Kevin Vassey brings us a new TGS for our Sunday reading pleasure! Happy Easter, everyone!
ancient huge would be my guess, I know I am showing my inner nerd
He got a scale alright. C-sharp
One should always be careful about attaching conditions to a request. It’s uncanny how often such conditions can be met, often in direct proportion to their inconvenience.
It reminds me of men in black.
“you can have my gun when you pry it from my cold dead fingers.”
“proposal accepted human”…
Ahh, you must be Mr. Dinner.
And your uncle must be Lord Baddun…
Ever wonder what modern arms would do to a dragon? It’s an old book, but Brian Daley’s Doomfarers of Coramonde depicts an M113 crew’s difficulties in dispatching a fire-breathing dragon.
To phlogiston! Clink!
I wonder quite often, actually, and I think the odds would be a lot more even in the humans’ favor these days. And I’m pretty sure someone’s written about the matter since. But… “M113 crew”? Meaning this…?
I was thinking more of aerial combat with one or more modern fighters. Having an M113 wouldn’t give its crew any special advantages against your average dragon.
I do wonder what a shoulder-launched grenade, rocket or armor-piercing whatever would do. As long as I’m at it, I wonder what Iron Man(TM) would do.
Reminds me of Bilbo and Smaug.
If nephew wants uncle to ante, why doesn’t he go there himself?
This is why lackeys need a labor union – it’s just too difficult to work for scale otherwise!
At the moment I’d say he’s both working overtime and for hazardous duty pay – neither of which he’s likely to get, even if he survives.
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