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#76 "Somebody"

10th Jan 2014, 5:01 PM
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#76 "Somebody"
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Songgu Kwon 10th Jan 2014, 5:05 PM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
Heh heh. Movie reference. ;)
Mayyday 10th Jan 2014, 5:10 PM edit delete reply
Mayyday
Wanna hear Durgo's philosophy on life?
warriorneedsfood 10th Jan 2014, 6:12 PM edit delete reply
warriorneedsfood
He couda been a contender!
Songgu Kwon 10th Jan 2014, 7:56 PM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
He couda had class!
Erador 10th Jan 2014, 7:22 PM edit delete reply
It probably started with that ill fated duel that cost him his eye. Sort of went downhill from there... I'd have more to say but I'm still staring at yesterday's filler. Nice... bow. ;-)
Songgu Kwon 10th Jan 2014, 7:58 PM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
It's a reCURVE bow. Heh heh, heh, heh heh... Sorry. o_o
Draginbeard 10th Jan 2014, 8:04 PM edit delete reply
Draginbeard
Durgo needs a 'redemption montage', with maybe some snazzy, inspirational orchestra music playing just a little bit too loud in the background!
Songgu Kwon 13th Jan 2014, 9:34 PM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
An uplifting feel good montage, yeah, that's the ticket! :p
Dean Clark 10th Jan 2014, 10:57 PM edit delete reply
Dean Clark
Blackfeather is already a great hero at fifth level?! She barely survived this encounter with the mercenaries. Durgo's remark could be a reference to her and her brother's reputation from the civil war.

If Durgo won Kneeflayer in that duel earlier, Hrodger should be grateful he is still alive. It is possible Durgo came by the sword by other means, but I suspect Hrodger is just nursing a grudge against Durgo because Durgo humiliated him in the duel.

Durgo may have to choose soon between reconciling with Blackfeater, and continuing to work with his remaining sons. They may prefer to continue in a life of crime.

Does Blackfeather mean it's not too late to give up on their cause in the civil war? If so, wouldn't that mean Prince Orvar is still out there in exile somewhere, hoping to become King Orvar? Perhaps in Wideham, under Wulfric's protection. Blackfeather's and Durgo's outsider status now implies their side lost out in that war, and that Orvar lost his bid to become king then. It is not clear whether Durgo betrayed just Blackfeather, or their cause in the war.

If Durgo does join Blackfeather's party, I just hope Khojin comes along. Blackfeather's party could use another swordsman, but could really use a magic-user.
Songgu Kwon 13th Jan 2014, 9:26 PM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
All will be revealed... or rather, more answers will be hinted at, eventually. As for any future addition to Blackfeather's party, I can tell you that there will be a spell caster.
dpat57 12th Jan 2014, 6:33 PM edit delete reply
dpat57
Again nice composition, 4 panels with very different perspectives.

Wondering how Drogo will react. "Sir Hrodger can go and..." would be interesting, tho' this might not happen.
Centcomm 13th Jan 2014, 12:34 AM edit delete reply
Centcomm
why do I forsee more fighting .. this could go very badly for that guy.. :D
Songgu Kwon 13th Jan 2014, 9:32 PM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
I sense that it's not very clear that the last panel is actually a transition to a flashback. Some of these sequences don't work so well in the page a week format, unfortunately. Everything will hopefully be made more clear by next page. ;)
Centcomm 13th Jan 2014, 9:34 PM edit delete reply
Centcomm
Ohhh ok well that makes more sense now.. :D
thanks :D and I know exactly what your talking about !
Dean Clark 13th Jan 2014, 9:53 PM edit delete reply
Dean Clark
I suspect Durgo would rather die than eat crow. And reform seems preferable to death.