hehe, they did well at there job…except for the princess, she naked again…of course
Which proves women are not for doing jobs since everything done by males of the party (Disclaimer: This is a joke a bad one yes but still a joke ))
Unhappy horses seem a little over worked.
haha, that reaction!
In the game Rail Baron, one of the cargoes you can load on a flatcar is cattle.
That seems at least as practical as hauling (apparently live) fish in a pile higher than the sides of the wagon you’re using….
Fairportfan: notice carefully that, while the little fishies are still alive, they are behind netting
Tiff is thinking to herself: “Ok, those two have been busy… wait, where is Peonie?!?!?!”
Is Tiff talking mentally not being whole? Or physically?
Oh, and the shot of the ‘Pole on the cart in the last frame makes it look like he is sitting with one cheek over the side of the seat (specially awkward when you note the positions of the 2 wheels)
I’m guessing emotionally, spiritually, and mentally, Guesticus. If it was physical, the symptoms would have been quite obvious even before Faden’s curse.
We have had plenty of… opportunities to observe any… physical deficiencies Tiff may possess. So far, I haven’t spotted any. I mean, not even scars, her skin is flawless – unusual for a warrior. If Tiff considers herself ‘unwhole’, then it must be mental or emotional.
She has plenty of reasons to feel that way. Her relationship with her mother wasn’t the best, and now she’s dead. Her relationship with her dad seemed OK, up until the day she (seemingly?) stabbed him.
BTW, that fish won’t go bad – not if Tiff and her companions take the excess with them. This ‘Desert Ice’ probably won’t have much to hunt or forage. If the tribe gives them their current supply, and spends the next day smoking the rest, it should be fine.
Why is Tiff sticking her ass out in the last panel? Not that I mind, just curious.
Is anyone else getting a felling tiff was born a girl, then ‘cursed’ into a boy? It would explain how fabin blasting him with white the helpful healing ‘ magic would make that radical of a change.
Maybe Tiffany had been uncomfortable in her body when she was little or entertained the idea of being a girl but because of her culture and location she crushed those feelings and overcompensated by being the overly masculine barbarian type at the very beginning of the comic and Faden casting white magic actually ‘cured’ Tiffany of her male form and gave her a chance to be herself. This comic might be aimed at also producing sympathy and understanding to transsexual people as well as entertaining, which would be nice.
Or perhaps I should anxiously anticipate the next pages and wait for the next parts of the comic.
(Also I think that not only would it be cute if Tiffany married Denver, but Teresa should marry the king. Those two are both clever manipulative and pragmatic people. They would go great together )
Eh, I’m guessing she’s referring to her parentage. She didn’t respect her mother… maybe she thought southerners were weak, and that made her weak too? And who really killed Gillian, anyway?
Ah – i see the netting now; i lost it visually against the fish
Yeah, the netting is difficult to see
In the short term: Hey look at all the firewood and fish!
In the long term: Denuded hillsides, and barren streams.
Have you people learned nothing from the Lorax?
Typhan-Knee looks more masculine than usual in the third panel, doesn’t she?
Interesting hints of a deeper internal transformation in the barbarian…
The Shaman is wise to put the group up at his hut for the night; it’s probably the safest place for them for miles around.
King Utrica isn’t going to be too thrilled about his heir being taken out into the frozen desert, though.
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