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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:08 pm 
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    Well done, Tram.

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:08 pm 
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    The tankeroo is absolutely wuvewy!

    And I'm glad we see a peek into Tremmennis' mind, and doubly so that it's not about Jillian. Whew.

    "Jetstone does not rock". Awwww. The Titans need to show the NORP side some more wuve methinks :cry:

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:09 pm 
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    Wow, so Ford will find no targets of oportunity. So sad.

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:10 pm 
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    So ... deviously clever. More of that.

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:16 pm 
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    "Liffin?"
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    "OH! Elleffen! Ha ha! Gotcha. Nice."

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:17 pm 
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    Well at least Trem had the brains to leave behind the casters but he is still letting old strategies of Jetstone rule his choices. I liked the "Winnie the Pooh" reference in the art, but where is Tigger? I wonder how his actions are going to pan out, because I feel that something is going to make this the wrong choice. over all great update!

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:22 pm 
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    LFNs, G-RAFs and a tankaroo. Awesome.
    Any guesses as to what the initials stand for in Erf?

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:39 pm 
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    So, no casters, flyers, or archery. That leaves leadership for Captain Ford to target.

    I also liked that Winnie the Pooh artistic reference. I guess that makes Tramennis "Roo". :)

    I wonder how hard it will actually be for Tramennis to fight his former friends and allies.

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:49 pm 
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    Xorbon wrote:
    I wonder how hard it will actually be for Tramennis to fight his former friends and allies.


    You've seen Shaun of the Dead? That difficult.

    I mean
    Spoiler: show
    shooting the flatmate

    difficult, not

    Spoiler: show
    shooting the mom

    difficult.

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:54 pm 
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    Ninjaguineapig wrote:
    LFNs, G-RAFs and a tankaroo. Awesome.
    Any guesses as to what the initials stand for in Erf?

    I have no idea, but I decided to take a guess regardless. Why not, right?

    LFN = Large Fuzzy Noses

    G-RAF = Guidepost - Reference Above Formations

    tankeroo = self explanatory

    Okay, so those are extremely lame guesses, but oh well.

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 2:57 pm 
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    cloudbreaker wrote:
    LFN = Large Fuzzy Noses


    Yeah right. Just like pilots refer to the B-52 as the Big Fat Fellow ;)

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 3:00 pm 
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    BLANDCorporatio wrote:
    You've seen Shaun of the Dead? That difficult.


    I have seen it. Pretty good movie. Not as funny as I'd hoped, but enjoyable.

    A difference between these decrypted guys and zombies is that zombies aren't sentient.

    I think it will be hardest for Tramennis to kill Ossomer when (and if ) it gets to that point in the story.

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 3:07 pm 
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    Xorbon wrote:
    I have seen it. Pretty good movie. Not as funny as I'd hoped, but enjoyable.


    You're dead to me. D-E-D.

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 3:18 pm 
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    Well done to Trem! Everything needed to shoot down dwagons is left behind. Lower-level Warlords in front - in the best case they'll get XP they need, in the worst case they croak but they're not the ones needed for the assault anyway.

    About the only thing that could go wrong is Tramennis himself croaking - but I have enough confidence that Jetstone knows how to do routine mop-up operations like this without endangering their CW, even if the enemy tries to target him exclusively.

    Looks good for Trem so far.

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     Post Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 3:21 pm 
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    Xorbon wrote:
    I also liked that Winnie the Pooh artistic reference. I guess that makes Tramennis "Roo". :)


    Just an FYI to anyone who isn't familiar with the new 3d animated kid's show "My Friends Tigger and Pooh", the LFN looks just like a (larger and angrier) version of Lumpy, the friendly Heffalump child. Oh, uh.... I only know this because my little brothers used to watch it. <.< >.>

    Apparently, he also appears in "Pooh's Heffalump Movie".

    Also, "Jetstone does not rock" made me grin.

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    I just have to say, "FOR SALAD!" is a good battle cry. Possibly better than "For Pony!"

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    Ninjaguineapig wrote:
    LFNs, G-RAFs and a tankaroo. Awesome.
    Any guesses as to what the initials stand for in Erf?


    LFN= LFNs Fight Nasty

    G-RAF= Golem - Rabid, Armored and Fearsome

    They'd probably have GNUs as well, but GNUs are Not Units.

    :D

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    Fiendishrabbit wrote:
    They'd probably have GNUs as well, but GNUs are Not Units.

    :D


    Hah! Well played, sir.

    ...on an unrelated note, we have talk of archers "conserving arrows" for the dwagons.

    I have to say, I'm becoming a fan of the theory that ranged units have a finite amount of "ammo" that they get each turn. Makes sense, fits the way people talk about ranged fighting. (Not to make this a discussion of archery mechanics. Militarized hundred-acre woods and Tramennis not walking in to stupid traps are much better discussions!)

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    fruityjanitor wrote:
    Xorbon wrote:
    I also liked that Winnie the Pooh artistic reference. I guess that makes Tramennis "Roo". :)


    Just an FYI to anyone who isn't familiar with the new 3d animated kid's show "My Friends Tigger and Pooh", the LFN looks just like a (larger and angrier) version of Lumpy, the friendly Heffalump child. Oh, uh.... I only know this because my little brothers used to watch it. <.< >.>

    Apparently, he also appears in "Pooh's Heffalump Movie".

    Also, "Jetstone does not rock" made me grin.



    I got this too. I guess LFN is the Heffalump ("Ellefen")?

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