Cinder Isle Page 671

By | September 29, 2020

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MtnMan
1 month ago

For future reference Sam Mockler: A man discovered that people react badly to other people who part their hair on the right. This happened in the late 1970s. No only did he write an article about it, he got in touch with then President Jimmy Carter. You can find pictures of him before and after President Carter took the advice to part his hair on the left. I have personal experience of this also. I convinced a very, very pretty girl interested in me at the time, who inexplicably was single, to part her hair in the center instead of… Read more »

Chromer
1 month ago

How will they get rid of the monster? I think Alastair will probably knock it out then send the fragments away to the afterlife like the other ghosts.

Chromer
1 month ago

A lot of people here overlooked that when Alastair cures all the citizens’ blood, they will briefly go back to their original selves, before Alastair transforms them according to their votes. This also means that when Wanda goes back to her old self, Wayne (briefly as most people believe), her pregnancy will disappear with it, killing off the babies that were going to be born (it was mentioned back in Halloween Switch that if a pregnant woman is turned into the opposite gender, the baby or babies they have will die). This, I believe, would be the final problem for… Read more »

kenwin07
Reply to  Chromer
1 month ago

Unless the hospital staff wearing protection suits during Wanda give childbirth

Zillatrek
Reply to  Chromer
1 month ago

I guarantee you that is not what is going to happen. Sam wouldn’t let that happen because that’s way too dark and messed up. Alistair will find a way to take the virus out of everyone who wants to stay a woman without briefly turning them back into men.

Last edited 1 month ago by Zillatrek
Chromer
Reply to  Zillatrek
1 month ago

Sam already previously showed things just as dark or even more so such as Sylvana brutally murdering Nora and taking all her blood for the ritual. Not all babies are successfully born on this website and some die prematurely (such as the second daughter Scarlet Young had) or die while still in the womb (such as the original Jade Spiers who died while still pregnant). Also I don’t think it was established that Alastair (or anyone else) can remove the gender curse (orb or virus) without transforming them to their true/original selves first. I am previously referencing pages 626 and… Read more »

Zillatrek
Reply to  Chromer
1 month ago

Both of those unborn child deaths were accidents. They’re unfortunate but they’re not messed up. This would be different, because Alistair would be actively murdering Wanda’s twins. And that’s why I’m saying Sam wouldn’t allow that to happen, because it makes Alistair look like a monster and would sour this otherwise happy ending to Cinder Isle. Just because there have been a few dark things on this website, doesn’t mean that dark things are common place, especially when they’re unnecessary dark things like killing babies by turning their mother into a man. And if Sam wants to establish that Alistair… Read more »

MarkoDan92
MarkoDan92
Reply to  Chromer
30 days ago

really you guys should all know by now from the last 8 to 9 years on this site that the gender curse Alistair cures is past on from generation to generation. Which means that if Gavin/Gaela was always supposed to be a woman then that also means that Wade/Wanda was meant to be a woman also.

Zillatrek
Reply to  MarkoDan92
30 days ago

That’s not necessarily true about Wanda. While the curse is hereditary, Gaela could have gotten the curse from her biological mother, not Wanda. Hell, if Wanda has the gender curse, she would have been immune to the virus too just like Gavin was. No one on Cinder Isle had the gender curse prior to the virus, except for Gaela.

Wanda was always meant to be Wade, but Wanda made the best of a bad situation and now likes her life more than her old life as Wade. That doesn’t mean that she has the gender curse though.

Last edited 30 days ago by Zillatrek
MarkoDan92
MarkoDan92
Reply to  Zillatrek
29 days ago

I just realised that yeah. But perhaps Wanda is a like Robin from Halloween switch were she/he now like her life more than she did as wade since she became pregnant also she /he seems more comfortable and happy as a woman

Zillatrek
Reply to  MarkoDan92
29 days ago

That is the case with Wanda and Robin. But even though they love their new lives as women doesn’t mean that either of them ever had the gender curse. Neither of them were meant to be women, they’re just men who learned to love being women.

mickayla
1 month ago

Why did nurse’s speech bubble go from green to either black or non-existent?

bobbie
Reply to  mickayla
1 month ago

because she’s a ghost I’d say, it seems to have been the way

coredumperror
Editor
Reply to  mickayla
1 month ago

The outline of her bubble has a left-to-right gradiant that gomes from green to black. Since it *also* has a black background, due to her being a ghost, this does end up looking a bit weird.

