Old school really is the best school…
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So! Looks like Teen Spooky is done LARPing and is ready to use a little something he learned from his time abroad. In Hell.
Will it be enough to finally put these demons in their place?
Tune in this Wednesday to find out! Hope to see you there! 😀
Ooo… nice substitution cipher.
The first panel is difficult to read at this scale (“angels of light and ####”), but it looks like the second panel has their names: “Abdiel, Gabriel, Mich(a)el”
And the last panel reads “bind this evil!”
Ah… “ANGELS OF LIGHT AND void” with a case shift. Sneaky.
(I do wonder why Spooky is using the “Ancient Astronaut Alien” alphabet… what does that have to say about hell? )
Spooks looks PO’ed! ouch time for the critters? We can only hope.
I forgot that you spoke Ancient Astronaut, Nate. Where did you learn it?
Oh, and it says something very interesting about Hell. Perhaps we’ll learn more about that. Or, at least, Cory will…
Precursor Pre-K. :
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