Chapter 21, page 27 – who’s Torel?

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16 thoughts on “Chapter 21, page 27 – who’s Torel?

  1. Morg and Norg are my favorite side characters now. Gosh, so many good side characters in this comic. Congrats.

    1. Thank you so much! Glad you like them!

  2. Not a bad guess, boys, but… you know… that response is MOST likely to happen if the guy was a real….CREEPER!

    1. indeed ๐Ÿ˜„

  3. Wait, it doesn’t have anything to do with Ms Clap-off? o_O
    Or has he ‘forgotten’ to mention her?

    1. More on that soon…๐Ÿ˜

  4. With her hair color and length, plus her zaftig body, I’m quite fond of Liv. (For those of you wondering – that’s the girl with the spiked wristbands).

    The thing that’s interesting is Miss Goth (Ms Clap-off) isn’t physically present, so she’s only affecting people mentally. I need some more clues about her actions and/or background, although I have three vague theories working now. Oh, by education, I have a Master’s in Criminology, and the local Murder Mystery Dinner Theater doesn’t like me. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Dang, have to be careful with my plot twists and such โ€“ please let me know if I jump the shark trying too hard to avoid being predictable (or perhaps I already have)! ๐Ÿ˜…

      1. As long as you don’t try and outsmart your readers you should be good
        Have seen far too many otherwise great shows try and pull that shit, and usually by having the detective (or nosy old bat) be passed some information that helps solve the case and not reveal what it is to the viewers

        Believe it was with NCIS where the perp was revealed within the fist fifteen minutes, but is dismissed pretty much straight away by everyone (including Gibbs)
        It’s still fun (when it’s done well) to see how they manage to figure it out (ever since they had that short revival of the CSI: Vegas, local TV has been replaying the original series from the start, and it’s interesting how what they believe happened changes as they learn more)
        Also, each version of CSI had their own ‘focus’: Original was about the ‘Who’ (who the victim was and who killed them), believe Florida was about the ‘why’ because they usually had the guilty fairly early (just had to prove it), NY may have been about the ‘How’?

        1. points well taken, thank you ๐Ÿ˜

        2. Main point is: continue telling your story your way, some people might figure things out early, some people might not ‘get it’ even when it’s spelled out to them, some might like where the story is going and throw a fit, but it’s not their story, it’s yours, and as long as you continue to enjoy telling it, you will have people who will continue following along no matter where it goes (even if most don’t say anything)

        3. EEP! Meant “some might NOT like where the story is going” ๐Ÿ™
          What ever happened to the five minute window to edit posts?

        4. Thank you, really appreciate it ๐Ÿ‘

  5. A very long time ago (40 or 50 years or so) I stopped trying to guess and just rolled the old chariot along[0], enjoying the twists and turns and reveals, and occasionally I’d wake up to the who or what or why or when or how. This is how I read web komix now, thoroughly enjoying my favorites like Merceneiress.

    [0] Oh, a drop of Nelson’s blood wouldn’t do us any harm!

    1. or a cellar full of beer ๐Ÿ˜

    2. Yups: enjoy the ride, don’t try and be the driver ๐Ÿ™‚

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