The secret to surviving time travel? Plenty of closet space.
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Any chance of the Magical Closet becoming as popular an item as the Mead Helmet?
YES! I finally got my growth spurt!
Oh God, Too Adorable.
I bet that this is all acording to Hod or Loki’s plan
I love the way the desk is just hanging off him – the new must -have accessory… to keep your stuff in… while jogging… And, unlike the boys, Sif definately approves!
I wish I had Azrael’s closet. . . .
hahha… YES I finally got my growth spurt
the only thing I’m curious about is… it seems their bodies changed but not their minds… how’d that happen? both Odin’s should be remarking on the change of place, if not time…. shouldn’t they?
you mean thor not odin?
Besides, it doesn’t look like Odineye has changed much over time (I think he might be taller though), so I don’t think he would notice any body change.
I bet the two cyborg elves in fact ARE thier present selves in that time. That means that they never really perished, so they are in fact contaminating the time stream, or something.
I still wonder why the other 100 died, maybe because they were time ripped from the moment they went through the dimensional portal and were ripped apart since they were halfway through. The other possibility is your classic time paradox, if you were taken from the past, would your future selves be there, and if your past selves were taken from their time, would you exist, and therefore since you don’t exist, they exist, then if you didn;t exist in the past…. Confusing huh? well that’s a time paradox for you. So, the ones that died were taken from an alternate timeline where they did die, thus preserving that timeline. but somehow this time, the time ripper locked onto the past versions of the present ones which had ducked into a dimensional closet and survived.
“Little Sif” is loving Thor’s growth spurt. You can just see her thinking “Oh Baby!!!”
@smjjames: if the time ripper actually worked as advertised, then it would be ripping a person from time at the moment of their death. This should be pretty safe timeline-wise since that person’s contributions to the past timeline – by definition – ends with their death. After death, one’s primary contribution to the future is a body, or ashes, or dust as it apparently was (until now) for our lady adventurer elves — so apart from a number of disappointed worms and the loss of a few gallons of water and a few pounds of carbon, nitrogen, calcium, and assorted minerals from the ecosystem, it should be pretty “safe”. Seems Odineye has a couple more design flaws to work out — oh well, as all engineers learn, if everything works right the first time, you’ve obviously overlooked something.
And why didnt’ they already know all this? I mean, hello, if they died, how did they get the cyborg pair? Why didn’t they tell the Aesir what was up?
@Wynni – I’d answer your questions, but the answers might give away too much of the story.
Not even for me birthday? (i’m 34 now, 31st was it, was busy celebrating, ehheeh)
oops… yea… I meant Thor *smacks forhead* ;-)~
“The secret to surviving time travel? Plenty of closet space.”
Yep, just look at the size of the TARDIS closet
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