13 April 2016
A character splash as we go …
I have always wanted to roleplay this scenario, but for some reason no one ever wants to stay in town any longer than to buy stuff or pick up women. The closest I got was failing a stealth check, then pointing the angry, burly man towards some other dudes with a bluff check before booking my butt out of that particular dark alley.
Traveled- past tense of the verb to travel
Travelled – adjective referring to a place that is often traveled
Traveler – person who travels
Traveller – person who travels
And yet traveled and travelled are now used interchangeably, while traveler and traveller have always been so. @_@
I do regret being headstrong in high school English class and completely blowing off the section about poetric metre because I thought it would have no use ever. Or maybe I regret choosing a bard as a main character. (Throws poetric metre on top of the “things-to-study-for-Classism” list.)
For funsies, though it has no bearing to story:
The scene depicted is Weston’s first sight of the Dwarven mountains, Aefmarr, about 11-ish months before the start of the story.
… ok, next time if I have to do this many backgrounds as the focus, i’m breaking it up into two comics. It’s not so much a question of whether I can get them done, it’s a question of willpower to get them done. And all this for a “beat” comic (aka a comic where essentially nothing happens to give a “beat” before other things happen). Bleh
Well, it gave me a chance to see what kinds of methods I draw bgs best.
Yeah, this entire shpiel was about Ms Bard acquiring her second blade. I was initially going to give this role to the rogue of the party, but I think this way lays out the environment of the world they’re in a bit better.