Comic 427 - Fogivenessu purrees

19. June, 2019 in A Day In The Life
Fogivenessu purrees
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Yuoma 19th Jun 2019, 9:25 AM edit delete
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Guest 19th Jun 2019, 3:08 PM edit delete reply
ohh nice - the good old "you are your own judge" gambit. Love it
Guest 19th Jun 2019, 8:33 PM edit delete reply
I'm gathering from this turn of events that the curse that has bound Gardoteg has shifted and evolved into a much more difficult to break state. Or is this an instance where the prison has changed and thus he's going to have to start his break out all over again?
Yuoma 20th Jun 2019, 8:10 AM edit delete reply
Grog just changed the rules of the curse.
At first it was flexible, like a rubber balloon; Gardoteg had limited power, but most of his agency.
Grog forced him to behave and be more obedient, which made the curse more rigid, and breakable, like glass.
Now he has complete agency, and access to most of his power. He even has control over his own judgment and punishment. To break out of the spell now, he has to prove to himself he’s paid for his sins.
Guest 22nd Jun 2019, 10:22 PM edit delete reply
So, much like the shields where the more give there is for anyone trying to break it the harder it is to break. Only with control magic the "pushing" is by the controlled's agency. With these changes Gardoteg's control curse makes it very flexible as it changes with his own nature and does have a built in "weakness" for him to escape through. I do have to wonder though, with the nature of the curse, can it be broken by its own design? I'm sure if he has his full powers at his disposal he has the skill and power to break it, but does it dissipate on its own once he's repaid his sins, or would remain there but inert since he would in theory be as good as he subconsciously feels he should be to get all of his everything back?
Yuoma 24th Jun 2019, 9:50 AM edit delete reply
Both scenarios are probable:
Once he feels he has repaid for all his sins, the magic that holds him will consider Grog's new version of the contract fulfilled, and it will fade away without any fanfare.
Also, when Gardoteg has redeemed himself enough to unlock most of his power, he will be able ton break free whatever strands of magic still hold him, but by then he'll mostly look like his old self, so he won't be as desperate as he was just a few pages ago to break out.

Thank you for reading!!! keep up the questions too. it helps me stay excited.


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