Comic 573 - Blood the eyeball

Posted on 13th Nov 2017, 8:42 PM in Ghosts
Blood the eyeball

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Morgenstern 13th Nov 2017, 8:42 PM edit delete
You move up to the potted plant. You inject the eyeball with a little of your blood.

You levitate the eye down the corridor.

You neither see nor hear anything suspicious.


rufiangel 13th Nov 2017, 8:55 PM edit delete reply
Nothing in the classroom that the door just opened from? >_> Nothing?

If there's nothing for reals I guess we should sneak into the cafeteria (and take our floating eyeball with us).
Bluhx2 13th Nov 2017, 8:55 PM edit delete reply
Calling it this page; invisible mutant.
Macheman7 13th Nov 2017, 9:02 PM edit delete reply
Knock over the potted plant and roll it down the corridor! Also, uh, maybe spray the flamethrower down the corridor a little bit.

Also, maybe it's just a draft? This is an old school that's half-destroyed, it doesn't HAVE to be something awful.
Bluhx2 13th Nov 2017, 9:04 PM edit delete reply
yes it does

there was fresh blood on the potted plant

paranoia is only paranoia if it isn't Jane's crew of misfits
rufiangel 13th Nov 2017, 9:35 PM edit delete reply
I suppose we could pour blood all over the floor and see if it tracks footprints. If it's an invisible thing.

Unless it's an invisible spider that climbs walls or something.

(Note: I'm not really serious :'D pouring that much blood would not be beneficial to our health lol)
Deadly Death Sickle 13th Nov 2017, 9:42 PM edit delete reply
Deadly Death Sickle
Could we bring the eye back and take a small shot and the area in front of us with the extinguisher to make should there be no invisamonster
Twyll 13th Nov 2017, 9:42 PM edit delete reply
OH MAN now I'm real sad that I didn't insist on getting all the stuff on that big long list I posted earlier when we went shopping; now would be an excellent time for pocket sand (to see if potentially invisible things are leaving footprints) and/or scattering marbles like caltrops (to trip possibly invisible things).