The previous thread left us here:
Keaton wrote:strikinglyalert wrote:CheeseWhisper wrote:Also -- if Ron came through with the giant robot, then did he die in the dinosaur wars too? I wonder how that whole alternate timeline turned out.
Ron came through after the lone dinosaur scout was killed in this timeline (which prevented the dinosaur wars in this timeline). His appearance doesn't happen in the dinosaur wars timeline.
I still want to know why the Dinosaur Wars weren't radical enough to trigger the portal.
On that note, if King Radical traveled back in time to try and stop the dinosaur scout and arrived before Dr. McNinja failed would that mean that there's two King Radical's in this timeline now?dexeron wrote:I think good and evil are irrelevent to King Radical and his fellow Radicallandians. All that matters is whether something is radical, or not radical. Radical Evil, like King Rad, is fine. NotRadical Evil, like Sparkledancer, isn't.
Now I want to draw up a D&D alignment chart with Lawful and Chaotic replaced by "Radical" and "Not Radial". And figure out who fits where.
Because I'm awesome like that:
Just draw a straight line through three triangles starting from either Radical or Lame.
Draw a box on the corners (or a line through two) of two triangles if the other is neutral.
Put a dot in the center of one triangle if the other two are neutral.
Put a box in the center if you're True Neutral.
Dr. McNinja (Radical Lawful Good)
King Radical (Radical Chaotic Evil) -or- (Radical Chaotic Neutral)
I can't top that.