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talkamancer
2009-04-22, 02:43 PM
Stanley is a manufacturer of tools
Wanda make pliers
Charlie manufactures a disk network

Rockwell make tools. Does this mean Sizemore will get the next Arkentool ?
With the authors penchent for bad puns I'm guessing the next tool will be the Arkensaw.

ericgrau
2009-04-23, 04:27 AM
Arkenwelder

Or, the 10 ton giant arkenlathe. Everyone knows exactly where it is, what it is and how it works, but after the first few failed attempts no one has bothered trying to retrieve it or use it. And as it turns out it's attuned to Parson so no one could use its special ability before.

Loscann
2009-04-23, 04:47 AM
Curse you! I just found http://rockwelltools.com/ today, but you beat me to it! Arghhhh.

Edit: Also, Rockwell makes a "Jawhorse". That's just a perfect pun waiting to be illustrated.

raphfrk
2009-04-23, 05:28 AM
2 of the 3 known (to us) Arkentools are mobile. Taming dwagons and (the presumed) uber uncroak ability require the tool to be mobile.

Charlie's OTOH is perfectly viable even though it has to be in a fixed position. Also, Charlie's tool is the only one which actually makes an sense, i.e. there is a link between thinkamancy and what a satellite dish actually does. There seems to be little link between a hammer and taming dragons and similarly little link between a pliers and raising the dead.

Enhanced dirtamancy would also seem to require a mobile tool.

OTOH, maybe something like an architech's table would be a viable dirtamancy tool. It could allow sizemore to build earthworks. For example, he would draw a wall around GK and it would instantly appear, as the land would mould into the correct shape.

Alternatively, it might allow him to summon an uber unit (like miners or something).

Ofc, there is a 4th tool that is known to the people on erfworld. I think if the 4th tool that Stanley knew about was linked to dirtamancy, then he would have treated Sizemore better. OTOH, the 4th tool might not be attuned to its owner, so although it is known what it is, they may not know what it does.

Fjolnir
2009-04-23, 01:04 PM
Speculated 4th tools include the Arkensaw and the Arkenwelder both of which have punderful possibilities though Rockwell tools makes no welder so I assume it would be the Arkensaw to Sizemore.

T-O-E
2009-04-23, 02:25 PM
Alternatively, it might allow him to summon an uber unit (like miners or something).

Maybe giant worms?

Pointyleaf
2009-04-23, 02:59 PM
Stanley is a manufacturer of tools
Wanda make pliers
Charlie manufactures a disk network

Rockwell make tools. Does this mean Sizemore will get the next Arkentool ?
With the authors penchent for bad puns I'm guessing the next tool will be the Arkensaw.

! Great catch! Can't believe I missed that.

Funny just how *much* foreshadowing there is in this comic, but in really obscure ways.. the authors still manage to surprise even us obsessed fans.

gcb001
2009-04-23, 03:36 PM
My guess would be either the arkensaw or arkendrill. and if it would go to sizemore i think it would do either one of a couple of different things.
1. super ability to manipulate earth (he got giddy at changing the land like a titan, who knows?)
2. just naturally enhancing all of his abilities, just enhances nothing super special
3. makes him able to make golems much much faster than he could before.
4. able to make huge siege rock monster? would make sense with the dragons and archons, as it is i think the pliers will be able to let wanda make some form of enhanced/super uncroaked unit.
5.???????? something random that the authors come up with.

sigh, i guess we must all just wait to see. I love this comic though and consider it totally worth the wait:smallcool:

Hadrian_Emrys
2009-04-23, 04:04 PM
I'm only seeing this headed in one direction. Charlie has his Dish and is opposed by Stanley with his Hammer. Wanda now has her Pliers (as was forseen by many) so now perhaps Jillian will get something in leather (http://stores.ebay.com/Jillian-Distributors_Leather-Saddle-Sissy-Tool-Bag_W0QQcolZ2QQdirZQ2d1QQftidZ2QQtZkm)? She is often seen riding around on "gwiffons" like an irate biker chick after all AND she is the most compelling potential foil to Wanda. In any case, I do not see Parson ever getting his hands on a Tool himself since his plot relavance is not his raw power but rather his ability to overcome it. What is a story without a plot mountain to climb? The items in his possession are more than enough to provide what he needs to do his job.

