If you get stabbed by this lance, you explode into chunks.
Wow. No expenses spared here.
So... It's a Gunlance then?
OH DAMN! Neo! Amazing job on the art! You overdid yourself!
I mean, it's not *that* big Noah
looks like it could fit two floors, though then there wouldn't be much space for top armour. not actually that big for our world; I've rode on a double-decker train intercity in Australia. it was never even near capacity, so the size might have been an adaptation to venom rather than demand now I think about it.
Wow. Hope the emperor isn't compensating for something. His "lance" indeed.
Time to ride the Emperor's Lance, Noah.
That's at least 3 Noahs tall. Noah, as we all know, is a universally accepted system of measurement.
Hmm. A label with "Magilante" and a serial number. It makes everything, huh?
Well, it's no sword van.
Jeeze-looize, THAT'S a Train, capital "t".
Noah's statement could be more of a hint as to how small the average train is, rather than how big this train is.
The most feared of all vehicles, the military train!
I mean, so long as you're standing on the tracks.
Otherwise it's pretty dumb.
If it is a real armoured train, it should have some firepower in the likes of cannons. Maybe we'll see how this lance shoots.
Also, isn't it a bit overkill against an aged graffiti artist? Probably they want to steal his crayons... or get rid of the canvas.
And now, all I can think of is that one drawn together gif of the train slamming through a tunnel.
@Zed Given we build trains larger than that, probably.
Also, "Ride to Haven"... uhu.
Well, Noah'll be fine as long as he doesn't have to polish the Emperor's Lance.
So their finest military vehicle is confined to tracks. That seems like a bit of a handicap.
Is something wrong with Drinky guard's eye in the last panel?
Military vehicles were commonplace on rails from the American Civil War until World War 2. They carried more firepower than any other land vehicle of their time because they could carry massive weight and armor. The major disadvantage, of course, is that they were limited to the paths of existing rails that could be sabotaged by just about any fool who had a shovel and an explosive charge.