So, the Caravella War is more True Romance than Yojimbo/Fistful of Dollars?
(Austin, you do relise that using "Up" in Croquet is just 3, not 4 dimensional? I guess you are playing it through time, but that's the case in any game...)
I would of thought the BEST way of getting the cuffs on Vinnie would be to suggest an (ahem) intimate assignation aboard ship and slip them on. He's a Xenophile, so I guess he'd be interested in "knowing" Sasha or Liamora better. But heading into combat without your party tank sounds like a great idea!
Lauren: "Please come aboard our ship. There is absolutely nothing suspicious about doing that. There certainly isn't somebody hiding out there, nor is it any kind of trap. Not at all!"
I can just picture Lauren with the Witchlight: "Now, children, we need to learn about death and why it's wrong to disintegrate people..."
And that's why I'll never get a tattoo!
Last Edit: Dec 18, 2018 12:22:58 GMT -6 by johnpaul
I feel like Vinny should have died from the witchlight the moment the conduit cancelling handcuffs were put on him.
. Yeah, what is with that? At first, I tried to reason it away by saying the witchlight didn't kill him because it knew its powers didn't work on him so why not just hang out in his stomach, but then this episode said Dregg would be killed by the minute he fell asleep because all it wants to do is take apart everything around it. So yes, the witchlight should have killed Vinny in the second those conduit canceling handcuffs were put on him. Nice plothole Austin.