Said it before, and I'm saying it again. It'll be interesting to see whether or not I'm off the mark.

Pointyleaf
2009-04-23, 06:54 PM
And when our arkentools combine.. I am Captain Planet!

Or something like that. I am thinking of the possibility of great fireworks when the arkentools interact, whether constructively or destructively.

UltimatheChosen
2009-04-24, 02:06 PM
If it is a Dirtamancy related tool, I'm betting on the Arkenshovel or the Arkentrowel.

Hadrian_Emrys
2009-04-24, 07:32 PM
You people aren't being abstract enough, I think. What the heck does a squeaky/croquet(sp) hammer have to do with dwagons or needle nose pliers with croakamancy?

ishnar
2009-04-24, 08:08 PM
The fifth arkentool is parson's brain. If someone cracked his head, light would come out the crack.

Leewei
2009-04-24, 11:23 PM
I think Sizemore deserves an Arkenspade.

Glome
2009-04-25, 12:02 AM
For people saying that there is no connection between two of the arkentool and their function, I'm seeing some clear connections on most of the abilities. The arkenpliers are suppose to be a tool of the fates.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moirae
Of course instead of it being a thread of fate, it is apparently a wire of fate that can be twisted and cut with the pliers.

The arkenhammer is a little more difficult, but it does seem like it based on Mjollnir, Thor's hammer. The lightning and flying in particular are pretty much given as the abilities of Thor's hammer. Plus, 'Hammer of the Gods' is a Led Zeppelin tribute band, plus a lot of heavy metal tends to draw on Norse roots, thus the heavy rock connection.

There really isn't a connection between the hammer to dwagon taming and Thor except for the fact that Thor is destined to fight the world serpent at the end of the world (and nuts-pigeon is just a random ability altogether), but then again a satellite dish has nothing to do with angels either.

As to my guess for the next arkentool, a tuning fork connected to foolamancy.

cdrcjsn
2009-04-26, 02:22 AM
If Sizemore gets the next arkentool and it's dirtamancy related, then I think a mobile fortress makes for a nice power. Imagine Gobwin Knob with wheels...

TerraImmorits
2009-04-26, 02:44 AM
The Arkenglass, which is why Jack is such an amazing Foolamancer.

Or something equivalently ridiculous/punderful.

Chameon
2009-04-26, 03:38 AM
Hard to predict, but methinks it'll be something that connects the three to those with extremely over-deductive minds. Then again, what connects a dish (methinks satellite) a hammer, and a pair of pliers. Wait a second, (goes into his paranoid theories corner, comes back) I got nothin', this feels vaguely like blues clues also...and I feel rather pitiful for noticing that.

Gez
2009-04-26, 03:55 AM
A toy hammer, a normal-looking needle nose plier, and a satellite dish. Only one of them actually strikes me as being a tool. The fourth one might as well be an arkenfishbowl or an arkenapron for all we know.


As for Sizemore, I can only picture him getting attuned to an arkenshovel.

Chameon
2009-04-26, 04:23 AM
There seems to be little link between a hammer and taming dragons and similarly little link between a pliers and raising the dead.


(jokingly)Well, you hit a dragon on the head with a hammer whenever it does anything bad, and you'll inevitably get it out of doing the wrong things(/jokingly)

Also, not so sure about the raising the dead thing for the pliers, then again, I have no real idea one way or the other. The comic stated it was "Fate Magic" aligned, which makes me think the effect is more on editing a persons fate. After all, Wanda's hobby is torture and interrogation....poor Ansom if I'm correct.

Kasavin
2009-04-26, 04:54 AM
I'm leaning towards predictomancy related actually. The ability for even a master class predictomancer to see so many turns into the future as Wanda acquiring the pliers (with everything else that has happened) seems to be more than a bit over powering. Of course, if it was a Arkentool that made the prediction (and apparently gave Wanda advice to stick it out with Stanley), that'd be a bit more understandable. Furthermore, the Perfect Warlord spell was forged in part using Predictomancy. Sure, a tri-link is incredibly powerful magically, but as far as we've seen Parson is the only thing to ever be summoned from another dimension.

Also, Arken8ball would be cool.

Dahan
2009-04-26, 07:51 PM
I'd like to see the Arkenhatchet myself, which when used in combination with Sizemore and Lord Hamster, will bring about peace. You know, "Bury the Hatchet." :smallbiggrin:

seans23
2009-04-26, 08:41 PM
A hippiemancer tool: The Arken Asylum.

