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new update, yes. The letter at the beginning was a delight to read, even thought the cursive penmanship was hard to read. That twig concept seems so cliche nowadays: you try to sneak around someone or something, and then you step on a stray twig and alert the crooks or rabid dogs to your presence. I’m pretty sure it happened in an area devoid of trees or bushes at some point.

Do Fera elk shed their antlers? Will Mason be able to grow back new ones, thus fixing the missing piece?

Why should Mason apologize for something that was totally justified?

How exactly was nearly killing him justified? Mason hit him hard enough to cause internal bleeding, then came just shy of pulping his head. Or hey, how about the whole “You’re going to do whatever I tell you on threat of brutal beating” thing? That’s hardly the sort of behavior that should be painted in a positive light. Yeah, Farron was definitely the instigator of the scenario and deserved punishment, but Mason went overboard with the full-on aggressor response, which I’m proud of him for acknowledging. It would be so easy for him to just join Kibbles and Sesame on the “That guy’s nothing more than a nuisance” bandwagon, but he’s sticking to his guns on doing the right thing, and that shows true strength of character on his part.

Yes, apologize to the thief who hijacked and crashed your wagon while fleeing and possibly murdering the guards pursuing him, making you and your friends accomplices in the process. He’s definitely the one who deserves any sort of sympathy or apology.

I can’t help but feel that Claire heard Sesame and Mason speaking about her in the first panel and is getting a slight chuckle out of the whole thing.

But back on topic here, Mason has a contract with his uncle? Like some sort of servant contract or those human debris contracts from Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans. Man, that’s one way to keep business and family separate. That’s for darn certain. I must say that I’m rather intrigued with Kibbles’ newest outfit design. It sort of reminds me of an elongated scarf tie for women that is all the rage as of late in the fashion world. As for Farron, I can’t help but feel that he’s going to use some kind of magic or tools to get this all fixed. I’m not at all surprised that Mason is actually going to be the bigger man and apologize to Farron. It’s in his nature after all, but man does he need some confidence.

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