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Look out Brittany! You drip that ice cream in that color hair and you'll never find it again!

And poor Khan :(

posted by tazel on September 25th, 2016, 11:26 pm

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And now is when our Ifrit goes all Leprechaun In Da Hood.

posted by Salen on September 26th, 2016, 12:01 pm

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@Salen: If Genies could go on rampages, they would do that. Whatever magic is binding them to their lamps, it obviously keeps them from acting out. And since this magic is clearly sufficient to control an entity that's capable of bending all Space, Time, Energy, and Matter to its will, there is obviously no chance for this Genie to break free.

posted by Guest on September 26th, 2016, 4:11 pm

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It would seem that Da Wooofy has a really lousy set of R.O.E.s'...And there is going to be a real story behind him. Now, how this plays out really will depend just how much of an airhead that Ms. Brit is. This is where the ladies, and Prismo no doubt, are about to come into the picture Who else can get into the mix? News next time? WCJ

posted by THE COLONEL (Guest) on September 26th, 2016, 7:08 pm

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@Guest: Maybe he can. Ifrit, from my understanding, were supposed to be a bit less friendly than your average run-of-the-mill I-dream-of-Genie Genie. They tend to be more powerful, and more likely to twist their master's wishes into something bad. Ergo, the Leprechaun In Da Hood reference. Although I suppose Leprechaun 4: In Space might work too.

posted by Salen on September 27th, 2016, 10:10 am

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@Salen: Well, if we're going by strict Arabian folklore, djinni (plural: djinn) was just a catch-all term for any supernatural being's of a certain class of power. Ghouls were a kind of djinn, too. Standard djinn were djann. Ifrit were a more powerful class, who tended to be hostile towards mortals. Marid (blue djinn, kind of like the Disney character) were the most powerful of all in terms of magic and are usually what we think of when we think of the wish granting genies. There were two other kinds of beings that got called Djinn in classical mythology, too, but I can never remember what they were called because it's hard to find references to them (they are extremely obscure, even in the old folklore).

posted by Marshal Banana (Guest) on September 27th, 2016, 10:56 am

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@Marshal Banana: Eh, yeah, I can't say I have much better memory or knowledge myself. I spent all of my Lore points on specializing in US Military Aircraft of WW2, with a primary focus specialization in P-38 knowledge.

I can't tell you about djinn magic, but I can tell you about the 4 fuel tanks built into a P-38J. Yay useless trivia!

posted by Salen on September 27th, 2016, 11:05 am

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@Salen: Trivia is never useless. At worst, it's only "nearly useless."

posted by Marshal Banana (Guest) on September 27th, 2016, 11:16 am

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@Marshal Banana: I know. Like trying to get Gaijin to fix the P-38 Flight Model. I have all this info, but do they fix the plane? Nope. 2+ years. Yeah, "nearly useless".

posted by Salen on September 27th, 2016, 11:22 am

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I take that back. I think she just might be a complete airhead!

posted by THE COLONEL (Guest) on September 28th, 2016, 11:34 am

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