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Sid : N’est ce pas incroyable ? J’ai tellement entendu parler de la construction de cette ligne, je n’en revient pas de la voir en personne !

Sid : Le train est complétement imprégné, vous savez, comme le bracelet.
Harry : Ah oui ? et de quoi ?
Sid : Je ne suis pas sur en fait. Voyons..

Sid (utilisant la magie) : Lecta Phasmia

Sid : Ah ! d’impatience ! C’est malin ! Pas étonnant qu’il aille aussi vite !
Harry : Hé. Je n’avais jamais vu une lecture auparavant !

Sid : Vraiment ? vous devez pourtant voir beaucoup de magiciens avec un votre métier ?
Harry : Pas.. des normaux. C’est majoritairement le genre fou, et ils manquent de subtilité.

Harry : Vous voyez : normaux pendant des années, et d’un seul coup : oooh, j’invoque un esprit de colère parce que le chien du voisin s’est oublié dans mon jardin.
Des tarés, il ne font jamais les choses simplement.

Sid : Et bien je promet de ne pas devenir fou si vous ne promettez de ne plus m’arrêter.
Harry : hmm. Ça m’a l’air honnête.

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Webcomic Transcript AuthorsKate, KateWebcomic Transcript Languages

Sid : N’est ce pas incroyable ? J’ai tellement entendu parler de la construction de cette ligne, je n’en revient pas de la voir en personne !

Sid : Le train est complétement imprégné, vous savez, comme le bracelet.
Harry : Ah oui ? et de quoi ?
Sid : Je ne suis pas sur en fait. Voyons..

Sid (utilisant la magie) : Lecta Phasmia

Sid : Ah ! d’impatience ! C’est malin ! Pas étonnant qu’il aille aussi vite !
Harry : Hé. Je n’avais jamais vu une lecture auparavant !

Sid : Vraiment ? vous devez pourtant voir beaucoup de magiciens avec un votre métier ?
Harry : Pas.. des normaux. C’est majoritairement le genre fou, et ils manquent de subtilité.

Harry : Vous voyez : normaux pendant des années, et d’un seul coup : oooh, j’invoque un esprit de colère parce que le chien du voisin s’est oublié dans mon jardin.
Des tarés, il ne font jamais les choses simplement.

Sid : Et bien je promet de ne pas devenir fou si vous ne promettez de ne plus m’arrêter.
Harry : hmm. Ça m’a l’air honnête.

Submitted by Leo

Webcomic Transcript AuthorsKate, KateWebcomic Transcript Languages

58 Comments

Summoning an anger spirit because your neighbors dog won’t stay out of garden sounds perfectly reasonable to me!

Getting angry and putting up a tall, electrified fence because the neighbours’ dog keeps using your garden as its personal potty seems more reasonable to me. Or, if you’re a wizard with enough power to conjure spirits, why not a tall fence imbued with the essence of angry felines? >:)

Summoning an anger spirit because your neighbors dog won’t stay out of garden sounds perfectly reasonable to me!

Getting angry and putting up a tall, electrified fence because the neighbours’ dog keeps using your garden as its personal potty seems more reasonable to me. Or, if you’re a wizard with enough power to conjure spirits, why not a tall fence imbued with the essence of angry felines? >:)

So we have Greed, Impatience, and Anger magics. Kind of makes one wonder if there are magics based off of more, you know, positive feelings.

So we have Greed, Impatience, and Anger magics. Kind of makes one wonder if there are magics based off of more, you know, positive feelings.

Just making sure… Am I the only one who’s getting a ‘Murder on the Orient Express’-kind of vibe? ^^;

I would have said “The Great Train Robbery*” myself.

*Yes, that dreadful 1979 cinematic trainwreck *dodges thrown shoe* that starred Sean Connery and Micheal Caine. I’m convinced that the only reason that they made it was to cash in on the success of their previous co-starring turn, “The Man Who Would Be King”.

I have seen ‘the man who would be king’, and rather liked it. I seem to have either missed or forgotten about ‘the great train robbery’, though, so I’m not entitled to comment as to its quality or lack thereof. ^^

Just making sure… Am I the only one who’s getting a ‘Murder on the Orient Express’-kind of vibe? ^^;

I would have said “The Great Train Robbery*” myself.

*Yes, that dreadful 1979 cinematic trainwreck *dodges thrown shoe* that starred Sean Connery and Micheal Caine. I’m convinced that the only reason that they made it was to cash in on the success of their previous co-starring turn, “The Man Who Would Be King”.

I have seen ‘the man who would be king’, and rather liked it. I seem to have either missed or forgotten about ‘the great train robbery’, though, so I’m not entitled to comment as to its quality or lack thereof. ^^

i had a hard time getting into the new story at first, but a month vacation (for me) and catching up on updates and now i love it! sidney is hilariously upbeat and harry is so grouchy they’re just perfect together! now i’m excited to keep reading!

i had a hard time getting into the new story at first, but a month vacation (for me) and catching up on updates and now i love it! sidney is hilariously upbeat and harry is so grouchy they’re just perfect together! now i’m excited to keep reading!

They are so disgustingly cute sometimes. Or Malik is, anyway, and anyone around him can’t help but be drawn in. (…if he had glasses as well, he’d hit 100% on my Sekrit Fetish for tall, thin, slightly daft wizards with glasses. I blame Antryg Windrose.)

They are so disgustingly cute sometimes. Or Malik is, anyway, and anyone around him can’t help but be drawn in. (…if he had glasses as well, he’d hit 100% on my Sekrit Fetish for tall, thin, slightly daft wizards with glasses. I blame Antryg Windrose.)

Ooh! Words that look suspiciously like illuminated Latin scripts. MUST. INVESTIGATE.

My Latin is decidedly rusty. But with the help of my trusty dictionary I have deduced that “lecta” means “to select or pick out”, and “phasmia” means something along the lines of “ghost”. Soooo… either magic relies on spirits in this world, or it’s more of a metaphor, and he’s searching out the influences (the spirits) in the air.

Well! Now that I’ve successfully made myself look like an educated silly with a dictionary, I’m off. Lenaru away!

Ooh! Words that look suspiciously like illuminated Latin scripts. MUST. INVESTIGATE.

My Latin is decidedly rusty. But with the help of my trusty dictionary I have deduced that “lecta” means “to select or pick out”, and “phasmia” means something along the lines of “ghost”. Soooo… either magic relies on spirits in this world, or it’s more of a metaphor, and he’s searching out the influences (the spirits) in the air.

Well! Now that I’ve successfully made myself look like an educated silly with a dictionary, I’m off. Lenaru away!

… I sure hope the impatient train never leaves before schedule, just ’cause it gets antsy waiting around…

Amusingly, google keeps asking me to translate this page from French (likely on account of the French transcriot being duplicated).

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