History Fridge / ElGoonishShive

23rd Oct '16 6:43:41 PM supremey
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* Right after [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=321 Susan hammers Tony for pushing Tedd]], Elliot asks, "Not that I'm complaining, but isn't the hammer only supposed to work if someone does something offensive towards a woman...?" A joke at the time, but [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=1896 knowing now that Tedd is genderfluid]]...

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* Right after [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=321 Susan hammers Tony for pushing Tedd]], Elliot asks, "Not that I'm complaining, but isn't the hammer only supposed to work if someone does something offensive towards a woman...?" A joke at the time, but [[spoiler:but knowing now that [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=1896 knowing now that Tedd is genderfluid]]...]]
23rd Oct '16 6:39:51 PM supremey
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* The comic and LGBT+. It's pretty nice, of course, considering the GenderBending that gets tossed around. For the LGB portion, we actually get a straight treatment of serious relationships, and a brilliant arc on bullying. Then we get to the T+ part, which is treated almost as a non-issue by the characters. If you pay attention, though, we get an even more in-depth look on what ''they'' go through. We have a character who identifies as "her" self, regardless of gender, a character who was bullied for being girly when he identifies as male (and may, with no relation to his appearance, be TG anyway), someone who seriously considered permanently transitioning for love(despite being cisgendered), and someone who was effectively transgendered from "birth." The whole thing, though, is '''never''' treated as a big deal. '''Unless they are forcibly transitioned.''' In its own roundabout way, after having many different expressions of transgenderism, the story finds its own unique way of saying that finding yourself the wrong gender is ''terrible'', and that nobody should have to go through it. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Thanks Tedd.]]

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* The comic and LGBT+. It's pretty nice, of course, considering the GenderBending that gets tossed around. For the LGB portion, we actually get a straight treatment wide variety of serious relationships, relationships and a sexualities, and brilliant arc arcs on bullying.bullying, coming out, being outed and self-discovery. Then we get to the T+ part, which is treated almost as a non-issue by the characters. If you pay attention, though, we get an even more in-depth look on what ''they'' go through. We have a character who identifies as "her" self, regardless of gender, a character who was bullied for being girly when he identifies as male (and may, with no relation [[spoiler:and is later revealed to his appearance, be TG anyway), someone who seriously considered permanently transitioning for love(despite being cisgendered), genderfluid]], and someone who was effectively transgendered from "birth." The whole thing, though, is '''never''' treated as a big deal. '''Unless they are forcibly transitioned.''' In its own roundabout way, after having many different expressions of transgenderism, the story finds its own unique way of saying that finding yourself the wrong gender is ''terrible'', and that nobody should have to go through it. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Thanks Tedd.]]
21st Oct '16 8:41:12 PM Discar
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* Nanase is royalty according to the griffons. Since her mother knows of magic and her aunt uses magic it is safe to assume that this comes from her mothers side. This mean Tedd could be a Lord.

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* Nanase is royalty according to the griffons. Since her mother knows of magic and her aunt uses magic magic, it is safe to assume that this comes from her mothers mother's side. This mean Tedd could be a Lord.



* Female Variant #5 lasts about a month if allowed to run its' course. What do you think of when you think "female" and "a month"...does Aunt Flo bring Uncle Richard and the boys back with her...?
** Actually no, Tedd explains that female transformations take extra time to produce eggs so "Aunt Flo" wont actually come for someone under Female Variant #5
3rd Sep '16 11:00:02 AM Discar
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* Diane has the potential to be an extremely powerful and threatening vampire hunter. When Nanase, worried for her safety after the vampire attack the griffin knights thwarted, asks her uncle if he can give her a bodyguard, he tells her he can't really do much and explains that it's not completely necessary anyway since most vampires wouldn't be able to tell she's not a threat and would therefore avoid her and anyone associated with her. However as Nanase points out, that means that the vampires that will go after her are the most intelligent, the strongest, the deadliest and the all-around best in the field that also have access to magic. [[NightmareFuel I think that's a "Yikes!" moment.]]

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* Diane has the potential to be an extremely powerful and threatening vampire hunter. When Nanase, worried for her safety after the vampire attack the griffin knights thwarted, asks her uncle if he can give her a bodyguard, he tells her he can't really do much and explains that it's not completely necessary anyway since most vampires wouldn't be able to tell she's not a threat and would therefore avoid her and anyone associated with her. However as Nanase points out, that means that the vampires that will go after her are the most intelligent, the strongest, the deadliest and the all-around best in the field that also have access to magic. [[NightmareFuel I think that's a "Yikes!" moment.]]
magic.
3rd Sep '16 10:41:39 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* Diane has the potential to be an extremely powerful and threatening vampire hunter. When Nanase, worried for her safety after the vampire attack the griffin knights thwarted, asks her uncle if he can give her a bodyguard, he tells her he can't really do much and explains that it's not completely necessary anyway since most vampires wouldn't be able to tell she's not a threat and would therefore avoid her and anyone associated with her. However as Nanase points, that means that the vampires that will go after her are the most intelligent, the strongest, the deadliest and the all-around best in the field that also have access to magic. [[NightmareFuel I think that's a "Yikes!" moment.]]

