June 26th, 2008


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Discussion (12)¬

  1. Eman says:


  2. Lanthir says:

    Oh, hello there Shadowchild! (^_^) *waves*

  3. lukjad007 says:

    Wow… well, at least Digger can’t be called a hypocrite. 🙂

  4. Jon says:

    “Am I that weather we’re having?”

    I wonder how long it’ll take before Shadowchild-ifying things gets old…

  5. Werrf says:

    Never, Jon. Trust me on this.

  6. Mark Antony says:


  7. Hunter says:

    Awkwaaard. But I think I can guess Shadowchild’s next question.
    “What’s a god?”

  8. Freemind says:

    I can’t decide if Digger is changing the subject out of awkwardness or because she really doesn’t care.

  9. TekServer says:

    Definitely awkwardness, Freemind.

    Consider two facts:
    (1) Digger is generally uncomfortable with the whole concept of gods, and would prefer not to think about them, let alone deal with them. (Lately she has been spectacularly unsuccessful at this, for a wombat.)
    (2) She is having this conversation with a god-addled crazy person, who is also kind of a zealot. Anything Digger says (especially if it reflects her true opinions) is likely to irritate Murai at the very least, and moreso than just changing the subject does.

    So, yeah, awkward situation; and changing the subject is probably the best course at this point …


  10. Kisame says:

    I think he is gona stop evil. Oh shadowchild

  11. Murasaki says:

    Well…the statue did tell Digger he/it was not a god. So the statue is to blame if Digger misunderstood. I mean…most humans don’t understand Avatars. Why would wombats?

  12. JET73L says:

    It’s possible that Murai meant it was just an avatar before, but today it was the primary self of Ganesh speaking to them directly. I prefer to think that Murai and the statue are both saying the same thing, Murai just didn’t realize that Digger already knew and Digger misunderstood what Murai was saying.