28th Aug 2013, 11:06 AM in McFly

1122. McFly 22: Teleporter (With Ask Professor Rachel #296)

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1122. McFly 22: Teleporter (With Ask Professor Rachel #296)
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Dyonus 28th Aug 2013, 11:06 AM edit delete
I hope I answered all your questions with Erin being green. If not...watch an episode of Star Trek involving a teleporter mishap. There's probably a couple of them in Voyager. (Great series, but they overused some of the plot devices.)

For the time vortex, watch Doctor Who.

Seamus could fix all this by just having a device that travels with the time traveler rather than sending them through the vortex, but then we have the trouble of hiding said machine...and American dragons don't have police phone boxes.

Oh, and I hope Rachel managed to answer this question. I wasn't sure about it. (I tend to correct some grammar when making APRs because I realize that some of my readers have English as their second language, which is perfectly fine. I only mention this because I am sometimes unclear on the intent in the question.)


Anon E. Mouse 28th Aug 2013, 11:33 AM edit delete reply
I thought Erin's blue...ness was a recessive gene, not a mutation?

And then why didn't it fix her nose/snout/muzzle?
Anon E. Mouse 28th Aug 2013, 11:36 AM edit delete reply
And I think if it did change her genetic code, the blue that was there would still remain, but work its way out over the course of however long it takes for dragons shed. Dragons shed, right?

Sorry, I'm being pedantic.
Dyonus 28th Aug 2013, 3:38 PM edit delete reply
Well, they could've been wrong about it being a recessive gene.

As for working it out over time, I figured the teleporter would reconstruct her as the new genetic code rather than letting her scales sort it out.

The snout shape was inherited from Sam.

Or are you talking about the talon scratches on the top of her head? I wouldn't think a teleporter would repair wounds.
Anon E. Mouse 28th Aug 2013, 4:46 PM edit delete reply
I'm talking about the wounds.

So it alters her genetic code, but doesn't fix her scratches? That seems... odd.

(Although the scale-working-out thing makes perfect sense now, thank you.)
Dyonus 28th Aug 2013, 5:42 PM edit delete reply
I'm not sure. I only kept them around so Sam would notice them and make the correlation between Erin and "Natasha."
dzamie 28th Aug 2013, 5:58 PM edit delete reply
SOME minor imperfections.
dzamie 28th Aug 2013, 1:45 PM edit delete reply
It's like a big tunnel of wibbly wobbly, dragony-wagony stuff. Except without so many wagons.
By the way, you spelled Beatrix as Beartrix in the APR question, and Doc Croc's beard-tie-thingy changes from green to blue between panels 2 and 3.
Dyonus 28th Aug 2013, 4:03 PM edit delete reply
Ah, thanks. I fixed both issues.
Guest 28th Aug 2013, 7:21 PM edit delete reply
the teleporter would help with traveling between cities without being seen, at least.

If Beatrix is supposed to be as tall/taller than Sam as a pre-teen, and Erin is (apparently) still growing pretty quickly - who would be taller as an adult?

Have we even seen another dragon taller than Erin yet? What's the world record? :P
Dyonus 28th Aug 2013, 8:06 PM edit delete reply
Guessing your asking Rachel this? I'll save it as a question for her if so. (Also, would you like a name associated with the question?)