Frogpop
2009-04-26, 11:10 PM
Titan itself is a tool brand. Parson is already a rule breaker, but imagine what he could do with a nice new breaker bar (http://www.amazon.com/Titan-12046-2-Inch-Quick-Release-Ratchet/dp/B000UOHZ04/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&s=hi&qid=1240805360&sr=1-8).

Garland
2009-04-26, 11:21 PM
I've been expecting some kind of Arkenplunger.

Xondoure
2009-04-27, 12:27 AM
Everyone needs to remember that the tools are connected with areas of magic not mancys (ie: fate magic not croakamancy)
With that reasoning, i doubt we are going to see a dirtamancy tool.

Goshen
2009-04-27, 12:50 AM
I've been expecting some kind of Arkenplunger.LOL! I would be the scourge of all crap golems.

It could also be especially deadly in underground (tunnel) combat, and perfect for cracking open fortifications. :smalltongue:

T-O-E
2009-04-27, 01:38 AM
Everyone needs to remember that the tools are connected with areas of magic not mancys (ie: fate magic not croakamancy)
With that reasoning, i doubt we are going to see a dirtamancy tool.

We don't actually know that.

Muzzafar
2009-04-27, 03:09 PM
I think Sizemore deserves an Arkenspade.
He has already got a spade (http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0120.html) that looks quite magical.

EldritchExMachina
2009-04-27, 03:33 PM
I'd be surprised if Sizemore got the 4th Arkentool at all. Those who have attuned to the Arkentools have been anomalous.

Stanley: Rose from the ranks to become an Heir.
Wanda: A caster capable of working magic outside of her chosen school.
Charlie: Been called just plain weird and displayed capabilities and a mindset that suggest he may not be from Erf.

kagato23
2009-04-27, 04:08 PM
I'd be surprised if Sizemore got the 4th Arkentool at all. Those who have attuned to the Arkentools have been anomalous.

Stanley: Rose from the ranks to become an Heir.
Wanda: A caster capable of working magic outside of her chosen school.
Charlie: Been called just plain weird and displayed capabilities and a mindset that suggest he may not be from Erf.

Sizemore has immense intrest in fields outside his own, and borders on pacifism, which is downright incomprehensible in erfworld (even the hippiemancer sees war as a way to peace). Plus, as mentioned, he fits the naming scale that the other tool users have.

Zictor
2009-04-27, 05:18 PM
Has anyone ever come up with a Theory of the alignment of the Tools?

Regarding the Dish, we know it gives Charlie and unprecedented control of Thinkamancy.

Regarding the Pliers, we knew they were specially destructive against the undead and that they attuned to Wanda, who is a croakamancer. That all makes sense. But Ansom also said that "fate magic was hopeless in his case". What did he mean then? Are the Arkentools aligned to a certain Axis? Or a certain class? Because both the Croakamancy and Thinkamancy are fate magic.

I don't think that there would be one tool for each discipline, that's too many. I always imagined 8 arkentools, one for each major class of magic. But what does fate magic have to do with it?

And what about the Arkenhammer? I can't really figure out what kind of attunement it has. Do the tools actually need an attunement?

I don't think there is enough information out there.

Tubal-Cain
2009-04-27, 11:11 PM
If it is a Dirtamancy related tool, I'm betting on the Arkenshovel or the Arkentrowel.

I agree about the possibility of an arkentrowel. Especially if it somehow ties in with Flower Power (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erfworld#Magic).

Doomsy
2009-04-28, 03:38 AM
Arkenhammer is blunt force. It summons dwagons, assumed to be some of the hardest hitting units in the game. It is the beat stick, not the brains.

The Arkendish is the thinkamancers tool. It links communication networks together.

The Arkenpliers twist loyalty and fate, which is closely tied together in Erfworld.

The fourth one really depends on how the plot turns out. If I had to say who uses it, my bet would be Sizemore or Zamussels.

You don't want to see Zamussels with the Arken(can)opener. You just don't.

zz_tophat
2009-04-28, 05:48 AM
Just a random thought I had: arkentoilet seat

Wisp Wings
2009-04-28, 06:19 AM
Firstly, I personaly believe that the arken pliers are somehow croakamany alined.

