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    An infected wound for nine days? Ouch. At least Morgan can regenerate so one of them is up and can do things.

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    New comic.

    Autumn is back. And she wants to take Morgan and Aly to Saelynn. I wonder what she (or rather Thatch) is planning. Whatever happens next, it can only be good for our heroes.
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    New comic.

    Now that is a stylish way to travel. Just cast summon bigger fish whale. Once again a proof that magic is awesome. Well, done Autumn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kantaki View Post
    New comic.

    Now that is a stylish way to travel. Just cast summon bigger fish whale. Once again a proof that magic is awesome. Well, done Autumn.
    Indeed. I'm thinking Autumn might have a way to restore Alys powers too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forum Explorer View Post
    Indeed. I'm thinking Autumn might have a way to restore Alys powers too.
    Seems likely from the things she says.

    New comic.

    Morgan is great. She really wants to go with Autumn, but even if not she would still have for Alyonubis' sake. That is a true friend.

    Maynard should prepare himself. I don't think he will like what happens next. And I doubt the book of brainwashing will help him there.
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    New comic and what a cool shot. It's simple but I love the camaraderie.

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    New comic

    The Island looks beautiful. And it seems there is a chance that Thatch and Aly work together. Well, unless she takes the ghost summoning badly somehow.
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    Oh, wow! This could be a HUGE Shot of Chaos!

    I'm hoping it's Aly. She has such a high potential to do amazing things!
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    I'm excited, I really like these things!
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    That's some good loot there, Morgan; hope you don't lose it. Also, nice new look. Things are about to take exciting to the next level.

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    New comic.

    What? Being mindraped into a empty shell serving in some temple for the rest of your life is getting of lightly?
    Low and Maynard have weird standards. And why bother with it if you are going to murder them anyway? Just look in your fancy book of spying and brainwashing and send your attack dog after them. Seriously Maynard, this way you just look even eviler than you already do.
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    New comic.

    It seems the prince doesn't know what his „allies” are doing. Between this and Raina messing with his head and working against him I could almost pity him. In another story he might even be a good guy. Unfortunately for him he still works with Maynard and Low. I expect he will meet a horrible fate and not at the hand of his foes.
    Eh, he has it coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kantaki View Post
    New comic.

    It seems the prince doesn't know what his „allies” are doing. Between this and Raina messing with his head and working against him I could almost pity him. In another story he might even be a good guy. Unfortunately for him he still works with Maynard and Low. I expect he will meet a horrible fate and not at the hand of his foes.
    Eh, he has it coming.
    I feel that's what the comic is trying to get at; That there will be good guys and bad guys on both sides of this Law vs. Chaos tale. He's totally going to get what's coming to him, but we're probably going to feel a little bad about it.

    Also, new comic! Roberts! Yay!

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    New comic.

    I agree with Morgan about the current state of things. Lets hope Grynn gives those guys a proper funreal pyre explosion.

    I really don't like what I can read of that letter. Sounds alot as if simply knowing or being related to someone is enough to be punished for their crimes unless you betray them. If you don't know anything about their crimes you are out of luck even if you are willing to turn traitor.
    Maybe Morgan can use that. But even if not I can't see these methods going well very long.

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    Just noticed the autor put up the letter in the comments. Yup, I was right. Way to extreme. Comunicating with a criminal means you can be punished for their crimes. Depending how strict they define this they can hang you or talking to some random bluehaired gal.
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    New comics.

    So much for that guy... Well, he had it coming.
    This only made me more certain that things have gone to far under the new management. Telling a barmaid she will stand trial for associating with a criminal because... what? She served said criminal food? Tried to stop a fight in her bar? Unless Harper Princip overheard what Mary-Ann and Raina said that's a bit flimsy.
    Speaking of Raina, I really hope she comes along when Morgan continues her journey.
    But it seems it is Maynard’s turn now. I wonder what dirty trick he tries next. Which innocent life will he ruin with that devilish book.
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    I'm curious to know why the Harper suddenly couldn't tell who Morgan was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forum Explorer View Post
    I'm curious to know why the Harper suddenly couldn't tell who Morgan was.
    The hood. The magic hood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mormegil View Post
    The hood. The magic hood.
    Ah, right. I forgot about those magic items.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forum Explorer View Post
    Ah, right. I forgot about those magic items.
    Well, I still can't remember them. When did she get the hood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dromuthra View Post
    Well, I still can't remember them. When did she get the hood?
    Morgan got her new equipment in chapter 14, page 16.
    There is the hood (increases dex and can hide from non-witches), a collar that allow to drink saltwater as if it is freshwater, a bag of holding like item and a amulett that allows her to return to Saelynn.
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    New comic

    Okay Maynard, what is that supposed to accomplish? Getting those city guards killed aside I mean.

