Haaaa new comic up, in between like 3 different projects for school. Man, the army sure isn’t getting a ton of help huh? New voting content will probably be up tomorrow.
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Some familiar faces here, too. We’ve jumped ahead in time since we last saw them. This chapter moves around a lot on the timeline but hopefully it will all make sense.
I’m still working on the first Q&A comic, but please ask more questions of your favorite characters if you have any!
And, as ever, thank you for reading.
A bit of a transition page. Hey Halflighters, I want to hear from you: Ask a Character! Ask them anything and they will answer one way or another. Leave your queries in the comments and I shall pass them to the right parties.
I was asked about the song in this chapter and if there was more to it. There wasn’t at the time, but I thought it would be fun, and here it is. Vote to see the total version of the song from the beginning of Chapter 7! (If you don’t feel like voting, I’ll post it on the facebook page in a week or so after the next incentive goes up. The three holiday ones will be posted there this week!)
Hmmm anyone recognize these two? Next week brings us a scene change and a leap forward in time.
The semester starts for me tomorrow… wish me luck in surviving it!
Here is the 3rd of 3 holiday themed pictures – vote to see and read the description below!
During the winter months, Drae visit the wayfarers shrines dedicated to their clan’s ancestors, lighting candles and tying strips of silk to them with prayers or wishes for the new year written on them, or names of those who are being remembered. This is often done at night, and many a traveler’s tale involves these ghostly shrines and their “unknown” attendants, for the lighting of these shrines is highly secretive and often a duty of the youngest of a clan’s members.
One and a half more pages of flashback! Some familiar faces might show up soon.
Halflight for the Holidays part 2 of 3:
The Kalthilas live in the greenwood, the center of which never freezes. Snow is therefore something of a novelty – and the nomadic tribes often make the journey to the outskirts of the greenwood to play games with one another, the victors earning crowns woven of evergreen leaves, bones, antlers and bells. Outsiders are invited to participate, although they do so at their own risk – for this time of year is viewed by the Kalthilas as an excellent time for pranking one another, and a sense of humor and high tolerance for food, drink, dance and getting snow in one’s face are heartily recommended.
At last, dialogue! If it wasn’t clear before, this is a bit of a window into the past.
This is the very last update of 2015 which was a very busy year for me. In 2016 I really want to keep up regular updates – I even have a pretty sizable buffer now. As always, thank you so much for stopping by and reading!