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Ronson on June 24, 2010
One more page and then … Well, we'll see …
at 4:56PM, June 27, 2010
Since the last two Sharra actions, the arrow and the dragon, where good. It would be illogical to think they took turns and that the next one would be good too. I think he concluded that every time he had one type of luck, he would be due for the other type too. So he would set himself up for some major misfortune, like alerting the dragon, so the good Sharra had to give him megaluck afterwards.
at 8:37AM, June 27, 2010
To clear up what I meant: I think Shrub has concluded that the Sharras are taking turns, and that Good Sharra is up next, so he'll do something stupid like jumping off the dragon... and gets killed.
Come to think of it, that does sort of make sense in a situation like this, except he should have made sure by *asking* the goddesses if that is true. We'll see...
at 9:56AM, June 26, 2010
Yeah, they couldn't possibly drop the ball now, could they?
at 2:23PM, June 25, 2010
I think, it will be something like they are both of them are for good and bad luck and just swapping places.
at 9:39AM, June 25, 2010
I think he figured, the good luck will be compelled to save his sorry ass from falling or maybe it is something more like he realizes luck can be good or bad, it is just how he uses it to his advantage.
at 7:41AM, June 25, 2010
Let me guess- he makes a WRONG conclusion and it gets him KILLED.
I hope not. Not that I like Shrub, but that'd be... dumb.
at 3:57AM, June 25, 2010
NEITHER of them are good luck!
at 1:43AM, June 25, 2010
at 12:08AM, June 25, 2010
Luck is relative.
at 10:41PM, June 24, 2010
Deciding to rely on his own fortune, perhaps?
at 10:12PM, June 24, 2010