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Anne Auclair
Anne Auclair
Posts: 2221

7/2/2017
Leave it to a temperance campaigner to get the lord of horror hunger and nightmares completely stoned out of its mind.

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Optimatum
Optimatum
Posts: 3765

7/3/2017
New question to ask in debates: "What is your proposed method of dealing with Mr Eaten?

The DTC will get him honey-mazed off all the excess honey, though probably unintentionally. The Detective will just arrest him. Feducci would just duel him, I guess. (What bets would be involved, though?)

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folklore364
folklore364
Posts: 136

7/3/2017
Optimatum wrote:
New question to ask in debates: "What is your proposed method of dealing with Mr Eaten?

The DTC will get him honey-mazed off all the excess honey, though probably unintentionally. The Detective will just arrest him. Feducci would just duel him, I guess. (What bets would be involved, though?)



Considering Feducci, bets would most assuredly be involved. I don't think it would be as one sided in Mr. Eaten's favor either, considering Feducci's past accomplishments.

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Isaac Zienfried
Isaac Zienfried
Posts: 364

7/3/2017
folklore364 wrote:
I don't think it would be as one sided in Mr. Eaten's favor either

Feducci wouldn't fight him if it was.
edited by Isaac Zienfried on 7/3/2017

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Captain Blood Storm
Captain Blood Storm
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7/4/2017
ForScience wrote:
A vote for the DTC is a vote for getting Mr Eaten stoned!



  • ...DAMN IT.

    This is easily the only moment I've ever come to seriously rethinking my candidate. That is a noble goal; just think, since all the lategame Seekers are slowly becoming akin to Mr. Eaten, does that mean THEY get stoned too?

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    SirKwint
    SirKwint
    Posts: 48

    7/4/2017
    Hattington wrote:
    ForScience wrote:
    A vote for the DTC is a vote for getting Mr Eaten stoned!



  • ...DAMN IT.

    This is easily the only moment I've ever come to seriously rethinking my candidate. That is a noble goal; just think, since all the lategame Seekers are slowly becoming akin to Mr. Eaten, does that mean THEY get stoned too?


  • So it's now more like "A vote for DTC is a vote to get all Seekers stoned? smile

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    Isaac Zienfried
    Isaac Zienfried
    Posts: 364

    7/4/2017
    ...We may argue for temperance, but hopefully you'll all do a little less, er, 'consumption' while honey-mazed...

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    Isaac Zienfried, 'The Vacillating Belligerent.'
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    Agent Artemis
    Agent Artemis
    Posts: 7

    7/4/2017
    Are you kidding, this is only increasing my dedication to the DTC. What a visionary!

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    FireOfUnknownOrigin
    FireOfUnknownOrigin
    Posts: 12

    7/4/2017
    Something about giving a certain ravenous well-dwelling entity access to the saccharine fantasies (and minds) of honey-dreamers seems a tad reckless to me.

    Then again, maybe some color will get our delicious friend out of his funk.
    edited by FireOfUnknownOrigin on 7/4/2017

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    Sophia Harrow
    Sophia Harrow
    Posts: 20

    7/5/2017
    ... maybe a little treat of honey might calm mr "I haunt wells" down a bit....
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    Catherine Raymond
    Catherine Raymond
    Posts: 2763

    7/5/2017
    I think it fairly likely that both the Detective and the DTC would assume that Mr. Eaten's manifestations are figments of Certain People's imaginations.

    Feducci would know better, I think, but I also think he'd keep his mouth shut on the subject.

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