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Mal: Mmph.
Barber: I wouldn’t be so bloody bashful, it’s the only thing keeping you around.

Mal: That’s easy for you to say, ye don’t have t’ live with it!
It doesn’t turn off, ye know!

Mal: Seeing what everyone’s feeling.. All the bleedin’ spirits.. They don’t like you for it.

Mal: Pffh. Anyway..
What’re you after?
Barber: Just.. tell me what you’re doing in Widdershins, O’Malley.

Mal: Wasn’t my fault, I didn’t even want t’ be back in England again!

Mal: It was Wolfe, he wanted to see it.
By train, if ye’d believe.

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  • Pegasus

    So does this take place before or after the last arc?

    • Beldam

       It would be after. The train ride he talks about sharing with Wolfe is almost certainly the same one on which our heroes ran into him.

  • Pegasus

    So does this take place before or after the last arc?

    • Beldam

       It would be after. The train ride he talks about sharing with Wolfe is almost certainly the same one on which our heroes ran into him.

  • Theradicalraven

    I wonder what spirit he sees coming out of Wolfe…

  • Theradicalraven

    I wonder what spirit he sees coming out of Wolfe…

  • rlb

    Interestingly, Wolfe is [i]not[/i] the German spelling of that name. German would be Wulf. Wolfe is English – or, particularly and even more interestingly, English-Irish… Heinie isn’t telling everything, I feel.

    • Ilmari

      This is true, but it is still close to the german word for “wolf” (also spelled wolf, and with wölfe as plural). I’ve seen it used as a german “surname” in fiction before, even if it’s not strictly accurate.

  • Lawless

    Wait… Thats the guy on the train who could sense wizards… Wasn’t his name Mal then?

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