aaand there goes Quncey, bye-bye axe man. I will name Fitz's lady friend Lucy.
All of the lovely extras are making their rather hasty exit from the comic. Thaks to everyone who volunteered their characters ^_^
re sarall: well there was no way in hell he was going to do something heroic ^_^
re No-Name9: yup
re stevebarns: yup, and this one's flattened ^_^
re TheDemonDragonCat: probably would mess up your house a bit.
re tricorn5: which begs the question...do vampires poop?
re teurastaa: well, the bulk of them are getting away, or at least trying to.
re BatsAreFlyingRats: I like squirts ^_^
re doom Bubbles and Imola: bingo. Quincey was a bit of a giveaway, wasn't it? Maybe ?I should have named him Reinfeild considering his splattered end.
re Angelzora: I guess I sort of wanted that as a backround action, like a "by the way, Teddy's still killin things while they're talking" so it doesn't seem like the action stops while they're talking.
re Doodlebot: yup, costume change time is approaching.
re Mr.Blackbird: I don't want to seem like I'm ignoring what you say, I did actualy give it a lot of thought, but it doesn't work as well with things I've planned for later. A feral state can be acheived with this sort of meltdown, which is a distinct change, but then there's also the gradual loss of sanity over time, which is much vaguer. Some get worn down under the strain of keeping their instincs in check, and others are corrupted by the power. I need to keep this sort of change ambiguous because of how I've set up the vampire leader's character. She's set up to be a moraly ambiguos tyrant figure. She's good in that she keeps order, but bad in that she's brutal in her means of keeping order because of the nature of her subjects. One of the ways she keeps control is by manipulating the defenition of "feral." If someone's out of line or a threat, she can say their feral and justify taking them out. If the transition to feral is a clear change, then this option isn't as open to her and I can't add that much darker aspect to her character. It is a sacrifice in terms of coolness factor, but I like the way Mina's charactr came together in my head, and I'm willing to sacrifice some flashness for Teddy to maintain that. Hope that wasn't too spoiler-ific for you, but that's how my thought-process is working.
re kasi: oh tut tut, no belittleing your own stuff. You've only got three pages donse so far, you haven't even hit your stride yet.
re Myra: I would guess so. I know there are different blood types, but I'm not sure how that would translate into taste. There are other factors too. People have different concentrations of iron and stuff in their blood, so maybe aneimic people like me would have a "weak" taste maybe? Diseased people probably wouldn't taste too pleasant. Vampires in stories also tend to prize "pure" young women, so maybe the state of one's soul also impacts the taste.
re Wowfreak2011: yeah, I don't envy the laundry maid.
re aato: ^_^ thanks
re Lucida: a married couple in the middle of a slaughter.
re Assuni: I've got your answer in Myra's reply.
re Stuffersz: well, Fitz is about to deliver more.
FLEE, YOU SCUMBAGS! HOW DARE YOU HURT TEDDY! *pats Teddy on the head* Well, vampires pooped when they were human, and the blood should go through their digestive tract if they swallow it and all. But I guess it would all be liquidy and stuff. Ewwww.