Go, Ozzy! Go!
Less Talkie, more Stabby!
Maxim 29: The enemy of my enemy is my enemy’s enemy. No more, no less.
I know, I’m being nitpicky, but the “did this just became” really should be “become”… after seeing it I forget to pay attention to the sentence it is in.
Looks like saving the world turned into a game of “Bash the Monkey”. Again
Old Rimbauld has got the o_O eye thing going.
This will not end will for the proto-godling.
Ideal outcome: Rimbaud 4 blasts Edison to oblivion while Dr. Oz does a craniectomy on Rimbaud 4
Note that Rimbaud 4 is taking back his familiar Edison. Seems that may break the contract & hold Edison has on Col. Proctor.
Now wait a minute, bow ties are cool! But the hat needs to be a Stetson or a fez.
Now, Oz…repeat after me: “The enemy of my enemy is my enemy’s enemy, no more, no less.”
I have a strange feeling “someone” is mocking our love of hats?!
Interesting that Edison aided Oz so that Oz is the first to arrive on the scene when offhand I would estimate that Oz is the most antipathetic of the adventurers toward Edison. ….. Wondering if Demonic Monkey bites like the one Edison gave Oz previously work anything like vampire bites are said to do: begin to give control…..
Where are Hilda & Humphrey? Just a moment ago they were next to Col. Proctor…
Oz seems to have a deep-rooted hatred against 4th walls – he keeps breaking them
Nah, it’s more like “Genre Savvy-senses tingling!!” Oz seems like the kind of guy who memorized TV Tropes and knows when one thing’s about to happen. Recall their world is much like ours, so there’s a chance he associates the situation and casually snarks about it.
4th Wall hate would be more like “Aaron (remember, he’d probably know the author by name so he’d casually speak it loudly), it’s only our second adventure! Why do you drag me into these situations!? What’s that about Humphrey!?” That’d be natural. So far, he shows to be Genre Savvy, no less and no more.
Oooh, just thought. We should give Rimbaud an oversized octopus.
Then he could yell
“Releash the Kraken!”
PRO TIP: if you’re a fantastically powerful being using dumb (compared to you) sword jocks to help you enslave their enemy, while also enslaving their own ally and implying heavily that you’re going to do just as you please with the nigh-infinite power you are in the process of accumulating …
… it might be a good idea not to call them “idiots” until AFTER they have disabled said enemy. They just might prefer the power-mad proto-god that they know to the power-mad proto-god that they don’t.
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