892. Empire 10: Jix's Kit (With Ask Remula 64)

25th Feb 2013, 3:14 PM in Empire
892. Empire 10: Jix's Kit (With Ask Remula 64)
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Dyonus 25th Feb 2013, 3:14 PM edit delete
Too soon?

Okay...whoever did this, you're awesome! I've posted in a couple of tropes here and there that matched my comics, but I've never made a TV Tropes page for any of them.

And there's several on there that I wouldn't have thought of myself, but makes total sense. (Except I didn't realize the "Prelude to Jix" was a somber story arc.)

Again, thank you!
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dzamie 25th Feb 2013, 6:06 PM edit delete reply
I've been thinking of writing a page for Dragon City, but I don't know the tropes well enough. I'd have to go on a spree through the Troping Index, which would cause me to lose a few weeks to my tabs.
Dyonus 25th Feb 2013, 6:09 PM edit delete reply
Yeah, the reason I never made a page was mostly because I never really sought out specific tropes for my comics. I'd run across one that fit and dropped a reference to them in that. I think it'd be a bit difficult the other way around.
dzamie 25th Feb 2013, 8:53 PM edit delete reply
I currently have 30+ tabs open in another window, all TVTropes.
They are only from the Main Trope Index; each is, itself, an index or superindex of Tropes.
Andore Mordre 26th Feb 2013, 1:50 AM edit delete reply
Andore Mordre
Man, she must think motherhood is terrifying.

I mean, it probably is, but...geez.
Otho Fernandes Damasceno 10th Apr 2013, 10:33 PM edit delete reply
I was the one how put the "Somber" in the Cerebus Syndrome of the article, but to be fair, i wouldn't know about Jix or Dragon City if was not for TV Tropes!
Vadelent 8th Feb 2014, 7:27 PM edit delete reply
I said this a few hundred pages back but it needs restating. Best way to get rid of him permanently is to not kill him. You do this by tossing him into something small that he cant activate his savage mode yet strong enough to resist his weapons and armor so that he cannot escape. Then you put a seriously thick layer of the most near indestructible substance you can find over it in a solid layer and then you get rid of it. He doesn't die, he never escapes, and his healing factor prevents him from killing himself.
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