Anonymous asked: Given the Nickelheads' reputation as one of the only major supernatural groups that regularly go back on their word, who on earth (or outside it) was dumb enough to sponsor them into the Unseelie Accords? And why hasn't Mab gone after them more for breaking those accords?
Hold that thought.
kylograms asked: Had Lash not killed herself for you, but you had survived, do you think you could have convinced her to become completely separated from the real Lasciel, if so, do you think you could ever get used to having a benevolent demon floating around in your thoughts?
I have enough demons floating around in my thoughts without someone implanting one for me.
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Pass it around, share it, and make me look good. I know, that’s not an easy job, but if it was easy, we wouldn’t need smart people like you doing it.
shiniba asked: If the Shroud of Turin and Swords of the Cross are floating around, are other divine artifacts like the Holy Grail and Spear of Destiny around too? Do any of them have mantles like the Knight tied to them?
Bet anything that other artifacts are around of any number of faiths, sure.
As for the mantles of faith…yeah, interesting idea and one that makes sense. The Knights clearly have some supercharged stuff going on from time to time that Michael would say comes from the Almighty and Sanya might say comes from Archangels or Little Green Aliens From Mars, depending on his mood. Bears more thought.
The idea of mantles of faith, that is. Not Sanya and his little green men. That guy has issues.
fatcoyote01 asked: How do you know so many tv references? Don't electronics go Crazy Harry when they're around you, Not-Quite-So-Crazy-Harry?
Electronics go Crazy Harry (nice reference, by the way) when Not-Quite-So-Crazy-Harry is pissed off. (Which, yeah, happens more than I’d like to think it does.) Logically, if wizards screwed up electronics any time we were around them, light bulbs would blow and sparks would fly whenever we walked down the street. We’d be the least popular people alive.
I’m pretty sure that distinction goes to Congress.
girlfmkitty asked: Can you shed light on who the Queen fanatic is: Thomas or Molly? Because "We Will Rock You" was genius and it made me literally fistpump at the restaurant where I was having breakfast. Zero craps were given to the looks I got. Thanks!
We’re all Queen fans, man. And that moment was made for fistpumping. Badassery at its finest.
Anonymous asked: Hypothetically speaking, if one was to break the seventh law, how would they go about it? Where would they start? And how would they avoid the Council's gaze for long enough to make use of the information, assuming they are currently a "vanilla" mortal and under the paranormal radar?
Not even hypothetically speaking, Justin DuMorne and Cowl at least broke the hell out of that law by getting Walkers here. How you learn to summon Outsiders I have no idea.
Well, I have SOME idea.
Actually, I have a pretty damned good idea.
Look, can we just forget this question?
Anonymous asked: Have you ever heard about that witch, Rachel Morgan? She, too, has a vampire friend, issues with authority and a great deal of sass. Thoughts?
I think I’d just prefer not to cross her. Like, ever. Not only does Rachel seem to bend the magic rules even more than I do, her vampire pal Ivy’d probably carve my heart out. Hyper-protective vampires are scary, man.
Anonymous asked: Harry, have you read any manga or watched any anime, as I am assuming that you would be in your geeky element with either of those things. Plus inspiration for creative uses of magic are abound within them.
I bend more to American comics world than manga and anime. May sound Strange (see that? Doc Strange reference) but it’s true.