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Gin & Doctor, Part 8
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Author Notes:

Newbiespud 28th Feb 2019, 6:00 AM edit delete
Author: Winged Cat
Artist: Digo Dragon

Guest Author's Note: "You know that thing where you're made of clouds, you assume everyone you touch can cloudwalk (by being a pegasus or by being enchanted), until one day you accelerate your body at something that treats you like mist, and by the time your attack starts going wrong you're kinetically committed to it?

Though we did not illustrate every single one, rest assured, the title does not lie. Sometimes, knowing no fear is a bad thing."

Newbiespud's Note: That's it for guest comics! Hopefully by now I've figured out what the next main arc is going to be! Thanks to all of our guest authors for contributing some awesome mini-arcs this time around and helping to give me an all-too-short sabbatical!


Balrighty 28th Feb 2019, 6:47 AM edit delete reply
I get that he got the metal bowl thing from defeating the not-MCP, but what was it that it could vaporize the BigWings? I missed that part.
Cedric13sai 28th Feb 2019, 6:51 AM edit delete reply
I think the idea was that the lazer rode the inside of the dish and was redirected back at the BigWings.
Joe the Rat 28th Feb 2019, 9:12 AM edit delete reply
Does noone watch the classics?

They do the "close and smash" with the legs. No shooty, all smooshy.
Doc's using the MCP emitter dish thingy and a power source to derez them on impact. Or possibly shoot an MCP laser.
Winged Cat 28th Feb 2019, 11:25 AM edit delete reply
Winged Cat
Close, but no power source needed. Check the author's note: they're made of clouds.

Consider what happens when a cloud descends fast on some solid object, and there isn't magic involved. (Even if the cloud is sentient enough to expect there will be magic, only to find out the hard way.)

Answer: cloud gets torn to shreds and dissipates. (If you're in a part of the world that gets foggy mornings, try passing your hand swiftly through the fog. It's literally that.) The bigwings kept on attacking and disintegrating even after seeing what happened.
Balrighty 28th Feb 2019, 4:32 PM edit delete reply
Ah. I didn't pick up on them moving that fast. Cloud-based light cycles? Sure. But I remember the Rectifiers in both movies being more slow (and Flynn being able to swerve his broken Rectifier fairly well before it fell to pieces), so I just didn't get that kind of sense of motion.
Winged Cat 28th Feb 2019, 5:32 PM edit delete reply
Winged Cat
Not so fast horizontally. But Joe's right: when they fall, that is fast.
GrayGriffin 2nd Mar 2019, 6:27 AM edit delete