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Call Of Honor, p2

March 27, 2023 by Tim


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Eldest Gruff
Eldest Gruff
11 months ago

Viking funeral. Respectful. Honorable. Good choice.

leduk
leduk
11 months ago
Reply to  Eldest Gruff

Meh. Nero did it before.

Last edited 11 months ago by leduk
Dan from IT
Dan from IT
11 months ago
Reply to  leduk

But Vikings made it cool

Lou Montana
Lou Montana
11 months ago

Now that’s the Ethan I know.

Last edited 11 months ago by Lou Montana
Gonfrask
Gonfrask
11 months ago

No, think in the fire wastes, molten plastic and all of that…Ethan, break it in bits and to the recycle bin

GUNnibal
GUNnibal
11 months ago

Now this is some hot merchandise!

evilleet
evilleet
11 months ago

Not sure about the laws in this made up city, but i am pretty sure that legally he is supposed to just give it back. Since there is a papertrail to their shop anyway.

Gnarph
Gnarph
11 months ago
Reply to  evilleet

Its an unpopular opinion to be sure; I would say as a lay person its probably a form of embezzlement or theft by finding. Legally its a grey area, but ethically and as a person who is trying to uphold the law as a vigilante, Ethan is honor bound to hand the goods over to the rightful owners.

There’s nothing wrong with dreaming up wonderful ways of not doing so but the current sequence is called ‘The Call of Honor’ not ‘The Call of Flamethrower’… unfortunately.

Eodyne
Eodyne
11 months ago
Reply to  Gnarph

Nothing says they have to give it back RIGHT away.
Could be days before they “realize…”

evilleet
evilleet
11 months ago
Reply to  Eodyne

yeah… accidentally got put in storage under a box of other games and since ethan was too busy playing games, inventory was not done in time.
Happens all the time in that shop it seems :p

PapaVanTwee
PapaVanTwee
11 months ago
Reply to  Gnarph

The game they got is called “The Call of Honor”. I figured it was a mix of “Call of Duty” and “Medal of Honor”.

Eldest Gruff
Eldest Gruff
11 months ago
Reply to  PapaVanTwee

Yes, but to have that be the title, highly suggests there is a double meaning.

Crias
Crias
11 months ago
Reply to  evilleet

There may not be a paper trail – if all the paperwork says the right address and it just got dropped at the wrong one, it’s very possible no one would ever know. Maybe the courier company logs the drop-off and there’s a GPS location in a database somewhere associated with that specific package, but even then you’re already in the realm of human error so feigning ignorance might work. Of course, legally and ethically we’re in pretty deep waters. We probably always are when we start thinking along the lines of what we can get away with. Probably best… Read more »

Eric the White
Eric the White
11 months ago
Reply to  evilleet

Actually its the fault of the carrier. Ethically Ethan would be wrong, but legally speaking he’s under no obligation to return them. https://definitions.uslegal.com/m/misdelivery/ – again assuming their law and US law matches up.

Last edited 11 months ago by Eric the White
LudoLads
LudoLads
11 months ago
Reply to  evilleet

If he just goes and hand delivers it to the right store, with no paper trail, could they not then claim that their package was never received, and then the documentation from the delivery company shows wrongful delivery to Ethan’s store?

Probably simpler (and legally better) for Ethan to tape it back up, stick it under the counter, and wait for the courier to come back around asking about it.

Jedi
Jedi
11 months ago

And classic Ethan is back 🙂

Ray
Ray
11 months ago

Zeke is watching.
What the guys decide will determine the fate of the world.

DeathUriel
DeathUriel
11 months ago
Reply to  Ray

Don’t you dare Dishonored this comic. Ffs.

Boab
Boab
11 months ago

Bill them for storage.

Kat
Kat
11 months ago

I would put it back in the mail. Cheapest postage possible of course. Did the right thing but still screws the timing for the recepient

Jacob
Jacob
11 months ago
Reply to  Kat

Underpay postage as well, then they require payment prior to turning it over.

Andrew
Andrew
11 months ago

Return to sender. He is not obligated to send a package on due to courier mishandling. Returning it to the sender is the contractual obligation, not the societal one.

MercuryGreen
MercuryGreen
11 months ago

End of the business day, make a vague call that you have something for them on their voicemail.

Repeat every few days until release day and drop it off in the morning after they open. “We called you SEVERAL TIMES…”

Verdiekus
Verdiekus
11 months ago

Yes Ethan, fire is your friend….

Crestlinger
Crestlinger
11 months ago

Big company that their competitors are, do what you Like with this. Nobody and nothing said it was the Only box Megajerk had on delivery to them and would be a good twist if Ethan ultimately does decide to drop it off: ‘Oh that’s where those went, you can put it over there with the rest next to the big guy with the actual live flamethrower prop.’

SGT Lewis
SGT Lewis
11 months ago

Of all the wonderful, horrible things that could be done, the one with the most likely beneficial outcome is to deliver the goods unharmed to your rival.

TRwolf2k
TRwolf2k
11 months ago

I want to be a guy in the Megagame store when Ethan brings them in. Just so I can record the shenanigans about to happen. For some reason I feel like he is going to walk out of there having sold them their own games due to rudeness and incompetence.