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Blood is Mine
A choose-your-own-adventure sprite comic
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong Language
Language: English
Genre: Horror
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 3 days ago, 3:44 AM
Number of comics: 1177
Number of subscribers: 93
Visitors: 268659 visitors (3085454 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (2257 votes)

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Post what you'd like the protagonist(s) to do in the comments. I try to take whichever suggestion has the most support/the most people suggesting it, though if there's not a consensus I'll just take whichever one sounds best (or try to do all of it).

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Myya (Guest)
Today
Forced sync training (starting with a re-visit with Michelle) needs to happen as well, but I feel these are two separate things that will both require focus, time, and significant energy. Forced syncs also have their benefit limited mostly to Mine, unless we plan to drag everyone along, and even then the full team would likely benefit from spiritual training (like form shifting in spirit form) prior to doing so.
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when is next undercity (Guest)
Today
Skullrama
Yesterday
Spiritual training is definitely a thing that needs to happen. Maybe via the experimenting with forced syncs.
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Golnor (Guest)
Yesterday
So we are having trouble lifting our whole body. What about pieces that can support our weight, like our shoulder blades or something?
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Spades (Guest)
2 days ago
Increased size won't do us much good unless we can move it around at the same speed as something smaller. Compare Bullet Bills from thr Super Mario Bros. series to ordinary bullets fired out of ordinary hand guns and you'll find the latter to be the superior weapon. Working on our speed will be more to our benefit than levitating larger things.
Left on Experiment with Pierce's version