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  1. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 17 days 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”

  2. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 23 days ago

    Though an otherwise cliche way to get rid of the villain, it is perversely apt that he would be undone by the unsportsmanly conduct of the crowd. Now to see what the crowd is going to do with multiple blows of the nursery massacre/major fire/fight fail

  3. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    Darwinskeeper- While our Fearless Leader has not let us in on the details of his world (suspect that he didn’t intend for the over-scrutiny, more of a hold on and go for the ride) the character of the dust, especially dusted organics, is that it is hydrogen and carbon which is specifically missing. Overall, the implications so far is that trans-dimensional effects are involved, along with selective atomic element stripping.

  4. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    What Me Worried and Mr Sherman- Well, actually, there are so many unanswered questions about the basics that who knows what can really happen. That being said, Mr Sherman’s spectulations are no better founded than mine that Zero Weapon bi-products would be particularly nonflammable. (“zero weapons” are disintegrator effect devices, leaving only dust or, maybe, the odd landscape the Lizard town is hidden in) On a more practical level, in a sealed cavern like structure, any minor flammables would have a disproportionate heating and smoking effect, so it would not take all that much content to have a serious impact
    You would not need to have the whole thing flammable.

  5. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    Jim plus a sub-set of dittos might be a thing, as they have demonstrated a mental connection/communicative ability. Such would help with his “reading” the fears/weaknesses of our heroes.

  6. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    Regarding Jim and the poison gas, as previously speculated, it seems to have been more a simple displacement/asphyxiation gas rather than a true toxic/war gas, so would be more iffy a killer. On the other hand, since we’re talking about the cruel mechinations of Our Author, could it have been May Lou? Or the Boy from Scranton? Tune in Wensday (and likely NOT get the direct answer to these and other questions, in the next exciting episode)

  7. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 5 months ago

    Okay, so it is more likely a simple displacement gas. Any actual war gas is just too toxic, and even most incidentally poisonous gases tend to be nasty enough that even the lizard people wouldn’t be that casual about it.

  8. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 5 months ago

    I just realized that it may not be so much a toxic gas, considering that it is being used adjacent to living spaces, but a simple displacement gas, perhaps even sented to warn of its use. Enough volume of CO2 or an inert like Argon is still lethal.

  9. steve gallacci commented on Arlo and Janis 6 months ago

    As a widower, just looking is something you can’t ever have done enough.

  10. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 8 months ago

    Bringing up the woman hits man aspect is, ultimately, a distraction tactic to pull the conversation away from the vast majority of man hits woman violence. Nabuq’ seems to be a troll for Outrage Politics, his various posts might as well be cutting and pasting various talking points from the Furious Fringe.