Did you know that when someone loses an eye it becomes more difficult for them to hit a ranged target? Yep, they lose a lot of their perception of depth.
However, Baroruthan throws lightning bolts so he really doesn't need to be precise in his aiming. All he needs to do is get in the neighborhood and Krack Boom!
Excesior! Baroruthan may nod have good depth perception—and you don't need it with shamanic lightining. ZZZAAAP!
Zaap! Zzzt! Zzt!
You don't need accuracy with a sawed-off shotgun, just general "point me in the right direction". ;)
Not sure what happened here since the last page... Lune runs and jumps (to attack it seems), then lightning, some...demon... is pierced by... cannot tell what it is, might be a gardening tool, then more flashing, then luna is smoking?
Nothing has happened between the two pages. Luna is seen running and leaping toward something.
Meanwhile, near the Shady Grape, the dwarf shaman is fighting a mob of imps with Chain Lightning. You watch as the lightning arcs through the mob, killing them. You see a dead imp still sparking with smoke coming up from its body.
The reader is jumping from one scene to another. You'll see how the timeline matches up soon.™
'K, thanks :) Meanwhile I got doubt about the smoking thing is Lune. Glad that it's not her :)
Soooo...can I use that when I'm driving with my cataracts/glaucoma? But, but, but officer...I was in the neighborhood; but that other car wasn't in the same neighborhood as I was. :(
Hmm. Good question. You'll be better off asking a lawyer about it.
Don't worry, me no drive right now. (bawls uncontrollably).
Me driving hubby up the wall by saying things like, "I gotta go...", "I gotta go...".
Retirement has some advantages. :D
...and that "I gotta go..." includes shopping and that widdle bitty room we all have in our houses. :D