Wednesday, February 15, 2017

"Labelmaker."


So the Blame apparently has the magic computer voice, like the Magic Voice on MST3K, or more commonly as seen on Star Trek; or more currently Gideon on Legends of Tomorrow. I'm not sure about the Blame's voice yet, but she doesn't seem quite as helpful.

There is allegedly a rhyme and reason to the course and heading numbers on Star Trek, but in practice they're usually a random string of numbers, like the stardates at the start of an episode.

Nightcrawler's upper range of teleporting is supposed to be maybe three miles in a single shot, mmmmmaybe carrying two people in an emergency. There's a few ways he can cheat that, like going further with a bunch of short jumps instead of one big one; or in his last solo series by using Bamfs as anchors: he could follow anywhere they could 'port, and they could go anywhere. But in recent Marvel continuity he seems to be able to go wherever the plot needs him too...

3 comments:

Dale Bagwell said...

So "POIT"!? Why no BAMF? Rules are rules buddy;)

Awww, Pool's a hugger and Kurt's powers have been permanently boosted. Now that's as good an explanation for solving his previous limitations if there ever was one.

SallyP said...

Ooh... enhanced powers are always fun! nice to see Wade trying so hard to get Kurt back.

googum said...

The "POIT!" is Galactus sending Kurt back, not him teleporting himself--I am hardcore on the BAMF rule; it should be Nightcrawler-exclusive! And I'm just having some fun and plotwise, didn't plan on Kurt teleporting to earth or anything; because that sounds like a really dicey thing to try.