Pt. 1 Ch. 4 - Page 5
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view MistakeNPotatoes's profile

18th Sep 2015, 10:15 AM

Back to uploading from work again - only for training though cause I'll be night shift when I start.

I won't need to worry about money for much longer, though, so theeeere's that.

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18th Sep 2015, 10:43 AM

Is it strange that I'm now reading Jaunts lines as a "slightly less crazy" snake-version of Jafar, from the Disney movie?

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view Miaubol's profile

18th Sep 2015, 11:51 AM

Oh nooooooooo that great disappoint in panel three.. xD

As always, the contrast between these two is just epic ;D

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18th Sep 2015, 1:23 PM

I doubt this is terribly relevant to the story, so I'll come right out and ask; are Shamblers and Byakhees related species? I notice that both Jaunt and Jack have those distinctive head-spikes on the backs of their skulls, as well as the interesting blend of inner teeth and a relatively rigid "beak." Just wondering.

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18th Sep 2015, 5:35 PM

Good question! The answer from me is probably not! I don't think there's much indication that they're at all related, no, and the Shamblers themselves have very little representation in literature, official or otherwise.

Their design similarities can be attributed to me making decisions early in the development of the comic before I could execute on the level I can today, so, when I'm drawing the two of them I kinda notice it and cringe a bit, but there is actually a story reasoning for a few similarities that will be revealed later :)

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view Xylas_Incarnum's profile

18th Sep 2015, 10:10 PM

Time for Jaunt to bust out that little black book of favors that are owed to him for this trip?

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view sigpig's profile

19th Sep 2015, 10:10 AM

From Panel 2 of the last page to Panel 1 of this page, Jack's wounds seem to have healed completely. Is this a result of Jaunt's healing magic, a deliberate omission, or an "oops"? Considering that the wounds were still puckered-in and glowing, and the conversation (in real-time) would last about 15 seconds, that's some DAMN fast healing!

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view MistakeNPotatoes's profile

19th Sep 2015, 11:45 AM

It was actually an art error! I caught it the morning I went to work and I was like "Well I'll just fix it later" lol.

Good catch though - I haven't fully explained how that 'healing' worked but I will get to it, heh.

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view zaika's profile

24th Sep 2015, 11:05 AM

Aw man...that's not fair. He should get to go!

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