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Mason uses Uncharacteristic Rage!

there is an old adage (which happens to be true more often than not)
the people who are the calmest and most peaceful most of the time (Mason, in this case)
are the ones who are the worst when they’re angry.

remember, not only is Mason bigger than Sesame, he also has her ‘enhanced strength’.
Nobody-repeat- Nobody better mess with him in his angered mood

Umm…No. I’m sorry, but no. Mason has absolutely no grounds right now to be angry as Sesame. The only grounds I’ve seen is that she wasn’t there with the cart…but that’s because she was delivering the shipment with Claire. At no point did she ever do anything anywhere near what Farron’s done to elicit him blaming her, and him getting just as angry at her really just seems to exist to create drama between the characters which is just bad writing.

Sesame hasn’t done a particularly good job guarding the caravan. Granted she is only being paid by given transport – but Mason feels Sesame isn’t trustworthy at this point. As stated before in page 116 – he feels she isn’t doing a good job back then either.
Also consider Mason is really upset at this point, the caravan being crashed – almost losing one of his pets and then these two squabbling. He’s kind of reached the end of his rope – he’s not being too rational at the moment.

That STILL doesn’t justify him getting as angry at her as he is with Farron. If we’re dealing with emotions, the current situation is entirely Farron’s fault. In fact, the first time? With Dante? She prevented her from stealing anything from the cart, and the only thing that was lost was her sword. Regardless of irrationality, that should bloody well resonate with him enough to counter any loss of trust. There isn’t any justification in the story for him to be as angry with her as he is with Farron, and quite simply the way this is going it’ll focus on her entirely because…reasons.

Nobody said he’s as angry with her as he is Farron. Patience is a virtue with these things ๐Ÿ™‚

I agree on both accounts. I don’t feel she is nearly as responsible,or why he is blaming her. But I can see where irrational anger can spread to the nearest moving objects.

On a side note, the dialogue between Farron and Sesame went as I thought it might, and unless Mason intervenes again… may only be postponed.

Heh, you can’t wreck and go, rat-face… but we’ll see exactly what Mason blames S for… there is kinda a long list of things that he has looked the other way on… as you do when your friends get you indirectly into trouble.

I’m guessin’ he doesn’t have to do much here… except indicate that this is nowhere near what he looks like when really pissed off. Ses may well react to the hurt she caused… and Farron is hopefully smart enough not to escalate.

excellent all round… and a story worth waiting for.

I don’t know if this is true, but I heard deer, especially large ones, can beat the shit out of people.
Either by using their hooves and ramming their horns…
I just hope Farron knows his boundaries otherwise he’s gonna get a whole world a’ fury.

Ehhhhhh….Not really seeing how he can blame Farron and Sesame the same. Pretty much the ENTIRE reason the cart got crashed was all Farron. He stole something (so the guards were following them), hijacked the cart, AND sent a giant monster at the guards that scared the beasts pulling the cart into losing control. How is it Sesame’s fault? The fact that she wasn’t there to guard a cart when she wasn’t asked to be standing next to it? Yeah. Okay.

It’s because she didn’t throw Farron off when she had a chance, she also lost her sword which doesn’t help with her keeping the caravan safe. Mason barely knows her and what he has seen- she hasn’t been the most responsible. Mason isn’t being particularly reasonable now, just really pissed off things have gone so awry. He’s not as mad at Sesame as he is Farron – but it’s kind of boiling over to her too- given she is just standing there bickering.

I’d say Mason’s rage is totally justified. Farron hijacking their caravan for his own selfish reasons was a dick move on his part, and while Sesame’s intentions are good, the road to hell is paved with good intentions. She hasn’t really given Mason much reason to believe she is capable of protecting his caravan as promised. Poor Mason has had a really bad trip, and even the sweetest of sweethearts have their boiling point. Given what he’s been through at this point, he deserves to let off some steam! Skidd, Phuufy, I love this comic so much, you give me plenty of great, complex, and well developed characters to psycho-analyze and for that I thank you both!

is it me or does everyone in this comic at some point go full Batman mode at some point or another….which is actually pretty awesome.

Seeing sesame angry is a given and it’s understandable for mason at this point.
we haven’t seen Kibs angry yet…
have we?

Notice I did say “Yet”.
Kibbles is the peace maker in this group, so I dread what happens when SHE gets angry.
Looks like Mason, Farron, and Sesame need some of her ‘peacemaking’.

How would I feel?

…Well, unsurprised. I mean, look at this, this marble-ass sculpture that is my flawless figure. Everyone falls in love with it.

(Also I love that Art’s reaction is simultaneously a total dick move, the absolute wrong way to handle the situation, and kind of understandable all at once.)

His sister’s not doing such a hot job of handling this either. “I wanted to get to know you again, so I baited you into making out with your relative.” does not a very convincing argument make.

It’s true that her actions are… kind of completely fucked-up. But to be fair, so is she (from the sound of it). She’s seeking help in the only way she knows how, and Art’s responding by fleeing from anything that doesn’t immediately suit his worldview. It’s the sort of thing that he will tear himself up over with guilt later, but that makes enough sense in the moment that I’m not palming my face with his stupidity. Particularly because I can’t honestly say I would have responded any differently.

See, this is why we need more writers in the furry fandom. How often do you see this sort of thing happening? There should be like… workshops and shit.

Next on Our World:

Art joins the others, only to find their house destroyed. They’re stunned, wondering what’s next.

The forlorn figure trailing him perks up: “You all can stay with me!”

“But” she adds with a sultry look at Art, “I only have one bed!”.

Art’s “I’LL SLEEP ON THE FLOOR!” will be in such a big font we’ll have to buy three more monitors to see it at once.

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