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#474 - Sohac Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?
Ayne can predict what a pixie's going to do next. That's a scary concept for all pixiekind
Don't worry. Sohac can invent new ways of causing havoc. Do you think a dragon can fit in that room? Maybe Sohac will summon one in order to test it.
I know Ayne won't like it, but she looks really nice falling down :D Good job drawing that!
Oooh! Sohac has a feather!
"When sneaking up on dwarves, it pays to look down." lol =p
Love Ayne in panels 4&5.
I think panels 5 and 6 look amazing... nice work.
Panel 5 looks great
Awww...Ayne looks so young in panel 6 :) It's cute. *hides so the wrath of Ayne won't find her*
Ah, a bit o' Latin. "Who guards the guardians?"
Nebra Reppalk says:
Ah, but you're forgetting the NINJA DWARVES! No one would expect a dwarf to drop from the ceiling!
I don't know Anye could just squash dwarves guards if they come.
Nebra: O_o A dwarf would seem to me to be the worst ninja ever. No offense. But seriously.
Jynx: I would agree, but I can't find proof in AD&D rules, so it doesn't seem to be universal belief.
Still, both ninja with armor and dwarf without massive steel armor seems weird. Also, the axe is not typical ninja weapon ...
Enjoy your stumble, see you in the autumn.
Um, no, wait a minute, I think I got that a bit wrong...
Nebra Reppalk says:
I was being sarcastic. Sheesh.
I think the main issue is that there's something more dangerous than an angry Ayne in these here dungeons..
"Enjoy your trip! See ya next fall!"
Aurora Nova says:
"Sohac Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?"
=> Sohac watches the watchers (themselves)?
(strictly speaking, I think the "ipsos" is incorrect, as in the motto, it is used to self-reference the "watchers" (custodes) being watched)
"Noui consilia et ueteres quaecumque monetis amici"
=> "I am aware of whatever councils you old friends warn"
Turns out I learned something: both "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?" (who watches the watchers), and the mouseover addendum, are from Juvenal's "Satire VI"
... however, they've been presented here backwards. :)
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