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Sol
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I am a writer by hobby who has been writing webmanga since September of 2006. I have a lot of experience in the field and can come up with ideas fairly quickly. My usual style is Shonen Action/Drama/Romance, but as shown with True Nature, I can handle other genres as well.


NOTE: Due to a massive influx of requests I've been getting lately, I am currently not accepting any further requests to help edit and/or write your comic. This will likely change in the future though, of course.

Comic Status

The Lone Swordsman - Active, Updates MWF
Goddess Shariah - Hiatus
Shall We Dance? - Hiatus
Eye Hunters - Hiatus
True Nature - Hiatus
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@K.K.: I'm still on Season 4, lol. Didn't get into it until just before Season 7 released. I don't have HBO anyways, so I was going to have to wait until Season 8 was released anyways.

I've heard Season 8 was a massive disappointment though.
Who is Stanley?

What is Stanley?
I never really liked Aerith (pretty sure that’s going to be her name in the remake since she’s been called that in every game since FF7), I prefered her with Zack. I prefered Cloud with Tifa.
@Amanda: Yeah, I REALLY don't like Freya. She's my least favourite character.
@MK_Wizard: Yep, genetics are not destiny, if she stayed away from alcohol she'd be fine. The more she plays with fire like this though, the higher chance that she'll become an addict though.
@MK_Wizard: Alcoholism is also a genetic disease. If a parent is an alcoholic, there's a higher chance that their child could become one too. So yeah, Amber's going down a VERY dangerous road, and I blame Freya for all of it.
@00Stevo: I think she got them in the time skip.
No one that ever says "Fine" is ever fine.
If you're wondering why there isn't much reaction to Masai's death here.... Well, I was going to do it, but the chapter was already running long and it would have been several pages of just reactions with no real plot progression.

So I kind of opted for a "We need to come up with something to beat this guy using the time Masai gave us" instead.

So I apologize if it makes it feel like they don't care about Masai. They do. A lot. But the shock factor is also diminished after the 4th death, and they don't exactly have a lot of time to mourn right now.
Yeah, it wasn't super obvious last page, but Zelander cut Masai in half with his last attack, and then Masai punched Zelander as his upper body was falling.
Daisy looks unnatural in that Christmas picture.
Sol
March 27th, 2019
...I mean, at least he acknowledged that what he's doing is strictly for his own ego now and not a way to ensure a future for his daughter.

Doesn't make him less of a scum bag, though.
Yeah, and Amber's accusation that Daisy was just looking for some broken soul to "take care of" for her own ego isn't entirely true, either. It's true to a degree, but initially Daisy just saw Amber as a "muse" that could help her with her art.

She later learned that she was able to be her quirky, weird self around Amber and Amber didn't shy away or look down on her for it like most would, which is WHY Daisy wanted to become friends with Amber.

This entire time, Daisy, having finally found a friend she could be herself around, wanted to do everything she could to be a good friend to Amber. It sounds like Daisy hasn't really had any friends before, so she doesn't really know how to be a good friend and just figured if she took care of her and tried to protect her and make her happy that everything would be OK.

Daisy's lie to Amber was kind of a heat of the moment thing, driven by her desire to see Amber happy and cheer her up after she was upset because of her Mom, but Amber's now distrustful nature caused her to question everything Daisy's done.

No one's perfect. Amber especially. Daisy did the best job she knew how to do to be a friend to Amber and helped Amber out of a very dark place and even saved her life. And Amber's kind of repaid Daisy with essentially exiling her out of her life here.

Also, Amber being willing to forgive Freya "because they had been friends for years", even though Freya admitted to having resentment towards Amber for YEARS and only reached out to Amber again because of Daisy's involvement with her and her own guilt while not being willing to try and make things work with Daisy simply because they had only been friends for a few weeks is really really harsh.

Plus, Freya giving alcohol to not only a raging alcoholic's daughter, but someone who is on a bunch of medication and was not medically cleared to even leave the hospital in the first place was a REALLY stupid idea that Amber only went along with because she wanted to be friends with Freya again for some reason.

Daisy is still best girl and my heart breaks for her.
Daisy doesn't deserve this ;_;.

