Time for Gazz to display some of his elite skills.
That oddly looks like Araria's metal-bending ghost hand. Vrry suspicious, Neo.
Why am I thinking of the trope called, "Super-Powered Evil Side" or perhaps, "With Great Power Comes Great Insanity"?
So that sword changed and your arm. Is this an enhanced variation of the technique or is this about to go horribly wrong?
Gazz learns fast. But that sword looks evil, so I'm not sure how i feel about this.
Scary hand is scary.
Yobestboi, I was thinking the xact same thing.
I think they should be a lot more concerned about this not at all healthy looking behaviour.
@Nathan400 I think this would be rather on the "With great insanity comes great power" side of things.
Power->Insanity only counts when the insanity is caused by the power.
I am hoping this is not the beginning of Gazz's decent into evil. I mean maybe I am over reacting but I agree that sword looks evil and I have faith in Neorice that that isn't an accident. But maybe I am misreading this entirely.
âIâm not your pal, buddy!â
I mean, that LOOKS cool, but I give it 50/50 on it being effective or not. (Bet it'll be rather extreme either way.)
And now I'm waiting for not a simple brain hemorrhage but for either a). Gazz's head to explode or if we're really really lucky b). he's possessed/turns into some kind of horrible eldritch horror!
And thus begins Gaston's ascent to lichdom. This will solve at least the problem of haemorrhages, if not more.
"Time for Gazz to display some of his *elite* skills."
Comic 1337. I see what you did there.
Man, I insist, the spirit effects look so good.
Now I am just waiting for Noah to do something, anything really.
Power is based partially on emotions in most systems of magic, this one is no exception.
They've just placed the ultimate 'fight or flight' situation MOMENTS after the poor guy discovered his own 'fight' potential. He's helplessly outmatched by individuals who, ostensibly, killed two of his friends, and are far more experienced then him and who also outnumber him.
This is the sort of moment that's going to cause a burst of adrenaline and freakout, paranoia, survival instincts, and all sorts of 'cornered animal' responses. He's not being given an option of 'flight', only fight, so of course he's going to go hard...and I think they don't realize that those sorts of survival emotions are far more terrifying then they give credit, even without magic powers, such emotions can turn a mouse into a mammoth in moments, let alone something that has power that -directly- scales to how enraged it is.
Cue Theme Music!
Cue Limit Break!
Cue Run the fuck away you two Morons! do you have a death wish? cant you figure out that if Gazz's previous sword broke even with the morning stars, then this will carve you up like a expensive steak.. ?
@Dubu: Noah is the epitome of the reluctant hero, his entire personal value systems is centered around the need to not do anything, or if really forced to do something, then do the absolute minimum least he can get away with.
*Last Surprise intensifies*
Gazz'll put someone's eye out with that thing.