Thoughts on what the 4th (or onwards:smalleek:) arkentool might be-
Arkenspade- In the tunels Sizemore had a spade that seemed to be a Magic Item, maybe the Arkenspade was a blue print.

Arkenladder- bring on the slapstick of a guy continuesly turning around wilst wilding it.

Arkeniron- even unattuned you can take years off the enemys faces.. and lifespans

Arkenphone- possibly increases scouting abilitys but continues use results in massive upkeep.

Also I was wondering... is it generally conceded that all the tools are based off everyday average home equiptment?

Eco-Mono
2009-04-29, 08:36 PM
Has anyone ever come up with a Theory of the alignment of the Tools?

Regarding the Dish, we know it gives Charlie and unprecedented control of Thinkamancy.

Regarding the Pliers, we knew they were specially destructive against the undead and that they attuned to Wanda, who is a croakamancer. That all makes sense. But Ansom also said that "fate magic was hopeless in his case". What did he mean then? Are the Arkentools aligned to a certain Axis? Or a certain class? Because both the Croakamancy and Thinkamancy are fate magic.

I don't think that there would be one tool for each discipline, that's too many. I always imagined 8 arkentools, one for each major class of magic. But what does fate magic have to do with it?

And what about the Arkenhammer? I can't really figure out what kind of attunement it has. Do the tools actually need an attunement?I've been thinking about this a little actually, and my best guess is that there are either four or eight Arkentools, each pertaining to a discipline along the Fate axis. Thinkamancy and Croakamancy are gimmes here, and I'd be willing to bet that if the Arkenhammer's abilities are within a discipline, it is that of Changeamancy; recall the running reference to the Hammer turning walnuts into birds and vice-versa, which may or may not be a Chekhov's Gun hidden in plain sight.

Of course, by this theory, the Arkensaw as wielded by Sizemore would probably be Signamancy-related, rather than his nominal specialty. But really, anything in this area is mad speculation for now. ;)

greywords
2009-04-29, 08:42 PM
Along the lines of outside the box theories...

ArkenTheCovenant
ArkenNoah
ArkenLight (add a 'd' at the start if it doesn't jump out at you)
ArKenBarbie... (to New Zealanders, this could be a portable barbeque grill...)

Okay. I think I should be done now.

paddyfool
2009-05-18, 05:26 AM
I'm thinking there might be two more tools out there, one known, and one unknown.

The known: The arkensaw (for stanley).
The unknown: One big, circular tool to rule them all: the arkenwheel (for Lord H, naturally).

EDIT: And damnit, I have to stop getting drawn back here.

raphfrk
2009-05-18, 05:43 AM
I've been thinking about this a little actually, and my best guess is that there are either four or eight Arkentools, each pertaining to a discipline along the Fate axis.

Eyemancy is Life + Motion
Naughtymancy is Motion + Matter

Stuffamancy (changeamancy) is matter
Stagemancy (Carnymancy) is life + motion + matter

Assuming that the hammer is carnymancy, then the tools could be fate and motion aligned, thus the 4 magics specialities are:

Thinkamancy
Croakamancy
Dollamancy
Carnymancy

If the tool is changeamancy aligned, then there doesn't seem to be an obvious code for the elements.

However, the walnut thing does point to changeamancy.

Glorendil
2009-05-18, 06:09 AM
I've been thinking about this a little actually, and my best guess is that there are either four or eight Arkentools, each pertaining to a discipline along the Fate axis. Thinkamancy and Croakamancy are gimmes here, and I'd be willing to bet that if the Arkenhammer's abilities are within a discipline, it is that of Changeamancy; recall the running reference to the Hammer turning walnuts into birds and vice-versa, which may or may not be a Chekhov's Gun hidden in plain sight.

Of course, by this theory, the Arkensaw as wielded by Sizemore would probably be Signamancy-related, rather than his nominal specialty. But really, anything in this area is mad speculation for now. ;)

I tend to agree with your line of thought, and that of Zictor... I've been thinking about that as well.

I think the hammer is a Changeamancy tool, so we have:
Predictamancy - ?
Dollamancy - ?
Changeamancy - Arkenhammer
Thinkamancy - Arkendish
Signamancy - ?
Croakamancy - Arkenpliers
Carnymancy - ?
Healomancy - ?

