ID: 8d441 No.3756
I… don't know.
It's certainly a new direction for a C&H knockoff to take.
ID: e24c6 No.3757
That's just Larisa's shtick. She's dying of some illness or other (the comic has never bothered to explain exactly which one), so she engages in wild, rebellious, anti-authoritarian behavior because her days are already numbered.
ID: 7cd72 No.3758
She's not dying. She's diabetic.
ID: 7af7e No.3759
Damn, that would of made this comic interesting.
ID: 3c2cf No.3901
Yes, the author is in favor of preteen nude selfies…aparantly
ID: 8d441 No.3902
>>3900>I am going to die of teh diabetes!
… If you make absolutely no effort to control it and take stupid risks, yeah sure.
ID: 8d441 No.3934
I kiiiinda see where he's coming from on this, because this does sort of highlight a real life issue with this kind of thing. She took the pictures and sent them out to everyone unsolicited, gets off with a scolding, and meanwhile a ton of people who got sent those photos without wanting them or asking for them are faced with jail and lifelong sex offender registry.
The problem is that he's made the situation so ridiculous that it's impossible to see the real issue. If she'd been sending naked photos to a single guy and the guy was like "Stop this I don't want to see these this is wrong" and then something similar happened, that would be addressing a real life issue.
But sending it to everyone on the continent? The cops taking 47 million people
into custody? It's gone into the area of the nonsensical, the ludicrous. So yeah, any real message gets lost and winds up looking like "What's the big deal, it's just a bit of kiddy porn…"
ID: 5729b No.3936
Not to mention that these laws have discretion by the judges and they can view the context of the events and decide whether or not charges should really be pursued.
ID: 7cd72 No.3937
Not to mention a bit of a "Proceeds from this comic go to the Oliver Knörzer Defense Fund" vibe
ID: f7a09 No.3942
Her solution? Convince every girl in her class to text naked selfies to every judge in the nation, including the supreme court.
ID: 8d441 No.7114
Most likely. And a stash of art they drew themselves of the raccoon fucking the main character.
ID: c9261 No.7118
What is going on here, exactly?
ID: f827c No.7120
Everything we expected
ID: 8d441 No.7121
… Is she actually saying "You have to fuck me while I'm still twelve so you don't impregnate a teenager"?
ID: a4109 No.7123
There's not even room for any other meaning. I've been looking for it, but that's the only way to interpret that.
ID: 990b6 No.7124
as a friend said
"yep…I want off this ride, but I want to see the fire…"
ID: c9261 No.7125
What, exactly, is the point trying to be made here? I'm with you guys in that it's fucked up (especially panel 1, since you're not only giving a pre-pubescent child birth control pills but also placebos
in there) but…what the hell is the point to all of this? If there's a punchline, I'm not seeing it.
ID: a4109 No.7135
Well the placibos are there so you take a pill every day and don't have to remember when not to take it. That's how they work.
As for the purpose and punchline? Iuno
ID: c9261 No.7141
>>7135>Well the placibos are there so you take a pill every day and don't have to remember when not to take it. That's how they work.
I was not aware.
ID: a4109 No.8933
I mean, I kind of want to play it just out of curiosity, but on the other hand, might not be worth 17. Maybe if it reaches 10
ID: 68afe No.8934
Huh. First the Bedfellows spiritual successor to Rampage, now this?
ID: 2a871 No.8987
I caved and got it. Haven't gotten too far, but the voice acting is…meh. Cloud and Sandra clearly have the same voice actress and they despararely need some basic audio engineering. Also, aparantly the promaniac girl has a russian accent.
ID: 2a871 No.8988
Also I'd put puzzle difficulty between Pajama Sam and Maniac Mansiom 2. I can probably beat this without the (included) walkthrough baring any unforseen bullshit. That can sneak up on you in a game like this
ID: 8d441 No.9044
Seriously how has this guy not gotten party vanned yet?
ID: a4109 No.9045
He probably doesn't have any real stuff, but he's probably on some list.
ID: f827c No.9049
I keep on forgetting she has succubus powers…
so literally she can seduce any young men to do things…
ID: f827c No.9050
the math of the comic puts em at 13 right now
ID: a4109 No.9051
the story is he is buying her a present for her 13th birthday.
ID: f827c No.9052
man, it quite creepy, and then there's also the fact occasionally the creators would turn off comments
ID: 8b733 No.9092
That's the joke, right?
ID: 68afe No.9097
Y'know, I'm not too creeped out about the situation itself, but I AM creeped out that he managed to get some naughty wear her size at a lingerie store.
ID: f827c No.9106
thank you for reminding me…
ID: f827c No.9107
note…cloud can easily say its Larisa whom convinced him to do such a thing
ID: 8d441 No.9146
This is bordering on Piers Anthony levels of justifying banging young girls.
ID: a4109 No.9149
In fairness, he's not saying that it's okay to bang young (pre)teens, but that it's okay for (pre)teens to bang.
It's creepy that he's saying it, but not AS creepy? I guess?
ID: f827c No.9150
you took him to a lingerie store thus the thought of her in such a thing would appear…
huh…she is a good succubus via the usage of the domino effect
thus it does fall back on cloud cause: "he still gave her the gift anyway"
ID: 9668a No.9155
Technically she called both of you weak-willed sinners.
ID: f827c No.9156
yea…this ending is for the best
ID: 68afe No.9166
…Isn't that kind of thing that tends to break friendships? Assuming this was Larisa's doing anyways.
ID: f827c No.9167
she already explained herself out of getting in trouble: Both of you are at fault for easily falling for my succubus powers of tempting people to keep on doing sinful things
ID: 889bb No.9400
Outputs to "www.sandraandwoo.com/misc/cicada3301-5btrkndmf1.html", where there is a message:
"Please write an email to email@example.com with the subject line "Down the Rabbit Hole" and the text "May Woo guide me the way!" and await further instructions.
Please be aware that we first have to deal with all the regular folk sending in Woocoins."
ID: 00b7b No.9401
Thanks, I don't know what this will end in, bit it will probably be disappointing no matter what
ID: 2ba2e No.9408
Okay, I got a reply back that gave me a link to an image of a blue squarr saying itnwas encrypted, this where this journey ends unless someone here is good at this sort of puzzlehttp://www.sandraandwoo.com/misc/cicada3301-h24eiokp77.html
ID: 889bb No.9409
Filling the blue area with white (you can do this in Paint, it's not difficult) reveals the first part of a secret URL.
The second part is hidden in the source code for the "blue box" page, at the very bottom.
Putting the two together leads to a page where all the existing Sandra and Woo strips are archived as ZIP files, along with an offer for a free upgrade to the next tier of giving if you support Sandra and Woo on Patreon.
At the bottom of this
page is a note with the name "Boris Floricic", a deceased hacker and phone phreaker who went by the handle "Tron" ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tron_(hacker)
). His specialty was voice cryptography, and I tried converting the image file into a sound file, but had no luck, so unless someone else comes up with something, that's where the trail ends.
ID: 19f0a No.11866
These days I don't really find much a point of arguing about dirty references/situations involving the underaged. Uncomfortable, but not out of character when it comes to growing up. Though there is validation for criticism if this webcomic is aimed towards younger audiences.
I suppose in Larisa's case, she doesn't have a long life ahead of her, and her age is around the time when it's best to make mistakes…well, at least ones that can be rectified. That said, Oliver has it coming if this goes into a teen pregnant arc. We uh…aren't currently in an environment that is decided on whether abortions are good or bad, and Larsia is definitely not parent material.