Roy makes a good point: Greek people have a habit of ruining ancient Troy.
Those gods be running rampant. Fuzzy hat?? Apollo? Ares? Pan?
Ooh.. perhaps even Hercules?
Genghis Khan. Somehow.
We’ll have to leave it a bit of a cliffhanger for the time being, since we’re off to follow Roy and Jen.
Oh, poo! But seriously, Milo, tell then how you *really* feel! I wonder if the magic feathers are “translating” at this subtle level, too?
Now what would Ghengis Khan be doing in ancient Turkey 1000 years before he was even born?
Ghengis Khan would be behaving chronillogically, of course
Actually, it’s probably one of the greeks, probably one of the famous ones (although I’m not sure which one would be “wearing a fuzzy hat”). He’s probably about to get captured and thus end up in the middle of the trojan war anyway.
Well… Hercules kinda had a fuzzy hat….the Nemian Lion. *lol*
Bam! Pops has a point: you could put ANY historical figure in there and they would be acting chronilogically.
And yes, I think we should keep adding comments till the new strip is up.
Historians frequently speculate about chronillogical scenarios. One of the most memorable was by Month Python: “What if Napoleon had a B52 at Waterloo?”. Unfortunately I couldn’t find an on-line link to it.
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