Chapter 14, page 29

May 3rd, 2018, 11:00 pm

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Guesticus (Guest) May 3rd, 2018, 11:52 pm
Mirby is becoming one of the best characters in the entire history of characters :D

And Tirin looks like she is studying that Dimension Map really hard in panel five
Merceneiress May 4th, 2018, 11:58 pm
@Guesticus: That's quite a compliment! Thank you (Abby (Mirby) appreciates it)

@Ganurath and @Dragonrider: It flows uphill, downhill and radially - consistent with hit the fan theory.

@Lurker314: You got it...

@ems: Thanks - proud to know that Merceneiress has readers who are familiar with percolation theory!

@Hank: Yes! May the 4th be with you too! Playing some Star Wars Battlefront 2 to celebrate...

@SoftSpot: Dang, again really proud that I have readers that are friggin' smart!

@Guesticus and @Dragonrider: I didn't make it explicit yet, but yes, they are currently in Dimension Prime (Sariel hints at it in the previous page where she says the time syndicate in all other dimensions have already been destroyed).
Guesticus (Guest) May 5th, 2018, 6:27 am
@Merceneiress: seems like we are still missing something, that's why thought maybe this wasn't Prime Time, butt, like said once before (somewhere...), not gonna argue with the Creator, just explaining reasoning behind thoughts :)
Dragonrider May 5th, 2018, 12:17 pm
@Merceneiress: It would seem you answered my question about what happens when Hiz Leacherness dies. Next question is how do we stop this from repeating itself ad infinum? Because somebody is always gonna try to rule everybody else.
Someone's Ed (Guest) May 5th, 2018, 9:40 pm
@Dragonrider: If I read things correctly, the answer to what happens is there are thousands of billions of pages of this comic we have not seen where all that shit gets worked out. (Yeah, I understand that's trillions. But as someone who tries to write legible code, I understand sometimes ones statements are clearer if one shows the math at least a little.) It's possible Merceneiress will eventually post all of them, but I won't live to see it. Even if they started posting one per second right after I hit submit. First, it takes me longer than a second to read one of these comics. Second, at that rate, it would still be tens if not hundreds of thousands of years to the finish. And third, the vast majority of that would be so utterly repetitious...
SoftSpot May 6th, 2018, 2:24 pm
@Someone's Ed: "the vast majority of that would be so utterly repetitious", which you can ignore. Which leaves the one 0.000000000000001% which really is important. (and maybe I forgot a few zero's here), which would result in only one or two really important pages. And I guess you can handle that? ;)
Guesticus (Guest) May 7th, 2018, 5:51 am
@SoftSpot: how would one know, before reading, which were okay to skip and which were important and different? o_O
SoftSpot May 7th, 2018, 12:17 pm
@Guesticus: I trust the creator not to publish irrelevant pages... that saves us a huge lot of useless efforts. ;-)
blizzard3 (Guest) May 7th, 2018, 9:40 pm
@Guesticus: Because Tirin knows tactics and strategy, and that the fastest way to win is to attack their core of power.

I think she's planning a campaign.
Guesticus (Guest) May 9th, 2018, 6:43 am
@blizzard3: not a campaign, she's just found out some arseholes have been going around killing her (and Mirby) all over the place, she's planning a War!!
E Hines (Guest) May 9th, 2018, 7:13 am
@Guesticus: Except that if her war is successful in the standard way--with violence and killing--she will have committed murder lots of times, because the murders she will have been avenging will have never occurred.
Eric Hines
Guesticus (Guest) May 9th, 2018, 9:59 am
@E Hines: and how is that any different to a campaign? o_O
Wait, you mean to say, she's just going to go up to those nutters and ask them politely to please not kill her anymore?
Gonna be a short campaign (one in which the nutters win and it's completely 'Game Over!' for Tirin and Mirby)
Ganurath (Guest) May 4th, 2018, 12:05 am
Little did the establishment realize that, when interdimensional physics and time travel gets involved, shit can flow UPhill.
Dragonrider May 4th, 2018, 12:24 am
@Ganurath: At exactly the same time it is flowing downhill. Question what happens in all dimensions now that Tirin and Abby did NOT die in the time vortex and hiz High and Slimeness did?
Guesticus (Guest) May 4th, 2018, 6:50 am
@Dragonrider: greatly depends on if this is the Prime Tirin & Mirby...
Dragonrider May 4th, 2018, 9:41 am
@Guesticus: Think that question was answered in panel 7 Tirin pretty well nails it.
Guesticus (Guest) May 4th, 2018, 12:00 pm
@Dragonrider: except, if she hadn't been there, then these two would have died, it's possible she saved these two to help save the Prime's (no, not Optimus nor Rodimus :P )
SoftSpot May 5th, 2018, 1:53 pm
never too old to learn... @Guesticus: I hadn't heard of that theory yet, but somehow I grasped it already by logic reasoning on from the basic explanation from miss Tattoo-face. Thanks for giving me the name, it's explanation I found is really enlightning.
Lurker314 (Guest) May 4th, 2018, 2:34 am
"Billions of dimensions"--so, NOT infinite. That means that there is a reasonable chance to "correct" every dimesion, so long as you can assemble a large enough team. I'm betting that the less primary dimensions are easier to change than prime, and that the Tirinites worked their way to the center of the light bulb. We'll see.
ems (Guest) May 4th, 2018, 2:43 am
Your model of dimensions reminds me of percolation theory. Fascinating stuff. Well done!
Hank (Guest) May 4th, 2018, 7:24 am
May the 4th be with you Nice reference. May the fourth be with you.
SoftSpot May 4th, 2018, 2:40 pm
chocolate??? This makes me think of what we call here the "Droste-effect". I don't know if the expression is known in English too, but somehow it is the same: a sub-level that influences the higher level which in it's turn affects the sub-)level, which, in it's turn, does or does not influence the main level, which...
This can go on indefinetely... with an unlimited number of variations... which makes the final result... incalculable?
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