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John Prengaman on 12th Jan 2020, 11:00 PM

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Isla Grace channels her inner Han Solo.

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Isla Grace finally sees her girls again (though she can't let the incredible golden secret out of the bag). And she finally faces off with what will, without a doubt, be her most difficult opponent to date!


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Dr. Flare on 13th Jan 2020, 1:24 PM

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I'm probably shooting myself in the foot here, but I really hope this fight last at least 4 pages. This is the boss fight after all, and I'd hate for it to be over in just a page or two.

John Prengaman on 13th Jan 2020, 5:30 PM

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Not to worry, the fight will last more than a page or two. :)

Mithril on 13th Jan 2020, 3:09 PM

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As much as Parker wants to help, he also cannot risk revealing his presence to the girls. Bloodridge will likely regret closing the distance and giving up any advantage he may have had in ranged weapons. Will he learn that even a non-powered staff is still a weapon?

John Prengaman on 13th Jan 2020, 5:34 PM

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Who knows on the weapon? Well, I suppose I do ;). I guess we'll have to see if Bloodridge was hired out of the same "brainless goon" workers' pool as the others, or if he may have actually gotten an interview beforehand.

Bad move

Verp Tlethl on 17th Jan 2020, 12:17 AM

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In the martial arts, the last thing you want to do is break contact with the ground. A flying leap sets you on a ballistic course that the other person can side step and clobber you in one fluid motion.