Comic 146 - Epilogue
9th Nov 2016, 12:00 AM in The Ghosts of Gallenstein Castle
Epilogue
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Microraptor edit delete
Microraptor
The Nagas.
Also, Babette seems to have got the idea for the mechanical elephant from a book. (She has been tinkering on it for quite a while now.)

And as always, there will be a one week break before the start of the next chapter!
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trad118 edit delete reply
trad118
To be honest, when you mentioned that she got the idea of the elephant from a book, my mind went to this for a moment despite the subject having a rather tenuous connection.
Microraptor edit delete reply
Microraptor
"Uh, Babette? Why does the speedometer in here look like a molten clock?" :-D
ProfEtheric edit delete reply
ProfEtheric
NAGAS! :D

Nice to see that they weren't just off HAVING FUN without Mira. :P
Microraptor edit delete reply
Microraptor
Endless rain, malfunctioning tech, angry snake-people with pointy swords... Yep, that definitely sounds like much of fun to me! ;-D
Taily edit delete reply
Taily
I was gonna ask if that was a Steam House reference and then YEP, it was!! I've read that one!
Microraptor edit delete reply
Microraptor
I have to confess... I didn't read it yet... (Emphasis on "yet"!!) I just know that this book exists, and thought the concept is cool... (Is it as good as said concept makes it sound??)
Taily edit delete reply
Taily
Not gonna lie, it's honestly pretty boring for a book that's ostensibly about a steam powered elephant!
Microraptor edit delete reply
Microraptor
Aw man... But I half expected as such - after all, there has to be a reason why it's one of the lesser known works by Jules Verne.
But perhaps I'll read it anyway someday - partially to still my curiosity, partially so that I can finally claim that I actually know what I am referencing in this page!
AmeliaP edit delete reply
AmeliaP
That's true. I heard it is always raining in the north part of my country, literally!
Microraptor edit delete reply
Microraptor
It's called a rain forrest after all...