poor page guy shouldn't have been the first one to the door.
Drake is switching his weapon from a dagger to a Roman style short sword. It's not a very elegant weapon, but its shorter reach is actualy more of an advantage in the close quarters of the hallway and although slow it is hefty enough to do some damage against even George's armor when its got enough power behind it.
Drake can change the weapon's shape fairly quickly, but it temporarily weakens the metal, so he needs a pause in the fighting to do so, such as George grabbing the falling page.
re tricorn5: fight scene yes, the level of kickassness of the fight will be for you to judge.
re dragonmaiden50: well, that level of piety often brings a high level of stuck-uped-ness
re StellaFrost: yup, George, pious as he is, would never lie.
re Barnes 4321: religious wars are certainly dangerous and destructive institutions, although I'm not sure if dragons are what you would consider innocents given their powerful and destructive nature.
re Skittsue: Drake is doing his best to get at him.
re Onasaki: hmm, no I don't think that I changed the third panel
re tRickityHouses: thanks ^_^
re Miya: damn, shield got in the way of neck stabbing
re Azhtann: not sure if the evil grin is heroic, but he certainly lept out.
re blackpickles: sadly for the poor page George and everyone else is taken by surprise.
An excellent swiftness of hands there for George with the shield. And, in regards to the authors comment on my comment, the dragons did nowt first, so they're innocent until proven......powerful and destructive ;P
Something died inside me when I hit the next button and the only thing it gave me was the same page... D: this is awesome. I like your way to draw this, like while people (/or whatever creature there happens to be) are talking and you make them do something at the same time :D it's a small thing, but I find that reading becomes more comfortable and it feels more real when you do so. Not just bubbles after bubbles, but something to look at too. And look how you've improved from the beginning- that's amazing. And I also like how you use history and such here. If you didn't get it already, I started to love this comic and it's all your fault for making it too good. :p