Do you really think so Noah? Do you ... ?
So were the laing the tracks as the were driving the train, cartoon-style? Doesnât seem like the most practical vehicle to explore lost continents.
The Lost Continent? Sounds like something I'd like to learn about!
Think that's where the elves are coming from?
I don't see any dino scratches... Why was it so dangerous?
> hogging the front car
> magic kids
Is this... Hogwarts Express?
Well at least he didn't have to queue to get in.
i hate noah.
this arc is so slow and uninteresting, especially compared to the other two.
what do we know about the lost continent? any indication it's Rauel?
because frame 1 indicates:
lost continent has rails (from before it was lost)
train doesn't need rails
there was a time when the lost continent was both lost and safe, so they could put down rails as they went and nothing would damage the rails to ambush them (effectively)
Well, they can't have been that lost if there were train tracks going in to them.
Next Issue : Noah walks for the entire page because he cant find the other guys
The Lost Continent... Zealandia?
A train into the Lost Continent ?
So there are railways in the Lost Continent ?
It is a magical train of magical adventure!
It runs on Magic!
They threw all the magical kids into the furnace to keep it supplied with magic!
What could be more fun and interesting to listen to than an old story about a gigantic train when you are on a magic mission :)
why do people keep thinking the train actully went in to the lost continent hello guys it likely just dropped them off near it and then went back
@re_cur: Well perhaps the train can operate off the tracks? Some of the earliest experiments with armoured vehicles involved armoured land trains, armoured traction engines that would tow armoured wagons.
Some were even sent off to war by the British Government, but sadly they were stripped of their armour upon arrival in theatre by short sighted w*nkers who wanted to armour rail trains instead (which were derailed in battle naturally).
If not for those w*nkers we could have had reliable armoured vehicles in service before the start of WWI. :(
I suppose I should have included a link or two in my last post:
Also I digressed, my point was that while this thing obviously can operate on tracks, that doesn't necessarily preclude another mode of operation, like that flying train in Back to the Future III for example.