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posted Wed, January 20, 2016

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view keiiii's profile

20th Jan 2016, 6:55 PM

keiiii

Power outage. She can't even call the power company to complain about it.

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view argylefox's profile

20th Jan 2016, 7:07 PM

argylefox

Wow, that is horrible.

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view keiiii's profile

20th Jan 2016, 7:17 PM

keiiii

Not a good thing for a traveling Elyath to be left defenseless in this world...

She's actually a strong melee fighter, but that's not going to be enough in some situations.

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view revzet's profile

20th Jan 2016, 7:12 PM

revzet

gurl its just a concussion trust me it'll be fine

sheesh

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view keiiii's profile

20th Jan 2016, 7:16 PM

keiiii

Just gotta put a band aid on the spot!

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view Allzephyr's profile

20th Jan 2016, 7:39 PM

Allzephyr

Well, this has been a disaster. I don't think they'll be including any of this in the report.

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view keiiii's profile

20th Jan 2016, 9:21 PM

keiiii

Yeah, I don't envy them for having to report back to their superiors after THIS...

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view alston123's profile

20th Jan 2016, 7:57 PM

alston123

Dang. That's rough. She has lost apart of what makes her..her. That's like someone unexpectedly loosing the ability to feel or speak, things that make us human.

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view keiiii's profile

20th Jan 2016, 9:22 PM

keiiii

Yep. In the Elyath home world, she would be as good as dead as the ability is necessary for survival. Here, she'll just... have to get used to it.... and find other ways to keep herself safe from the black market people >_>

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view Kevtrev's profile

21st Jan 2016, 10:39 AM

Kevtrev

Or the ability to draw :/
That would suuuuuck~

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view melaredblu's profile

21st Jan 2016, 12:20 AM

melaredblu

Interesting to see that in a world full of magical powers and metaphysical forces, physical trauma still has its place as a very credible hazard. And these people seem to understand the consequences of head injuries, which tells me they probably have a working grasp of anatomy and perhaps neurology. Is this just information she carried over from her world, or is Keol in general actually a place where medical knowledge is fairly thorough? Do humans in this setting also understand the risks of concussions? Then again, I could be underestimating ancient people in general. Even long ago, people did seem to understand that protecting the brain is important. Either way, this is pretty thought-provoking even if I seem to be focusing on all the wrong details. Must...engage...the drama!

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view keiiii's profile

21st Jan 2016, 2:07 AM

keiiii

I think Keol is a lot like South Korea in the 60s in some aspects. Fairly advanced medical care is available in select few locations, at a premium. The difference between urban and rural areas is staggering, as people, goods AND information travel very slowly. I can't wait till we get to one of the more developed cities in the comic!

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view NeilKapit's profile

25th Jan 2016, 11:16 PM

NeilKapit

While she was hardly the most pleasant being, human or Elyath, I can't imagine how traumatic this kind of loss must be, and I can't help but feel sympathy.

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view keiiii's profile

26th Jan 2016, 11:17 PM

keiiii

It probably also helps that for once, her reactions are within reasonable bounds.

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