Added on: July 12, 2018

City Tour
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July 12, 2018
A rare page with no dialog. I thought I needed a buffer montage page to show a lot of time has passed.


July 12, 2018
So more just having fun in the city and less actively searching. But the goal is to just get in range with the scanners, I suppose.
July 13, 2018
I guess it's easy to get distracted walking through the city on searching for a signal.
March 12, 2022
Especially for folks who have been sequestered underground for weeks, months at at time.
July 12, 2018
But does Annie get anything for having bigger breasts?
July 13, 2018
The sign could be right, even she doesn't see the chicken here. Maybe she couldn't win?

The original second line wasn't "prove us wrong", but instead "find bigger and eat for free", but that seemed too much like what happened at the comic store, and probably not an embarrassing enough comment.

I don't know if she wins anything, maybe a title? Although I'm not sure she wants to know if she has the biggest breasts in the city, if that's true or not. They'd at least want to change the sign.
July 13, 2018
I think I need this chapter end with Annie returning to the chicken shop and ask for "the biggest breasts you got"
December 1, 2018
Caley Tibbittz Collopy
Weirdly specific chicken shop.
April 18, 2021
So their hasn't been an A class since the old man died?
April 20, 2021
No. More people have powers than before, but the average is getting weaker each generation.

In the 1700s-ish there were a dozen or so A-Class, maybe two dozen B-Class, with no one weaker.

Most of living A-Class killed each other during the World Wars. Each major country had it's own, most of them several hundred years old at that point. The American A-Class died fighting the Soviet A-Class in the 1950s. "The Old Man" won, killing his enemy, but he was mortally wounded.

But by the 1860s, there were already C-Class heroes. And by the 1950s, D-Class powers discovered.
December 26, 2021
The Old Man, a reference to Native American folklore, eh?
January 10, 2022
Actually I thought that's just what they'd call him. He didn't speak, he was known for hundreds of years, and always looked very old.