Addictive Science The great Christmal travel

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Chaos Sepher

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Ya know would LOVE to see someone turn the fox twins into "normal humans". While I enjoy good transformation shenanigans, something just really irks me about their MO and attitude that they automatically assume everyone would just be better off as fox-taurs.
 

MrAMP

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It actually struck me a few days ago that there's a vacant spot in Addictive Science for the perfect foe: an agent of order who dislikes transformations and seeks to keep everything in its original, natural (BORING) form.
I don't know why, but when I read this, I thought of President Business from the LEGO Movie!
 

Radagast

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Um...I'm having trouble understanding Lukas in the fourth panel. Best I can figure "embarque" should be "embark", and that doesn't really work in this context. You embark upon a journey, you embark to a location, you embark on an endeavor, but you don't embark a person.
 

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The closest word I can think of to use in place of embarque is "shanghai." It's especially appropriate since they're being whisked away onto an airship.

I don't think I've ever seen a nose break panel borders like that before.
 

Radagast

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Well as I'd said, I was having trouble understanding it. With "taking someone with you" as a basis... well, as Nixie suggests, "shanghai" works in that context, as would abduct, press-gang...I suppose "carry off" would also work. "Waylay" too perhaps (it fits the ambush nature of the gift, at the very least, but in my experience it's usually used to suggest violent ambushes rather than kidnapping).
 

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#16
I can't help but imagine some kind of fox logo on those socks. :happySnowman:
I also know the feelings of getting socks for Christmas. Worse gift ever! :happySnowman:
But in all due seriousness, how do they actually forget that they brought someone along?