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Hi Skidd, I spotted a typo in panel 4 bubble 3: “you’ve been limping THE whole way”.

His mimic sure reminds me of how to train your dragon.

The emphasis would be on “whole”
as in “you’ve been limping the WHOLE way.” the whole is raised and the way is softer then the rest of the sentence, similar to but different from a questioning tone of voice.

See? Just because I have Asperger’s Syndrome doesn’t mean I’m incapable.

I love Claire’s face in panel 3, also I was wondering, when Scrab is in his “animal form” are any items retrievable or does he have to transform back into backpack mode, and if they are, does he hack them up or do you have to pull them out?

I just hope Farron won’t shove his hand into Scrab’s mouth orrr.. Any other holes in particular, to get the stuff he needs out.. >.>

Just back away slowly Kibbles. Claire is having a mental break down.
Claire’s tendency to explain everything reminds me of the book “Mountains of Madness”. Sometimes Claire, things can’t always be explained no matter how curious you are. Otherwise, you’ll go mad. Completely, I mean.

Also noticed a typo in what’s Claire’s saying in 2nd panel, unkown, should be unknown, and I hope that’s not Mason’s arm scrab spit out.

Oh good, confirmation that he murdered town guards attempting to stop him after he committed theft. I was already sort of sick of him and how no one in this group was treating like the piece of shit he is, and how they react here will either make or break the believability of this entire story for me.

Well, he just did get griped out by Sesame and beat up by Mason. Kibs even yelled at him when he was attempting to steal the caravan – just because she’s showing some empathy for him here doesn’t mean he’s “forgiven”. It’s just in Kibbles nature to help others. As for murder goes, Scrab has a mind of his own. It’s a tamed monster, but a monster none the less. It was just meant to be some dark humor added in.

He released it on them knowing what it would do. Its nature doesn’t absolve his intent. He’s responsible for it. There’s a line between dark humor and the party condoning the murder of an innocent man. This is definitely making me uncomfortable with the tone of the comic, if something like that can just be tossed out as a joke that won’t actually have any consequences.

Who’s to say that arm even belonged to one of the guards? Suffice to say, this comic is gonna have conflict. (Refer back to page 3 when we did the same thing with the dark humor.. and then touched up on it again later.) If THIS is gonna make or break the comic for you, and you can’t stand the idea of there being cause and effect popping up here and there through-out the comic, then this comic is not for you.

I get that. I was just voicing my concerns. There’s a point where people would logically stop associating with someone or even take action against them. As far as the party knows, Farron just caused the death of at least one innocent person, or at the very least grievous, life-threatening injury. It would take some amazing moral apathy to continue treating him like an ally after that. I’ll wait and see how it plays out, because I’ve enjoyed the comic so far.

“Remiss” is an adjective, not a verb. But Kibbles is likely not to know that, so I don’t blame the cartoonists.

It’s not supposed to be a verb it is supposed to be an adjective. Remised means: lacking care or attention to duty; negligent… Don’t see how that is supposed to be a verb.

What she is saying is she would not be doing her job if she didn’t ask him if she could heal him, because her job is a healer.

The “-ed” implies the conjugation of a verb. At any rate, dictionaries (including Chrome’s) don’t recognize “remissed,” only “remiss,” as in “I’d be remiss if…”

-ed implies past tense

So you are right. It does turn it into a verb, but that only proves you can still use it in a sentence.

past participle of remiss (verb)
past indicative (I,you,he,she,it,we,they) of remiss (verb)

So In the case of the sentence it still fits ๐Ÿ˜›

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