corn. Normally, a ship might not endure at that angle (the Titanic is not a good example, however) but REALLY WEIRD things happened in the Last War, so almost anything is possible.

  5. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 26 days ago

    Could be something good, could be something bad- in terms of the story telling. Used well it could give them a fighting chance against the TSers, used poorly, could become a lame deus ex machina for all kinds of “perils of Pauline” situations. Heres to hoping Aaron uses it for good.

  6. steve gallacci commented on Arlo and Janis 27 days ago

    oh, what a waste- I’m in the middle of converting my jack-o-lantern into pu’kin pies.

  7. steve gallacci commented on Dick Tracy 29 days ago

    The hat and coat are not right, unless that is deliberate, as “Chalice” is taking on the role of Tracy and has his style of coat. I applaude the stretch in the writing. Way to go Mike.

  8. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 29 days ago

    Some of you seem to forget that the TSers have Amesworth disintegrator technology, which in this case seems to mean that the missile drilled into the earth and disintegrated a huge cavity which now seems to be collapsing. For reference, a deep nuke will also make for a fierce shock, but the post shot slump would not be anywhere near that deep.

  9. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 29 days ago

    Dang, don’t know what is going on. Best guess is that the dittos are extending an image of the crater beyond our heroes? But why, if so? Or…. we are in the middle of some cartoon physics and they haven’t started falling yet (ya know, you don’t start falling until you do a double take)

  10. steve gallacci commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    Frith Ra – Liquifaction doesn’t create holes, voids, or pits, the soil simply no longer can support a load on it and things sink into it. The pictures are of a sink hole of some sort, likely an Amesworth weapon created void.