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Seven Rain
********** Seven Rain **********

Hey, name's Casey.
I'm a typical weeb/nerd/geek/whatever with a love for Japan, nostalgic 90's stuff, cutesy nonsense, etc...

But most importantly I CREATE COMICS! An expanded universe called The EthereaVerse! Check it out!

************ Projects ************

Current series:
- "WOE: Wings Over Ethereal"

Coming up next:
- Various EthereaVerse side stories
- "The Blackjack Chronicles"
(Be patient. That one's gonna be a while.)

Future projects:
- "Project Guardian"
(Will probably follow WOE's completion, or The BJC's, whichever ends first.)

Canceled projects:
- "Black Jack" [Sprite version]

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@sentiashinou: Poor Ixal can't catch a break even in death.
Sorry about the long wait for this underwhelming page. For those who don't follow me on Twitter I'll echo here that WOE updates might be slower than usual for a bit while I work on some extra stuff.
Seven Rain
December 11th, 2017
@JoKeR: It's really good, if you ever have a chance watch the newer anime and start reading the manga where the anime ends. It starts out a bit slow and cliche, but it gets insane later.
The Chimera Ants arc is soul-shattering.
@Redjive: Ahaha I wish I got thousands of readers. I average about 100 readers a day, and 500-ish a month. According to SJ's stats, anyway... But wow, ads? Really? I haven't used Project Wonderful in like 8 or 9 months.

And yeah, I love replying to readers, you guys make me feel incredible, for real. My comics are really important to me but I'm pretty small time. Never been good at advertising or promoting or networking or any of that stuff so when I do get fans that read and comment a lot I love it. It makes me feel like I'm not just releasing comics into an empty void, haha. (Not that I wanna make people feel pressured to comment if they don't want to, but nothing makes me happier than happy readers.)
Seven Rain
December 10th, 2017
Oh hey the reptilian character finally appears!
I don't know why, but his entrance gave me a Hunter x Hunter vibe.
@Redjive: Hey sorry to come at you out of nowhere with this but I've been forgetting to ask; How exactly did you find WOE?

You're the first off-site reader to comment this much and it's gotten me really curious. Did you simply find it through one of those webcomic listing sites like Belfry or something?

(New site looks great, by the way!)
@sentiashinou: Ha! He underestimated how perceptive humans can be.
Seven Rain
December 3rd, 2017
@JoKeR: To be brutally honest I forgot he needed a catalyst to cast spells.
Seven Rain
December 3rd, 2017
You know what to do Nirrod. Blow it all to smithereens. Inexperienced fire magic solves all problems.
@JoKeR: Yeah, I really wish I had done something like that early on.
Of course some extra artwork of the cast together in a full shot would be nice, too. Maybe I can piece together the bio pics for one sometime after they're all updated, though some are a bit out of proportion.

I'm still really excited to show the King in action this chapter. Hope readers get excited, too.
@JoKeR: In an edgy Gundam pilot voice: "Eliminating all threats. Rosen, launching."
@Redjive: I love that observation, and it's not just you, the King is huge, haha.

The female knight's name is Monica, by the way.
(Kraz and Dirsta are indeed bigger than she is but my poor use of depth here might make her seem even smaller than she is. My fault for cutting off the feet like a lazy bum. She's about the same height as Reina.)
@Redjive: I see where you're coming from, and I've never stopped to think of a number before so it could potentially change in the future, but I do have other reasons to go with a smaller number. One being I feel it'd add to future comics that make note of the rarity of Draconians.

[Edit: I'm snipping out a paragraph here because it's stuff I'm definitely far from decided on. Sorry again for all the editing I've done, but I love it when fans get me thinking real hard about this stuff.]

Also bear in mind although I haven't formally revealed a timeline or anything WOE takes place around 600 AD on Earth, so their numbers have had plenty of time to thin by now, and a lot of shit's going to go down between WOE and the next major comic, so I'd even say it's not too much of a stretch to go from thousands to hundreds in the next couple thousand years, (and yes, comics in the EthereaVerse will have gaps that large between them at times.)

I'll keep your words in mind and feel things out as the comics go on, though. I enjoy it when fans make me think this hard about my universe, especially when I didn't even consider it before Sentia brought it up, haha.

(Hope I didn't get incoherent during my own ramblings, sometimes I worry that I'm losing focus when I go on that long.)

And who am I kidding, a ton of this could be changed in the future, hahaha. I try not to retcon but I get silly with the decisions that haven't become canon yet.
(And sorry for all the edits.)
@Redjive: Huh. I don't know a lot about Tolkien's Elves, (though what little I do know I'd liken to Ethereans more than anything. What started as animu cat people kinda turned into elves with furry ears as I fleshed out the EthereaVerse more,) are they really nonrenewable? I figured they could give birth.

Either way "nonrenewable resource" is an apt description for Draconians, haha.
@sentiashinou: Reasonably, but not compared to humans or Ethereans. I've never stopped to think of a rough estimate but I guess I'd go with somewhere in the quadruple digits.

On second thought I'd go with a few hundred rather than a few thousand. Draconians kinda have an "everyone knows everyone" thing going on, so hundreds sounds a lot more reasonable for that.

They're much less common since they cannot reproduce, and although they don't age they can die from other causes.
@JoKeR: Ahaha no worries, she should be more active in the story moving forward, at least.

She'll have a really important off-screen role during the time skip between seasons, as well.
@JoKeR: That's Monica. She hasn't been as previlent as the other knights and it's not the first time you forgot who she is, haha.

Since she appears so infrequently, art evolution probably makes it harder to recognize her as well.
(I also didn't nail her hair too well in that last panel. I'm thinking about fixing it up a bit later on.)
@JoKeR: Perhapsss...