ok guys, sorry about the missed update earlier in the week. I'm visiting high school friends, most of which I hadn't seen in a year, so, yeh, priorities and all that. I'll be back on schedule next week.
some thing's I'm still not happy with in the page, but I wanted to get it up.
Poor Drake's shirt has been thoroughly ruined. I was going to buy him one of those magically self-repairing ones that I've seen around, but it turns out that they're quite expensive.
re Imola: at least the children of the time aren't as sheltered as our modern ones.
re TheDemonDragonCat: I'm gessing Drake's pattern would be rather painful to get done in reality.
re Angelzora: yes he does, he wouldn't be Drake otherwise.
re tricorn5: evil's sort of a shaky matter in this story, so its hard to say whether that's good or bad.
re teurastaa: bah, he's got too much of it for his own good anyways.
re Bearagirl119: writing romance really isn't my thing, so even when I do include it in the storyline, it's not the focus really. I much prefer banter than mush.
re Myra: no worries, we'll be back to him in a page or so.
re HABE: and maybe that deer he ate was giving him a belly ache too XP
re 2SkyDragon: I decided not to make it visible in his dragon form. It's on his skin, so the scales lay over it and hide it. perhaps for ceremonial occasions it might be painted on, but making something permanent on dragon scale would probably be quite an endeavor. mostly I did this because having to draw the pattern would make drawing his dragon form really tedious.
re Captain Shinji: I had a roomates-style comic idea at one point, but it never did manage to solidify. it just floated around in my head for a while until other ideas squished it.
re amiko_16: damaging Drake's ego is always a fun activity.
re kasi: I won't try your patience for too long, we''ll get back to teddy in a page or two.
re Nosa: When I say several years, I mean that once or twice a year I'd doodle soething in a notebook, so it wasn't exactly a concentrated effort.
re tRickityHouses: except when he is, and even then he'll never admit it.
re BatsAreFlyingRats: he'll be back shortly, never fear.
re Neko with a Katana: aww, I hope the update helps alleviate part of all that.
Yeah, about children... maybe today' s children aren' t THAT pampered either... seeing as a 7-year-old, after finally having learnt to read, I always read at least twice all the death scenes in the novels I read.
Not to mention that when once we found a pigeon overrun by car, I wanted to take it and play with it...
Teddy will get an extra portion of emoness after all this.