Pt. 1 Ch. 6 - Page 6
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MistakeNPotatoes
10th Jun 2016, 10:30 AM

Ugh this page. We're starting to get into the territory of pages made while I've been sorta depressed so I'm less pleased with the quality here..

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T_Deines
10th Jun 2016, 10:34 AM

Yeoo, wouldn't have known!
In fact, I'd say it is a strong page for thinking it isn't as good as the others

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Taily
10th Jun 2016, 10:41 AM

Heheheh I remember discussing this page!! It honestly looks great, don't feel down about it!
Good ol' Freddy Neetsee.

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MistakeNPotatoes
10th Jun 2016, 12:47 PM

Neee.. eeet zeee?

Thank you, though, I just need some time to crawl out of my hole, I guess :')

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ProfEtheric
10th Jun 2016, 11:49 AM

Oh boy... here comes the Nietzsche...

Page looks just fine, man. It has a bit of a "bridge" quality to the story parts here, but those bits are necessary, too. (I feel the "ugh" every time I have to drop one.)

I hope the depression part has gotten better. If it hasn't, it will.

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MistakeNPotatoes
10th Jun 2016, 12:50 PM

Aw yeah, philosophies of nihilist west!

I'm actually okay with getting back to dialogue and story, especially after last chapter. Hwagh. Hwagh encapsulates how I feel about a whole chapter of fighting, haha.

It hasn't really, I just need to find a way to crawl out of it this time. You guys help out though, so thank you :)

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Holodrum
10th Jun 2016, 12:29 PM

I can't speak to any dip in quality, because as far as I can see you've just kept getting better since the beginning, so I will just say that I love the character interactions between post-human abominations. One question though. Have we questioned why Al has 4 fingers, but all the others only have 3?

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MistakeNPotatoes
10th Jun 2016, 12:52 PM

Thanks, Holo - you've been here since near the start so you have a good eye for that kinda thing, haha!

And it's not really a question I've asked, or been asked. Really it comes down to character design - Hugh and Marco are large and have large hands, drawing full four fingers on big hands can be kinda tricky without making it look wonky. Barry and Al both have 'normal' hands though, it's not something I did with any deliberation beyond making things suck less to draw, heh :')

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MadJak91
10th Jun 2016, 5:14 PM

Nietzsche was thinking too much. Just like every philosopher ever but... they kinda became weird after the Greek ones said what was actually needed.
There is that famous Monty Python sketch about this. How they play football.

I think it was him who said good people are destined to suffering. Maybe someone else. Hm.

Anyway. Hugh, do not read that :D
Have a cup of good coffee. That is better.

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MistakeNPotatoes
10th Jun 2016, 7:27 PM

I love that comment on it's own XD

"Nietzsche was thinking too much." - Madjak 2016

It's true, he did analyze an awful lot but I do identify with some of the stuff he said. I don't think any one philosopher has the correct viewpoint, but if you take in what works for you from all the different ones you can find your own philosophy :D

He did basically say that moral people are destined to suffer, so.. yes, maybe not the best thing for Hugh's happiness XD

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Ahakarin
11th Jun 2016, 1:40 AM

Interesting...

A Deep One's commentaries on the philosophies of essentially -the- nihilist. The difference in perspective has to be telling – I’d imagine that the existence of the divine becomes difficult to question in such a state. Yet, it still raises so many more questions about the -nature- therein…

We’ve already seen the amphibious-to-be question the nature of their being, and everyone suffered a major, unprecedented defeat. A little introspection is hardly uncalled for. Albert here explicitly called on the divine for help, and for his trouble watched the secrets he lived to protect ride out of town on a stolen motorbike. A little Nietzsche is hardly inappropriate in such a situation.

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MistakeNPotatoes
13th Jun 2016, 1:41 PM

Wow, you're really on the mark :D

I'm glad you find it so appropriate, heh. I like it when all these moving pieces work together.

Thank you, again, Ahakarin :)

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Bob Mozark
11th Jun 2016, 9:05 AM

Due to popular demand, the Book-of-the-Month Club is now offering a special subscription service for residents of Innsmouth. Each month you will receive a special waterproofed edition of one of Friedrich Nietzsche insightful works on life and existence.

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MistakeNPotatoes
13th Jun 2016, 1:42 PM

Pffhaha, I think the majority of them only follow the book of Dagon. This Albert though, he's a REBEL!

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Travis
11th Jun 2016, 10:28 AM

When I'm feeling low, there's nothing better than putting on some Kansas "Dust in the wind" and curling up with some Nietzche and my old hunting rifle..

Just kidding, I have more of the transcendentalist, Quiet Desperation kind of funks..

It's a good page though. You need solid ground pages to jump to the heights of excitement later. And character building is always good.

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MistakeNPotatoes
13th Jun 2016, 1:44 PM

Oh my god XD

Yeah, sounds like you enter a state very similar to my own. I'm really sorry to hear it :(

I'm working to get over it though, the encouragement is always helpful. Thank you, man :)

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