Webcomic profile: Ashface's Daughter
Ashface's Daughter
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Last update: 15th Mar 2020, 4:00 PM
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A snarky, sarcastic, and precocious little girl growing up in a village of necromancers, liches, assassins, and the sort. What's the worst that could happen?


Occasional author, longtime pixel-artist, newbie 3D-artist, and aspiring Emperor of the World.

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So, I love your story line.
I have a real problem picking up the drift of what is happening with no dialogue. Any chance you could grant us a summary narrative of what and who is happening in this Druids chapter. Best and hope your able to recommence soon.
Heh :) Hopefully, we'll be back soon. It's taken longer than I'd hoped, lots of real life stuff getting in the way and preventing me from spending the time I need to get things running again. Soon though!
Everytime I look at this I can't help but have a certain song from "Sound of Music" pop in my head:

"So long,
Aufweidersehn, goodnight!
Adieu, Adieu, to you and you and you!"

Actually... when Baugulf transformed from the bear to a human, I thought that the scars were fresh from the fight. Now we learn that he had these scars since his youth. He and his master had decades to heal them and make them disappear. They were obviously able to do it - if Baugulf was able to heal all damage he received in the fight and fast than the damage could be done, he could have done it himself. But they didn't. This strikes me as a bit strange... One possible explanation would be that young Baugulf indeed decided to keep the scars to make him look badass.

But that contains a twist by itself because it was his own stupidity that got him scarred, he and his master know that first hand, since he was brought back to his parents in a bad state, they may also know it. So Baugulf had no good story to tell, he would need to lie all the time, knowing that several people know the truth.
Oh, so it is! I didn't notice that, thanks for catching it!