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Sorry for the long wait! Since I've begun school again, I've been very busy with art stuff. Updates will be inconsistent, but there will probably be more. I might try making a few pages to complete the next scene, then uploading them over the course of a few weeks. This is a better resting point.
This is page 12, introducing Kelpsy's hometown! Due to it's unusual history, it has two separate disctricts, one where mostly grass pokemon live, and the other where ground and rock type pokemon live. I'm pretty happy with how this page turned out, though it did take a while.
Sorry this page is so late, after I said that I'd update more frequently. Don't worry, I've dissappointed myself, too. I was doing gardening work, and had some bad Art Block. Hopefully from here on out I'll update at least once a week, though the goal will still be twice. Thanks for sticking around.
I have no mouth and I must scream?
Hiatus is over!
Exams are almost over, so it's time to start posting again! From her on out until the next chapter, new pages will be posted Mondays and Thursdays, likely around 5:00 central time. I'm excited to start getting this story told!
Well made comic!
I just wanted to say that I think this interpretation of the PMD universe is a really great one. Your writing is really high quality, and separates it from just about every other of the independent PMD tales. The concept of having the human and their partner in the story, but not the focus of it, creates a far more interesting narrative. Instead of the typical "hero" story, we have a character who has dreamed of a goal for their whole life, only to be ursurped by someone who doesn't even know what's going on. Such is the plight of the NPC. Considering the amount of adults the child hero and partner defeat in the games, I've always guessed that they had some kind of boosted growth. I'm really looking forward to seeing the result of Rachel's frustration, be it positive of negetive.
It's finally here! Sorry this took so long. Hopefully I'll get this part all done soon.
While I was reading, I was thinking "is the author referencing- naw, they couldn't be." But this gave it away. For those that don't know, much of these lines are from the court scene in the Pink Floyd album, The Wall. Great interpretation! The parallels between the two stories are very interesting.
sorry the page is a little late. also, thanks for 50 readers! im very excited to have so many people seeing my comic.