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    NecromancerGuy

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    Default Re: The Legacy of Dominic Deegan: The Unending Snark

    Quote Originally Posted by Vinyadan View Post
    Why is the naked witch wearing a hat?
    So people know she's a witch?
    It's part of her body?
    It's Snout's dream and he is into that doesn't consider hats clothes?
    The same as above, just for the author.
    Well, comic instead of dream, but same difference.
    "If it lives it can be killed.
    If it is dead it can be eaten."

    Ronkong Coma "the way of the bookhunter" III Catacombium
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    Default Re: The Legacy of Dominic Deegan: The Unending Snark

    Quote Originally Posted by Traab View Post
    I cant remember, didnt ink witch say that this dreamscape was actually snouts work, she was just better able to manipulate it or something? If thats the case then it DOES make some sense that with experience he is getting better at dealing with it, and despite normally being a passive kind of dude, getting annoyed enough would push him to exert some control over it. Its a matter of willpower rather than complicated magical powers.
    If this is Snout's dreamscape, how were they there before he went to sleep?


    Anyway, it's the weekend and I'm bored, so it's time for a fan theory.
    But before that, a philosophical question: Do I count as a fan beyond the very basic technical definition?
    Please answer in the comments below, and don't forget to share, like and subscribe for new content when I feel like it

    I think the wild-zone is a living entity with symbiotic relationship with everything and everyone in it's area.
    The relationship is not like a deity and the people who believe in it, but more like a living thing and blood cells within their bodies.

    The wild zone protects the living organisms in it by protecting them and supplying them with food by manipulating the environment around them and supplying any basic need they need.
    There is some sort of a psychic link between the residents and the wild zone, allowing it to sort of "sense" what the needs are.
    Some people like Snout, have a stronger transmitting power, so he unconsciously sends more than just basic needs but also what he wants, which is why it seems like the world around is bending to his every desire.

    The wild zone helps the people who just "go with the flow", but considers most outsiders as well as people who try to abuse the environment around them as germs, sending the monsters or other harmful random events to their direction.
    Some manage to survive anyway (like Mongreltown, which is a city), maybe because they are currently not a high priority or just because they just tackled the unfortunate events with skills and number of people, but given the high number of ruins around, it's only a matter of time until this city also gets destroyed by something.

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    Default Re: The Legacy of Dominic Deegan: The Unending Snark

    Quote Originally Posted by random11 View Post
    If this is Snout's dreamscape, how were they there before he went to sleep?
    Dream space is a timey-wimey ball?
    Or, well... dreams are born from the subconsciousness.
    So to a degree they might always here (there? Somewhere.), you just can't access them unless the conscious mind rests.
    And if the "room" still exists it should be possible to enter it even if the owner/creator isn't occupying it right now.
    Essentially those two broke in and waited for Snou to come home from work.

    Or maybe I'm putting too much thought in this.
    They might just have appeared the moment Snout started dreaming and immediately (re)started to fight.

    That is if Mookie put any thought in this beyond "this is the scene I want".
    Not sure if I want to give that much credit, considering what I've read so far.
    "If it lives it can be killed.
    If it is dead it can be eaten."

    Ronkong Coma "the way of the bookhunter" III Catacombium
    (Walter Moers "Die Stadt der träumenden Bücher")



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    Default Re: The Legacy of Dominic Deegan: The Unending Snark

    Quote Originally Posted by Kantaki View Post
    It's Snout's dream and he is into that doesn't consider hats clothes?
    The Kink Witch
    Quote Originally Posted by J.R.R. Tolkien, 1955
    I thought Tom Bombadil dreadful — but worse still was the announcer's preliminary remarks that Goldberry was his daughter (!), and that Willowman was an ally of Mordor (!!).

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