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Damn, that’s hitting below the belt.
Sorry, folks, if you want to know why this comic is late, it’s because I was so tired my ASS was SORE. Literally, not figuratively. But now I’ve got mojo back and am colorizing.
Hmm. I think this is a Evil-Overlord-List-#7 situation.
When I’ve captured my adversary and he says, “Look, before you kill me, will you at least tell me what this is all about?” I’ll say, “No.” and shoot him. No, on second thought I’ll shoot him then say “No.”
Remember, Mori, this isn’t an academic discussion, this is a frontal assault. There’s no actual reason to play the thing’s game.
Not always an option, because on the mental plane physical force is symbolic at best. That’s why all the mental battles in Dragon Doctors have taken the form of arguments instead of Dragonball Z beam-o-wars (which is how Dominic Deegan handled it)
That said…stay tuned. Mua ha ha ha ha ha ha.
Ah, I see. Fair enough – and I certainly will!
mori’s coloration in the header is interesting. and ominous given this storyline.
It’ll be even more ominous once I colorize this comic because Mori’s lost her coloration EVEN IN THE FLASHBACK.
Hmm I just thought of something. Sarin told Mori her original name, considering how important symbols are to magic in this world how powerful is a true name gone unused? And how weakened does someone’s identity become if part of it is erased from the world’s memory? I’d comment on the last question, but there would be a minirant.
“Because you were nice to me” is ALWAYS a good answer to that question, demon-soul thief. After all, Mori was nice to Sarin when Sarin was still a bit of a jerk coming out of the tree-transformation.
As an existentialist, this whole debate is laughable. If someone came to me and told me that my whole life was not real, and I was a figment of someone’s imagination, my response would be “So what? It’s real enough to me, and that’s all that matters.”
An existentialist accepts that the world has no inherent meaning… that meaning is not inherent to objects, and reality is what you define it to be. This circular nature of the definition of reality allows one to simply enjoy the simple things in life without worrying about complex metaphysical problems because ultimately they don’t matter… unless you want them to. Because existentialists define the meaning of their own life, and take full responsibility for their own definition of life and reality, and only accept influence from actors that they choose to accept influence from.
Very good. I should also mention that this form of attack would not work on all people. Sarin would laugh it off for all the reasons you mentioned and Kili wouldn’t be hurt by it either.
Holy crap. That’s one of the nastiest attacks I’ve ever seen. I wonder if it’ll stick and this is really the end or if it won’t.
why do they love you? why does anyone love anyone.
Can [i]anyone[/i] define why someone loves them?
I think not.
Love is love. It’s only defining characteristic is that it cannot be defined.
That’s not fair! No-one knows the answer to that question!
Why not? It’s not the most useful answer, but it can give her stronger footing.
I did find it odd that Sarin wanted to marry Mori as more than a strong whim, since they were “friends and occasional bedmates” for years and Sarin doesn’t seem the type, but you (Speedball) know your characters better than I do.
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