Libra wrote:Doubtless "Mad Science and when to leave it alone 101" has become an extremely popular class .
Ethics is taught by Cynthia Van Helsing, who wields a mallet...
libra wrote:Not to mention the worst ones, who kept the bright ideas but not the Aeon Morality - not even a wonky version thereof. One MUST remember Nekros, of course, since if we don't he'll probably Kane us for insolence. . .
The Aeon Knights Code is the following:
* I shall use science for the benefit of mankind.
* I shall seek to promote the cause of science whenever possible.
* I shall recognize science does not preclude emotion, morality, religion, freedom, or imagination.
* I shall not try and take over the world (unless it is absolutely necessary)
* I shall defend those weaker than myself.
* I shall not experiment on people without their permission.
* I will take responsibility for any sentient organisms I may or may not create.
* I will not attempt to deliberately cause temporal paradoxes or risk universe destroying events.
And so on...
Libra wrote:To this day Infamy has yet to decide whether Grampa Vice was more of a Scarface or a Corleone - he has therefore been persuaded by Penny to go back in time and try to make Al Pacino star in a biography.
Honestly, Vice's career is more like an American Guy Richie film.
Which I suppose is mostly a Quentin Tarantino film.
Libra wrote:Out of curiosity Charles, just how do you characterise The Hierophant? I'm flattered that you and others have continued to use a character born out of brief blurb, so I am also interested in how your mental picture of him may differ from my own.
I see him as sort of the Khelban/Ebenezer McCoy/Vincent Price to Merlin's Elminster/David Tennant's Doctor/Dumbledore. Hierophant is more or less Doctor Strange with a solid LN alignment whenever the world's crazy elements are needed to be protected.
Privatel, he's a bit of an oddball flake who is not TOO exaggerated if you compared him to Doctor Orpheus.
[quote=Libra]Amusingly Professor PB seems to have modelled his speaking voice on that of Penny's Dad, at least when he's able to speak REAL English, as opposed to 'Talking Dog trying to avoid a witch-hunter mob' English.
There's nothing like a cartoonish speaking voice to let you get away with being a Talking Dog![/quote]