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MQuinny1234 wrote:As for the feet thing, she's spent years walking in ridiculously high heels which has probably fucked up her feet.
MQuinny1234 wrote:Wallow@Thing about Nigel not having useful powers...What powers has Jr got?
MQuinny1234 wrote:There's a good chance it was Him then, just being a dick and making sure she has to wear heels.
MQuinny1234 wrote:Oh...well yeah, I just thought it was because a young girl wearing heels like that created a much more mature (and considering the age of the person wearing them, hellish) look.
MQuinny1234 wrote: But we're more discussing why her feet would look a little messed up if it wasn't just bad comic-land physics which is what it probably is.
MQuinny1234 wrote:Yeah...I do wonder why she was wearing heels then...Maybe she was just born with weird feet?
MQuinny1234 wrote:Still, odd choice for a kid to pick.
MQuinny1234 wrote:Although, I imagine they'd be decent for keeping the cold out or her legs covered or something, considering the lengths of them.
Pointy Ears wrote:And isn't it possible for the Nergal language to be learned like any other language without the transferal of powers? It would certainly be advantageous for Mandy to know it, seeing how she would have to associate with Nergals now and then (Jr, Minnie, Nergal Jr). In fact at the end of GTFDB Minnie was speaking it as a zombie.
The Reapinator (is that really what it's called or did you make that up?) was insane, under the control of both the Nergals and Junior. I doubt it would have listened to Mandy.Misery Chord wrote:I like the fact that this confrontation ended without a fight, but I'm concerned about Mandy's knowledge of Nergal-speak. What was the point of rescuing Minnie's soul in the first place earlier in GT since it was assumed she was the only one who could control the monster? Couldn't Mandy have ordered the Reapinator to stand down since it was Junior?
MQuinny1234 wrote:IMon@Yeah, but Minnie was being raised by the survivors of those that had lived in the 20th century
Get a life.