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OK, time for Modest to show this guy how we deal with that sort of thing in our world.
Why is she telling her class about how her aunt died?
More importantly, how does the Abolisher speak so well without lips?
That’s not a helmet?
I don’t think so. The helmet was blown off. What’s underneath is either an injury from it or it’s all scar tissue and the fairy was severely damaged at a different point…perhaps from a fire (Darth Vader fairy? 🙂 ). I’m guessing it’s the second since we don’t see any blood.
There is a little blood. But the New Abolisher has an old injury which left him without much of a face. Thats one of the reasons he wears a mask (the other being that all Abolishers wear one to hide their identity. But he’s like twice the size of other Fairies, so…)
traditional tell us what you did on vacation ritual.
now why any teacher is allowing this detailed of a story of this nature to go this far. that not sure.
only thing can think of is if the teacher thins its all made up.
I doubt they’re actually getting this level of detail. We’re 224 pages into this report and she only had like 3 to write it on.
To be fair, writing in text takes a lot less pages than a comic.
Somebody commented a few pages ago that of course we, the viewers, get to see what actually happened, but Modest’s actual report to her class is probably more like “over vacation I went back home, I saw my sisters and my aunt, everybody in town is really nice except one mean guy who caused a lot of trouble, then vacation was over and I came back, the end”.
Yeah, thats how the trope works. The viewer gets the full story, but the in-story audience only gets a recap.
I knew this was going to go badly. I swear whenever something seems triumphant or amazing in this comic, someone dies or something bad happens.
Come on girls! Get everyone on XBox’s back and hightail it out of there like your aunt asked (literally her dying wish).
^ As a tabletop gamer, can I say how annoying that is? “I’m going to do a self-sacrifice so you can all escape. …WHY ARE YOU NOT ESCAPING?!”
Hmm… Do you happen to use a certain role-playing forum with a purple logo? That perhaps has an entire subsection devoted to a particular medieval fantasy setting? Your screenname reminds me of a certain someone.
Possibly, possibly not. I am on a couple of sites/forums to discuss certain TTRPGS. Buut, I don’t use Draven there, so. I also don’t post often there, either.
Hmm… How about “Myrn?”
It’s probably happening really fast (and it’s hard for the girls to move seeing a parent figure getting taken out), but it is so frustrating.
It is all happening really fast.And the girl’s are trying to pick up and move their sister’s, but the girls are heavy and Ecksbocks can’t help because he doesn’t have hands.
…or spells that could help with that?
And the moral is: do not negotiate with fanatics.
*actual literal in real life gasp of horror*
Not sure if she’s out of the fight just yet….she has lived this long….perhaps she has other ways to attack.
Is that a death spell?
Actually that spell’s words kind of look like a portal. Is he teleporting her somewhere? If so, where?
That a bomb
It’s teleporting her to the afterlife
*Modest towards the class* : And that’s how my aunt was abolished. . .
*Basically the class* : O_o
DID YOU JUST KILL OFF AUNTIE NAGA!!!!???
Dear god, what’s with the Abolisher’s face?! His mask wasn’t torn before he charged her with the fire axe, and smacking him like that wouldn’t be enough to make it look like his flesh was burned/ripped off.
… Scarring from one of the fanatics’ rituals, maybe?
Yeah, we’d see more blood if it was from this battle. He’s probably a Darth Fairy. Maybe he has limb enhancements, too. Totally would explain his height.
Hmm… I don’t think this is over yet. Even if auntie dies, I think something’s gonna happen in the next page, or the one after. Not sure what, but definitely something.
Well, yeah. Modest gets back home alive, right? 😉
I am sooo hoping she isn’t dead
So am I. But I’m afraid that’s going to leave a nasty hole.
And to complete the whole religious allegory, The Abolisher goes full Judas Iscariot. Abolisher, I’ll be doing a happy dance in real life when Jake kills you off.
Some really nice art on this page. I mean, your art’s always enjoyable, but it shows that you put some extra effort into this sequence. Nice work.
Thanks. These pages have been a lot of work.
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