Hans Gruber
Reply to  coredumperror
1 month ago

Thought that the greenish portion of the speech bubble is because she is (er, was) an Emerald (a healer)?

James Caras
1 month ago

Zack is a lucky young man. I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a wedding in the future.

Hans Gruber
1 month ago

Will Alistair review the ballots based on what the teens counted and change whoever was transmogrified back into their former selves? And if there are transformed men who have stated that they’d rather remain the same, will Alistair know?

kenwin07
Reply to  Hans Gruber
1 month ago

Alistair can read minds of whoever’s want to stay or change back.

It’s obvious that Elaine and Rachele keep it that way due their improved relationship is more happier than ever.

And Wanda remains as a mother for the sake of her newborn twins and the new family with Dyana / Dutch.

Hans Gruber
Reply to  kenwin07
1 month ago

That makes sense. However, from previous comics, he has changed people back who didn’t want to change. That was the reason for my question. 😉

undertaker972
Reply to  Hans Gruber
1 month ago

Look back to Fractured, he let some of them stay as women. I dont see why that wouldn’t be the case here

Hans Gruber
Reply to  undertaker972
1 month ago

That was the case that I was referring to. Wasn’t there someone who didn’t want to change back to a man? I seem to remember that there was.

kenwin07
Reply to  Hans Gruber
1 month ago

Yes, it’s Eva because she’s likes her new life for the better.

Hans Gruber
Reply to  undertaker972
1 month ago
undertaker972
Reply to  Hans Gruber
1 month ago

Uh huh and you overlook the ending. Alistair already agreed to let some of them stay women. He wont go back on his word

LaudoMatriae
1 month ago

Oh, this can’t possibly go wrong.

Hans Gruber
1 month ago

If I may comment on something; I am concerned that those transmogrified men who are now women, are going to be turned back into men by Alistair, and that some of those men might actually *want* to stay as women. Case in point – Wanda with twins. What about Zack’s parents who are enjoying themselves as wife and wife? Scenarios such as that. Sam…please tell me that there will be some of the local residents who will remain as they are in their transformed state…

Zillatrek
Reply to  Hans Gruber
1 month ago

That’s the whole point of the ballot, so that everyone who wants to stay the way they are currently get to do so. If they say that they would take the cure and turn back to who they were before the virus, Alistair will cure them. If they say they want to stay as they are now, Alistair won’t transform them at all. It’s not just a gauge to see who would take a cure to the virus, but an easier way for Alistair to figure out which citizens want to stay and who wants to change back.

Last edited 1 month ago by Zillatrek
James Caras
1 month ago

Gaela is a knock out.

TheDarkNeon
1 month ago

Pffffffft!!!

“Can I come see you guys slay the monster?”
“WHAT? NOOO!!! you could get killed!”
“Eh what the hell? Sounds like it’ll be fun.”

Worlds greatest and oldest living Sapphire Mage, ladies and gentlemen.

TheDarkNeon
Reply to  SapphireFoxx
1 month ago

“MAKES IT EASY!!” 😜

JD Washington
1 month ago

53 days – that’s how long Gaela and Nurse assembled Alistair (Sept. 13 to Nov. 4). Pretty impressive for such a complex puzzle without any reference when they started. Mission accomplished!

Heh, fitting movie poster is fitting, alright. Now, Alistair’s next mission is to destroy the Abomination, and he has chosen to accept it. Cue theme music.

Hans Gruber
Reply to  JD Washington
1 month ago

I liked the original theme from the TV show. 🙂

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGSUjuSBt1A

kenwin07
1 month ago

General: Grand Vizier Nappa, I require your treasure guidance once more.

Nappa: Nuke the island!

General: Are you sure?

Nappa: Look, we’ve got a appointment in 1 hour. So either nuke the island or we have to resign your position.

IronmanMK265
Reply to  kenwin07
1 month ago

oh my god

D.vagamer77
1 month ago

Well be careful Gaela, you know what they say. “Curiosity killed the cat”.

Last edited 1 month ago by D.vagamer77
IronmanMK265
1 month ago

Now Alastair is back to full strength 🙂