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Saving the City: Sans-Spandex


What a month it was!  Laura and I both set personal bests for words written and words written in a single day.  Our region had a banner year for winners, and a grand time at all the events put on by our awesome team.  And we’re FULL of ideas for the new year!  Thanks to those of you who sent us good wishes, and congrats to all the winners among you!  And if you have no idea what I’m talking about, is the place to start.  😉

Dolls. Not puppets. DOLLS.

So the smackdown.  It is coming, yes?

7 responses to “Another World XXXII”

  1. Syncline says:

    “I decided to F&@$%# with the patron saint of Darkness.
    How bad could it be?”

  2. Abaddon says:

    “Killed…..and turned into MY puppets” So no need to hold back over worrying about hurting Mind Controlled heroes. They’re already dead with no chance to save them. Yikes.
    Don’t know what powers are about to be released…but I’ll guess on about a 10 second smackdown to wipeout the puppets, and then a 2-3 comic fight with the big bad.

    • Spliced says:

      It kinds makes me wonder if they’re like smart zombies or not. Thoughts?

    • Syncline says:

      It really seems to depend on one point.
      The bots seem pretty flimsy… but do the zombie bodies still have powers?
      Because if they do, it’s going to be a very ugly fight, smart or not

      • Syncline says:

        I have to wonder why Foxtrot didn’t put 5 rounds center of mass in the supervillain the moment he started monologuing. That pose screamed “go ahead make my day”

      • Princess Puffy Pants says:

        I would find it very unlikely. Remember, he’s not like a necromancer guy bringing people back to life. November said that he animates things with moving parts. So the dead bodies wouldn’t be any different than those robots, just softer. They don’t have minds or biological processes anymore to make powers. It’s weekend at bernie’s with a God complex.

        Also, yes. Shooting him might have been minorly anticlimactic, but very effective. Maybe there’s superhero ethics involved.

  3. Captain Jack says:

    It all depends on how much individual control he can give each puppet and whether or not they still have their powers. If they do, this might get interesting. If not, this is going to be a very short fight.

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