Just sayin’.

17 thoughts on “Page 71”

  1. Brian

    Ouch. Cold. If she learns from her mistakes, it is an epic tale. If she doesn’t, it’s a picaresque.

    • Apvogt

      She’s made some mistakes yeah, but he just isn’t helping in anyway. It be one thing if he was admonishing her in a constructive way. Like a mentor. But here he is just insulting her in a spiteful and disdainful way. I especially hate he he’s like,”Yeah I had an idea that would have helped out a lot, but I just decided not to mention it and let you charge the thing.” Seriously Bouquin, seriously?
      That said, I’ve never been a can of book burnings, but so far I’d be willing to make an exception for Bouquin.

  2. Brian

    Ouch. Cold. If she learns from her mistakes, it is an epic tale. If she doesn’t, it’s a picaresque.

    • Apvogt

      She’s made some mistakes yeah, but he just isn’t helping in anyway. It be one thing if he was admonishing her in a constructive way. Like a mentor. But here he is just insulting her in a spiteful and disdainful way. I especially hate he he’s like,”Yeah I had an idea that would have helped out a lot, but I just decided not to mention it and let you charge the thing.” Seriously Bouquin, seriously?
      That said, I’ve never been a can of book burnings, but so far I’d be willing to make an exception for Bouquin.

  3. Invisible

    to be honest the book has a point and still he’s not clean of guilt as well, I mean he’s not helping her at all he’s only insulting over and over and over, I mean from the very start he didn’t help her in anyway at all.
    I give her the credit she tried at least, and she was brave but her approach wasn’t right she’s a princess and she’s still learning! Bouquin please if you have nothing nice to say then keep it quiet!
    your writing is great so far! making the readers to feel pity for the protagonist and feel the urge to help her and support her, you’re doing very well! keep it coming!
    and she’s about to tear it apart

  4. Invisible

    to be honest the book has a point and still he’s not clean of guilt as well, I mean he’s not helping her at all he’s only insulting over and over and over, I mean from the very start he didn’t help her in anyway at all.
    I give her the credit she tried at least, and she was brave but her approach wasn’t right she’s a princess and she’s still learning! Bouquin please if you have nothing nice to say then keep it quiet!
    your writing is great so far! making the readers to feel pity for the protagonist and feel the urge to help her and support her, you’re doing very well! keep it coming!
    and she’s about to tear it apart

  5. githren

    he isnt helping because she doesnt listen. he advises her not to do something, she tells him ‘no knight hood’ he uses logic as she leaves him behind, closes him, or stick him in her pants. im with the book. stupidity.

  6. githren

    he isnt helping because she doesnt listen. he advises her not to do something, she tells him ‘no knight hood’ he uses logic as she leaves him behind, closes him, or stick him in her pants. im with the book. stupidity.

  7. Scia

    That last panel: some very true stuff there.

  8. Scia

    That last panel: some very true stuff there.

  9. Sark Hindsfowrd

    Real talk. Just sayian.

  10. Sark Hindsfowrd

    Real talk. Just sayian.

  11. Shiny

    Hey Bouquin, here’s an Idea: How about you actually try to keep her from getting killed.
    Unless you want to be stuck in the middle of the forest with a corpse until your pages decay.

  12. Someone

    You know…I gotta side with the book here. Since the beginning she has been acting like “I’m gonna become a Knight and save my family honor! If I wish with all my heart, that’s gonna be really easy!”. I mean…she thinks the world is just a fantasy. Sure, the book is being kind of an asshole, but she’s not listening to him either.

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