LNH/RACCies: Just Imagine Saxon Brenton vs. Andrew Perron in the Return of the RACCies! #4
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Sun Nov 1 21:51:49 PST 2009
On Mon, 2 Nov 2009 04:46:20 +0000 (UTC), Saxon Brenton wrote:
> On Monday 2/Nov 2009 Andrew Perron replied:
>> On Sun, 1 Nov 2009 Saxon Brenton wrote:
>>> Ignoring the fish's obnoxious attitude, Manga Man Violet did so.
>>> He took one of the melee weapons that he'd been able to purloin from
>>> the Interim Iconoclasts - in this case a katanna - and used it to
>>> methodically chop Phoenix Down into little itty bitty bits, and
>>> took special care to make sure there were any jointed bits like hands
>>> that could come crawling after them. Bluetooth was curious.
>> ...you know, he wasn't actually dead.
>> Eh, he'll be fine.
> Oh? Ooo. Err. Oops.
> (Seriously, I thought if it was a Blackest Night parody, then he was dead
> rather than mind-controlled. Or am I missing something?)
Well, it depends on how you interpret his past being eaten. But I was
thinking alive, but sort of causally adrift from the universe. I didn't
originally plan it as a Blackest Night parody; it sort of organically grew
in that direction.
But considering that his whole gimmick is cheap reversions of character
deaths, it could actually work better storywise!
>> Ah, man. This works *so well* with other ideas I had. <3 <3 <3
> I'm glad.
Just wait until you see what the colors are *really* parodying!
(Disclaimer: This might never happen.)
>> Wow, he's been a Jesse Willey character this whole time? I feel a bit
> What? You don't obsessively check minutiae like that? Huh, must be just
I'm obsessive, but I also have a horrible, horrible memory.
> On the other hand:
>> He's also got a wiki article at http://www.lnhq.info/wiki/Bluetooth !
> Now why didn't it occur to me to check the LNH wiki page before writing up a
> roster entry? Gah! Stupid!
Heh, 'sokay. I've poached extensively from your roster entries for setting
up characters before, so...
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, hmmmm.
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