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#80 - That moment when you realize you know exactly where someone's …  [+] (2 replies) 09/10/2016 on Hide and seek champ 0
#86 - capshep (09/10/2016) [-]
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#88 - raamageddon (09/10/2016) [-]
Hey, still a good game.
#48 - Y'know, when I saw that picture of Maximus that gameshredder p…  [+] (2 replies) 09/04/2016 on Scrap & Topheavy #38 +2
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#49 - gameshredder (09/04/2016) [-]
I've toyed with the idea, but I dislike it.

In terms of writing, I feel like bringing them back for one fight would just be shoehorning them in, even if they were flipped to be evil.

In terms of continuity, it would mean the necromancer would have to raise them from their graves, which are somewhere near Galley's tower. And there exists no bosses in that area.

In terms of magic in this universe, I think Necromancy and healing powers are overpowered, and as such will have no part in the story. Only the LV1000 Lord has the power to resurrect beings, which is something he only uses on the bosses he has established. If they were to be brought back, they'd be mindless zombies with no powers, and that's not what I would want if they were to be brought back. I'd want them to have their powers and personality, and subtracting those qualities would just be placing corpses in the armor of Maximus, Cord, and Hord.
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#50 - raamageddon (09/04/2016) [-]
That's fair, and under that context I can definitely respect that choice. It's always hard to resurrect a character in any story without it seeming like their death never really mattered, or feeling like the danger from there is more or less moot. "Deus Ex Machina," if you will.

Depriving them of the "self" definitely would make the situation pretty pointless in the end, and if that's the only way they could function in the universe you've established then I agree, better to stray away, it'd lose too much to be meaningful.

Though I am glad to hear you at least considered it. It was a random thought that had popped into my head, but it sounds like you beat me to the punchline. Hell, actually, I'm glad to hear the fact that you've got the universe fleshed out to that degree for that matter.

On a final note, I've been reading your comics since the first issue and I love 'em. Keep up the good work, mate. And thanks for the reply, too.