Re: [narbonic] Re: EVIL!!
- xineymarie wrote:
> hmm... what heritage would the name "madblood" imply?English. Both words come from Old English.
Those Continental manners seemed fake all along.
> how would one say "madblood" in italian?French: sangfou
Ed Wells, anticrastinator
> Well, since you asked, I'm going to make my standard comment on thisI really think assuming that it's lycanthropic/vampiric is a bit of
> subject. Madblood sounds at least therianthropic, and with a first name
> Lupin, I'd declare it to be a lycanthropic form of the disease. Add to
> this the fact that Helen's mom died on a stake, and that mad science is
> "In [her] blood"--- now /that/ sounds transylvanian and vampyric.
a stretch, considering. I just read "Madblood" as meaning that the art
of mad science was a family thing -- that the name was earned by
some ancestor with a similar talent for constructs and evil cackling.
Combined with Helen's mother's reputation, maybe this means that
mad science is actually an inherited occupation, like royalty?
And does this mean that Dave's parents were similarly geeky? And what
Maybe some things just weren't meant for man to know...
"Hold it -- wait a minute / I can't read
my writing, My own writing! / like tiny insects
in the palm of history..." - Thomas Dolby
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