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On page 1406 Tobi checked her room and found some bullets and no gun. I suspect that the gun has no bullets.
Not that surprising to find that intimidation was the method, given what they apparently did to Three.
But was the weapon really so powerful it could take off Three's arm? Perhaps they should take a closer look at the ammunition Tobi and Three found in one of their boxes?
This... does not seem like a fair contest. Could one of the opposing players be the host? And what's with the J2 girl and the Paladin being on opposing sides if they share scores?
Wow, so it all came down to unexpected resources from the enemy team.
So Tobi being told not to have Infinite contact his minion was to keep their secret. Clever.
Good call Jack. There is a decent chance the pistol lacks bullet, and its just a bluff.
Whats less likely is that a pistol did the damage to 3. If a random pistol could do this, then they would not be sending a Paladin out to catch 3.
But no. Of course its not a fair contest. How could anyone think it would be so? :P
The suitcase is the first panel says "5", but didn't they agree to only trade fruits 1 by 1 after the score difference?
Oh yeah I forgot to change the graphic, should be 1!
Do we know what the penalty is for crossing that striped line when it isn't your turn to trade? Green sure seemed intent on stopping Tobi before she went across it. I suspect the damage isn't from an attack or a weapon, but rather, a hazard that's triggered if you enter the trading area when it isn't your turn. Green knows what it is, and used it to damage Three.
@Taran Alvein Which means he has a better understanding of the rules than anyone else.
This further corroborates my theory of him being the host