Comic 1365 - A silent light

18th May 2020, 7:01 AM in Spirit of Adventure
A silent light
Average Rating: 5 (2 votes)
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Lackinganame 18th May 2020, 7:01 AM edit delete
Alright got some good art this week, That window entrance I am very proud of. Over the weekend, I played Minecraft with my family and got a great laugh out of my brother who teleported himself 8 million blocks into the air did some math and found out it was going to be a five and a half hour fall.

(next update 5-20-20)


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Maryalee 18th May 2020, 8:04 AM edit delete reply
I like all these. Nice perspective on the window entrance. Goodness, the poor dwarf with amputated arm. Don't overdo it, Arua. No "miracles" that would raise awkward questions.
Lackinganame 19th May 2020, 9:04 AM edit delete reply
Here's a question, should healing replace a missing arm? Right now even in Gratz I don't think this has been decided. After all Cer'veja's eye was damage not gone back in Absolution. So should limb regrowth actually be a thing?
Maryalee 19th May 2020, 12:31 PM edit delete reply
Complicated. Damaged =/= missing. Had Veja completely lost his eye I would have said no, not replaced. I'm using Law of Conservation of Matter and Energy here. A damaged eye would have enough matter to be "knit back together. A completely missing arm would require an equal corresponding mass be produced to replace it. Where is that mass going to come from? How much energy will be needed to produce it? Neither matter nor energy are infinite. Now, if Arua had access to the missing arm could she use The Light to "re-attach" it? Maybe: she has healed herself of serious wounds before. But it drained her. And the wounds were fresh. How much energy would it drain to reattach and heal an already mortis limb?

So, heal damaged limbs, yes. Regrow, no; not unless you want to walk the Blizzard path and toss all logic out the window. Trying to type this while also working on company laptop, so someone will probably find a hole in this somewhere.
jawbone 19th May 2020, 8:28 AM edit delete reply
Thus did Aragorn heal stealthily; Arua is following a fine tradition here.
Lackinganame 19th May 2020, 9:05 AM edit delete reply
Many houses of healing in the city to night. She's got a lot of sneaking still to go.
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