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Newbiespud 25th Aug 2016, 6:00 AM edit delete
Author: Dusk Raven

Guest Author's Note: "I'm not too much of a stickler for realism - I'm more for consistency and internal rationalism. Sure, it may not make sense for Pegasi to fly from a 'realism' standpoint, but once you know how the world works, it makes perfect sense. Of course, in a tabletop game, sometimes players use their knowledge of the unrealistic world to argue, realistically, for more unrealistic things.

"As for the actual comic this was a learning experience on quite a few levels, and this is definitely something I'd like to do again - when I'm not so rusty with Photoshop and when I'm not prohibited from grabbing screencaps for monstrously stupid - even contrived – reasons."


ANW 25th Aug 2016, 6:08 AM edit delete reply
Pinkie being Pinkie.
Ooh. Idea.
Consent time.
Craziest contraption your characters has ever built.
ANW 25th Aug 2016, 6:09 AM edit delete reply
Contest, not consent.
Digo Dragon 25th Aug 2016, 7:56 AM edit delete reply
Digo Dragon
Well, if you built it, I'm sure that implied consent. ;)

Craziest contraption I've built as a player was taking an old P-38 lightning and replacing the prop engines with rocket engines. The cockpit was rebuilt with a computer pilot (because for some reason no one wanted to test-fly this thing) and it was a good thing for the rebuild--

After take off from the ground, the plane exploded at an altitude of about 5,000 feet when the right engine's fuel pump malfunctioned. This got the attention of a few federal agencies, because apparently there are laws and permits to abide by...
AlexHurlbut 25th Aug 2016, 9:50 AM edit delete reply
P-38? With rocket engines? DOesn't that mean both booms had to be removed along with the elevator and rudders?
Digo Dragon 25th Aug 2016, 10:08 AM edit delete reply
Digo Dragon

...That might partially explain the catastrophic failure of it's maiden flight.
Evilbob 25th Aug 2016, 12:02 PM edit delete reply
lol. "Implies consent". Sounds like the beginning of a legal defense or cross-examination in a rape case.

Also lol. Yes. Yes there is quite a few regulations regarding everything from unmanned aircraft to experimental aircraft, to commercial aircraft.
reynard61 25th Aug 2016, 9:40 PM edit delete reply
They basically boil down to: "Cannot kill the pilot/operator. Cannot kill the crew. Cannot kill the ground crew. Cannot kill the passengers. Most *DEFINITELY* cannot kill innocent bystanders."
Nebulous 26th Aug 2016, 6:07 AM edit delete