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And we're back! Now that Chris has FINALLY finished that batch of milk-free fish cookies, let's finish up this chapter, shall we?
@bscruffy: Thank you kindly! ^^
@Casanova : Sorry for the delayed response! There will be an official guide for which cards correspond with which colored pieces of the official game. And the full set will be available after the final cards are revealed, which will be next week!
There you have it folks! That's the last of them! If you'd like to have your own set of Aww, Feathers! Clue cards to play with, follow these instructions:

1. Download the cards by right-clicking each of these links and choosing "Save As": [Set 1] [Set 2]
2. Print out the cards. I recommend using cardstock or some other similarly heavy paper.
3. Cut out the cards.
4. Take a standard game of Clue/Cluedo and replace all of the original suspect cards with the Aww, Feathers! characters and replace all of the weapon cards with the prank cards. (Leave the room cards.)
5. Follow the instructions included with each set to make the appropriate piece substitutions. For example, the red pawn represents Sir Ine, the spanner (monkey wrench) represents the rubber chicken, etc.
6. Play the game according to the normal rules, but using the replacement cards to determine who the prankster is, what prank they pulled, and what room of the mansion they pulled off the prank. Note that since the printed cards will have a different back than the normal room cards, you'll need some way to keep them hidden from other players. For example, you could draw them from a bag and keep your hand hidden in your lap. Or you could use card sleeves with opaque backs if you're feeling fancy!

My money's on Dr. Dilawar, in the Library, with the Squirting Flower! (Have fun!)
Good grief, but it's been hot lately! I daresay hot enough to melt a rubber chicken!
"But wait," I hear someone cry, "can't she just shoot water out of her blowhole?" No. Cuz that would be gross. Like, super gross. 😝
So AWU was a blast! Thanks for everyone who came to both of my panels! (I'll have a video posted soon of my presentation.)
Quick reminder that I'll be at AWU this weekend! Come and see me if you're going to be in town!
Thanks for your patience during this intermission while I prep for Anthro Weekend Utah (the local furry convention I'm going to). To go along with this year's theme of "Furlock Holmes," I've made a set of Aww, Feathers! themed cards for the board game Clue! (Cluedo if you live across the pond.) As an added bonus, after all the cards have been released, you can print them out and use them in place of the original cards that come with the board game! And you totally should, because solving a murder mystery is kind of a bummer compared to deducing who was the prankster and what joke prop they used!

(Obligatory disclaimer: These cards are unofficial. Aww, Feathers! is in no way affiliated with the board game Clue or Hasbro, Inc. Cuz I mean, if it were, you can bet I'd have the scratch to do this full time!)
Shoulda quit when I was ahead... 😅

My sweet wife had a not so sweet dentist visit over the weekend, so in addition to prepping for AWU, I helped take care of her and the kids over the weekend while she recovered, hence another delay.

By the way, check out this recent news post for updates on the comic schedule for this and coming months.
@Mardozer: "Better to ask forgiveness than permission," as they say. 😈🍪
@Little Creeper: Oh, a belated happy birthday to you! :D
And no worries. Reading and sharing the comic is also a valuable form of support. ^^
Don't make Chris use that spatula...

Still making preparations for AWU. I appreciate your patience. We'll get back to the story about cookies soon. That's what this story is about, right? Cookies...?

Oh, and here's an interesting bit of trivia... this mini-comic here is the 100th mini/bonus comic I've posted on the site! I share them from time to time either as a little something extra, or to tie folks over when the next page has been delayed. You can see the rest of them by visiting the bonus section of the comic archive!
It's true! Two panels this year! It's gonna be--!! ...Oh, the glasses thing...? Look, don't worry about it. Age comes for us all, right?

I'm taking a quick break this week to focus on preparing for the panels I'll be hosting at Anthro Weekend Utah this year! First off is a presentation on What I Wish I'd Known As A New Artist. "How do I improve my artistic skills? Should I try to make money from my art? How do I stay motivated?" Early in your artistic career is an exciting place to be, but often intimidating. There's a lot to figure out. I've learned a lot in the five years since I started a furry comic. While I still have so much to learn, I wanted to share a few things I've picked up about these early stages in the hopes that they'll be of help to others. Bring your own questions and tips to share as we chat about the crazy adventure it is getting started as a furry artist! This presentation will be Friday, July 19th at 7 p.m. in rooms Twilight 1 & 2 of the Davis Convention Center.

The next day I'll be hosting a Furry Comic Artist Meetup! Do you make furry comics or are you interested in their creation? Come hang out to share your work, swap tips, and participate in a "Pass the Comic" drawing activity! All skill levels are welcome! Meetup starts Saturday, July 20th at 6 p.m. in the Aurora Board Room of the Davis Convention Center.

I will, of course, also be suiting as Ine, cutting some rug at the dance, and having plenty of fun with friends! I will not be in the dealer's den this year, but I'll still have a few books, prints, and such on hand for those who are interested. If you're planning to be there and have anything in particular in mind that you'd like, let me know ahead of time and I'll bring it so you can save on shipping!

I hope to see a bunch of you there, but for those who can't make it, I plan on recording my presentation and posting it online. Cheers!

For more info about the convention, checkout
@DarknessShallFall : The stretchy dog knight comes from the game Undertale. :3

And I haven't encountered the ice shout phenomenon, but that game does have some truly legendary glitches! XD
@Mardozer: If only Ine or Dil were there. Either one would probably be more than happy to do some punching. 🤜💢
@Aldred: ...Also, that fish pun was completely unintentional.
@Just a Guest: Both his sense of pride as a cook AND duty as a friend are on the line!
@Mardozer: He's like a dog chasing cars. And by cars, I mean cookies. And by chasing... Eh, maybe I'm not that good at metaphors. 😅
@Aldred: Yep. Last thing he wants is to feel like he left someone on the hook.