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1-23-2011 @ 8:46PM
I have to say, being a Titan sounds quite a bit more boring than I had initially thought. All serious about order and cleanliness, but then willing to completely gut their 'creations' (or more arguably their meddling in natural affairs of the universe) like a failed Goblin experiment that didn't completely explode the first time.And what's up with this scheduling nonsense? Are their ledgers oh-so-busy full that they can't take out a Monday afternoon to drop in and chat with their creations? They just send some jerk Watcher to do their job while they catch up on reruns?"Hey, another planet just sent a distress signal, some bad shizzle is going down. What should we do?""Meh, send Algalon to go see if it needs destroying.""He was already sent to that disastrous rock Azeroth. Fredgalon or Billgalon could go, though."Selfish bastards. I'm going to file a complaint.
1-23-2011 @ 9:32PM
You never know. Maybe Algalon did something really bad, and his punishment is to be the poor fool who gets sent every damn time a Prime Designate gets paranoid, presses the wrong button, or off and dies.Just imagine it: constantly traveling, never being able to hold down a family, getting your ass handed to you by a bunch of tiny people, tiny people who don't even GLOW, for pete's sake! And all because once- just once! -you decided to see what would happen if you made an earthen bunny from the parts from the "LETHALLY BUGGED PARTS" bin. So what if the thing killed four people? Most of the people it didn't kill can walk now!Or at least make small gestures for more Titan-tapioca (Now with 30% less earth!).
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