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Obverse & Reverse ch2 Page 13

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I’m back from GenCon! Thanks to everybody who stopped on by! We now return to our regular scheduled JIMMY GETS WHAT JIMMY WANTS THIS IS THE JIMMY CHANNEL 24/7 PAY ATTENTION TO JIMMY.


Hope the con was a blast Kory! :)
I’m looking at this page and wondering, was it an effect of the unpredictable magic in the woods, why Jim had that very sudden height increase when he turned 13?

And thus began the fateful journey which ended with Lorne spending the next year as a goat.

Mr. “Gunner” Chekhov would like to point out that the adult Rupert *somehow* acquired a human-phobia …….

To some people, “Exciting” means fun. New things, new experiences, an exhilarating loss of control over the situation.

For others, “Exciting” means bad times. Strange things, unexpected experiences, a terrifying loss of control over the situation.

You just reminded me of an exchange in an episode of “Dragons: The Nine Realms” (a modern-day sequel to the “How to Train Your Dragon” movies and cartoon series). It’s in S3E4:

Tom: Anybody up for a game of keep-away?

Alex: See, that /sounds/ fun, but it’s going to be really dangerous.

Jun: Danger can be fun.

Alex: Listen to yourself.

I feel like the kids who’s “read lots of books” might have a sense for just how bad disregarding instructions in a fairy-tale like situation is. :P

The one who loved reading was Lorne. He’d read both Alice in Wonderland, and Through The Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, and REMEMBERED what was in both.
And yeah, Lorne should be the one to realise that it’s breaking the rules that causes Stories. Unfortunately, Jim just wants to be able to show off to Lorne, and Rupert is getting in the way of a chance to do that.

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