How To Kill A Flumph 7 in Filler
30th Jul 2017, 4:30 PM
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30th Jul 2017, 4:30 PM

And so Bonnie's only real trick back then continues to be her ability to read and deceive others. Eventually those tricks do run out and she is forced to ACTUALLY improve and change her tactics. At the end of the day being a liar can only take you so far.

I shall also leave it up to all of you to guess which Bonnie is saying yes to. Since I am curious if there will really be any debate or not.

See you tomorrow for your regularly scheduled Crystal GeMs...probably.

30th Jul 2017, 5:08 PM

I love ❤️ it already

30th Jul 2017, 5:28 PM

Pretty sure she's saying yes to both, but will never ever tell him that. At least until he gets ragey and it stops being fun, anyway...

30th Jul 2017, 5:56 PM

I'm just happy to see a time when Mac was still having fun.

30th Jul 2017, 9:26 PM

There's something that's always bothered me about Mac, if you don't mind. Why can't she roleplay? And why does she keep playing RPGs if she just completely ignores half the game? It just doesn't make logical sense to me how such a player can possibly exist.

30th Jul 2017, 9:46 PM

Oh man, what a complex question to have to answer. I explained it to Rastaba once, maybe she can follow this. But that's basically the entire plot of the Korra arc. "What is her @#@%$ problem?!"

I guess the best way to answer is to ask if you've ever met anyone who chose to be unhappy and is no longer aware that they're causing themselves to be miserable? That's most of it. That's a life problem, not something limited to the game!

31st Jul 2017, 9:07 AM

Thanks, Sal. I think I get the gist of it. I'll wait for the comic to explain in greater detail.

31st Jul 2017, 9:49 AM

Ever read Knights of the Dinner Table? Some of them barely roleplay. Maybe not to this extreme, but early days especially Bob treated the roleplay as little more than an inconvenience (wasting everything with his crossbow), while for Brian it was just a tool.

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