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Sweetness is a cameo. The Phoenix is from Victoria.

Sweetness
Double-action Colt Detective .38 special, third issue.

The Phoenix
Gold-plated double-action Walther PPK. Silver-core 9mm browning short rounds.

Ann: Stand down, paper user. You’re helpless.

Dandy: Oh, am I…?

[WHOOSH]

1 Comment

Kazokuhouou on Mon Apr 20, 2009 8:57 pm

*passes out popcorn*

Chaos Priest on Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:18 pm

*munch munch munch*
Mmm… buttery.

Anyway, I’m a bit confused here. Water did not beat paper. How is that even possible? His cards should be all wet and floppy right now. The only way it would even make a bit of sense is… if… oh no. Oh, sweet merciful heavens, no 😮

He’s… laminated D:

Abadon XXX on Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:07 pm

XD yay sweetness! *votes for sweetness*

Xuanwu on Tue Apr 21, 2009 12:55 am

Also…he’s not really a paper user. Dandy’s not nearly that awesome.

FelinaofL2 on Tue Apr 21, 2009 4:21 am

Xuanwu, I think we’re gotten the vague idea that you’re not very fond of the Dandy. You’ve only mentioned you want him dead how many times?

…Say, Erin, any chance of a bit of DandyXRip? 😈

*om nom noms popcorn*

BigKwell on Tue Apr 21, 2009 6:18 am

Did a lot of thinking… and I think water sprinklers may have little effect on laminated playing cards.

Tommygunner70 on Tue Apr 21, 2009 6:08 am

BTW: I doubt that Stephen actually owns a gun, or he does not know how to handle it.

Looking at the photograph on that Wikipedia Entry of ‘Sweetness’. one thing he has right, he aims up in the air. One of the rules is not to aim at anything you don’t want to shoot at. But another such rule he does wrong: Trigger finger discipline.

Trigger finger discipline is simply put “Don’t put your finger on the trigger unless you plan to shoot at the thing you are aiming at.”

I know, Details-Details: but to me, a experienced Marksman, it is enough to suspect that this gun is just a blank firing prop. Pity I can’t see a recording of him firing the thing, or I would be able to tell if it is a real gun or a fake.

But seeing as no one in a recording studio is crazy enough to actually hold a real gun, I am keen to say that its just a movie prop. that, And the weapon doesn’t have its typical black metal shine, especially if you consider the fact that quite a few powerful lights are aimed at Stephen while the camera’s are rolling.

SailorPtah on Tue Apr 21, 2009 4:16 pm

Probably true.

(As for the character, he’s supposed to be a little unbalanced – he thinks the gun talks to him, and occasionally points it at the audience – so handling it safely is probably not high on his list 😛 Definitely a prop.)

Atticusblackwolf on Tue Apr 21, 2009 1:31 pm

tommygunner your epic gun knowledge can be soooo cool XD

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