#1610: Like sand through a clogged hourglass.

#1610: Like sand through a clogged hourglass. published on

This is one of those comics that spawn from me realizing that oh yeah…seasons exist. Admittedly time does go a little slower in DMFA so it isn’t really day for day, but still while the temptation to keep everyone in the forest of conveniently summer…probably good to at least try to kick other seasons into… Continue reading #1610: Like sand through a clogged hourglass.

#1613: Endless Potential.

#1613: Endless Potential. published on

I think one of the most commonly asked questions is usually something that involves Fa’Lina and a possible way to salvage her clan. I gotta hand it to you guys, you are little problem solvers out there. Which I think is a good trait in people, to see something that feels unfair or unhappy and… Continue reading #1613: Endless Potential.

#1614: Not the best word choice.

#1614: Not the best word choice. published on

I’d say writing Regina and Dark Pegasus’ antics are a guilty pleasure of mine but that would imply I feel guilty about it in the slightest. They’re like one part tapping from my own family memories and one part tapping into my old love of cheesy family sitcoms.

#1616: Ten point font. No doublespacing.

#1616: Ten point font. No doublespacing. published on

I can’t really cast judgement considering how many times in college I spent the night before a paper was due in the computer lab frantically writing up that 5 page paper.

#1617: Black Heart of the Matter.

#1617: Black Heart of the Matter. published on

I admit one thing I like to do in my nerdy free time is play tabletop RP games. And I’ve always been a fan of the various alignment systems found in D&D and Pathfinder so it is not a surprise that I likely have a person headcanon of what I think every character’s alignment is.… Continue reading #1617: Black Heart of the Matter.