I’m sure we all saw this coming, all I can hope for is that the girls scorn her later for it.
I don’t know why she should be scorned? I mean she is only using her power to stay in the game, not win the game. that she is doing on her own.
She’s still doing it for personal gain. She doesn’t have to be playing basketball officially for the school period. Also what she’s doing is different than what Pan’s doing. Pan is tricking people into ignoring these mystical pregnancies. He’s giving ’em a plausable explanation for an implausable situation. Taryn is completely overriding people’s better judgement. Think of it as Pan’s nudging vs. Taryn’s punch.
Yeah, that’s basically what I’m getting at. Like using her powers to stop those crooks, and keep people out of harms way, completely acceptable. But she keeps abusing it just to get her way despite other people’s better judgment. Even if it was fake, if you’re pretending to be pregnant, you kinda stay from excessive activity. Besides, I don’t think Pan’s used his power on this team, just people they come in contact often…so they probably think they’re going against a pregnant chick.
I somehow think that the powers that be like Taryn because of her uncanny ability to handle her own issues rather then having to have pan come in and constantly fix their screw ups lol.
Beautiful last and first panel but I agree with the others that what she doing isn’t exactly fair.
How are they going to explain the babies when they are born by the way? I mean yeah everyone is convinced they are fake, but won’t babies complicate things?
I’m surprised she doesn’t go as far as to use her powers on the other team.
Not to cheat and win mind you, but to make them ‘ok’ with it too.
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