16 Responses to Unearth | Chapter 4 Page 113

  1. Frank "The Speller" Harr says:

    That’s a good question, how DID he?

    Well, she was unconcious, uncontious, un–un—-un, she wasn’t in a position to object.

    Seriously, though, I’ve finally put the time into Gee Fortress. That is totally your work, man. I can see it.

    • mvandinter says:

      Unconscious.
      Thanks for reading Geek Fortress.
      I’m not exactly sure how to interpret the “totally your work, man” other than to ask who the other candidates were.

    • Brother Parvus says:

      “Sacked out with a concrete wig” comes to mind, from Lord Buckley

  2. Frank Harr says:

    Yay! Go Alice!

  3. JJ says:

    I wasn’t aware that Alice was possessed of discretion!

    I must say I am most curious as to where she is off too – and if any of the other lizard folk will try to stop her!

    • mvandinter says:

      I didn’t know that giving someone The Raspberry was considered discretion. Perhaps I’ll try it on my boss.

      • JJ says:

        Perhaps it isn’t to a normal person, but considering Alice did just slug Dult she was positively restrained with the Queen

  4. jsfury says:

    While Dult was blind sided by Alice, he deserved it. Alice is a tough independent gal, and clearly doesn’t take any crap from anyone. Which explains Philo’s fear as to how to handle her strong will. I’m looking forward to how that story unfolds. As for where Alice is off to, it might not be know for the next several pages as I get the feeling the scene is about to shift back to the other side of the under earth adventure with Philo, Charlie, Godfrey and the rest of the surviving group. Or maybe even top side with Rodrick and his conniving ways. Hmm.

  5. Brother Parvus says:

    I luvs me some Alice, but I’m certain that I’d not survive long in her company.

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