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@Guest: This was done in a gen 3 game, when the Physical/special split wasn't in course yet, and Dark type moves counted as special... That is, if this battle was even actually fought in-game at all. Wouldn't be surprised if they decided to simply write it to better fit the narrative. At some point this has to work more than as a story than a simple playthrough.
I really like how the time-traveling fairy is really kind of a psychopatic douchebag. It's a depiction I find much more fitting for the immortal/cosmic deities legendaries than their usual niceties.
And thus FriezaDeoxys destroyed the planet Vegeta, but before it could happen the Laconians literally threw two babies out of the atmosphere to save them, because they simply were that strong.

Jokes aside, great chapter as always!
Really nice details on the 4-eyed Onix and the trunked Mamoswine! Especially the Mamoswine... I can see how you gave the Onyx extra eyes to make it extra "monstrous", but the trunk? Is that a personal take of the comic artist on the Mamoswine design? Really interesting either way!
Complicated band?
Ok, so... we can infer that, for whatever reason, Laconian warriors such as Vagus are not appreciated by the people of this land, and thus they felt the need to cover up the symbol on Vagus arm band.
But, couldn't they just, you know...
Take... it... off...?
Mommy issues
I'm mildly concerned about how will Leon's mother react when she will hear of it. Chances are, he's gonna go straigt to his dad clinic to keep Vagus company, and given how things between the couple went in the falshback I wouldn't be surprised if she borderline kidnapped him sure that he wouldn't be safe otherwise. Justified, considered how things went, but still.
This might turn out to be ugly. Curious to see how the authors will handle it, it will probably be a bit of a sore spot for many people who had similar family problems.
What about Jen
Okay, now I'm getting a little suspicious... considered that Lovrina is the whole reason Jen is even there, amd as her sister she MIGHT be able to get her to collaborate, how is it that we've never seen or heard of them interacting? Is it just Jen being offput by the idea or there is going to be some grand plot twist/revelation the authors are setting up?
End of flashback
@orgostevani: I think the flashback has ended, we are back to the present and Vagus is being carried to the village in a rush to be healed.
@TerrytheTeryx: I think it's kind of implied that the Laconian are followers of Rayquaza and thus bear its crest. We know the Slowpoke in the prologue is the modern Slowking/Lorekeeper/whatever. He probably founded the laconian after witnessing Rayquaza battle vs Deoxys and created a clan in its honor. Got theories but the details will be probably explained soon in the story. The "starters" part of the deal is probably just the authors picking more popular, easier to root for and thus more narrative conductive mons as "the good guys" (we also have a Lucario, a Lopunny, a Mienshao etc, all pretty popular mons).
Really really cool
Okay, this fight scene was pretty awesome. I particularly liked the panels involving Rex, especially the one with the Elektross. I'm a sucker for that kind of "graphic" style. Honestly surprised everyone survived up until now.
Of course, now comes the Hydregon. Ooooh boy. Let's see how this turns out.
Green is actually more right than you probably think. Snakes and lizard belong to the Order Squamata, while crocodiles and alligators are what is called Archeosauria, the ancient group to which feathered dinosaurs belonged to. Long story short and simplified, crocodiles are a lot more genetically related to birds than any other reptile. I mean, this is a story about a cat girl, so I really shouldn't give much of a thought, but here it is.
Painted mustachio
In the third panel... I noticed that Alakazam's mustache "growth" is yellow instead of grey...
I know it's probably just because of the coloring, but now I can't help imagine him coloring his staches grey just to look elder and wise. >u<
That was... the most adorable Nuzlocke Battle I've ever seen.
How did you do it?
What wizardry.
Psycho Cut?
...didn't notice
Dude, didn't notice it before, but Chrys is ripped! Look at those shoulders! She could bench-press Donphans all day!
Wait a moment...
@flareon71: Do you think that was funny? Do you think puns are smart?

What a surprise! Mewtwo!
It was awfully nice for her to ask "please".
It shows that you can be a murderous pirate crew captain and still be very polite.
Give her a cookie. DIPPED IN BLOOD.
Dat characterization
I have to admit, I've been absolutely LOVING a lot of things from this comic so far. A comic, drawn so well, with a realistic approach to
medieval dragon hunting? Count me ALL KINDS of in. But these kind of bits are something I can appreciate above all else. How you describe the different characters through these quick actions and conversation. I don't really like the lady, as a person. She's proud, whiny and kind of arrogant, but as a character she's incredibly well described. How she's putting the lives of those dragons before the possible safety of herself and the poor guy talks volumes about her idealism and love for dragons, and at the same time her belief she can make decisions FOR him inside HIS home where she should be just a guest. I can't really put into words all I can feel about her character, and that's in equal part due to my inability to write well and your deep characterization. Good job.
Red on the horizon
Time to beat Clair... or for Clair to beat you? I mean... Kingdra. Just Kingdra.

You probably completed this playthrough ages ago, but... good luck in a retroactive manner -.-
That arm...
Is your arm ok Ghetsis? I'm pretty sure leather gloves are not supposed to have bulging veins like that...

Also, very neat touch that little "Snivy hunting a Sewaddle" thing. In the real world it works, lizards do hunt bugs, but in the Pokémon world, with Sewaddle Bug typing winning over Grass types... I look forward to see how you implemented the realism with the Pokemon logic.

Keep up the good work!