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Comic Discussion => Crimson Flag Comic => Topic started by: VirBot on November 29, 2019, 09:00:22 PM

Title: Comic 553
Post by: VirBot on November 29, 2019, 09:00:22 PM
(http://crimsonflagcomic.com/comics/00000553.jpg)
Title: Re: Comic 553
Post by: DragonizedHope on November 29, 2019, 09:02:06 PM
LUCIAN IS BACK IN THE GAME BOYS LETíS GOOOO
Title: Re: Comic 553
Post by: Art80 on November 29, 2019, 09:15:16 PM
A new generation is coming...
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Post by: Sam Workbench on November 30, 2019, 01:12:46 PM
"One does not have to for fun while destroying the universes but these people really make me hate my job"
Title: Re: Comic 553
Post by: Sam Workbench on November 30, 2019, 01:24:00 PM
also with how powerful the blast we did see from her, this is just as effective as throwing a rock a giant she can ignore this and kill the other two
(I know me putting science in comics deems to tick people off but with how powerful the first blast was, the heat wave from the first blast should have been enough to at least give everyone in a 100 foot radius 3rd degree burns but most likely melt everyone in that radius, due to the fact that I can measure the heat of the first blast and time it took to melt Bryce, you find that she shot a star beam and manged to keep it there for about 1.3 seconds creating a small but noticeable heat wave enough to melt everyone else, but this is a cartoon so it would have more power and no heat wave, but if this was real, everyone near by fighting would have died in .7 seconds) sorry had to let it out of my system.
Title: Re: Comic 553
Post by: Al93we on December 05, 2019, 06:29:35 PM
also with how powerful the blast we did see from her, this is just as effective as throwing a rock a giant she can ignore this and kill the other two
(I know me putting science in comics deems to tick people off but with how powerful the first blast was, the heat wave from the first blast should have been enough to at least give everyone in a 100 foot radius 3rd degree burns but most likely melt everyone in that radius, due to the fact that I can measure the heat of the first blast and time it took to melt Bryce, you find that she shot a star beam and manged to keep it there for about 1.3 seconds creating a small but noticeable heat wave enough to melt everyone else, but this is a cartoon so it would have more power and no heat wave, but if this was real, everyone near by fighting would have died in .7 seconds) sorry had to let it out of my system.

Well it's fire magic, unless you plan to use the heat bleedoff as aoe, your spell would be more efficient if you keep the all heat at your target. Also unless that thing is immune to it's magic it would grill itself unless it puts up a defensive spell first.
Even if that rock doesn't block the attack it still blocks line of sight which makes aiming harder. It's probably a challenge to distract it so they can get away safely.
Title: Re: Comic 553
Post by: Somebody on December 05, 2019, 06:56:36 PM
also with how powerful the blast we did see from her, this is just as effective as throwing a rock a giant she can ignore this and kill the other two
(I know me putting science in comics deems to tick people off but with how powerful the first blast was, the heat wave from the first blast should have been enough to at least give everyone in a 100 foot radius 3rd degree burns but most likely melt everyone in that radius, due to the fact that I can measure the heat of the first blast and time it took to melt Bryce, you find that she shot a star beam and manged to keep it there for about 1.3 seconds creating a small but noticeable heat wave enough to melt everyone else, but this is a cartoon so it would have more power and no heat wave, but if this was real, everyone near by fighting would have died in .7 seconds) sorry had to let it out of my system.
How can you measure the time between two still images?
Title: Re: Comic 553
Post by: Sam Workbench on December 06, 2019, 06:45:10 PM
also with how powerful the blast we did see from her, this is just as effective as throwing a rock a giant she can ignore this and kill the other two
(I know me putting science in comics deems to tick people off but with how powerful the first blast was, the heat wave from the first blast should have been enough to at least give everyone in a 100 foot radius 3rd degree burns but most likely melt everyone in that radius, due to the fact that I can measure the heat of the first blast and time it took to melt Bryce, you find that she shot a star beam and manged to keep it there for about 1.3 seconds creating a small but noticeable heat wave enough to melt everyone else, but this is a cartoon so it would have more power and no heat wave, but if this was real, everyone near by fighting would have died in .7 seconds) sorry had to let it out of my system.
How can you measure the time between two still images?
I asked Virmir