I’m not sure if that other world wasn’t the same future the travelers came from or not. It could just be his part of it which means Jared is setting in motion what will bring about Feddyg’s release.
I’m glad to see Jared’s momma didn’t raised no fool
Heh heh heh! YES! Regardless of what’s going to happen I have to say I enjoyed Feddyg’s manipulations being completely and utterly shot down.
Here’s hoping for a dead Feddyg in an upcoming comic. *crosses fingers*
Well! Maybe not everything is part of some predestination loop.
Oh, I just happened to walk by our cell at the exact moment where risking you taking over the world is almost second to the threat we currently face. I’ll just keep walking. U MAD BRO
Feddyg and Donna weren’t the only ones who had the “Panel Jump” powers, nor were they the only remaining Order members. Is this where we finally learn what happened to Edward other than “Put on a bus”? Fitz may have his body, but I don’t think the teleportation powers of the Order came with it.
Even if Feddyg gets out anyway, at least Jared isn’t carrying an idiot ball.
Didn’t alt-Ally from that future send a message to our Hilda? Didn’t Hilda see that future in a vision? I assume she told Jared. Why didn’t Jared just shoot him. Seems foolish to just assume the earthquake will kill him. He’s tossing grenades in the other cells, why not here?
me wonders…. what kind of rogue super-software activity can develop into tremors? what kind of vital instalations have it reached by now? is Rumy Rampage a divertion? for what or who?… me wonders
So uh… why IS Jared tossing grenades around? Is it only in the vicinity around Keith? In order to fake suicide-by-magic related property damage?
@Cat: There’s leaving a criminal in his cell during a time of crisis, leaving him in the hands of fate. Probably condemning him to death in the process.
And there’s murdering him in cold blood while he was completely helpless.
And I think it is established by now that Jared is a man with morals. He won’t easily do the latter, as long as he has another choice.
There are no words to how satisfying Jared’s interaction with Feddyg is.
Jared is probably killing the prisoners that either because of what they are made of or how strong and resiliant they are, would have a high chance of not just being able to live through a merely collapsed structure but probably excaping as well and causing some very serious damage to a human population if all released at once. Feddyg does not make this list as he is still human (in body, anyway).
Considering that Rikk has been running a “Lets make the not so violent ones useful” campaign for the past few years, the ones still in their cells have to be pretty bad, or do not want to be released. For those ones Jared is probably just unlocking the door, telling them whats going on, and walking away.
We don’t know if those grenades are really just run of the mill grenades after all.
Wasn’t the future that Hilda saw, Freddyg allowed to live to be used as an excuse for the Hands existence?
This raises a valid question. Is he, or is he not, using grenades to kill prisoners?
@Lukkai – In my mind, there is no ethical difference between killing someone by earthquake and killing someone by shooting them. Making distinctions about one being active or “murder” and one being supposedly “leaving him in the hands of fate” is disingenuous. How is it more moral to let someone die a slow painful death by crushing, rather than shooting them in the head? How is it more moral to maybe let a very dangerous sociopath escape and hurt people? Jared clearly thinks Feddyg is too dangerous to society to be allowed to live. Shooting him wouldn’t be exactly a legal execution, but I sure wouldn’t call it murder. I only asked why Jared didn’t shoot him because shooting is a sure thing and the earthquake seems iffy to me. I was asking about effectiveness, not whether killing Feddyg was justified or moral.
@ Boogeyman. I don’t think Edward would help out since the only offer they could make that he’d accept is a return of his original body. Since that’s not happening he’d be just as content to see humanity wiped out by a group of aliens as some vicarious sense of revenge. Hus and Xi might be willing to help in exchange for freedom and some privileges. Hus was only in it for the ego trip and Xi believed an army of duplicates could impose order on a chaotic world. I don’t think any of them felt particularly broken up about what they did like Donna. Of course I’m not sure I’d trust Xi since he’d be right at home with the Hand of Justice.
Oh yes, brilliant. Just leave Feddyg there and give him the chance to escape in the ensuing chaos. If it were me, I would take out a gun, open the cell and just shoot him in the head until he stops twitching.
I wouldn’t risk opening the cell. Fill the room with chlorine gas and leave it that way.
@ Reikenbach If he’s smart then the grenade he just lobbed is a gas grenade, but I’m not sure if those things go boom or not.
These comments about morality confuse me. Feddyg is a big and proven threat and is too risky to leave to his own devices. Jared intends Feddyg to die, for safety, so he should have killed him AND confirmed he was dead.
This whole “I’ll leave you to your death” is the kind of crap that gets villains killed/busted all the time. That Jared’s a good guy doesn’t make this any less of an idiot ball moment for him.
I doubt he’s killing prisoners. Jared may not have Rikk’s level of morality but he’s no executioner. Feddyg though – I could see him making an exception for Feddyg.
We see the dude walking around with a bucket of grenades. He tosses them into prisoner cells. Cells go boom.
Why would you throw a grenade into an empty room?
Jared might as well be singing ‘I’m singing in the rain’ while he’s at it…
He’s tossing them into open cells though. After releasing a bunch of prisoners. Whatever is happening my guess is it’s to mindf@*k Feddyg. Everything we know about Jared’s character goes against the idea of him just nonchalantly executing folks, whatever the reason.
@Bunny Suction – Good catch, didn’t notice that. Think he’s planning on manipulating Feddyg into helping them somehow?
Perhaps. But how exactly is beyond me.
I don’t thin it’s a mind fuck with Feddy. I think it’s more to cover his tracks for the prisoners he released: “Gee world governments, I have *no idea* what happened to the prisoners. They *must* have escaped do to collateral damage. They were gone when I went to evac them *Innocent smile*. Sadly Feddy had taken his own life by the time i got to evac his cell. There was not enough time to recover his body.”
He’s tossing grenades into open cells. After releasing the prisoners.
He’s faking the prisoners’ deaths.
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