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  • The man behind the curtain
    October 1st, 2018 10:38 pm
    Author's Reply

    Something tells me that the dragon isn’t happy…

  • Gemai
    October 2nd, 2018 7:47 am

    Some author is really terrible in fantasy writing… you do not let dragons fly by law of physics… give them magic!

  • Wilhelm
    October 2nd, 2018 9:30 am

    I think you’ve hit on the problem but I think the dragon DID fly with magic. It got to Varia and physics was asked to take over. Physics took a look up at the dragon and said, “Nope”

  • Frith Ra
    October 2nd, 2018 12:30 pm

    Now I’m wondering if this dragon is a transformed person and is still trying to figure out this whole flying thing.

  • Adama
    October 2nd, 2018 8:03 pm

    “Snap Crackle Pop” ? 🙂

  • Lil Chelly
    October 2nd, 2018 10:33 pm

    Awww I hope someone helps that poor baby. I don’t wanna see a dragon death, it’s not it’s fault it was poorly written ;-;

    • The man behind the curtain
      October 3rd, 2018 6:24 pm
      Author's Reply

      Would it help at all to know that prior to appearing here, the dragon consumed two humans, an elf, a dwarf and four vertically-challenged adventurers when their wizard was distracted enjoying some sort of pipe-based recreation?

  • Lil Chelly
    October 4th, 2018 7:53 pm

    Noppers, it’s not it’s fault. It’s just doing what the writer did, like when Joe transformed those two boys. He didn’t want to, he had to.

    • Adama
      October 6th, 2018 7:32 pm

      Fair point.

  • Wilhelm
    October 6th, 2018 9:27 pm

    I wonder about that though. We saw what Remy originally wrote about Joe experimenting on the three mains in his lab. Something like ‘and Joe experiments on them”. A couple read through and comments made by Faye make me wonder if Joe and Faye had complete control over what they chose to do to Ian, Remy and Steph. Joe decided to turn the guys into girls and give Remy a huge rack. Faye chose to stick the bimbo attachment on. Sounded like Joe did so because he didn’t know they were new “characters” and thus wouldn’t reset at the end of the story

    Joe changes them knowing they are stuck like that, then Joe is a jerk. Joe changes them thinking they would change back in a few minutes and is being playful. Careless mistake.

    How does this affect our fellowship-chomping dragon? We can’t see his story so we don’t know. He could have had the choice to eat them and picked dinner in the same way as Joe chosing to ka-girl Ian. Either way it looks like he/she is going to hit the water like a poorly written meteor. May be a sad end for dragon but on page 98 that eye zoom in look sure made him/her look like evil was about to happen

  • Bob-AW
    October 7th, 2018 12:29 am

    I love the dialog 🙂

    I’m not sure how I should feel about all the comments regarding ‘poor fantasy writing’, haha. I know it’s meta-commentary, or at least hope it is 🙂

  • Zorlond
    October 28th, 2018 8:54 am

    Actually there’s nothing inherently wrong with the idea of a dragon flying around with physics, you just have to scale it up properly (bone density, wing shape and span, skin tensile strength, etc). After all, a 747 weighs over 360 tons at full capacity, and it manages.

  • Gemai
    October 30th, 2018 11:27 am

    Due to the laws of size that is incorrect. The bigger the mass the less resistance air has. Low mass “swims” in air as if its water and water is like a concrete wall to small masses on equal area proportion. Also if a dragon had the energy source and SPEED of a 747 sure. Note however that the wings of aeroplanes are extremely strong yet flexible to resist that force. But it can not hover in that case. And a dragon that farts as fast as a Hornet to hover with force pressure downwards is very odd.

    Do not apply aeroplane physics to the actual use of wings in short.

    Nature has shown us the limitations of flight with conventional muscle and wing shapes. It is not dragon sized… not the conventional dragons of 20 meters height and over 50m wingspan at least.

    • Wilhelm
      November 2nd, 2018 5:01 pm

      Echo the technical aspects of what Gemai says. The specific problem is that as creature mass increases, the amount of structural (bone density) and muscle required to support flight increases the creature mass at a different (and higher) slope. Meaning, the heavier the creature, the more muscle and bone needed and the added bone and muscle is heaver than the flight benefits that same muscle and bone provide.

  • The man behind the curtain
    November 1st, 2018 10:31 pm
    Author's Reply

    Apologies, one day delay on the next comic page, will be posted in about 20 hours from this posting time.

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