18 Responses to Unearth | Chapter 3 Page 96

  1. Brother Parvus says:

    The pot[sic] thickens, as El Kabong strikes again!

  2. jsfury says:

    So we’re not doing the French wording anymore to save time, right? That’s cool, can’t read French anyway. 😉

  3. Erik Van Thienen says:

    In French-language countries Quick Draw McGraw is called “Grangallo (Grand Galop) Tirevite”.

  4. Edward says:

    Hope that kid doesn’t have lice.

    • mvandinter says:

      It’s the early 19th century, so everybody probably brought their own lice with them. Definitely with their own fleas.

  5. Yakumo says:

    A bit in fairness to the troll people, the fact that those metal pots can scare away a carnivorous lizard that stands literally two times as tall as the tallest troll there and that is also proportionately muscled, well that is extremely valuable, in addition to the cooking, of course.

    Still not down with the selling off your women (which I feel we don’t have all the particulars on), but this isn’t the few trinkets for Manhattan island, either.

    • mvandinter says:

      I’m glad you’re holding off on final judgement of the cast-iron human-trafficing. Few things are as simple as they initially appear… in Unearth.

      • Yakumo says:

        Well, it has a lot to do with not underestimating the intelligence of the ‘natives’ and not buying into the aforementioned Manhattan Island for $25 in trinkets myth before even getting into their morality. I mean, I do get a trusting and somewhat naive vibe from them, but they do seem to have themselves sorted out for survival and I see no reason to doubt that they understand how their society is perpetuated.

        Society, another word taken or modified from French, I assume.

  6. wnp says:

    OI vej”Bon Dieux”, a reference to “Coward of the County” and the Gaitlin boys.

    • Yakumo says:

      Well, it has a lot to do with not underestimating the intelligence of the ‘natives’ and not buying into the aforementioned Manhattan Island for $25 in trinkets myth before even getting into their morality. I mean, I do get a trusting and somewhat naive vibe from them, but they do seem to have themselves sorted out for survival and I see no reason to doubt that they understand how their society is perpetuated.

      Society, another word taken or modified from French, I assume.

  7. Frank says:

    Getting the set is important.

  8. Frank says:

    Indeed!

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