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002-14

posted Thu, January 8, 2015

002-14
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view keiiii's profile

8th Jan 2015, 3:50 PM

keiiii

That face in the third panel, man. I want to squeeze his face. XD

This wraps up chapter 2.

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view alston123's profile

8th Jan 2015, 5:04 PM

alston123

Aw. He's so adorable. ^v^

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view Allzephyr's profile

8th Jan 2015, 7:04 PM

Allzephyr

Well, glad that's all sorted out. And now, adventure!

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view rufiangel's profile

9th Jan 2015, 5:27 AM

rufiangel

Awwww! Lovely chapter K :D GREAT faces in this page~!! Seriously, dat third panel face. XD Truly squishable.

And Danbi I luff you.

Looking forward to the next chapter :D <3

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9th Jan 2015, 2:02 PM

melaredblu

This is quite a unique way to show disparate cultural values. Usually in stories like this, I see the outsider accidentally do something that offends the local culture. It's much less common to see an outsider encounter something considered wrong or taboo and think nothing of it, but that's also been done. It's quite interesting to see him misunderstand the taboo thing in this instance and have a minor mental conflict over it, but for completely different reasons than than the locals expect, making him equally enigmatic to them.

Oh, and the art is pretty impressive, too. Sub'd!

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view keiiii's profile

11th Jan 2015, 2:55 AM

keiiii

Ooh, thank you so much for the insightful comment! <3 I don't actively try to be unique with these things; they seem to just happen that way when I let my characters be themselves. Hopefully I'll be successful with making the rest of the story interesting, too, whether it's "unique" or not.

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15th Nov 2015, 3:07 PM

The Doodler

So, I'm guessing being a plant magician is considered unmanly in this culture? Looks pretty hardcore through my cultural eyes. Poor kid. (Stunning art, btw.)

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view keiiii's profile

15th Nov 2015, 4:36 PM

keiiii

They've traditionally been a women's art for reasons I hope to explain later in the comic. :) And thank you!

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