Thanks for reading and see you next week :D
those faces, Dins smug grin that just says "thats right im the shit"
Hehehehe thanks xD
Do you realize that this was not a continuous transformation, Din
Do you realize that you just destroyed the sea's topology
Also that you'll possibly be responsible for dozens of shipwrecks, not to mention the annoyance to those that manage not to crash into your bridge but will still be trapped on one side of it
You're a bad person Din, you're a bad person
He's a TERRIBLE person! xD
Fortunately the bridge won't be there toooo long...especially if a ship crashes into it.
which is why i was wondering why he didnt do it in segments.
1) disallows for being tracked or followed
2) doesnt screw with anything like the underwater ecosystem
3) no fishing/trading vessel will crash
4) less energy used at once (unless it was less expensive to do it all at once)
5) some guy on the opposite shore isnt going to go "wth? SOMEBODY SUMMON THE GUARD!" that we cant see.
The getting tracked thing will be addressed in a few pages. Doing the bridge all in one shot is risky, but for other reasons so is doing it in segments.
But there was also a bit of wanting to show off.
Hm, so he can manipulate the consistency of things too...I wonder if he can freeze the water?
LOL Artemis' face XD Love it!
He could have, yes! And that is a method I had considered for making the bridge, but figured it would have similar issues to stone along with the ability to melt xD;
I was going to say "Omg Conan's face. It's beautiful." but then--
Omg, Artemis' face. It's beautiful xDDDD
Hahahahaha yessssss xDD
Love that the horse is also shocked! :D
Ahahaha yes xD!
A cursed Magician on a quest to overthrow an ancient kingdom, a horseman who really just wants to get home to his girlfriend, and the windborne magic that binds them both.
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