reply to post by wildtimes
Nah, I'll work with what's there. That's part of the fun of it!
It's 3 days back to the cabin on foot or by horse, but there are supposed to be two tumblers somewhere nearby to the burning town, so it won't take
nearly that long to make the trip with space age transport.
I'm somewhat concerned over the Splitter - it appears to have a split(tered) personality! In one scene, it's on the side of the "good guys", and in
the next it's appearing to cozy up with the Evil Thievin' Dieties (tm). What the heck is that hyperdimensional being up to?
Now, neno probably can't split the opposition asunder, since death to an "immortal" is essentially meaningless, but at the same time they can't do him
any permanent damage, either, since he's "immortal" as well. What to do? I have ideas...
It ought to be a roaring good running bash-fest, and
there are worse things than dying - which these deities have apparently not yet figured out.
Neno can teach 'em that, with the right sort of help.
Reference: the running battles Gilgamesh fought with Inanna (A.K.A. Ishtar). He, a mere demi-god, had not much trouble keeping her ALL twisted up.
Pandora's strategy is doomed to failure, and there better not be any really giant bulls hanging around when she figures that out - it's ignoble for a
goddess to get slapped upside the head with a leg torn off of her own pet!
ETA: Oops! If Skinny and Squibbs are at Gert's cabin, they're back in Vandalia, and no longer in the Badlands ready to pick up the crew there. Now, no
one except Carpet and Chumley ever knew they were there to begin with, and whomever they told, but if the Tumblers and both droids are gone, what sort
of communication can we expect to recall them? Chumley can't just scream into the air "Skinny and Squibbs, you bring scrawny rusted asses back now!
Why you 'bandon post?" and expect to be head 60 or 90 miles away.. maybe he's got some sort of walkie-talkie to rake them over the coals with?
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