Amber would probably be dead if it weren't for Daisy. Amber kept wanting to treat her symptoms as no big deal, but Daisy insisted on making sure she got help.

Daisy has her issues, sure, but she truly cared for Amber, unlike pretty much ANYONE else in her life. Her Dad cares for her, but goes about it in the wrong way.

This whole scene is truly heartbreaking... ;_;.


Also, her injuries getting worse with the concussion was more Freya's fault than Daisy's, though Daisy could have tried to stop it more.
I’ve been sick with the flu for a little over a week now, with not much improvement. Only had the flu once before, like 11 or 12 years ago, and it didn’t last this long. Never felt this sick before. On medication now, though it gives headaches as a side effect when I already suffer from it chronically, and Tylenol and Advil don’t seem to do anything to these headaches/migraines... but it did help relieve some of my other symptoms. But yeah, in a lot of pain... :(
@K.K.: Happy belated birthday, K.K.! Sorry, been off the internet for a few days.
Well, read through the whole thing yesterday. I quite enjoy this comic and I look forward to finding out what happened in some of its mysteries. I love how real the characters all feel. Really hoping Amber will forgive Daisy at some point. She's making the same mistakes that Freya made with her, and isn't giving Daisy a chance to explain or make things right. Daisy's an amazing friend, and I'd hate to see Amber throw that away.

Eh, just going to throw out my thoughts on the other storylines I've been fairly invested in.

Sandra may love to play the victim and refuses to get any help, but what she craves most of all to be able to move past her pain is closure. She just wants to know WHY her parents left her, and WHAT exactly happened to her mom, but even on his death bed, her dad refuses to tell her. But apparently her aunt knows the truth. I don't know why he won't tell her, but I can't imagine what it might be that he'd take it to the grave without giving her the closure that she needs. Even if it's to protect her, by not telling her he's putting her in danger of spiraling out of control. I don't blame her for acting the way she does with her dad one bit.

I'm really curious where the Murdoch plot line is going, and what happened in the past between them.

Scott... man, does he represent the fallacy of pride to a T. He claims he's working to provide his daughter with a future, but his mom was absolutely right when she said that it was more important to be there for your kids in the present to guide them, than to give them a "future" they won't know what to do with. He even lets his daughter stay with someone who he KNOWS is toxic and dangerous for Amber to be around, as a result of him putting his work first before her with the justification that he's doing it for "her future" while ignoring that how she'll turn out as an adult is greatly affected by her childhood and upbringing.

His company has never been about Amber, but his own pride. If it truly was for Amber, he'd have accepted his dad's generous offer. Instead, his company is doomed to fail, but he refuses to accept that. Him not talking to his family for 20 years was all because of pride, and his pride will push everyone away as a result. I hope he comes to realize his mistakes and works to make up for them.


Keep up the good work, I love your comic so far and look forward to reading more!
Just started reading this. I love how real this all is. I had a somewhat similar situation happen to me that ended a friendship as a result of a misunderstanding that I couldn't even find the strength to try and correct at the time and just walked away, which I deeply regret.

As an adult and a parent of two teenagers, I can look at this situation and be like "Man, while Amber might have handled her venting to her friend poorly, constantly interrupting her to get what was bothering her off her chest, Amber just wanted someone to listen to her that she trusted. Freya could have simply just took her aside and told Amber that it bothered her the way she did that, and I'm sure they would have worked everything out just fine and still been friends. Instead, she gave Amber the cold shoulder and, ironically, put her problems on others which then spread into rumours about her friend, and now their friendship is over."

Teenagers can be silly :P.
...I actually designed Kat and her weapons in 2004, which according to the internet was two years after Naruto came out in Japan but I believe was long before him being a Wind Ninja, let alone who his parents were, were even known.

So, just a coincidence :P.

EDIT: Ah, my mistake, the manga started in 1999, the anime started in 2002. Still, I don't think that fact about Naruto was known back then.
@Phoenix: Well, Zelander didn't slash him. He used a wind attack that tore Saizo apart. Saizo's sunglasses are made of sturdier stuff than he and his clothes are.