History Recap / AsterixAndTheSoothsayer

20th Mar '16 3:41:28 PM Psyclone
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* KarmaHoudini: In the end, Prolix gets away, without a scratch, free to take advantage of some others gullible Gauls sooner or later. He does seem to have been a bit humbled by the experience, however.

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* KarmaHoudini: In the end, Prolix gets away, without a scratch, free to take advantage of some others gullible Gauls sooner or later. He scratch. However he does seem to have been a bit humbled by the experience, however.experience and it's ambiguous on whether he will go back to his scammer ways.
20th Mar '16 3:39:42 PM Psyclone
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* KarmaHoudini: In the end, Prolix gets away, without a scratch, free to take advantage of some others gullible Gauls sooner or later.

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* KarmaHoudini: In the end, Prolix gets away, without a scratch, free to take advantage of some others gullible Gauls sooner or later. He does seem to have been a bit humbled by the experience, however.
18th Dec '15 12:15:20 AM Maniago
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* NoSell: Unhygienix is the only one unaffected by Gatafix' foul-smelling mixture of gasses, because, considering his profession, he is used to such bad odors.
2nd Jun '15 5:25:47 PM Bissek
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* SpringtimeForHitler: Prolix tries to prove that he is a fake by making a prediction on the outcome of a dice roll. He predicts a combined roll of VII, and believes that as he always loses at gambling, he should be safe in making an inaccurate prediction. However, the dice land on V and II, which add up to VII, so Arteriosclerosus orders his arrest. Of course, it was not a good choice, because seven is the most common result of rolling two six-sided dice.

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* SpringtimeForHitler: Prolix tries to prove that he is a fake by making a prediction on the outcome of a dice roll. He predicts a combined roll of VII, and believes that as he always loses at gambling, he should be safe in making an inaccurate prediction. However, the dice land on V and II, which add up to VII, so Arteriosclerosus orders his arrest. Of course, it was not a good choice, because seven is tied with six as the most common result of rolling two six-sided dice.
12th Nov '14 8:19:44 AM Milarqui
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* SpringtimeForHitler: Prolix tries to prove that he is a fake by making a prediction on the outcome of a dice roll. He predicts a combined roll of VII, and believes that as he always loses at gambling, he should be safe in making an inaccurate prediction. However, the dice land on V and II, which add up to VII, so Arteriosclerosus orders his arrest.

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* SpringtimeForHitler: Prolix tries to prove that he is a fake by making a prediction on the outcome of a dice roll. He predicts a combined roll of VII, and believes that as he always loses at gambling, he should be safe in making an inaccurate prediction. However, the dice land on V and II, which add up to VII, so Arteriosclerosus orders his arrest. Of course, it was not a good choice, because seven is the most common result of rolling two six-sided dice.
28th Oct '14 4:30:56 PM Manawyddan
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* KarmaHoudini: In the end, Prolix gets away, without a scratch, free to take advantage of some others gullible Gauls sooner or later.
4th Jul '14 8:32:58 AM Chabal2
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* SherlockScan: Subverted, since everything the seer predicts is blatantly obvious. When the Optio is reminded of where he used to live due to the hideous odor now floating over the village, Prolix innocently asks if he used to live near a tannery (as Prolix did), which causes the optio to try to arrest him for being a real seer.
8th Mar '14 5:29:16 AM Ropos
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* DeusExitMachina: Getafix isn't present for the first half of the book because if he was, the plot couldn't unfold the way it does (with Asterix as the OnlySaneMan).
6th Feb '14 12:03:31 AM mlsmithca
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* {{Homage}}: The scene of Prolix "reading" the fish is drawn to resemble the 1632 painting ''The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp'' by Dutch artist Rembrandt van Rijn, with the fish taking the place of the cadaver in the original painting.
5th Feb '14 3:14:54 PM mlsmithca
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* NoNameGiven: Despite being a prominent character in the story starting with Prolix' arrest, Artierosclerosus' rather dim-witted Optio is never addressed by name.
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