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Cobra_Ikari
2007-02-25, 06:20 PM
Is it just me, or does Wanda seem to have a bit of a soft spot for Bogroll?

Furin_Mirado
2007-02-25, 06:43 PM
It sure seems that way to me. It seems you either kinda pity him and try to protect him or you see him as a prime target and bully him.

mikeejimbo
2007-02-25, 07:24 PM
mmm, Rule 34 has to come into effect now that I've read the thread's title the wrong way.

Cobra_Ikari
2007-02-25, 07:26 PM
mmm, Rule 34 has to come into effect now that I've read the thread's title the wrong way.

Rule 34? I don't understand...

I agree, Furin. I just think it's interesting that Wanda, who usually seems annoyed with everyone at her best, seems to tolerate Bogroll. Or perhaps even sympathize with him a little.

doublewju
2007-02-25, 07:33 PM
I think bogroll is cute ^^

norms29
2007-02-25, 08:39 PM
this link should explain rule 34
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/630px-Rule34.jpg

MolotovH
2007-02-26, 12:17 AM
The link is "access denied"...

Cobra_Ikari
2007-02-26, 12:29 AM
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/630px-Rule34.jpg

Does that help?

NEO|Phyte
2007-02-26, 12:49 AM
The image can't be hotlinked, copy and paste it into your address bar, it'll work then.

Silverlocke980
2007-02-26, 07:18 PM
I think Wanda sees herself as "above" bullying Bogwoll for the idiot he is, so she takes care of him.

Mung, on the other hand, who rocks on all sorts of levels (but that's not the point) takes great pleasure in being mean to him, as do the other henchmen... and I see no logical reason Wanda wouldn't join in if she didn't have either a.) a soft spot, or b.) didn't care enough to do so.

With Wanda, it could be either!

Cobra_Ikari
2007-02-26, 07:26 PM
I think Wanda sees herself as "above" bullying Bogwoll for the idiot he is, so she takes care of him.

Mung, on the other hand, who rocks on all sorts of levels (but that's not the point) takes great pleasure in being mean to him, as do the other henchmen... and I see no logical reason Wanda wouldn't join in if she didn't have either a.) a soft spot, or b.) didn't care enough to do so.

With Wanda, it could be either!

Hmm...Wanda never struck me as thinking herself "above" anything. She seems to have a bit of a similar soft spot for Parson. On one hand, Parson could be seen as a refreshing ray of sanity in Wanda's life, but thinking back to Dirtamancer Sizemore, she seems rather patient in regards to him as well. Wanda, in my eyes, just sympathizes with people who have ****ty roles. I mean, why shouldn't she? She's the second-in-command to a stupid, uncaring leader. Perhaps she understands what it's like to have to put up with the same kind of **** the other 3 have to.

Don't know, though.

dragongirl13
2007-04-15, 12:36 PM
Pity for his lack of personal hygiene. Nothing else. He's a twoll, and he's a garrison. What could be more below her level?