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Fridge: Digger

Fridge Brilliance:

  • Shadowchild came from the corpse of a white bird. What form does He-Is sometimes take, again? A white kingfisher? Just a little something to think about, a possible parallel or connection between Shadowchild and Sweetgrass-Voice.
  • Read the last panel here — the skin lizards say that, when people die, their hearts became kingfishers. And when Ed dies, a kingfisher appears out of nowhere...it's probably He-Is, but it is also possible that it could be Ed. That would add multiple new layers of Tear Jerker to Digger's terse treatment of it if true, though...
  • Descending Helix's writing on the shackles of He-Is turn out to be a lament that he ever got involved in something involving gods, fate, and magic. His legacy is that wombats are forever immune to fate. Wanna bet Helix was stuck helping He-Is because of a prophecy?
  • The hyena creation story is like Adam and Eve, right? (The archetypal man and woman are all peaceful and happy until one of them goes and screws it up.) Well, imagine how that influenced hyena culture. Because it was He-Is' fault that the battle started, it was his fault that She-Is miscarried her cub, and the two genders became unequal. Just like in real life, a society's mythology justifies their prejudices.

Fridge Logic:

  • Where does all that dirt go?
    • In-universe as well: Digger is as surprised by this as we are.

Fridge Horror:

  • It's strongly implied that Sweetgrass-Voice managed to Show up at the monastery by stretching himself thin, the same way shadowchild does. It's also implied that the monastery is hundreds, if not thousands, of miles away from Sweetgrass-Voice's resting place. Think for a moment on how utterly massive Sweetgrass-Voice has to be in order to stretch that far and still retain a perfectly coherent form.
    • The 'stretching' is implied to be more of a metaphysical than physical maneuver. Sweetgrass-Voice says "But now you have come here, where reaching is easier" when they are at the monastery. The barriers between worlds are weak enough that Descending-Helix can manifest, and weak enough that Sweetgrass-Voice can 'stretch' himself there much easier.

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