You go Felix!
FELIX WHY DID YOU STOP, KEEP RUNNING THE NINE LAYERS OF THE INFERNO ARE WAITING FOR YOU IF YOU STOP RIGHT NOW.
This time Felix will land at the bottom of the hole, which will be slowly being filled by water. Dripping drop by drop on his head. And then he will be punished.
Sooooo.... hole time again?
Is Felix really expecting anyone to be impressed by his cheating? Or indeed, his marginally useful power?
Don't get me wrong, if they were looking for a truck substitute, his name would be at the top of the list. But that's not the point of this dealy, they're training them to be magical soldiers. This stunt displays no mastery of the skills they're being taught and is disrupting the lesson.
And is it just me or is he displaying some sort of size/weight/mass limit for his carded items?
IO dunno, Saiko, I think it's more likely they'll put a port-a-potty on top of the hole they throw him in.
why did he expect them to be obedient? they are just kids
That last sentence is one I'm sure Felix will hear many, many times during his training.
this is all sort of awesome, from everyone's expression to how Felix goes "poof poof poof poof" as he run with that smug-ass grin lol
Probably because they are about high school age and at their age they should be mature enough to follow the rules
@Whispers of Sorrow
"marginally useful power"?
Felix' power is a _very_ strong combat power, seeing how it can store stuff like punches. If he mastered the spirit-stuff he might be able to block any kind of attack with his card and then use it later. The powers only drawback is that it belongs to Felix :P
Chill out, Garth. Felix just backed up your position. Ability to follow instructions is way below that of a common footsoldier.
On that note, why is Noah's hair suddenly wet?
Hey, Felix. Here's the ultimate plan. Store the water. All of the water. That way you can cross on foot and get an insta-flood card; that can always be useful later.
I feel like the Legend of Felixâ¢ is going to be used as a horrible warning for generations.
@giovanni: Notice the way the others quailed at Garth's approach? They certainly knew better.
@HanMK: It's pretty easy to knock his cards from his hands though, at which point he's ground zero for all of them. Now if he could carry around bridge laying equipment or indeed, a howitzer I'd be more impressed.
@orangetree: That isn't Noah, that is Cherry, one of his classmates. She jumped into the river a few pages ago.
Garth doesn't wonder, because Garth knows!