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Abendroth likes to show off his doll collection.
His eyes almost looks like he's going blind. I could say something else about that, but...
Do any of you play Fate Grand Order? How lucky do you consider yourselves? Yesterday I got Sherlock Holmes (5* Ruler) through a free summon ticket. My fourth 5* gotten through a free summon ticket..
And this month we're working on compiling Volume 5 together and extras. So volume 5 should be available for purchase in August.
On the one hand, yes, that's true, but on the other, does that make it acceptable?
@DrunkenNordmann: Given how long vampires live, it might very well be THE Guan Yu. But, honestly, would you tell someone who could crush you very easily that they aren't who they say they are?
@man in black: And his lordship is lapping it up.
Gah! The adorable child-like innocence and sparkles! It burnssssss!
Or something.
Chapter 28 cover
In chess, the Knight is capable of moving around the whole board and back.
Last page of chapter 27.
You'll note that Jacques is tapping the right side of his chest. While in most cases the heart is more to the left, Jacques has a condition called Situs Inversus. Situs inversus (also called situs transversus or oppositus) is a congenital condition in which the major visceral organs are reversed or mirrored from their normal positions.
You'll also note Jacques isn't speaking with fancy font or accent.
Back to the relative present.
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Would like a pronunciation guide for their names.
In Croatian and Slovenian lore, a person born with a caul (piece of placenta covering their face) was destined to become either a Kudlak or a Kresnik. A person so destined to become a Kudlak would already begin a career of evil while still alive - his soul would leave his body at night in animal form and fly through the air to attack people or to magically do other harm to the community he lived in. Some stories say that they would become vampires or vampire-like beings. But if a person born with a caul became a Kresnik, he became a champion of the community. While he lived, his soul left his body in animal form at night to fight against both living and undead Kudlaks.

Where the Kresnik was the representative of goodness and light, the Kudlak symbolized evil and darkness.
I originally had Jacques using harsher language for this comic, but Rebecca suggested I tone it down a bit.

Speaking of rewriting, I posted a script for a comic I had written years ago. Check it out, I hope you enjoy it: 952
I'm not sure those are 'happy to see you' faces... Then again, are cuiberns expressive in a way that humans can recognize?
I'd say he was going to die soon, if he weren't such a big focus character. So it's more likely others will die in his place.
Jacques was nailed to a cross. He found it mildly inconvenient.
Jupiter must have accumulated a lot of regrets and mistakes over his lifetime.
Not a friendly Undine...
Jacques admits he is a monster and then adds that he is a monster because he is human. And on the first page of the month too.