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Memories of Scattered Realms

Follow an interdimensional traveler into her journey between worlds.

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June 28th, 2019
Hiatus announcement
I'm stopping here, it feels a good point for me to prepare.

Would you like me to work on a Q&A while I'm away? If so, leave any questions you have here in the comments, and we will answer them if they are not to be revealed later. If they are just a few, I'll gather them for the end of the chapter, where you'll probably have more.

That's it for now, thanks for staying, and farewell.
May 3rd, 2019
I'm leaving for vacation, so I'm uploading this week's panel earlier. I plan to complete the coloring and background once I return.
Mills in the flower farmlands have at least two processing chains, one fed with samel originating from the farms, and one exclusively fed with samel from the flowerbeds. Farm samel is sold directly by farmers to the miller, and in this mill's case, it is placed in a bulk container on the roof, and fed to the farm samel chain via a large funnel. Flowerbed samel is only sold to the millers by government officials, who sourced it from certified flowerbeds, and is stored in a container in the building feeding directly to the flowerbed samel mill chain, which can be opened to be refilled only by using two keys at the same time, one held by the miller and one held by the officials. After processing, the miller must sell an exact amount of pure flour back to the officials, proportional to the received pure samel, which flour is then tested by official taste testers - a job considered to be lethal and a death wish. Any produced pure flour exceeding the expected quantity is not accepted by the officials, and is free to be held by the miller, who usually distributes it to relatives and workers for consumption.
It's good to pause and think once in a while
First diologe in this comic
December 21st, 2018
Hmm... interesting