Something tells me this was a lost battle from the start.
Down the pit hole you go, Noah!
...so there was a fourth person this whole time...
Gazz is instantaneously changed the hands holding the swords and dagger 2 times. In my imagination he is actually freely morphing their size, it's surprisingly cool.
It's DEFINITELY time for Noah to use his powers...
Also comic #1337 is coming up soon
Itâs a trap!!!
@SCorp Yeah, I'm thinking he might be trying to make two swords and just having rather a lot of trouble with that effort, resulting in it being a sword and a dagger, and every time he tries to fix the dagger, the 'sword' unravels.
Eh. Maybe this will allow them to escape slavery from the Empire.
Noah, you really should use your power while you can still breathe.
@King Random: It looks rather like they're in the process of being enslaved from where I'm sitting. At least in the Empire's service they still have their friends and families. Granted, Noah doesn't really have any of those, but he's an edge case.
I recall Ciel being displeased that she was less powerful after eating a cow's brain. This power seems to be a general "reshaping" pande. I am thinking that Ciel was not explicitly warped, just drained from analysing all the vague ambiguous large-scale power usage and needs a straw and an open ear to feel herself again.
Noah's power grants wishes, but they are morphed by the brain he inhabits.
His second wish, when entering the cow's brain, was to be able to talk to the guide (Ciel) while awake.
Ciel gained that ability, but since cows are weak minded, she lost the ability to read Noah's thoughts. Now her interaction with him is all about perception.
Bad, bad Leroy Brown?
by the way I am always tempted to put "4" as what comes next because that would be totally correct
You're clearly in danger Noah, so you have the impetus. All you gotta do is time this just right, and it'll be a flawless disappearing act that leaves allies and enemies blaming each other, totally oblivious to what you actually pulled off.