28312[Girl Genius] Re: Possible Spoilers
- Feb 25, 2006--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Blade" <elbereth@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, John Reiher <kedamono@a...>
> > Maybe Barry or Bill slipped her a mickey... OK, a shot ofJaegerbrau
> > is more than a mickey, more like a Donald Duck...other
> ROTFLMFAO! As long as as you're not calling it a Goofy ...
> > What better way to change her loyalties?
> Hokay, we now have some possible reasons for the defection of a
> 1. She came to her senses; she saw the validity of opposing her
> Mistress (a possible first Jenka Theory)
> 2. She was slipped a Donald of Jägerbrau and "taken over" (the
> Jenka Theory)Theory)
> 3. She fell in love with someone on the other side (the Gil's Mum
> 4. She was injured and reconstructed -- with or without intentionalshe
> loyalty alteration? (The Von Pinn Theory -- may relate to #1.)
> What other possibilities are there ...? Let's see now ... Maybe
> was always and still is a loyal, non-defected Geisterdame? Towhit:the
> 5. She thought she was doing the right thing for her Mistress at
> time, but either it turned out differently than she expected, or sheleetle
> repented of it at leisure.
> 6. Whatever happened was an accident. Hoo-boy, ve knowz how a
> exzident ken heppen, hey boyz und gorlz?of
> 7. Something unforeseen happened, and the gate plus papers were
> collateral damage to salvaging what she could, and making the best
> a bad situation.riding
> What other possibilities have I missed?
> Any of these last three, and I could see it perhaps being Vrin.
> The idea that Jenka might have once been a Geisterdame is ...
> intriguing. It might even work, if she's a Jägerised Geisterdame --
> which woulmight explain Jenka's face-wrap and her affinity for
> on/bonding with an animal <waves at Füst>. Perhaps de Boyz haveThere was one I posted a while back: If it was Von Pinn (assuming
> direct experience with Geisterdamen after all ...?
> Blade @;7
she IS a former Geisterdamen etc etc), she might have balked at a
plan that effectively involved killing a child (in this case, Agatha.)
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