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#554 - He clearly knows what he's doing

August 15th, 2008, 2:59 pm

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Reply Joff, August 15th, 2008, 2:59 pm

It's hard to draw these scenes without drawing parallels to Steve's confrontation with this guy (flaming cocktail umbrella to the head?)
I'm amazed nobody ever thought to use salt on Frost Giants, since salt melts ice and all..

Once again, I'm really sorry for the timings on these.. But I have to keep pace with my job before my fun :) Thanks for the patience

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Reply RazorD9, August 15th, 2008, 9:30 pm

I guess he is worth his salt. Would think that back in the days of vikings and norse gods salt would be a laxury item. Though I guess now a days we'd a-salt them. Or for the less violent people, just in-salt them.

Reply Alink, August 16th, 2008, 9:28 am

Sally's Armour reminds me of the Knights at the end of KH2FM+.

Looks awesome.

Reply Joff, August 17th, 2008, 3:48 pm

He's so totally calm because he's immortal, and there's very little he's ever seen that he couldn't beat the ever holy hell out of :)

Reply namtap032892, July 25th, 2018, 6:47 pm

Ok, in the years I've been reading this (Oh, wow... years...), there's always been one thing about this that I've wanted to say, but just never bothered to until now.

The reason salt melts ice and snow is because salt water (which is what you're creating when you throw salt on ice) has a lower freezing point than just plain water. Essentially, all you're doing is just making it so that the freezing point is below the ambient temperature. (I doubt it'd work very well in a place like Antarctica.)

I'd assume that the frost giants basically radiant cold so much that they'd never never melt. I'm guessing salt may mildly irritate them, as opposed to being an actual threat.

Granted, this is Azrael administering the salt. He could probably intimidate physics enough to break it's own laws.

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