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Goblin Stone

Goblin Stone

by ristiluu
The story follows a cynical lumberjack named Sebastien, who - like many people - chooses to ignore the fact that he lives in a god damn fantasy land with magical fairies and centaurs running around. Seb has a cozy little life until his neighbor Tim pops in for a visit and asks Seb to help him to find his lost dog. All is well until they run into some bad magic...

The comic contains a lot swearing, bad humor and mixed dialects.

Comic updates Sundays.
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Goblin Stone

The story follows a cynical lumberjack named Sebastien, who - like many people - chooses to ignore the fact that he lives in a god damn fantasy land with magical fairies and centaurs running around. Seb has a cozy little life until his neighbor Tim pops in for a visit and asks Seb to help him to find his lost dog. All is well until they run into some bad magic...

The comic contains a lot swearing, bad humor and mixed dialects.

Comic updates Sundays.

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This page took longer than expected, but Goblin Stone just wont stay dead! And we're getting ever closer to the end of chapter one. Whenever that'll be at this rate.
ristiluu
February 18th, 2019
@JFP I accidentally mixed their names in page 36 but fixed it. The smaller one is Sister Sun, the bigger one Sister Kuu.
JFP
February 17th, 2019
Are they both called Sister Sun?
ristiluu
February 17th, 2019
She uses the magical stone to remove the shards from her sister's face. Fascinating. (read this with Larry King's voice)
ristiluu
February 10th, 2019
Bet Tim's head is spinning after that, huh?
I really enjoy drawing these gals. -3-
pandapear
December 26th, 2018
lol I love all the facial expressions on this page. And your colors and creature designs amazing as always ;w;
dracone
December 25th, 2018
Well, this is ominous
JFP
December 23rd, 2018
same 2 u
ristiluu
December 22nd, 2018
Happy Holidays and safe New Years, readers! :)
ristiluu
December 17th, 2018
@dracone Thank you for noting me about these typos. :D I'm crap at proofreading.

Seb speaks a dialect that's a smashup of scottish/irish/english slang and yeah he's pretty intoxicated at this point.
dracone
December 16th, 2018
I would point out another grammatical error here, but given the nature of how people slur and/or fumble their words when drunk, I think it works here. After all, you did say he was getting wasted
dracone
December 16th, 2018
I found a slight grammatical error, "Another hunter from Elbrook have been found dead" that "have" is supposed to be a 'has' or it should be structured so it says 'Another group of hunters from Elbrook have been found dead'

It all depends on the context. If it's just one person, as the follow-up portion in the frame suggests, then it's best to have it set things like the first example
ristiluu
November 7th, 2018
Who just scolded Tim for screaming, huh?
ristiluu
October 25th, 2018
*Kings of Leon - Closer playing faintly in the distance*
ristiluu
October 23rd, 2018
To celebrate the 40th comic page I updated the cover art. :>
ristiluu
October 20th, 2018
It's meant to read "rustle rustle" in the last panel but I forgot how it was written.

Also this is the 40th page. Wop woop!
Wuh-oh...
A new beast; haunt! Haunts pretty much replace wolves in Goblin Stone. Have some fun facts: haunts are skinny and weak creatures, often have black fur which is in tangles and full of sticks and shite. They have similar saliva as comodo dragons - filled with harmful bacteria and often only one bite is enough to kill a grown man. Haunts are pretty weak on their own though. A good kick often frightens them away - unless it's a pack. They have strength in numbers. They have hard spikes along their backs, which grow straight from the spinal cord. The spikes lay flat along the back, soaking in green poisonous goo and when the haunt feels threatened the spikes rise up. It's a good defense mechanism in case someone tries to sneak up behind them.
He gone...