Thank you
Wow. A part of me can't believe that Folded is over. This has been one of my favorite Nuzlockes, if not my favorite. It's hard to say what I loved most, since everything blended together beautifully. The art work is lovely, and the wholesome story is fantastic. Every update brought me joy. I loved especially how your backgrounds were never static; the pokemon were always moving and people shifting. Every personality was unique and distinct.

I lack the words, so I'll conclude with I'm sad to see this over, but I'm even happier to have been able to follow this story through to its end. Thank you for sharing such a lovely, lovely work with us. I'll be keeping an eye on DA. :) Best of luck with your future projects!!
Gorgeous work. Thank you for continuing this. It's lovely~
I don't think that this was poorly drawn at all. Rather, the artwork is consistent, you have good narrative direction in the camera angles, and good pacing of the story. The fight scenes are also well done.

This is a beautiful piece. I absolutely loved it. Kudos on great work! :)

This must have been quite a production in real life... Congrats to all the participants, and blessings on the soon-to-be wedded! :D
The cover is beautiful and makes up for the wait~

No worries. Enjoy your time with your family. The time will be there still when you return. :)
Uh-oh...
I have a bad feeling concerning Zaynab's father...
Lovely work as usual~

I'm glad that you're feeling better! Welcome back :D
Enjoy your break. When you've rested, we'll still be awaiting chapter 14 with as much eagerness. Fantastic work as usual. :)
@Kinggigasmon: Unfortunately, too, but that makes sense. Thanks for your help! :)
@Kinggigasmon: You're very welcome! It's a well-earned kudos. :)

No problem: I could have sworn that the butcher (for the halal [?] meat that Bridgette was sent for) was introduced as her uncle, when she first meets Zaynab. (I've probably misremembered, I'm sorry.)
So I haven't commented until now, but I have to say:

Wow. This chapter has so much *beautiful* narrative direction. Of course there are some things that Zaynab might not have known or pulled from conjecture or hearsay, but there were several instances where it was so much more powerful to tell by implication/directing the camera elsewhere (like Zaynab's mother's death at the end). And then, after the reader has seen her history (alongside the significance of her tea), have her summarize it with simply "My mother is dead." She has not told Bridgette a thing, but the reader knows. I felt a punch to the gut. *Beautiful* narration. Kudos.

A couple of questions: Is her uncle really her father? Or will we learn that next?
Ooh, that is a beautiful page! Keep up the great work!! I'm so excited to read where this goes~
Here come the Fates, yes? :D

This is quite lovely. I'm interested to see where you take this. Best of luck~
@TheFourthSoul: I have only had the opportunity to play through the game once, and Wiki says that it's in another route. So, no, I have not. But thank you for your direction.
So Flowey was the dead child, huh? That's a neat twist. I wonder how he became a flower. (I haven't played Undertale in a while, though, so I might just have forgotten something. Or missed something.)

Thank you so much for making this lovely comic. It was a joy to read it through to its conclusion. :) Fantastic work, and best of luck on your future projects!
You said that this was a school project, but this is really cute. It's like a digital picture book. Thank you for sharing it with us!
Aaaaah I love this nuzlocke so much. Each new update brings me so much joy~

I also wanted to say that, while I love the artwork on the whole, I especially love that over-the-shoulder panel with Em looking down the long hall. So much in that single shot. And that reflective tile. Such a lovely touch~

Keep up the great work~!
Judging by the fact that the demon briefly appears and disappears, I have the sneaking suspicion that it's a trap...