Suggestions... here are some, although I'm completely clueless as to what Dollamancy and Carnymancy will include:
Predictamancy - Arkentarots or Arkencalendar
Dollamancy - ??? Arkenbarbie ???
Signamancy - Arkenflag or Arkensemaphores
Carnymancy - ???
Healomancy - Arkenband-aid, Arkenstethoscope, Arkenstaff

Arkensaw is a good pun and hence an excellent candidate for an arkentool.

I think however that the next tool will go to Parson, and with him being a hippiemancer I'm more inclined toward a signamancy tool.

paddyfool
2009-05-18, 06:17 AM
I think however that the next tool will go to Parson, and with him being a hippiemancer I'm more inclined toward a signamancy tool.

Arkenwheel works for a hippiemancer pretty well, too, as well as the great punnage with his title. So yeah, I'm thinking either 5 or 8 tools.

EDIT However, the fifth tool would be aligned to all schools, rather than any specific school which would mean, by all rules of punnage:

Charlie: Arkendish
Stanley: Arkenhammer
Wanda: Arkenpliers
Rockwell: Arkensaw

Lord Hamster: Arkenwheel

That is all.

MickJay
2009-05-18, 06:23 AM
With just 4 tools, it's possible that each is linked to two schools, rather than one; attuning to one school (but not the other) would be then possible. It could explain the secondary effects of pliers (destroying undead, if it is not directly linked to croakamancy) and of the hammer (changing walnuts to pigeons) as minor effects of the schools that the user is not attuned to.

raphfrk
2009-05-18, 06:29 AM
Predictamancy - Arkentarots or Arkencalendar


Sounds reasonable. Maybe the Arkentelescope.



Dollamancy - ??? Arkenbarbie ???


I think Arkenneedle, for sewing. Dollamancy is likely linked to the cloth golems.



Signamancy - Arkenflag or Arkensemaphores


Signamancy is supposed to be about protest signs. So, maybe even the basic arkensign. Alternatively, maybe the Arkenbrush (for painting message on signs).



Healomancy - Arkenband-aid, Arkenstethoscope, Arkenstaff


Maybe this one could be the arkensaw ? :) I mean that was a tool of doctors in the past.

Carisbourg
2009-05-18, 08:17 AM
Rockwell make tools. Does this mean Sizemore will get the next Arkentool ?
With the authors penchent for bad puns I'm guessing the next tool will be the Arkensaw.

What about Stanley himself being the fourth tool? He is called "Tool", I don't know if the RCC ever referred to him that way, but all his people did. Plus what's more powerful than a tool for using tools?

The Glyphstone
2009-05-18, 09:03 AM
He's called the Tool because Parson was insulting him....calling someone a 'tool' in the real world isn't a compliment. He liked it because tools are sacred in Erf, but he was just Stanley the Plaid till Parson showed up.

Xenon
2009-05-18, 12:45 PM
hang on! diramancy is stuffamancy, and the ArkenHammer appears to be stuffamancy! sizemore is of the same tribe as stanley....

what if the dirtmancer supreme tool is the hammer? as for dragons, they make sense in that they are the guardians of the treasures of the earth.

Glorendil
2009-05-18, 11:40 PM
Lord Hamster: Arkenwheel


LOL... that's a good one, Arkenwheel for Lord Hamster. Thumbs up!


hang on! diramancy is stuffamancy, and the ArkenHammer appears to be stuffamancy! sizemore is of the same tribe as stanley....

what if the dirtmancer supreme tool is the hammer? as for dragons, they make sense in that they are the guardians of the treasures of the earth.

Interesting... very... didn't think of that one. Brings to mind the question of what will happen if Wanda clashes with Stanley, and the hammer falls to the hands of Sizemore?

tribble
2009-05-19, 10:21 PM
Interesting... very... didn't think of that one. Brings to mind the question of what will happen if Wanda clashes with Stanley, and the hammer falls to the hands of Sizemore?

Crowning Moments of Awesome. That is All.

UltimatheChosen
2009-05-21, 10:53 PM
I'm still convinced that there are more than four Arkentools. The only hint we've ever gotten was that there are four known Arkentools. There could be others. Eight is a more logical number (one for each type of magic).

Fuzzy_Juan
2009-05-21, 11:17 PM
so...assuming parson gets the 4th known one...perhaps the quest for the unknown Arkentools will encompass the 2nd or maybe the 3rd book?

