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The lizard is actually a polymorphed titan.
I’m gonna say this right now: Aru’Kanak is a very bad choice, and you’ll see why very quickly in his arc.

Posted by: Lying

7 Comments »

  1. Last panel = AWESOME. +1 Crowning Moment of Awesome for you, the artist!

    Comment by dragongirl13 — February 3, 2011 @ 2:29 am

  2. My guess is, it’s because he’s a prideful, noble bastard instead of one of those reps of the downtrodden Igon’s going for.

    Also, where’s Bit’s arc? =(

    Comment by Kumo — February 3, 2011 @ 2:49 am

  3. Love it

    Comment by Dan — February 3, 2011 @ 5:14 pm

  4. Forget that he’s prideful, or a noble, those are bad traits on their own, let’s go for the second line on the last panel “…and my thoughts are but their whispers.” That’s a game ender right there. Everything he thinks is absolutely 100% correct no matter what anyone says in his eyes, and he will act as such, if anyone disagrees with him, they are automatically wrong, and impossible to prove as correct, as the gods themselves, through him, have said they are incorrect. He may be titanic in power, but he is alone in any given situation where others do not choose to support him, as he will support nobody besides what his strange thoughts tell him to.

    Comment by Chameon — February 4, 2011 @ 3:10 am

  5. That line is what made me think ‘prideful’, actually =/ Up until that point, his pride/arrogance is justifiable - he indeed knew all of that, and he is incredibly powerful. But then he basically says ‘i am the gods’.

    Having a god on your side basically translates in the sentient mind as ‘i can do whatever the hell i want’.

    Unfortunately, being a host to so much power tends to lend that mindset of ‘i am justified because I’m me’

    Comment by Kumo — February 4, 2011 @ 5:22 pm

  6. Maybe he’ll tell them the odds and bring everybody down.

    Comment by Gark — February 6, 2011 @ 10:12 pm

  7. It might also be worth noting that he never said he would help. He said he would join, and that his fate was already decided. That could mean any number of things, including that he might betray them. Admittedly, it doesn’t necessarily mean anything, but I feel that word choice is important when dealing with people who know the future. While join does generally imply that he will help, he doesn’t actually come out and say that. I also have an inherent problem with people who act like he does - that they know everything, that they are always right - stuff like that, which may possibly be coloring my views of him, just so you know.

    Also, yeah. He thinks that his thoughts are the gods talking to him, which means that it must be true because he thought it, and thus it was the gods telling him that.

    Comment by Dhemon — February 6, 2011 @ 11:40 pm

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