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* Diane has the potential to be an extremely powerful and threatening vampire hunter. When Nanase, worried for her safety after the vampire attack the griffin knights thwarted, asks her uncle if he can give her a bodyguard, he tells her he can't really do much and explains that it's not completely necessary anyway since most vampires wouldn't be able to tell she's not a threat and would therefore avoid her and anyone associated with her. However as Nanase points, points out, that means that the vampires that will go after her are the most intelligent, the strongest, the deadliest and the all-around best in the field that also have access to magic. [[NightmareFuel I think that's a "Yikes!" moment.]]
3rd Sep '16 10:41:09 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* Diane has the potential to be an extremely powerful and threatening vampire hunter. When Nanase, worried for her safety after the vampire attack the griffin knights thwarted, asks her uncle if he can give her a bodyguard. He tells her he can't really do much and explains that it's not completely necessary anyway since most vampires wouldn't be able to tell she's not a threat and would therefore avoid her and anyone associated with her. However as Nanase points, that means that the vampires that will go after her are the most intelligent, the strongest, the deadliest and the all-around best in the field that also have access to magic.

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* Diane has the potential to be an extremely powerful and threatening vampire hunter. When Nanase, worried for her safety after the vampire attack the griffin knights thwarted, asks her uncle if he can give her a bodyguard. He bodyguard, he tells her he can't really do much and explains that it's not completely necessary anyway since most vampires wouldn't be able to tell she's not a threat and would therefore avoid her and anyone associated with her. However as Nanase points, that means that the vampires that will go after her are the most intelligent, the strongest, the deadliest and the all-around best in the field that also have access to magic.
magic. [[NightmareFuel I think that's a "Yikes!" moment.]]
3rd Sep '16 10:02:06 AM poph
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* Nanase is royalty according to the griffons. Since her mother knows of magic and her aunt uses magic it is safe to assume that this comes from her mothers side. This mean Tedd could be a Lord.
3rd Sep '16 8:27:33 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* Diane has the potential to be an extremely powerful and threatening vampire hunter. When Nanase, worried for her safety after the vampire attack the griffin knights thwarted, asks her uncle if he can give her a bodyguard. He tells her he can't really do much and explains that it's not completely necessary anyway since most vampires wouldn't be able to tell she's not a threat and would therefore avoid her and anyone associated with her. However as Nanase points, that means that the vampires that will go after her are the most intelligent and all-around best in the field that also have access to magic.

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* Diane has the potential to be an extremely powerful and threatening vampire hunter. When Nanase, worried for her safety after the vampire attack the griffin knights thwarted, asks her uncle if he can give her a bodyguard. He tells her he can't really do much and explains that it's not completely necessary anyway since most vampires wouldn't be able to tell she's not a threat and would therefore avoid her and anyone associated with her. However as Nanase points, that means that the vampires that will go after her are the most intelligent intelligent, the strongest, the deadliest and the all-around best in the field that also have access to magic.
3rd Sep '16 8:26:47 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* Diane has the potential to be an extremely powerful and threatening vampire hunter. When Nanase, worried for her safety after the vampire attack the griffin knights thwarted, asks her uncle if he can give her a bodyguard. He tells her he can't really do much and explains that it's not completely necessary anyway since most vampires wouldn't be able to tell she's not a threat and would therefore avoid her and anyone associated with her. However as Nanase points, that means that the vampires that will go after her are the most intelligent and all-around best in the field that also have access to magic.
31st Aug '16 11:46:17 AM Qaianna
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* Susan mentions that she links 'Tiffany' to her father, which she isn't really on speaking terms with. But she was also raised to not hate him (her mother relied on teaching her AllMenArePerverts). And ... one of the last things her father says that we know of? [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=574 'Tiffany, listen to me. Your mother's coming home tomorrow, and you mustn't tell her of [him having another woman over].']] Well, if Tiffany can't speak, Susan can ...
* Grace [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=1090 at one point]] wonders if it's weird that while Tedd owns many skirts, she doesn't. Why would this be? The first time Grace goes shopping, it's with Sarah. And while Sarah isn't in RealWomenDontWearDresses territory as far as Susan, she's still likely influenced to some extent; Sarah has rarely gone for a skirt look herself, aside from the school uniform arc. It's likely that Elliot (as Cheerleadra and her disguises) and Greg (for cosplay) have worn them more often.
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