For those wondering if the burning cage's top is open.
And why it doesn't matter.~
The Judge is clearly a huge Monty Python fan.
If she's alive enough to say "Ugh.." there's still a chance of her winning, right? Right?
I had to check again, and yes they did execute people by having elephants step on them back in the day...
I'm learning all sorts of interesting but really horrible things reading your comic Neo...
Is this the feeling of freedom?
At least it's better than a Spanish donkey.
That's quite the trump card spell...
And here we were all afraid Ariara was gonna steamroll the Judge.
The execution magic though o_O
Judge - "What. I had an elephant as a child. His name was stampy."
@Tom: I don't think that's what he uses for execution, though. I feel like capital punishment dealt by the Judge would be relatively swift and painless. Okay, except for Fusillade, that looks like it -really- hurts.
For the last panel:
"I got a feeling... whooohooo... that tonight's gonna be a good night..."
So I just noticed that in the first panel, the electric controlling whip deals Ariara uses to control the General snapped in half.
I wonder if the General's "feeling" is being in control coupled with magic in his body. Maybe he's infected with magic now?
Sorry if it's not clear, but the magic current Ariara's using to control the General are moving towards eachother, rather than being snapped in half.
It would be cool if some magic users could accidentally infect non-magic humans and give them at least %0+ blood, or better yet, accidentally gives them full on powers (especially in Justopia, where it could cause widespread panic if it happens en-mass).
Careful, there, your smug is showing. ; )