Assuming 8 tools total, one for each type of magic...that leaves 4 up for grabs...Parson had 4 friends...coincidence?

And if the Arkentools are akin to developer tools of the world they are in...perhaps they have more secrets beyond the obvious?

valce
2009-05-22, 08:50 PM
I dunno about you guys, but I'm hoping the fourth tool is the Arken-C++ Compiler*.

... But I won't hold my breath.

*Segmentation fault line? :P

OverWilliam
2009-05-22, 09:31 PM
2 of the 3 known (to us) Arkentools are mobile. Taming dwagons and (the presumed) uber uncroak ability require the tool to be mobile.

Charlie's OTOH is perfectly viable even though it has to be in a fixed position. Also, Charlie's tool is the only one which actually makes an sense, i.e. there is a link between thinkamancy and what a satellite dish actually does. There seems to be little link between a hammer and taming dragons and similarly little link between a pliers and raising the dead.

Enhanced dirtamancy would also seem to require a mobile tool.

OTOH, maybe something like an architech's table would be a viable dirtamancy tool. It could allow sizemore to build earthworks. For example, he would draw a wall around GK and it would instantly appear, as the land would mould into the correct shape.

Alternatively, it might allow him to summon an uber unit (like miners or something).

Ofc, there is a 4th tool that is known to the people on erfworld. I think if the 4th tool that Stanley knew about was linked to dirtamancy, then he would have treated Sizemore better. OTOH, the 4th tool might not be attuned to its owner, so although it is known what it is, they may not know what it does.

You have a lot of other hands.



I'll throw my vote for the Arkensaw.

ishnar
2009-05-23, 12:20 AM
You have a lot of other hands.



I'll throw my vote for the Arkensaw.

Fie! It's going to be an Arkenplunger I tell you!

nefaust
2009-06-06, 11:42 PM
If dollamancy has anything to do with creating cloth golems, mabey the arkeneedle. It could sew sentient cloth dolls, graft cloth limbs onto units, etc.

fangthane
2009-06-16, 02:00 PM
I have a slightly different (and likely no less wrong) take on how things might work, on the presumption that there are only 4 known arkentools. I don't recall seeing that but I miss and ignore a lot sometimes. :)

First, the two about which we know* the most:
Arkendish - Thinkamancy - Life and Motion on Fate
Arkenpliers - Croakamancy - Matter and Motion on Fate
In assessing these two, we note that both involve the element of Motion on the Fate axis (and so my crackpot theory begins).

Third is the Hammer, about which we know** somewhat less; however, it's been postulated that the Hammer is a 'tool based around either carnymancy or changemancy. Since it works well with my nascent theory, I'd stipulate that carnymancy - Life, Matter and Motion on Fate - makes some sense for the Hammer - nothing's really a clear fit, if there's even meant to be one, but it's one of the two closest. That yields the expectation of one more Motion-related, Fate-axis tool in Dollamancy (the Arkenthimble or Arkenspool or whatever it may be) which consists of Motion alone on the Fate axis.

If there is one more tool beyond the 4 apparently known, it almost has to be in Healomancy (pure Fate with no physical element) and of course there may be more.

In any case, I'd anticipate that the entire set of Tools could be used by a sufficiently motivated crew to effect Titan-like change on Erf. That in itself might be interesting.

*Frankly, we know very little; we (most of us) assume the various 'tools are aligned similarly to the effects we've seen or the people to whom they're attuned, but it only takes a single contradictory instance to knock down the whole house of cards.
**See previous note.

Indeed.
2009-06-18, 01:15 PM
I'll throw my hat into the 'Hammer=Carnymancy' theory. Whack-a-mole, anyone?

Mercenary Pen
2009-09-13, 08:13 PM
I'm not going to put my weight behind any complex theories at the moment, but, for everyone who's suggested Sizemore should get an Arkentool:

Arkenpickaxe.


Also, on the whole issue of the obvious Arkensaw pun, it's far too obvious. They might go for Arkenchainsaw instead though.

Jallorn
2009-09-13, 09:55 PM
Maybe giant worms?

Sandworm... as in Dune.

Roland St. Jude
2009-09-14, 10:21 AM
Sheriff of Moddingham: Please don't do thread necromancy.