Notes, comments, and thoughts about the issue. Additional comments are
welcome. Last modified October 6, 1999
- Page 1 - Who dropped the block on the Clockwork Warrior? Did
Katara activate it ("They were easy enough to find. I know all
your hiding places."), or did Quinton just not hide this one
since it had been crushed? Or does Katara have access to the Clockwork
Warriors, and she shows Quinton the crushed one so he doesn't know how
many of them she's found?
- Page 2 - Were the Clockwork Warriors that bad, or is Quinton
exaggerating a bit because he doesn't want Katara using them?
- Page 2 - "I used to be trustworthy." Katara really
seems to have gone round the bend, so to speak... Or, she's speaking from
Quinton's point of view, and since they now work to different ends (or
different means to the same end?) he can no longer trust her.
- Page 3 - Why did Quinton build the Clockwork Warriors?
- Page 4 - What does Katara learn (if anything) from Quinton's dreams?
- Page 12 - Interesting that, for all the bad light Quinton's been put
in lately, he's ready to put his life on the line to help a troll he just
- Page 13 - "My sister's legions will find safety in the forest
until I decide otherwise." What exactly are the legions
Katara refers to? The Lamp Knights? Something yet unseen? Perhaps the
Majesty Guard, although that seems an unlikely possibility.
- Page 15 - "Words and honesty are his spells and
trickery." -- Is this why we never see Quinton casting a spell,
his powers are more subtle?
- Page 15 - "Our road treads a path beyond his comprehension;
ours is the greater good..." Quinton may be a goofball, but he's
quite smart, and very experienced. If he has problems with Katara's
actions, I'd expect a better reason than, "He doesn't
understand." Or, considering Quinton as a "wise fool," his
understanding of things may be in a very deep way, that he may not
- Page 19 - Is that an actual head, or a cauldron or sorts forged to
look like a head?
Sol Foster (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Alternate Clockwork Warriors ideas,
Katara's motives, Quinton being willing to risk his life for the troll,
Quiton as a wise fool, and quite a bit more.
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