It’s always better to use logic rather than looks when making certain decisions.
Tags: Balder - Father Time - Hermod - Loki - mythology - Norse - Odineye - Thor - ZeusThis entry was posted on Wednesday, December 10th, 2008 at 2:11 pm and is filed under Backup Dad, Brat-halla.
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So it’s been decided, that’s who’ll keep an eye on them!
Sorry. I’ll get my coat…
lol Galant. Personally I’m preparing my anti-chaos shelter as we speak. Because this certainly won’t end well. Or at least cleanly.
*scampers off to go build her shelter*
Oh, I can’t tell, who’s gonna come out the more frazzled? I’m rather thinking Odineye is gonna come out the worse for wear in this little fiasco.
Really, anyone else remember their last encounter? Wonder what they’re gonna come away with this time to beat the mead helmet.
Is he wearing a beret?
that’s his eyebrow…
Although I wonder where he got the eyebrow, Odin doesn’t seem to be missing an eyebrow.
“very generic facial features”
Haha! Excellent. I love it. Chock full o’ humor, wit, and… meh… typical things for this site. Which qualify as humour of a grand sort.
Hah. Decapitation. I love that.
Um… Oh… wait… I’m sick with that.
i guess it was no “shock” tha zeus decided to “bolt”. haha sorry a little thunder god humor *hands out pitchforks and torches* i’ll go run and hide now
I wonder if anyone notice that the last line of the previous candidate panel “introduced” the next one.
Zeus: “I’m sorry to have wasted your time.” was followed by Father Time.
Loki to Father Time: “Get him out of my sight.” was followed by OdinEye.
It is also interesting that Baldur asked the question about the common cold, and liked OdinEye’s answer. That seems to be more of a question that Loki would ask, and an answer that he would like.
Now, if Baldur gets the common cold, and OdinEye was the “doctor”, what would he try since Baldur cannot be decapitated? This is assuming that nobody yet knows about Baldur’s vulnerability.
anybody else noticed the picture in the background?
@Mark: Loki did ask the question. You have to look closely at the facial features to tell. Loki’s hair style is drawn slightly differently than usual, and is similar to Baldur’s, which explains the confusion.
BTW, anyone ever notice Loki is a “red shirt”? maybe that explains why he’s always having so many problems
@jabber: yeah, I see it! Sweet. I missed it first read.
Why is Zeus all of a sudden wanting to be an Understudy to Odin? I thought they still pretty much hated each other.
lol on the ‘red shirt’ thing
@smjjames: Take a look at Pantheon Games #237 and #241. That should explain everything . . . .
Lol, so the greek gayness thing took over and Zeus thinks Odin is gay. I did think that but didn’t post it for some reason.
No offense at any modern Greeks, you can’t help it that the ancient Greeks were okay with gayness and liked children (mostly the young boys, or was that the Romans?), although the Romans took this to a much higher level.
ER, what? Zeus lost to Odin, and wants the chance to pummel him. How you do get homosexuality outta that? o.0
Look at the ones Thealia mentioned….
Actually – Romans openly discouraged homosexuality in all public behavior and belittled it when it happened – though that didn’t stop certain powerful personages from flaunting their desires once they were powerful enough, inspite of public decorum or once they were out of office and retired.
Yes – Zeus has a thing for Odin (not that Odin would reciprocate).
And thank you for the “Decapitation as one of the Norse cures to the common cold” callback.
On a side note – while trying hard not to get political but skirting dangerously close to it – and while trying not to offend any Greek or Homosexual person out there – it has to be annoying to have your culture used as a euphamism for a specific sexual preference. I heard lately that the more dominant homosexual men were recently using “Viking” as a term now. As a descendent of that culture I’d like to say – “Please don’t”. While you may be aspiring to the attributes of members of that culture, and that on some level may be considered “flattering”, it isn’t nice to ascribe your own personal practices to another, entire culture, even if you yourself are descended from it. It certainly isn’t going to make any friends in any case. I’ll drop this now.
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