Someone didn't get that Maggie was responsible for the death of Misty and the damage to Jack's mind. Thinkamancers can protect themselves from the backlash of some forms of Thinkamancy spells gone bad, and lay the brunt of the damage on the target. Maggie did this, and this is why she came out of the link free and clear. That's what Parson accuses her of on Page 84. --Kreistor 01:22, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
I wasn't responsible for this page, but I didn't quite get it until I had read over it two or three times, dude. Xewleer
Thank goodness Parson made this a lot clearer later in the comic. I think a lot of people missed it. --Kreistor 03:21, 29 June 2009 (UTC)
- That sounds reasonable. Ofc, Sizemore could have just meant that you combine the abilities of both. I have added it as Speculation --Raphfrk 17:09, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
Source for Term
I've always wondered... whre on earth did "Fusion" come from? Have I overlooked it in the comic, or did someone just call this by their own pet name? Should this be renamed to something from the comic? (Haven't looked for a term, but I will.) --Kreistor 03:21, 29 June 2009 (UTC)
Jack, Maggie, and Misty's Unhealthy Pallor: Caster Link Side Effect?
Jack, Maggie, and Misty all have a pallid grey-green skin tone. Is this a side effect of the long-term caster link? If so, is it just a cosmetic effect, or is it a signamantic indication that some form of deep damage or change has been inflicted on the unit? Or is just a consequence of the fact that for a very long time, the eyemancers were stuck in the same position motionless indoor, rather than moving around, seeing the sun, etc? Now that Maggie and Jack are unlinked, will they gradually begin to look more normal? I don't expect any really official answers, but I'm wondering what people think. Is this worth a note on the main page? 18.104.22.168 01:34, 30 November 2011 (EST)