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emerick man

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Brand Echh

Subj: Agreed. Still, probably should use it ALL the time if no drawbacks. nnt
Posted: Wed May 16, 2007 at 07:43:13 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: The Spell of Tartashi . . . [SPOILERS]
Posted: Wed May 16, 2007 at 12:29:41 am EDT

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> I don't know if this is a spoiler, (with the issue being out almost a week) but I checked the box just in case. I hope it's not a spoiler to have "The Spell of Tartashi" in the subject line. \:\-\)
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> Anyway in New Avengers 30 Dr. Strange put a spell of Tartashi on everyone in the room to alivieate any fears about Clint Barton's intentions. As mentioned in a few earlier posts, Jessica Drew seemed to like it least, while Peter Parker (and Jessica & Luke's baby) were seemingly enjoying the enchantment.

I think you're misinterpreting it. The spell seemed to only apply to the given situation - as in, who here is earnest about their desire to help in the current mission.

If the spell applied to anyone who has lied or done unsavory things than it would have had a much greater affect on Wolverine and Spider-Woman, also, Iron Fist's actions towards Iron Man were extremely duplicitous, so unless the spell has anti-registration leanings, I think it would have to only apply to the specific situation for which it was cast.


> > I don't know if this is a spoiler, (with the issue being out almost a week) but I checked the box just in case. I hope it's not a spoiler to have "The Spell of Tartashi" in the subject line. \:\-\)
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> > Anyway in New Avengers 30 Dr. Strange put a spell of Tartashi on everyone in the room to alivieate any fears about Clint Barton's intentions. As mentioned in a few earlier posts, Jessica Drew seemed to like it least, while Peter Parker (and Jessica & Luke's baby) were seemingly enjoying the enchantment.
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> I think you're misinterpreting it. The spell seemed to only apply to the given situation - as in, who here is earnest about their desire to help in the current mission.
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> If the spell applied to anyone who has lied or done unsavory things than it would have had a much greater affect on Wolverine and Spider-Woman, also, Iron Fist's actions towards Iron Man were extremely duplicitous, so unless the spell has anti-registration leanings, I think it would have to only apply to the specific situation for which it was cast.
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