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Oh, I forgot to mention, this is the end of double updates. See you next thursday.

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  • SamuFinland posted at April 28, 2016 8:32 am:

    Have you published any comic books yet?

  • SamuFinland posted at April 28, 2016 8:32 am:

    Have you published any comic books yet?

  • invisible posted at April 28, 2016 10:50 am:

    well double updates were nice as long as they lasted, thanks for the comic so far! the question now is… does Ephelia have money to spare for her own training? and btw she’s asking too much.. I better go back in the pages because until now I can’t get exactly how she met Lilly at all… she was attacked, she turned into a demon and fought off paladins, and that’s all I understood. how she ended up with Lilly hell if I knew

    • Bryana posted at April 29, 2016 5:20 am:

      Same here. I just remember she woke up after she hulked out and he seemingly was just…there, and apparently he has amnesia

      • LigerLychan posted at May 1, 2016 12:03 am:

        actually that is exactly what happened. she went sick-house on a bunch a paladins, woke up at a different location, at an as-of-yet undetermined point in time. we don’t know how long she was out, we don’t know how far away she was from the freakout point, and we don’t REALLY know anything about lily’s situation before meeting ephelia. what we DO know is what we [they] were told bouquin and since lily APPARENTLY has amnesia he’s not really a reliable source of information regarding the subject. all they know and by extension us is that ephelia defeated her pursuers (which we know to be fact) and that she rescued lily as well (which we do REALLY know) and now they are traveling as ephi dubbed herself lily’s protector (which we have seen already).

  • invisible posted at April 28, 2016 10:50 am:

    well double updates were nice as long as they lasted, thanks for the comic so far! the question now is… does Ephelia have money to spare for her own training? and btw she’s asking too much.. I better go back in the pages because until now I can’t get exactly how she met Lilly at all… she was attacked, she turned into a demon and fought off paladins, and that’s all I understood. how she ended up with Lilly hell if I knew

  • invisible posted at April 28, 2016 11:55 am:

    just came back from your tumbler pages… how old is Ephelia exactly and why did you choose for her to be flat? short haired flat princess… why?

    • The Meh posted at April 28, 2016 12:15 pm:

      Well those are definitely some interesting questions, if I’ve ever heard ’em…

      If you ask me, she looks more around the likes of 16 or maybe a year or two younger than that. And… asking about her being flat? A bit… much, if I dare say so myself.

      (Also, do recall, her hair was longer in the very beginning.
      …was…)

      • Ooorah posted at April 28, 2016 6:03 pm:

        Really? I had her pegged around 12-14 based on her stature and figure. Though I suppose 12 would probably be the standard starting age for a squire (when you can lift a sword without cutting off a finger).

        Hmm, looking it up now, it seems like it usually went:
        Age 7: Page
        Age 14ish: Squire

        I thought the implication would be that Lily there would train her (assuming he remembers how to pick up a sword without cutting off a finger).

  • invisible posted at April 28, 2016 11:55 am:

    just came back from your tumbler pages… how old is Ephelia exactly and why did you choose for her to be flat? short haired flat princess… why?

    • The Meh posted at April 28, 2016 12:15 pm:

      Well those are definitely some interesting questions, if I’ve ever heard ’em…

      If you ask me, she looks more around the likes of 16 or maybe a year or two younger than that. And… asking about her being flat? A bit… much, if I dare say so myself.

      (Also, do recall, her hair was longer in the very beginning.
      …was…)

      • Ooorah posted at April 28, 2016 6:03 pm:

        Really? I had her pegged around 12-14 based on her stature and figure. Though I suppose 12 would probably be the standard starting age for a squire (when you can lift a sword without cutting off a finger).

        Hmm, looking it up now, it seems like it usually went:
        Age 7: Page
        Age 14ish: Squire

        I thought the implication would be that Lily there would train her (assuming he remembers how to pick up a sword without cutting off a finger).

  • The Meh posted at April 28, 2016 12:11 pm:

    Well, damn. I really liked the double-update schedule. Although I wish you’d be able to keep it, I can understand your choice.

    Also, the comic’s really pulling itself in quite the direction… explaining a lot and pointing it to a single new location.
    …then there’s the bug…

    But yeah. Good stuff so far.

  • The Meh posted at April 28, 2016 12:11 pm:

    Well, damn. I really liked the double-update schedule. Although I wish you’d be able to keep it, I can understand your choice.

    Also, the comic’s really pulling itself in quite the direction… explaining a lot and pointing it to a single new location.
    …then there’s the bug…

    But yeah. Good stuff so far.

  • itblobboy posted at April 28, 2016 11:05 pm:

    I’ll miss you, bonus updates~

    I like the styles you went for with the second/third and last panel art, looks good in moderation.

  • itblobboy posted at April 28, 2016 11:05 pm:

    I’ll miss you, bonus updates~

    I like the styles you went for with the second/third and last panel art, looks good in moderation.

  • washu posted at April 29, 2016 7:49 pm:

    Giant tropical centipedes share their territories with tarantulas. Despite it’s impressive length, it’s a nimble navigator, and some can be highly venomous. As quick as lightning, just like the tarantula it’s killing, the centipede has two curved hollow fangs which inject paralyzing venom.
    Even tarantulas aren’t immune from an ambush.

    This centipede is a predator…

  • washu posted at April 29, 2016 7:49 pm:

    Giant tropical centipedes share their territories with tarantulas. Despite it’s impressive length, it’s a nimble navigator, and some can be highly venomous. As quick as lightning, just like the tarantula it’s killing, the centipede has two curved hollow fangs which inject paralyzing venom.
    Even tarantulas aren’t immune from an ambush.

    This centipede is a predator…

  • LigerLychan posted at May 1, 2016 12:06 am:

    that last panel…that is the expression people give you when you’ve officially asked too many questions or the wrong ones.

  • LigerLychan posted at May 1, 2016 12:06 am:

    that last panel…that is the expression people give you when you’ve officially asked too many questions or the wrong ones.

  • anonymouse posted at May 1, 2016 1:10 am:

    I’m calling it now – it’s a little primo with the appearance of a centipede captured in a jar 😀

  • anonymouse posted at May 1, 2016 1:10 am:

    I’m calling it now – it’s a little primo with the appearance of a centipede captured in a jar 😀

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