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Chapter 3, Page 15

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Reply selecthumor, July 15th, 2011, 5:01 pm

Explaining what's going on:
Hephaestus is the God of Forge and by virtue the master over crafted wares: notably the ones he himself made. Thus, he's influencing Ares' armor to move forcefully by his will and against Ares' will as opposed to anything magnetic or gravitational or whatever. (probably will have our god Hephaestus himself explain this in the next page though...)

@TheProjectCore (Chapter 3, Page 14): Your and mine too...

@king_13 (Chapter 3, Page 14): I'm fully aware of this, as this will factor to how Ares is portrayed in the series...

@idontknowszz (Chapter 3, Page 14): Intentional reference. :D

@Frappecinno (Chapter 3, Page 14): While I was emphasizing "Hephy's" attitude on the situation (you'd be the same if your spouse literally cheated on you five hundred thousand times), I wouldn't go so far as to back up the later information (never read that series, personally. My portrayal of characters is from my interpretation of the original myths). Your analysis is a good one, though.

@pokesam (Chapter 1, Page 5): He'll learn that by the end of Chapter 1...

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Reply Frappecinno, July 15th, 2011, 9:50 pm

a lot of craftsmen say that each piece of their work is a part of them, but this is going a little too far, eh? XD lol

Reply Erdnaxel, July 16th, 2011, 12:00 am

Silly Ares,you can't beat the one who made everything you use...

Reply TheProjectCore, July 18th, 2011, 11:01 am

Wooho go hephestus

Reply king_13, July 19th, 2011, 1:54 pm

hi again my names king_13 not 14

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