Comic 212 - The Song Of Time

22nd Apr 2011, 8:24 PM in Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey
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The Song Of Time

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Author Notes:

Unfortunately, it appears that my main system's graphics card has died. Fortunately, it should be covered by warranty. Unfortunately, that means I won't have access to my main system for a period of time. Fortunately, I have a buffer of comics. Unfortunately, it is not an infinitely long buffer. There may therefore be lacking updates at some potentially fairly soon point.


22nd Apr 2011, 10:51 PM
Huh, why don't I remember the events of panels 2-4 here? Was I given the memory wipe by accident?

23rd Apr 2011, 12:37 AM
The One Guy: I can only assume so. Panel 2 is from comic 183:2, Panel 3 is from 184:4, and panel 4 is from 185:6. The archives match up, and my chronometer* hasn't detected any wikihistory stuff going on. Plus, I remember that part perfectly well.

*A chronometer is a stopwatch.



Jane: It was now time to deal with our past!selves. We picked them up and jumped back in time.
Fred: It would be great if we could think of something funny to say in this panel.
Jane: Yeah, it really would.

Jane: Our destination: TV Tropes Wiki.
Bob: Wait, seriously?
Fred: That must have been hard to draw.
Jane: No, it was the past!TV Tropes Wiki.
Fred: Oh, fair enough.

Jane: Trope-tan switched around her past!selves as necessary, but not before stealing Chekhov's Gun from her past!self.
Fred: I had wondered why she wasn't carrying it before.

Jane: Then we dropped off my past!selves. Unfortunately, Trope-tan didn't get a chance to wipe my memories properly. I'm not sure why I don't remember the events nonetheless.
Bob: Wait, why didn't you get memory wipes?
Jane: I can't remember that either. Duh.

Jane: The next thing I *do* remember is arriving back in the present and meeting up with Fred.
Fred: Oh, I think I remember this bit too.
We went to look at where the plot holes used to be, right?
Jane: Precisely.

Jane: When we got there, we found Bob. Apparently he'd been there for over fifty comics.
Bob: I still hate you all for that.
Jane: We realised that the Colour Drops, and specifically their saturation burst, could coalesce narrativium hoops and thereby stabilise plot holes.

Jane: To make sure it'd work properly, we did some science first.
We found that the Ocarina of Time was necessary, but fortunately Trope-tan had it.
Fred: I'm still not sure I buy that excuse for possession of a unique artefact, guarded by the royal family of Hyrule.

Jane: The Ocarina dragged the plot holes around in time, landing us with one really big plot hole in the present.
We went through that plot hole and ended up here at the Party.
Fred: The Author turned into Tsuruya-san for… some reason or another.
Jane: Because he's a disturbed anime-obsessed freak.
Fred: Ah, of course.


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