Indeed, that can’t be good.
You beat me too it.
Somewhat i feel sad not to have forseen this particular problem… You know, despite being so obvious… xD
That’s a testament to Tony’s writing. No cliché is inherently bad, only overusing or solely depending on them is. Tony has so much enternained us with his rich storytelling that one cliché here and there won’t hurt, specially if it’s well told. 🙂
The call of a very different kind of wild
Another deer… And looking at these tattoos, a priest of Vale as well. I wonder what happens now…
Good eye. 🙂 Just to be clear about Kyri’s tattoos, the deer skull (the Goddess Vale) on her back is the mark of her tribe, the Kyri. The tattoos on her left arm are the mark of the tribe’s shaman, who rocks the Rainstone.
I’ll leave the Stag’s tattoos up to interpretation. 😉
Even the deer wear things around their waist. Will he think her indecent, I wonder? Or will he not care? (Assuming that this dude is a deer himself, given the tattoos of Vale.)
This is a great question. When I designed the deer, I used the Amazon Indians as a rough guide. The Indians sometimes cover themselves, sometimes not. So I figure there is no notion of modern “decency” amongst the Amazon Indians or the Deer of Endstone. If they cover themselves it’s for the sake of decoration or ceremony.
Plus, Endstone is a safe for work comic. So I couldn’t have the Stag’s privates on full display here.
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