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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Les Miserables. The Phantom of the Opera. A lit nerd and her antisocial alternate persona learn that classic fictional stories may not be quite so fictional.

Sire updates Wednesdays. Patreon backers are four weeks ahead of everyone else.

Art and writing by Alexis Royce. ChibiSilverWings is listed as a coauthor because she likes to get comment emails. All of the comment emails.
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Sire

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Les Miserables. The Phantom of the Opera. A lit nerd and her antisocial alternate persona learn that classic fictional stories may not be quite so fictional.

Sire updates Wednesdays. Patreon backers are four weeks ahead of everyone else.

Art and writing by Alexis Royce. ChibiSilverWings is listed as a coauthor because she likes to get comment emails. All of the comment emails.

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It's interesting how the largest problem with them both is they give each other someone to blame for everything but change needs recognizing one's own faults. They shift the responsibility of doing things different onto each other but never accept the other's or stop shifting their own.
heh. phrasing.
Nah I'm pretty sure Leif is the rotten one
Aiden's tower has a bird shelter, and it's an issue of where practicality meets trying to make things look cool. I've kept a parrot for the bulk of my adult life, but keeping more than one bird can present a lot of challenges. Some older-style cages will be present in this area, but please make sure you choose function over form, and bird-safe materials if you ever get one of your own, okay? <3
Riley wears tooth covers and dyes their tongue when they want to pass as visible. As for the eyes? They have contacts, but when passing as Leif, it's a bit easier.

Also! Have you ever heard the criticism regarding Griffin's blindness? It goes like this: in HG Wells' The Invisible Man, Griffin should be blind, because if light passes through his eyes, it's not interacting with the retina.
This doesn't quite work. I won't say that the science of the novel is hard and steadfast like a Verne, but Wells does account for this. When Griffin tests the process out on a white cat, the cat is rendered completely invisible...save for the eyes. It's important to note that not just anyone can be invisible: Pigment and other similar features muck up the whole business. Griffin has albinism, and he's floored when he realizes that this feature that made others shun him now puts him in the position where he is the only one who can reach this pinnacle of light physics. He's the only one smart enough, and with the right genetics.

Of course, his eyesight should already be lousy, but his experiments have nothing to do with that. I've done some research into the subject, but if you want to learn more, hit up google and YouTube and learn from some people who know firsthand. Always go to the source for knowledge!
Woops, forgot a character trait for a second there Riley XD
OH, good going!
Psychological warfare is the best kind of warfare.
Heard of the professor Layton series
Just attack them both and be done with it i mean, why isn't this option more used?
The ol' spot the impostor trope. This is why I carry a gun. Not to protect myself from the king of England, but when someone impersonates a dear friend or causal acquaintance. The tricky part now is if I should believe the one that tells me to shoot them both or not.
Give them both knives and we can have even MORE fun!
@Zer0: They're both 16!
Ah, that face in panel 3. It says so much with absolutely no speech bubble.
all we know for sure is that the item in question is a blade, probably a knife or dagger if we go by how shallow the cuts are. A sword would usually leave much larger impressions, full looking cuts as opposed to nicks. Although, if it were a sword it could be a shortsword some kind, or sword of similar size.

Blame me learning about history and classic medieval fantasy games that I've played, like D&D, for this breakdown.
Way more fun than knives?
That pose when she says it :)
Hydra
April 25th, 2018
"Some foul villain." That seems like a little bit of an over exaggeration, but sure, let's roll with it.
SUSAN YES
Someone is enjoying this perhaps a little too much.