The Law Is Reason Devoid of Passion ...

29th Jul 2011, 7:00 AM
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bbedlam 29th Jul 2011, 7:00 AM edit delete
What, did you think the Spirit of the Woods was just going to let the whole "Angelique was married to someone else while married to him" thing go? Oh no... not him. He'll probably pick away at that little issue for a while.

And yes, I threw in an Objection joke. For no particular reason, other than it seemed like a good place for one.

Ok, and that's it for now. Leave your comments, ratings, etc etc... And as always I will reply :)
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White Owl 29th Jul 2011, 10:29 AM edit delete reply
White Owl
Spiteful Sprite that Sylvan Spirit!
Lawelite 29th Jul 2011, 1:58 PM edit delete reply
yes yes yes!!! this has made my day! also, hera must be represetative of zeus. Only logical explination.
Magravan 29th Jul 2011, 2:25 PM edit delete reply
Or the Elf Queen is a representative for someone else... It makes sense that she weaseled her way into speaking on behalf of a God.
leyna 29th Jul 2011, 3:33 PM edit delete reply
Clearly..the Spirit of the Woods god is trying to amBUSH the trial...ok ok ok so Im a couple of days behind on the vegetation jokes..but HAY, you can't SQUASH it now that I am on a roll...
bbedlam 29th Jul 2011, 5:50 PM edit delete reply
@WhiteOwl - that comment was brought to you in the Mighty Marvel Manner, true believer! EXCELSIOR!

@Lawelite - I still have no idea regarding the Ace Phoenix thing, but this seemed like the right time to do an "objection" joke. Not sure why you'd think Hera was representing Zeus though. It's pretty clear that Aphrodite is here to be the rep for the Greek Pantheon.

@Magravan - The Elf Queen may or may not be representing anyone else. It certainly seems difficult to weasel her way into all this, but she does appear to be pretty manipulative so there IS a possibility. We'll just have to wait and see. On the other hand (non-spoiler alert) The Spirit of the Forest is a representative for pagan spirits/whathave you... essentially he could have been The Green Man, but the Green Man is a pain the ass to draw :)

@Leyna - I see some puns have TAKEN SEED in regards to the Burning Bush. Have they BLOSSOMED into full-out jokes? Good question. But it does appear the grass is greener on the other side...