Ok, Wally’s main objective throughout this arc is to keep his new family safe, so the moment he learns that reality is going to colapse on everyone, he leaves everything previously planned to the wolves and bolts straight back to them.
Duffy’s main motivation is to either save or at least avenge his younger brother, so after learning about the topsider’s role as a possible rescuer he abandons any designs upon her life and even forces Wally to rejoin the group’s efforts.
Funny how they both switch between rational and purely emotional behaviour, but often off-set each other in key moments, so that there’s balance. Like magnetic polarities – constantly different, but identical in nature.
True. I’m just saying that at this point I might be more liberal when placing the point of credibility. Despite her being a topsider.
I like that Wally – a talking bipedal cat with an engineering degree and magical abilities, living in a world of monsters, fortune telling ponds and demigods, can somehow still muster enough cynicism to question the person who literally appeared out of thin air.
So, the bugs are cross-dimensional.
Wally can see them from where he is, but the Topsider has to wait until they’re in close proximity.
Chick and the rest of the group couldn’t see the Topsider, despite being close. However the Topsider saw Chick, because he was close and seems to have a navigational system of some kind.
Wally doesn’t such a device, but is still equpped with the dittos, which may be helping him in more ways than the purely physical.
Whether that’s a good thing or not we’ll have to see…
Don’t touch the appalling, interdimensional fishbug things, they might construe it as… interest.
Duffy: Error 404 – Windows cannot locate mocking protocol and needs to restart.
Go, Laundrocat! We believe in you!
(Yes, I’m sticking to calling him that. Sue me!)
Ravenscroft can be playing him. You know, abusing the guilt of a mischief-maker in order to get him to do what he knows needs to be done, but is unable to do himself. I sense a tragedy forming…
Wake up, Laundrocat! We need you!
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