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The Wanderer
2012-06-18 00:03:00 
Nice way to reveal the Prince's power. Pity Gavin's not there to be on the receiving end.
Frith Ra
2012-06-18 00:42:10 
Ooh! I want the kid on MY team!
Carl Foxmarten
2012-06-18 00:54:06 
Oh crap, I was afraid of that. =><=
Tirith
2012-06-18 01:35:17 
This page is exceptionally cool. You just added a very interesting element in the perfect way. Great work!
PhycoKrusk
2012-06-18 02:07:00 
It's not the size of your fwoosh. It's how you use it. Namely, for good and the benefit of others. Or for melting faces for good and the benefit of others. I hope to see some of that, of course.
jarimor
2012-06-18 12:39:33 
Richard, what have we said about this...
Argent
2012-06-20 23:25:57 
Now remember: Richard would melt faces, but never for the good and benefit of others. Only for himself. That said, it also depends on the name in which you use your fwoosh, such as, "In the name of PONY I fwoosh you!"
-MMM-
2012-06-18 04:47:39 
Oboy! Swiss Army Prince! Good show. :D
HEX the Dark
2012-06-18 08:48:39 
Why do I have to think of this: http://neveryetmelted.com/wp-images/BunnySlippersPatch.jpg
-MMM-
2012-06-20 07:02:31 
LMAO! :D
Tigershark06
2012-06-18 10:26:08 
We were kind of expecting this weren't we? I mean the Queen we knew had the gift, and why wouldn't it be passed down to the prince? Love it!!
kitsunestudios
2012-06-18 13:18:49 
It was actually stated pretty explicitly in the comic where the Queen met Hunter in the hospital. She referred to her grandson as a magical time bomb. Frankly, I'm just glad he didn't go off in Gavin's face. Replacing a wing of Buckingham palace would probably be expensive. Oh, and war with the Fae. That too.
RandomGuy
2012-06-18 12:52:30 
He turned it into water?
AmigaDragon
2012-06-18 21:51:55 
I don't know about water, but he dissolved it back to whatever it was Gavin made it from.
PhycoKrusk
2012-06-19 03:50:34 
I see no reason why it can't be water. After all, Russians turn potatoes into vodka without the benefit of magic, so I see no reason why he can't turn magical chains into water. Or into vodka. College is going to be interesting.
McBob
2012-06-19 04:03:30 
T'is nothing but phlogisten, not water.
Ice-Fire
2012-06-18 16:59:52 
Faerie fire is amazing... I love watchin it burn through anything the caster wants :)
AmigaDragon
2012-06-18 21:59:20 
I wonder if Gavin sensed that bit of magic use, and if so, who he thinks is interfering with his fun.
e_voyager
2012-06-19 13:37:28 
and the prince shows he's got some control over his magic after all
Jeddar
2012-06-20 07:39:49 
*groan* I know the prince meant well in doing that, but now there goes the one piece of physical evidence of Gavin's tom-foolery. It is now down to word of mouth. Something that the fey will have on their side with half-truths, flowery misdirection and eloquence well beyond mortal comprehension.
PhycoKrusk
2012-06-20 10:42:47 
Not the *only* piece of physical evidence. If you check the previous page, you will see that Gavin's attempt to "move" Matthew left lots of physical evidence. In the form of a baseball-sized hole melted into the wall. Which also almost *certainly* would have broken the treaty, too, with or without drawing blood, if Max hadn't shoved him aside (at great risk to himself).
AmigaDragon
2012-06-20 14:24:20 
if the rule is no bloodshed, I see no real problem with shackles (magic or otherwise) being evident.
Solo Ion
2012-06-21 05:55:37 
I suppose that that means that there's nothing in the treaty about hanging someone from the nearest chandelier by their collar, or reversing gravity so that they spend the next week walking around on the ceiling.
The Scavenger
2012-06-21 09:48:23 
I have been listening to this song recently and can't help but think it works with certain recent events. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_ZDaQbH5Hk&feature=g-hist
ghostwhitehorse
2012-06-21 22:08:42 
Oh, bright yes!