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(I don't think we need to mention Tedd's thinking he's impaired, but perhaps better describe what's with the data?)
 
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'''Tedd's Glove''' is a glove which [[Tedd]] uses to program [[Magic Watch|magic watches]]. Tedd never explains it, so we can only speculate about its functionality. It is certainly a different object from [[Tedd's Gauntlet]] (not only does it look different, but we have confirmed it by [[Daniel Elliot Shive|Dan]])<ref name="2012-11-23">{{EGS-link|2012|11|23}}</ref>, but it may still have similar functionality of storing magical energy - or it may be a more complicated magic device. It doesn't seem to need a connection to computer to be used, although it may simply connect wirelessly.
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'''Tedd's Glove''' (not to be confused with [[Tedd's Gauntlet]].<ref name="2012-11-23">{{EGS-link|2012|11|23}}</ref>)is a glove which [[Tedd]] uses to program [[Magic Watch|magic watches]]. It was also called the glove of enchanting at least once by Dan.<ref>Commentary of {{EGS-link|story2|2364|2017|06|23}}</ref> Tedd intended to build it as device capable of enchant watches using computer by itself, only using the wielder as power source. However, [[Pandora]] told him that it's Tedd's ability of being a [[seer]] that enchants the watches and while the technology helps with preparing and holding data shaping the spell, so the glove would enchant with exact spell as described by those data, it would not work for anyone who isn't also seer (or possibly wandmaker).<ref>{{EGS-link|story2|2368|2017|07|03}}</ref>
   
 
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We first see the glove when [[Grace]] leaves to secretly meet [[Adrian Raven]] in [[Death Sentence 4 (story line)|Death Sentence 4]].<ref>{{EGS-link|2011|12|08}}</ref> After that, we are supposed to first see the glove when Tedd prepares watches with cat form for [[Sarah]].<ref>{{EGS-link|2012|10|17}}</ref> We first see it to program watches when Tedd prepares non-furry cat form.<ref name="2012-11-23">{{EGS-link|2012|11|23}}</ref>
 
We first see the glove when [[Grace]] leaves to secretly meet [[Adrian Raven]] in [[Death Sentence 4 (story line)|Death Sentence 4]].<ref>{{EGS-link|2011|12|08}}</ref> After that, we are supposed to first see the glove when Tedd prepares watches with cat form for [[Sarah]].<ref>{{EGS-link|2012|10|17}}</ref> We first see it to program watches when Tedd prepares non-furry cat form.<ref name="2012-11-23">{{EGS-link|2012|11|23}}</ref>
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It seems that Tedd is preparing the spell on the computer, transfers the data to glove and the spell then works exactly as those data describe. Pandora mentions that it's a way to more easily customize spells ; it's even possible that some spells (clone forms ?) would be too complicated to program otherwise.
   
 
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== References ==

Latest revision as of 03:37, March 18, 2020

Glove

Tedd's Glove (not to be confused with Tedd's Gauntlet.[1])is a glove which Tedd uses to program magic watches. It was also called the glove of enchanting at least once by Dan.[2] Tedd intended to build it as device capable of enchant watches using computer by itself, only using the wielder as power source. However, Pandora told him that it's Tedd's ability of being a seer that enchants the watches and while the technology helps with preparing and holding data shaping the spell, so the glove would enchant with exact spell as described by those data, it would not work for anyone who isn't also seer (or possibly wandmaker).[3]


Usage Edit

We first see the glove when Grace leaves to secretly meet Adrian Raven in Death Sentence 4.[4] After that, we are supposed to first see the glove when Tedd prepares watches with cat form for Sarah.[5] We first see it to program watches when Tedd prepares non-furry cat form.[1]

It seems that Tedd is preparing the spell on the computer, transfers the data to glove and the spell then works exactly as those data describe. Pandora mentions that it's a way to more easily customize spells ; it's even possible that some spells (clone forms ?) would be too complicated to program otherwise.

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 EGS Main Story Comic for 2012-11-23
  2. Commentary of EGS Main Story Comic for 2017-06-23
  3. EGS Main Story Comic for 2017-07-03
  4. EGS Main Story Comic for 2011-12-08
  5. EGS Main Story Comic for 2012-10-17
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