|Episode 191 Real|
|They Both Did Their Research|
|Date Published||Monday, September 9th, 2002|
|Previous Comic||Episode 191 Temp: But Where's The Big Shiny Sword?|
|Next Comic||Episode 192: There Is No Fighter|
Red Mage thinks he can free Fighter from his armoire-y prison.
Cast Appearing[edit | edit source]
Setting[edit | edit source]
- In a forest, on the way to Pravoka
Script[edit | edit source]
|Red Mage||I know how we can free Fighter from his armoire-y prison! Behold!|
|A diagram shows the basics of Quantum Fluctuation of Space. Below that is a picture of two very familiar looking quantum physicists.|
|Red Mage||I will simply transfer all of my stat points into my int rating, invent, and master, quantum mechanics, and then construct a device that will redescribe the armoire's weight on a quantum level so we can move it off of Fighter!|
|Red Mage||The experience gained from such a well thought out plan would be astronomical!|
|Red Mage||It's almost too easy.|
|Thief||Yet another work of genius, Red Mage.|
|White Mage||You're a true asset to our cause.|
|Black Belt||Darn that uncertainty principle!|
It always gets me lost.
|Black Mage||I would like to interject some constructive criticism in regards to this alleged plan of yours, RM.|
|Red Mage||By all means!|
|Black Mage||First, and I mean this in all sincerity, you are an idiot.|
This plan, much like all your other ones, is unnecessarily complex unto impossibility.
In conclusion, your intellect is lacking and your personal hygiene is poor.
|Black Mage||I mean, hell, we could probably just tip the damn thing over and Fighter would be--|
|The cabinet door of the armoire smacks into Black Mage's head. Fighter's head appears in the cabinet.|
|White Mage||Well that was easy.|
|Red Mage||Alas, quantum mechanics plan alpha, the day was not ours.|
|Fighter||Ta-da! Er, sorry 'bout that hit Black Mage.|
|Black Mage||I didn't need all those teeth anyway.|
|Fighter||Ya missed one.|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Quantum Fluctuation is when the amount of energy in a certain point of space, inadvertently changes and then switches back. Needless to say, it has nothing to do with what Red Mage described.
- There is a typo in the comic. Criticism is misspelled as Criticsim.
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