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Well this is going to be good and we know exactly where the temples were from. And likely where Tarot comes from depending on how and when Dragon picked her as an Avatar.

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How do you manage to import a giant freaking temple? Even with that much money? o.o
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Ahh, my favorite hat is back in the comic :)
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Sleet wrote:How do you manage to import a giant freaking temple? Even with that much money? o.o
The same way David Xanatos put a entire (I think it was the whole thing its been a really long time since I watched Gargoyles) Scottish Castle on top of his Skyscraper in the middle of New York City.

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plus, isn't the old London Bridge somewhere in Arizona now?
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Yes, the 19th Century version of the Bridge was rebuilt in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, but I don't think that it uses every brick from the original just most of them.

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but still, the idea's the same. just takes more time and money.
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I sense the return of Karishad. And Thomas somehow bumping into Karishad, despite being all the way in a desert region. (Totally not Egypt)
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Ocean's what?
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Ocean's Two, the arc with Thomas and Celia Milton trying to steal the treasure map.
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Liam was, I believe, trying to be witty.

This happens to Liam a lot, unfortunately. ¬_¬
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Dissension wrote:Liam was, I believe, trying to be witty.

This happens to Liam a lot, unfortunately. ¬_¬
oh, I see.
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:
Dissension wrote:Liam was, I believe, trying to be witty.

This happens to Liam a lot, unfortunately. ¬_¬
oh, I see.

I missed the joke too.

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Finally a Milton makes a return. I was wondering what happened to them.

Daryl..... he grew up literally under a rock. :lol:

Karishad will so make Keene proud, I bet~ :D
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This should be interesting will Tarot (or in this case Dragon more likely) tell them whats really going on, lie to them about it or find some way to make them stay away? Hmmmm this is going to get very interesting. And It appears other Psychics know about this stuff and don’t like it at all.

If Keene is not being paranoid Steward might also know more about what is happening and might be helping out the Nerds in some way, interesting. Though again he could have other motives that have nothing to do with the Nerds.

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Tarot will probably just be difficult and mysterious.
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Tarot will find some way to make the excavation fail. and if Karishad is still involved, that shouldn't be too hard.
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Sleet wrote:Tarot will probably just be difficult and mysterious.
The thing is if she over does that you have a huge possibility of Keene going to another Psychic and getting more out of them. So that would only work if she also attempts to keep them away afterwords.

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but Keene just described the reaction of other psychics. any psychic that would be a threat to the secrecy would run screaming.
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:but Keene just described the reaction of other psychics. any psychic that would be a threat to the secrecy would run screaming.
I think its a little unlikely that they wouldn't be able to find at least one other psychic that would be brave enough to go in there. Really that brings me to the thing that interests me more then anything in the strip; why the other Psychic was so afraid of the Dragon and Gryphon symbols and therefore the Temple.

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It's most likely because they ain't from Babylon Garden which is where the majority of the game that the celestial beings are having their game at. Outside the local area, psychics probably have different news about what the symbol actually means. They probably see it for example as the return of real-life Dragons and Gryphons bent on destroying the world while the locals see it as a ancient worshipping temple.
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Starting to get excited now.... :shock: I hope that's merited....
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It's Jeeves. The butler always did it, and he is too suspicious...
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Panel 6. Ain't that face reminding you someone?
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Karlos wrote:Panel 6. Ain't that face reminding you someone?
Reminds me of Peanut.
Also, Keene was waiting for a psychic to call him, right?

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Dissension wrote:Liam was, I believe, trying to be witty.

This happens to Liam a lot, unfortunately. ¬_¬
Man, what's with all that hate, man?

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Not many read Rick's notes anymore, eh?
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RootsofOrigin wrote:
Karlos wrote:Panel 6. Ain't that face reminding you someone?
Reminds me of Peanut.
Also, Keene was waiting for a psychic to call him, right?
Actually, I had King in mind :)
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Liam wrote:
Dissension wrote:Liam was, I believe, trying to be witty.

This happens to Liam a lot, unfortunately. ¬_¬
Man, what's with all that hate, man?

Don't be dissin', Diss.
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Not many read Rick's notes anymore, eh?
Ah, ok. I went the more direct way and commented "Forget Oceans Two, Rick? Surely you Beau Geste." Less subtle I admit, but it gets the job done.

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:lol: I love the get up, so unnecessary yet cool

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Now all they need is a warrior, a theif, and a cleric :D
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okay, now~

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Now I want to see him with a lute so bad.
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I wonder how much of this Dungeons and Dragons stuff did Sabrina learn from Fido? She doesn't strike me as that type, but then again, most pets seem to be familiar with the series!
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Sabrina needs to get Fiddler in on this, he'd totally be willing to be the bard.
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:Sabrina needs to get Fiddler in on this, he'd totally be willing to be the bard.
Get Keys included, and they could have a possible duo of Gypsy cats with a Bard Ferret to make Sabrina one heck of a Mage. That is, if my D&D knowledge is correct on this and the classes exist and that Sabrina can benefit from al three of them. Gypsy appears to be a fan-made class for D&D from what google tells me. >.>
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Who wouldn't want to be a bard? Come on, now.
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KJOokami wrote:Who wouldn't want to be a bard? Come on, now.
Keene, apparently.

What about Joey, Lester and their Creepy Friends? They would seem to be naturals for this type of thing.

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