but a bit less unlikely in Dark Reflections given what we know about over there. In my defence for making these in the first place a while back, Scott was probably being an extra responsible adult at the time and doing vital real world stuff involved in making a living and even hence having less time to humour me than usual.So, being very bored while coincidentally reading up on some history at the time …

I want to keep EXIERN at the high levels we all expect it to be at, but I also need to keep a roof over our heads and food in our mouths.

This is why Patreon support is so important to EXIERN.

I’ve already seen Antipus capture new characters and Typh, Peonie, and Phi’s new home for the next storyline and I am simply stoked.

Part of the reason the upcoming pages look so good is that ever since Drowemos decided his own art didn’t meet his expectations of the comic EXIERN has paid artists to realize Typh and his fellow adventurers.

Don’t forget to use the opportunity of the comments section during this time to write anything from critiques about the story so far to suggestions about anything to do with the story going forward or behind the scenes production issues among other things.

It’s basically going to be like a rolling suggestion box where you don’t have to worry about derailing any discussion of the story.

At one time, when we were twice a week, EXIERN cost

It’s basically going to be like a rolling suggestion box where you don’t have to worry about derailing any discussion of the story.At one time, when we were twice a week, EXIERN cost $1,200 a month with the previous artists.Now we pay Antipus $700 a month for EXIERN’s weekly pages. Every NPR station around me is doing fundraising now about how they couldn’t be on the air like they are without listener support.After all, I’m barely strong enough to write a strongly worded objection, never mind being able to drop him down an elevator shaft as a measure of last resort.Just kidding, Scott as a boss is OK (obviously just a joke Scott … However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t an avenue to make your voice heard.So, I managed to talk Scott into turning over the keys for Exiern to me for a couple of weeks over the holiday period.

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It’s basically going to be like a rolling suggestion box where you don’t have to worry about derailing any discussion of the story.

At one time, when we were twice a week, EXIERN cost $1,200 a month with the previous artists.

Now we pay Antipus $700 a month for EXIERN’s weekly pages. Every NPR station around me is doing fundraising now about how they couldn’t be on the air like they are without listener support.

After all, I’m barely strong enough to write a strongly worded objection, never mind being able to drop him down an elevator shaft as a measure of last resort.

Just kidding, Scott as a boss is OK (obviously just a joke Scott … However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t an avenue to make your voice heard.

So, I managed to talk Scott into turning over the keys for Exiern to me for a couple of weeks over the holiday period.

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It’s basically going to be like a rolling suggestion box where you don’t have to worry about derailing any discussion of the story.

At one time, when we were twice a week, EXIERN cost $1,200 a month with the previous artists.

Now we pay Antipus $700 a month for EXIERN’s weekly pages. Every NPR station around me is doing fundraising now about how they couldn’t be on the air like they are without listener support.

After all, I’m barely strong enough to write a strongly worded objection, never mind being able to drop him down an elevator shaft as a measure of last resort.

,200 a month with the previous artists.

Now we pay Antipus 0 a month for EXIERN’s weekly pages. Every NPR station around me is doing fundraising now about how they couldn’t be on the air like they are without listener support.

After all, I’m barely strong enough to write a strongly worded objection, never mind being able to drop him down an elevator shaft as a measure of last resort.

Just kidding, Scott as a boss is OK (obviously just a joke Scott … However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t an avenue to make your voice heard.

So, I managed to talk Scott into turning over the keys for Exiern to me for a couple of weeks over the holiday period.