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posted Wed, June 19, 2019

028-10
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19th Jun 2019, 9:30 PM

keiiii

Update 2 of 2 this week.

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20th Jun 2019, 2:28 PM

Ovnuniarchos

Hello Daddy!

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23rd Jun 2019, 9:16 PM

...(RockB)

That was my first idea, too, but it seems too unlikely, for several reasons.

Meanwhile I wonder what would make you get on that list. Just possessing the power? Ethan has it, too, even though it apparently nearly killed him when he was using it involuntarily. Actually using it? It seems unlikely that a human who was not on Keol for long gained that much control of it, and he "saved" a little girl and was afraid to be found, so it seems unlikely that he was a bad guy. I'm at a loss here.

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26th Jun 2019, 9:58 PM

keiiii

They have to have pretty good reason(s) to believe you have eaten a wyrm, which greatly amplifies your powers/ your control over your powers. Every person who's legally eaten one is on a national registry. Nopsae (the lady here) is registered.

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26th Jun 2019, 10:35 PM

...(RockB)

Thank you. :)

(I may have a lot of minor questions all around this but I suspect you rather want to explain the details in-story.)

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27th Jun 2019, 11:50 AM

keiiii

Well, feel free to ask! If it's something that will be answered later in the comic, or that I can't answer for any other reason, I can just let you know that I can't answer.

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29th Jun 2019, 7:07 AM

...(RockB)

OK, they are some vague ideas I had.
- would it be possible to trick someone into eating a wyrm?
- or could one eat a wyrm by accident? (Since it seems to taste very bad, I doubt it)
- or was he forced to eat a wyrm, maybe in good intentions, maybe because his Dokkabi powers were so much out of control that he was about to be killed by them?
- how would they (the ones in power) learn, or develop a belief, about someone having eaten a wyrm? (The most logical answer seems to be that the wyrm-eater had showed his power. But the ones who gave the wyrm to him should have warned him not to do that, unless it was an accident.)
- since eating a wyrm is very illegal, where do the wyrms come from? (This question has a number of follow-up-thoughts and -implications, I mean, the fake wyrm-tea that shopkeeper tried to sell to Ethan contained a (fake) baby wyrm, so someone would need to breed wyrms and take the babies, in a legal way or not, and if illegal, how could this go unnoticed?)

I better stop here :D

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3rd Jul 2019, 10:34 PM

keiiii

Ohh yeah, those questions are in the spoiler territory. A relevant detail from the comic, though: all the way back in chapter 3, Danbi said wyrms were "the Queen's blessings." There is some truth to that, and we will see how all of this actually works!

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7th Jul 2019, 2:24 PM

...(RockB)

OK :) Knowing that these questions well get some attention in-comic is even better :)

(There might be something wrong with "my updates", I should hace seen this earlier. Strange...)

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11th Jul 2019, 8:18 PM

keiiii

(My Updates have always been a little weird for me, FWIW.)

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