It's Like Australia...

27th Apr 2012, 7:00 AM
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It's Like Australia...
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bbedlam 27th Apr 2012, 7:00 AM edit delete
So there we have it.. the real purpose behind Bullfinch. There's still a lot about Bullfinch to be explained, but knowing it is, in many ways, a penal colony, should bring up a few more questions about the current inhabitants.

I'll be trying to post some photos from the Denver ComicFest this weekend.
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Thisguy 27th Apr 2012, 8:16 AM edit delete reply
I'm sure the title refers to Australia being a place for people of all nationalities to live together in harmony... and not to the fact that it was once a brittish penal colony.
White Owl 27th Apr 2012, 11:19 AM edit delete reply
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Lest we forget, the state of Georgia was ALSO a British Penal Colony. I figured Bulfinch was some sort of neutral territory, why else would so many pantheons be there to administer justice to Angelique? But why would there be a war for control of Bulfinch? And it seems to me that AF was able to get OUT once (granted Merlin and the Draugr helped, but still)
bbedlam 27th Apr 2012, 12:24 PM edit delete reply
@ThisGuy - what else could I have possibly meant? This certainly wasn't a dig at the land down under for the way their incessant "visit australia" commercial runs on BBC America every five minutes and the song gets stuck in my head. Oh no... I would certainly never do THAT!

@WhiteOwl - Lest we forget that the British sent people out of England to America as a punishment.. the choice being hanging or "transportation". As for why their would be a war for Bullfinch, that will be revealed. And yes, AF was able to get out once and there's a reason for that too.
None1 27th Apr 2012, 7:31 PM edit delete reply
Yeah. Worst. Prison. Ever. Soooo.... Does that make Angelique the warden? What about the dwarf? And now Thor is dating an inmate? Also, who decides who gets sent there? If all the Pantheons sent AF there, and now what with Thor dating AF, if he wants to can he let her out? What system could there be? What about parole? My head hurts...
bbedlam 29th Apr 2012, 1:36 AM edit delete reply
@None1 - There is evidence to suggest that Angelique is something like a warden, yes. What's Rok's role? That will be seen. And yes, Thor is dating an inmate. There are some checks and balances in place.
None1 1st May 2012, 7:45 PM edit delete reply
Also, by worst prison ever I was refering to the warden being taken over by an inmate, the whole tranfer between worlds thing, dating of inmates, and the allowing of the creation of a space time portal, and so forth, in case there was any confusion.