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#52 "Durgovaar"

11th Jul 2013, 2:44 PM
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#52 "Durgovaar"
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Gangerworld 11th Jul 2013, 3:01 PM edit delete reply
Gangerworld
Man I feel his anguish. He's trying to protect his son from a very bad outcome. This battle's been framed so well, dude.
Centcomm 11th Jul 2013, 3:06 PM edit delete reply
Centcomm
oh hes so dead.. or she will humilate him horribly..you know listening to your dad on occasion ISNT a bad thing!
Draginbeard 11th Jul 2013, 3:09 PM edit delete reply
Draginbeard
wow, very strong page. 4th panel is my favorite. Losing ones family to Wombat combat... ouch.
blatboy 11th Jul 2013, 3:13 PM edit delete reply
blatboy
Oh... this thickens! (like Goodwurst's Battlefield Butter!)
Songgu Kwon 11th Jul 2013, 3:33 PM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
Thanks folks! It'll take a while to churn but hopefully this story will have battlefield buttery flavor in the end.
dougwarner59 12th Jul 2013, 3:45 PM edit delete reply
dougwarner59
Yea, that's the reason you shouldn't go because she will kill you all!!!
Erador 12th Jul 2013, 9:13 PM edit delete reply
Guess they're not the brightest kids. ;-)
Dean Clark 13th Jul 2013, 9:16 PM edit delete reply
Dean Clark
Given Blackfeather bit off more than she could chew in this encounter, an easy victory wouldn't be so believable. But Durgo could intercede on Blackfeather's behalf, and then on his sons'. We haven't known the sons long enough yet to wring the maximum pathos out of their deaths, though that would certainly provide a shock. To paraphrase David Mamet paraphrasing Aristotle, the trick to a good resolution is make it to seem both inevitable, and a surprise.
Ensis 17th Jul 2013, 3:50 AM edit delete reply
Ensis
¡Epic!
Guesticus 2nd Dec 2013, 11:29 AM edit delete reply
Why must every death be full of 'pathos'?
Some are just simply pathetic
Songgu Kwon 11th Jan 2014, 7:01 AM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
Indeed!