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posted 4th Jul 2015, 9:44 AM

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4th Jul 2015, 9:44 AM

Gillian Renk

And so concludes Chapter 3! I hope you all enjoyed it! I'll be running another week of guest comics and art (a few of which will have some language warnings on them, hah), and then we'll dive back into Chapter 4.

Have a nice July 4th, if that's a thing you celebrate, otherwise enjoy your weekend!

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4th Jul 2015, 9:52 AM


Looks like that's gonna haunt her.

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5th Jul 2015, 3:53 PM


Indeed... though the look on the one being run through says that they didn't think that would happen for some reason.

Damn Squishy Mages and their lack of knowledge concerning how melee combat works.

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view LadyArrowsmith's profile

10th Jul 2015, 10:42 PM


OMG. Cliff hanger!!! Can't wait until next update! This is just so good!!

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21st Sep 2015, 4:42 AM


that is what happens to a mage when he forgets that he is long range DPS, not a melle tank.

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view kyrtuck's profile

11th Oct 2016, 11:35 AM


The first cut is the deepest, baby I know...

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view StLOrca's profile

8th Feb 2018, 10:27 PM


Yeah...that’s gonna leave a mark.

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3rd Aug 2020, 1:13 PM


In chapters one and two, every authority figure Seyn meets is immediately receptive to the concerns about the ghosts. Of course, that trend couldn't last, and in chapter three Seyn faces opposition from not one, but two wizards.

Oh, and we now know that the mysterious villain, whoever they are, has sun mages working for them in addition to earth mages.

On the other hand, the absence of both Les and J make me feel like something is missing from this chapter.

But perhaps the most interesting part of the chapter is when Seyn ends up on the other end of the same sort of prejudice she herself has felt in the past. In Seyn's village, earth mages are a marginalized group, while sun mages are revered. But in Genda's homeland, the anti-earth mage bigotry that Seyn is used to also extends to work against sun mages. Some people don't fully appreciate how damaging prejudice can be until they are on the wrong end of it.

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