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28th Apr 2014, 5:00 PM
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Epilogue 1: Still more to tell...
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Magravan edit delete
Well, here we go. The TOGM Epilogue that we've put off uploading for so long. Our current plan, I believe, is one per week, but as the majority of them aren't ready, I can't promise we'll keep that schedule.

I hope everyone took my advice to have a good forever, and we find you in good spirits.

When this is ready, we might look to print it as a means to gauge interest if the effort to get TOGM printable is worthwhile, so that's something to keep in mind, I suppose.
Skrael (I'm the artist) edit delete
Skrael (I'm the artist)
Fire bad.
User comments:
Peter Palmiotti edit delete reply
Peter Palmiotti
AWESOME, excited to see you give TOGM the sendoff it deserves!
Magravan edit delete reply
Hahaha, let's not get crazy now ;) It's just a 10ish page epilogue. There'll still be a bunch more that people will be disappointed we didn't cover :)
PhilC edit delete reply
Excellent -- welcome back! Love how you're framing this. I wonder who's the story teller and tellee?
Magravan edit delete reply
I would think that the storyteller should be fairly apparent by this point... At least.. as apparent as it ever was..
T. Gatto (Guest) edit delete reply
Welcome back!

I see the Phantom is looking dashingly handsome as usual... :)
Magravan edit delete reply
That fire really brings out the humanity in him :D
asheswillfall (Guest) edit delete reply
I'm excited to see the epilogue! :D That's interesting that they were triggered to self destruct at Robert's death. Now the question is why?
Magravan edit delete reply
To prevent them from being used against him. He threatened Phantom that if something happened to him, the TOGM supply would be at risk.

If he lost control of the TOGM factory and he was alive, well, he did have a bit of a personal supply, and after a brief period, he'd basically retake the factory from a bunch of One / Two equivilents. Then it's just a matter of putting things back together, and business as usual.

If he's dead, well, there's no point in helping your killers run your society...

Had Phantom not backed down, Robert would have convinced him to hold off a day to see what would happen. When they exploded, perhaps he'd be in a more compromising mood.

Chekhov bashing his head in exploited the flaw in the argument that he made. When you build your entire power base on a house of cards, it only takes one person who doesn't know or care to bring it all down on everyone's head.
Deducer1 edit delete reply
Robert might be laughing..
Magravan edit delete reply
If little bits of his brain goo wasn't scattered all across the floor, definitely.
moizmad edit delete reply
Magravan edit delete reply
They are still very much lacking in that department :D