    It seems Raina stays behind to use her influence to hinder Maynard as much as he can and to protect her people from DuChance.
    I guess it is for the best, but I fear she might regret this. I don't think Slaiton takes people working against him particular well.
    I hope this doesn't end tragic. On the other hand... Nah, Morgan unleashing her wrath would cause way to much collateral damage. We already saw how that ends when she had the book.

    The names of those guard commanders...
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    Okay Maynard, what is that supposed to accomplish? Getting those city guards killed aside I mean.
    I think it's to confirm that Morgan is actually in that area. If the succeed in catching her bonus, but he wants to know why his Harper died, not merely suspect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forum Explorer View Post
    I think it's to confirm that Morgan is actually in that area. If the succeed in catching her bonus, but he wants to know why his Harper died, not merely suspect.
    Right, the guards would be able to provide additional information, even if it's just by the way they die. I might have been a bit to focused on the fact that Morgan doesn't show up in Maynard's book.

    new comic

    Thankfully the guards show up before Morgan can get too creative.
    Raina's parting gift should be useful- if she survives whatever stupid stunt she tries next. Oh, well her Morgan imitation is pretty convincing and she only has to keep the disguise until she is out of sight. It should work out fine.
    Mary-Ann's reaction to being kissed by herself... That's certainly the most important thing in the current situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kantaki View Post
    Mary-Ann's reaction to being kissed by herself... That's certainly the most important thing in the current situation.
    Well, she definitely lives in the moment, that's for sure! Even if that moment could potentially lead to her own death...

    NEW COMIC!

    Looks like Maynard is gonna get a bit more than just a "confirmation" that Morgan was there. Speaking of, I think Maynard is willing to spend any means/resource/lives to "remove" chaos, as a Lawful Neutral character would. It's the Prince (LG) who would actually care about the well being of these men. And Low, well his Lawful Evil nature would kill a unit just to make a point.

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    Maynard is steadily moving from the „kill him in the slowest pointlessly cruel way imaginable” into the „doesn't deserve death - it's to good for him” category.

    Justifying the conquest of two nations that are at war with each other - a situation that was more or less caused by his manipulations - with the need to „protect” your nation from that war is a level of twisting worthy of Palpatine.
    The measures to create a „orderly”, „stable” and „lawful” society are already bad enough, but this might be worse. Especially since Maynard still uses Low as his enforcer. I dread the thought how many innocent lifes those two will needlessly end in the name of their goals before all is said and done.
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    Is that Ganon? Thatch's test during his Trial was to fight Ganon?

    As amusing that is it is kind of sad to see how history repeats (or rather will repeat) itself. Despite the fact our favorite Satyr Lich already told us it happened.

    The Shot of Chaos is pretty interesting this time. I wonder how the ship will look in the end.
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    The Shot of Chaos is pretty interesting this time. I wonder how the ship will look in the end.
    I'm sad that it's going to be 'why just one?', people are getting so predictable in these polls, it's making the answers kind of obvious.
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    And I voted so hard for the Nature ship. *sniff*
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    Well, I guess now we know how Thatch became a lich.
    (I'm pretty sure we were told this before, but now we get to see it. Without actually seeing the actual lichification process I hope.)

    And the ship will be a mix of nature and magic. That sounds like it should work pretty well I think. At least there won't be undead. Other than Thatch I mean.
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    There might be undead in the holds below though. We'll see.

    But I'm liking what I see so far.
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    Port Royale, Cutthroat Cove. I think I like the sound of that place.
    Might be worth a visit. With the equivalent to a small army to back me up of course.
    I especially like the blind lookout.

    Anyway, looks as if our heroes have to procure a fancy lantern. That can only end well.
    Now the only question is, on a scale of 11 to yes, how much trouble will Morgan get into?
    And will she be able to return there when she is done?*

    *Assuming she doesn't die during this adventure of course.
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