Cinder Isle Page 545

By | May 26, 2020

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foxxlover
1 month ago

What is the Awakening timeline?
Cinder Isle seems to be in the 1990s but Awakening according to Godmother Page 1 is around 2020.

coredumperror
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Reply to  foxxlover
1 month ago

Isn’t there a date callout in one of the later episodes, saying it’s taking place in late 2018?

foxxlover
Reply to  coredumperror
1 month ago

that still doesn’t answer how Cinder Isle 1997 incidents happen before the Awakening 2018 episodes in the timeline. Did Alister’s statue broke into pieces due to something in Awakening or due to the pressure built up within the Vault due to the growing number of curses? I’m not able to make a connection between CI and Awakening, really.

Paul Sell
Reply to  foxxlover
1 month ago

Sylvana is not freed from her prison until late 2018. Since we learn that she was imprisoned in 1456 from “The King’s Heirs,” there is no way that she’s responsible for anything that’s happening in “Cinder Isle.” She would still be locked up in 1997, so none of the events from “Awakening” had happened in “Cinder Isle” yet.

Someone or something did this to Alistair, but it wasn’t Sylvana or anything related to “Awakening.”

Chromer
1 month ago

Now how will Gavin and Sandra cover this up from their “moms”? Also will Wanda finally tell her son about the illegitimate child she had with Dyana? I predict at the festival Gavin or Sandra will run into Chase and Clarissa.

XENOangelina82
1 month ago

hey, my birthday!! , i was 15 years 🙂

MtnMan
Reply to  XENOangelina82
1 month ago

And still a boy then?

XENOangelina82
Reply to  MtnMan
1 month ago

yes yes.

MtnMan
1 month ago

I just checked the first page, yeah, last year on Cinder Isle was 1996. I thought it started a year later.

1997, that’s when I bought my Pentium Pro 200 MHZ desktop.

MtnMan
1 month ago

Archimedes just popped into my head. You weigh the shards to get their mass. You find how much water they displace to find out the size. Put the two measurements together and you get the density of the object. It should match the density of Sapphire. Archimedes had to figure out if a crown maker had substituted hidden lead for gold in a crown. The crown of course weighed the same as the gold given to make it. He figured out this density business in the bath. He then ran around Syracuse, Sicily in his bath towel shouting “Eureka!” Lead… Read more »

zeldasamus3807
1 month ago

Hmm, Millennium Puzzle?

honeyblonde
1 month ago

will the shards turn Gavin into a girl like they did in fractured?

Victinho
Reply to  honeyblonde
1 month ago

Would be interesting to see girl Gavin before The end.

ARTHK
1 month ago

2020 shards? I see what you did there! Nice touch!

JD Washington
1 month ago

Ok seriously though, I wonder how Gavin did a water displacement test in his home. Don’t you need a graduated cylinder or something for that? Maybe Gavin borrowed from the school, if that’s even allowed. I wouldn’t put it past him to actually own one, though. 2,020 shards, though. *shudders* Cursed number. So the shards here are bigger than the ones at Fractured, if that’s the case. Well, in Fractured, Alistair got blown up by a DSC drone, aside from being shattered by Blake. It makes sense that there are smaller and more shards there than here in Cinder Isle,… Read more »

Nuala
Reply to  JD Washington
1 month ago

You do not need a graduated cylinder for a water displacement test, though it’s possible Gavin had one. Fill an open container like a bucket to the brim with water. Get a larger container you can put the first one in and weigh it, on a bathroom scale for example. Put the water-filled container in the larger container. Dump the shards in the water-filled container. Remove the container with the crystals and weigh the larger one again. The difference in weight is the weight of the water displaced since it all should overflow the smaller container. It’s easy to convert… Read more »

JD Washington
Reply to  Nuala
1 month ago

Ooh, that’s nice. That seems to be a better approach for large items, especially since water has a easy-to-remember density of about 1 g/cm^3. Though, I still think he used a graduated cylinder, since it’s kind of hard to reach a precision up to the tens place on a weighing scale (unless it’s digital, which I doubt since the story’s set in 1997).

MtnMan
Reply to  JD Washington
1 month ago

For shame JD! He could get an accurate and fairly precise measurement any number of ways! I believe digital scales were around in 1998, but don’t confuse accuracy and precision. Digital scales can be accurate but not very precise. (My engineering training is showing up, pardon me. 8-))

JD Washington
Reply to  MtnMan
1 month ago

Well, I apologize for saying that digital scales are precise, but my point still stands that graduated cylinders are more precise than weighing scales in terms of measuring the volume of the shards.

MtnMan
Reply to  JD Washington
1 month ago

It’s not that they are more precise, it’s simply that you are measuring volume directly with the graduated cylinders. The weight (mass) measurement requires you to do the (by definition 1 to 1 grams to ccs) conversion from mass into volume with water. If he’d had to use the alcohol density conversion, it wouldn’t look as direct.

MtnMan
Reply to  MtnMan
1 month ago

Damn it! We’re making the CI comment section look like r/science on reddit!

TheSpiritingPoet
1 month ago

Metric System Country Gang rise up

Enemyoffun
1 month ago

I’m guessing he’ll tell Sandra’s new Mom—her new name escapes me at the moment—that someone broke a vase and he’s trying to piece it back together for them.

MtnMan
1 month ago

Just think, all those Hot Women are former men! Gavin: “Um Sandra don’t get so close to me!” Sandra: “Why Gavy, am I too distracting?”

kenwin07
1 month ago

Maybe Gavin won’t be at the festival because he has to work on the “science project” and don’t get infected by the bullies’ idiocy

MtnMan
Reply to  kenwin07
1 month ago

That just might make him the last Cinder Isle man standing! I figure Bridget will have a girlfriend after Frank goofs and gets transformed at the be all end all (males) party!

JD Washington
1 month ago

“Because the metric system is vastly superior”

Thank you Gavin, someone finally said it! Imperial system can %&#* my metric *#%$!

MtnMan
Reply to  JD Washington
1 month ago

Sure is easier to use! Some Imperial values didn’t agree from country to country. Canadian Imperial gallons worked out to 1.25 US Gallons or 5 US pints instead of 4.

djnono17
Reply to  MtnMan
1 month ago

Also stupid are the times the US actually uses metric-based measurements but screws it up (US Ton/short ton are actually not the same as a Ton in the rest of the world (1000Kg)

MtnMan
Reply to  djnono17
1 month ago

Imperial ton came first! A ton is 2000 pounds, a metric ton is 2200 pounds.

JD Washington
Reply to  MtnMan
1 month ago

Hell f***ing no! That’s some cursed shit right there. At least metric system is actually systematic, which is what I can’t say about Imperial.

IronmanMK265
1 month ago

quick say it’s a school project or a puzzle game. plus Wanda needs to tell Gavin and Sandra they’re having a little half-sibling

MtnMan
Reply to  IronmanMK265
1 month ago

Half sibling of both of them! Very interestingly, the pregnant mother was Gav’s Dad, Sandra’s new mom, ex Dad is the father!