Yeah, not a whole lot going on on this page, and you waited so long for it too, sorry guys. it's been a buisy week. I'll try to get the next page up quickly.
now a quick blurb about solifidian aging, because a few of you have been asking about it and I haven't realy explained it. Solifidians don't deteriorate as they grow older like humans do, and in that sense they are immortal. They can be killed, die from sickness, and in the case of very old ones, loose their grip on reality and fade back into Bahamoot if there's nothing to keep them firmly anchored in this world.
Solifidans do grow up, and because they are creatures that are partialy abstract (and because timelines in myths often make no sense) their physical maturity relies more on their mental maturity than anything else. Solifidians then age at different rates, and can even stagnate at one age for a long period of time.
They can start to show signs of the deterioration we associae with age due to things like like fatigue and illness. Their human forms are also something that they create, and so, while they tend to make them reflect their age, they aren't a reliable gauge.
re Neko with a Katana: it's still true to some degree nowadays (like "hey guys") but back then there weren't feminists running around trying to stop it.
re Zheyna: probably because I'm not used to drawing legs. stupid toga-skirts.
re Butterscotch: hope I covered that (also, a father wouls probably alter his human form, which he has controll over, to make it clear that he's older than his son. In dragon myths age=power, so that kind of visual would be important to the hirearchy)
re Mr.BlackbirdLike all systems, it has its flaws, but works fairly well overall.
re Onasaki: hope I managed to clear that up.
re Imola: I figured dragons, with all their piles of gold would go for jewlery as a show of power at formal occasions.
re TheDemonDragonCat: well, I suppose it's your arm, I can't tell you what to do with it.
re Nosa: you never see Drake at home like you do Joan or Teddy, so his story isn't as promnantly absent.
re Angelzora: heh, if people think human women are bad when their hormonal, just think of what a dragon would be like.
re MADtiger: thanks ^_^
re Enkida: but the text is there for you to read, not me (hopfuly I know what it says) so if you can't read it that's a problem. Larger text and stronger glow on this page, is it better?
re kasi: Keep practicing. At the start of the comic I drew mitten hands because I didn't like my fingers.