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They stuff her into a mermaid costume/clank, she talks to the Great Cetecean, and because she's Special and Trustworthy, it reveals some stunning bit of info that it's never shared with any surface-dweller. Maybe that the G Cs are second-stage Sparky whales, and it tells how that process actually works, thus uncovering Something Nasty about the source of Albia's power (AKA this "Garden" of hers..)
Yeah, I almost listed that possibility. There will be some Big Revelation.
Edited by Geoduck on Jan 29th 2020 at 5:08:13 AM
Given that Albia was concerned with protecting them, or at least with the harm Dr. Vapnoople nearly inflicted on them, it seems more likely the will have a clew about the sinking of England. The Other is involved, you may be sure.
Not sure Agatha would fit into a Seashell Bra
Edited by 3of4 on Jan 29th 2020 at 12:42:39 PM
Clamshells are still seashells... <shrugs>
"Better than I dared hope."
Starfish, on the other hand, are limited in size . . .
Edited by AnotherBear on Jan 29th 2020 at 2:48:27 AM
Yes, but given that limit is beyond one meter (in the case of the sunflower sea star), I think something can be arranged.
But star fish have all these little suckery feet. Would Agatha really want them attached to her 'prominent features'?
That just means they won't fall off.
I shudder to think what a fashion Spark like Tarvek would make of this challenge. And I wonder if Trelawney might rise to the challenge and prove herself to him.
Also, it doesn't have to be a biological starfish, even if they're specifically trying to match the statue. Mechanical or sculpted equivalents would probably be fine.
I bet Zeetha would love to play Agatha for this masquerade. And Zeetha is far more ... callipygian ... than Agatha
Edited by GreybeardFan on Jan 30th 2020 at 1:11:06 PM
Comic for Friday, January 31, 2020
They're cousins! Identical cousins and you'll find...
With four Sparks working on this, (Four and a half, I guess, if Rakethorn helps as well..) they can throw together a costume which genuinely disguises her.
I don't think that'll be a problem. I'm guessing all dryfins look alike to them
I'm looking forward to hearing more about this feud - we already know Albia's version - Vapnoodle "awoke the Great Cetaceans, enslaved them, warped them, turned them against us", but that doesn't seem to be the full story - sure, the Cetaceans are angry at Vapnoodle too, but they also seem mad at Albia, maybe she was the one who put them to sleep in the first place, and Dimitri freed them from Albia's grasp, made them more powerful - for his own ends, sure, but they still prefered being free and powerful, to Albia's chagrin?
Hmm, that sounds very likely. She also likely to have killed a bunch of them during the war, and that is a grudge by itself too.
I wonder what's happening in the background. Any guesses?
Dimo: The Great Cetacean thinks that Agatha is a mermaid. You Sparks need to build a costume for her ASAP.
Sparks: LOL, funny joke, Dimo.
Dimo: No, I'm serious, the giant grumpy hyper-whale that just swallowed all of us thinks that Agatha is a mermaid.
Sparks: Mass "Oh, Crap!"
Sparks: We can build a tail by combining the sub's main fleegle-shaft... with the snarkwave-scanner diodes... and the sheets off the bunks!
Sparks: [Run off to do that.]
Dimo: Excellent. No longer my problem.
Edited by Geoduck on Feb 1st 2020 at 7:14:29 AM
Yeah, that's probably just about spot on.
Just for the Monday.
Not far off but I expect Trelawney and Tarvek to discuss on the whole Seashell Bra versus other options... after all Agatha is an Autumn, not a Summer.
the flu must have been a bugger. Wednesday got ferhoodled. 
"I understand that ... Post"
Note: It's actually spelled La Femme Aquatique.
@Medinoc: I'm choosing to believe that it is spelled correctly and that the last panel is just cutting it off.
That said, with those four Sparks working on it already, I'm sure they'll have a solution even before Agatha comes along to improve it. Of course, there's the non-zero chance that's exactly what Rakethorne is afraid of.
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