Okay, so much for legendary. 🙂
Good call, Darth Killer. Of course Kyri is expecting Miss Prim to send out the big guns (so to speak).
And we already knew Kyri was long forgotten from the peaple, remember when she saved some animal slaughter when coming back to St Louis after her waking up ? 😉
Still, i wonder if grim will snap out of it upon recognizing Kyri, or if he’ll keep his Giganto persona, or worse if he’s actually not grim in the first place…
And now she totally climbs on top of Giganto to get to the Little Miss Princess up there? 😀
There is always a twist. So stay tuned. 🙂
Thanks for stoppin’ by Insectoid, DK, and Nyerguds.
But too short pages… need more… more… moreeeee… XD
I definitly like color better. 😀
Maybe if Tony has schedule problems when adding color he can look form someone to help ? (Not me, i’m no artist. Xiao xiao figures are already a tough enough challenge for me)
Definately it looks better, but it takes more time, so we have less story.
But, as Tony says, he is having some help, so that’s great!
I actually hired someone to flat the pages (lay down the base colors) and it makes things so much easier to apply the final touches. As long as I can afford it and Mrs. Tony allows me to spend the money Endstone will be in color. 🙂
A competant villain? Someone who doesn’t waste waves of henchmen on the hero, and instead skips straight to the only one who actually stands a chance? That is scary!
Depends on the goal. Wasting waves of henchmen can still be a competant villain, if the goal is to delay the hero.
But clearly here, Primrose is trying to get rid of Kyri.
I don’t get it; the whole endstone/banestone thing happened only a generation ago, why don’t people remember it? Or did that battle not have any major repercussions on the world at large, just on the individuals tied to the endstone?
The order of the nuns (forgot the entire name) was a reclusive order, so that less peaple would be tempted to steal their Endstone. And now that it’s been over 20 years since they got wiped out thanks to Drakhyl’s scheames, they really got forgotten by history.
It’s mostly just a running gag: The legendary hero who no one remembers. 🙂 Also, DK is right. The nuns were a mysterious sect located on the east coast. And after the defeat of Drakyl the Dragonstone, Kyri tried to live an unassuming life. She didn’t really start wearing the deer attire until right before Jon stole the Endstone from her. She’s probably well known amongst the elite stoners and those in power (or with reason to fear).
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