Stay winning Felix.
Seriously, that's a very useful power. Why did they put him with the others?
Wait, he's smiling smugly again? I thought he swallowed his pride...? Felix, you ruminating animal, you.
I like that of all his friends, he chooses to go to Noah (the one who will be most annoyed ^^). Hope he's not after revenge or anything, though.
Ugh, how terrible. :(
Quick Noah! Use your power to make a wish and send him back!
... Yup, Felix's dead when Garth finds him.
At the beginning of this game I was wondering if he had thought through throwing someone in the hole who could store things in cards so he could fill up the hole. I just knew Felix was going to be the one thrown in and stack his way out comically.
Why would the Empire give up something this amazing?
okay, thats actually very funny
I had a feeling Felix would do that. Felix is awesome.
Is that a safe, at the bottom of the pile (that also includes an Arcade machine)?
Also... is it just the shadows, or does Noah have heterochromia?
I am sure this will never bite Felix in the ass. /s
Felix doing this too much, he's in trouble.
Oh Felix, you brilliant idiot.
u can tell felix played a lot of tetris...small box under the ladder
So now, who cleans the mess? I mean the hole and all that stuff inside?
The expression in that last panel. That is just the picture perfect example of what the hell....
I would have gotten stuck playing that arcade machine all night
An arcade machine, hmm? I've never seen anyone in this society use money, and it doesn't look like that one has a money slot, so this gives further firepower to my theory that this is a communist society.
Good job Felix, now you have to answer to Gazz next time you go to classes instead of sitting in a hole.
Was it really an improvement.
But were the sacrifices worth it? Goodbye, arcade machine. Goodbye, bedside table. Goodbye...Is that a safe down there?
Kind of feel like they are underestimating Felix' power. I mean, if he could use his cards to store enemy attacks and as such have an 'indestructable shield' that also let him release said attack laters...I'd acctually put his power as pretty damn powerful.
Hooo boy, will Garth punish him for his defiance, praise him for his creativity, or just shrug and call it a night?
> So now, who cleans the mess? I mean the hole and all that stuff inside?
Maybe, Felix puts it all back in a card, then they put the card in a "time capsule" and bury it in the hole, for future generations :D
I love time capsules, that is like one of my favorite little kid things.
The reason Felix is in spirit class, despite having a great Pandemonium power, is because he's completely incompetent.
@Leo: No. Reason Felix is in spirit class is that his cards depop, when he drops them. He could store things, but he needs super speed, super shield to avoid accidentally losing his powers.
I admit, I thought he'd use his power to deck the hole out in creature comforts and entirely negate the point of it as a punishment. Not escape.
Have to wonder what the limits are on Felix's power though, if he can put anything into a card then he could in theory become a walking arsenal. A perfect smuggler to go along with Noah's infiltrator.
honestly i feel like Felix has the coolest power. Plenty of offensive potential with a mountain of utility.
So for all of you saying that Felix has an op op op power, and asking why he wasn't put in the useful powers group, let me explain some things, cause I thought the same thing until Neo explained it to me in the discord channel.
Yes Felix's POWER is useful, FELIX on the other hand, not so much. It is considerably more expensive to train someone uniquely based on their power than throw them in standardized training. Felix displayed several times that he is hot-headed and not suited for combat, making the the govt. not want to invest lots of money on someone who will likely just lose despite having a lot of training and a useful power.
I think Garth should retroactively give Felix some points for his escape. Clearly, he surpassed someone's expectations.
He wasn't expecting that
I realized, Felix is still wearing his dodgeball suit when he goes to see Noah, with the three dots. That means, he didn't go home after escaping, he went directly to Noah?
I rather feel many of you are overestimating Felix's power. It's good for carrying stuff, but for battle, even leaving aside Felix's Felixness, spirit magic seems more dangerous.
Or at least, I really hope you are all overestimating, given that this is a cliff hanger.
I'm inclined to agree that the government is greatly underestimating Felix's power... but not in the sense of direct combat potential. Instead, think of the strategic implications of it. What it could do to improve an army's supply train, being able to just pick up a bunch of heavy equipment like artillery or armored units and rapidly, easily, and inconspicuously redeploy it elsewhere, etc. I think a clever general could make great use of that capability at a remove from the front iines.