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Endtown by Aaron Neathery


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  1. DADOF3 commented on Endtown about 24 hours ago

    Here’s another thought to mull over: Thinking back to the first time “Lyn” did the monster mash, what would most likely have happened if he hadn’t been there to mutate? There we had a newly mouse-ified Holly and a half dozen buddibombs. Seems likely to me that she was primed to go the way of her snake lady neighbor. But, amazingly, “Lyn” who had just left for work, reappears and, luckily for Holly, turns into a bigger, badder target and not only draws the attention of the happy little herd, but lures them out of the house so they do their thing without harming Holly. Amazing coincidence, noble sacrifice, or intentional intervention? Hindsight CAN be 20/20, but not until all the facts are revealed. Curiouser and curiouser. ;-)

  2. DADOF3 commented on Endtown 1 day ago

    All of the nightmare fuel we have seen prior to this little trip down the rabbit hole have lost all traces of human appearance in the transition. Lots of eyes, yes. But also lots of pointy teeth (the better to munch you with, my dear). Even the chef who mutated went the traditional route. But both times this “Lyn” entity has changed, it has been into something that still bore some identifiable resemblance to it’s human form. Exceptions to the rule do happen in the real world; but it a story like this, I have a hunch that they exist to highlight something important. ;-)

  3. DADOF3 commented on Endtown 2 days ago

    Theoretically Amesworth radiation will turn anything to dust at high enough levels. (except Twinkies of course, they are nearly impervious) ;-)

  4. DADOF3 commented on Endtown 2 days ago

    Ok. I know there’s a point to all this, but things have gotten way beyond weird. I’m sure the change in appearance means something. At first I agreed with whoever it was that attributed it to Wally being covered in dust, but I now think it’s more than that. This is more like the “fade” that Flask and Marx exchanged during her “healing”, but still different. I guess this could be the Endtown version of the “Twilight Zone” :) We know this attacker looks like Lynn (or what we were given Lynn looked like) and we know Lynn went nightmare fuel, so it isn’t that much of a stretch to see this happen. Help Aaron! We need something to grab on to before we lose all sense of direction. Just which way IS up anyway? ;-)

  5. DADOF3 commented on Endtown 5 days ago

    Dittos – the next evolution of CGI. ;-)

  6. DADOF3 commented on Endtown 5 days ago

    Ok. We were watching a presentation, a 3D powerpoint if you will. That’s over. Now we are getting to the presenter. Whatever this is, it seems to look like the representation in the presentation who was identified as Lyn. This may not even be a real being either. The “real” Lyn is long dead, over six years ago. Aaron has us so far outside the box right now that it’s nowhere to be seen. Hopefully this little wrestling match brings us closer to some answers.

  7. DADOF3 commented on Endtown 5 days ago

    He ought to be getting good at this business of fighting beings twice his size. He’s sure had plenty of practice…
    the security guy at Jacob’s rally, Linda’s topsider partner, Marx, Flask, the lizard guy (twice), now Lyn. Wally can’t seem to get along with anyone…. ;-)

  8. DADOF3 commented on Endtown 6 days ago

    Remember folks, what we (and Wally) have been watching is NOT (necessarily) a strict replay of past events. It’s like one of those movies that is “based on a true story” and the folks actually involved can barely recognize themselves. This presentation was done for a PURPOSE and very likely involved a large helping of “artistic license” in order to achieve that purpose. I think we are getting very close to finding out what that purpose may be, though as always, I could be way out in left field. It’s just that we’ve a ton of puzzle pieces dumped in our lap since old Octavius did his pole dance and I think we may be about to start putting some edge pieces together. ;-)

  9. DADOF3 commented on Endtown 7 days ago

    Just a thought… None of us have the slightest clue as to what Lyn actually looked like. All we have here is whatever the dittos depict. We have seen this whole episode from the viewpoint of the observers (Wally & Co.). This could actually be some Marxian relative, or associate, who was merely playing the part of Lyn in the depiction. What I’m really getting at is this: the only one who knows what is really going on is Aaron. We think we “know” a lot of “facts” but all we really know are the glimpses that he has seen fit to reveal of the actual big picture beneath the surface. That’s what great storytellers do, and that’s why Endtown is so full of amazing twists and turns. For me, the more confusing and impossible the situation seems to be, the closer we are to being shown another incredible piece of the “real” Universe Neathery that has always been there, just beneath the dust. ;-)

  10. DADOF3 commented on Endtown 7 days ago

    Now, let’s be clear. She was a “girl”, and she was his “friend”, but she was not his “girlfriend”. ;-)