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You bastard, how dare you to hit little Kibbles. She’s just an apprentice, “and maybe just turn your brother into a pile o ashes”, but there was a lot of pressure on her that time.

Good LORD this turned darker then I have expected. O_O

Looking back at the beginning I now remember that the third guy was indeed incinerated. But if that happened yesterday then what are these guys doing enjoying their time? Okay they have healing spells for those burns, but shouldn’t they be at least mourning their lost friend or something? And don’t give me the “everyone takes it differently” line cuz that doesn’t apply if it only happened half a day ago. 😛

They’re probably drunk now. And yes, people DO take it ‘differently’ even after less than a day – My cousin was killed in a hunting accident a few months ago (Has it been that long already? It feels like it was just yesterday…), and I was in the bar with my friends as normal throughout the week – I just had something else to talk about, but there wasn’t really a lot to say, and it wasn’t worth dwelling on anyway.

Can I just say I really like that there is a horse anthro here. Nobody ever attempts them. Good job on that, guys. Also, this turned dark indeed. Yes, a guy died, and that’s bad. We all know that Kibbles is going to takes a serious blow from this and beat herself up about it a LOT. It obviously didn’t turn out well for either Kibbles or Garret.

I will rip his dick off.

Actually, the hero I normally design is a Rogue class who has healing abilities. He is a mixture of Kibbles and Sesame in the sense that if he were to find out he did something like Kibbles did, he’d let them beat him up to a pulp, using his healing power to keep him from dying. And if he found out Kibbles did it, he’d offer himself in her stead.

So I can really relate to this comic. Well done.

Why doesn’t it surprise me that the male herbivores are multiples in size to the carnivores, omnivores, and female herbivores?

Think about it. Mason is a gentle giant, but he is LARGE and an elk. This guard is of equine bent and he is LARGE. The madam was a rabbit and she was not LARGE, but she is female, while this guard and Mason are both male.

It is true we have a very small selection here, mostly chosen for their role (Mason=blacksmith and the guard=well, a guard), but we haven’t seen many herbivores and quite a few carnivores and omnivores.

The Innkeep is also a horse, the guard is modeled after the breed Clydesdale. However certain characters should be relatively smaller considering their species. Claire, a fennec fox is easily smaller IRL then your typical dog or even cat (but she towers over Sesame and Kibbles) the same can be said for Farron who is a rat but is quite a tall man himself — being second only to Mason in height. (Claire is 6’0″, Farron 6’4″ and Mason is 6’9″ but 7’0″ if you count his antlers)

I do sometimes account their real life animals they are based on to their designs.. but relatively speaking Fera and whatever ‘animal’ they happen to be are merely racial traits and not because they are an entirely different species.

Technically speaking, that big button is a combination of dark gray and black. It is in no color of the word red. Not even in the slightest sense. XD

No but in all due seriousness, I must say I got a kick over this entire page mostly due in part to the following three items:

1. I don’t know if it was intentional or not, but if you look at Yuki’s outfit and the missile opening in the robot, the chest clothing style kind of matches.

2. The fact Tina’s mom knows it’s a bad idea to leave those two alone is heighten with that water drop mark right below her right ear. And Ron’s naivety in all this only strengthens my opinion of what’s going to happen to him next. He’s going to get painted on.

3. The paint tornado at the end. Although, I’m trying to figure out if Tina is trying to help Yuki make a mess at this point or if she’s trying to hit her with all that paint.

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