What I imagine being short is like.
I forgot to mention this on the previous page, but when characters talk with "< >" around their dialogue, it is a different language. One day (end of this chapter?), I'll make a little world building sheet all about that. But for now, "<>" means that the average soldier cannot understand what their saying. It should be pretty apparent especially during a later scene in the chapter, but just in case anyone was wondering what all that was about.
In other news, it should be pretty obvious with all the Spiderforest branding all over the site now, but Black Shallows was accepted in the 2018 submissions round! Everyone is super supportive and there are so many cool comics over there! We're highlighting 4 new comics every week sooooo the batch this week is......
Northwind: Angels Tiel and Iax accidentally release the Northwind, which results in their banishment to Earth. Watch as they hilariously learn to fit in with humans, dodge the Northwind, and discover a potentially earth-shattering demon plot.
The Stoop-Gallants: When Ru drunkenly discovers his necromantic powers one night, his life is irreversibly changed and he embarks on a quest to get rid of his desiccated new companion, meeting a colorful cast of knights, wizards and scholars with mysterious cheese allergies.
Flaky Pastry: Follow the unlikely adventures of three room mates: Marelle, Nitrine and Zintiel. Silliness and situational comedy, with a healthy dose of adventure, action, romance and outright craziness.
Ingress Adventuring Co.: Saving the world is a pretty big deal, but what do you do when no one needs you anymore? Do you become a magic professor? Do you study a convoluted thesis that no one understands? Maybe you relive the glory days by starting up a one-man adventuring party to gather mystical artifacts for people who may or may not pay you.
Or, if you're Toivo Kissa, you do all of those things.