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Comic 1009 - Getting the idea

4th Dec 2017, 7:01 AM in Spirit of Adventure
Getting the idea
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Lackinganame 4th Dec 2017, 7:01 AM edit delete
Lackinganame
Well if you wondering what with the new link on the site. I decided to start trying to make some money. I went more into it on the 5 year page that went out Sunday if you want to check that out. Or you could go check out my Patreon page I am still trying to figure out the best way to set it up.

But as with anything in life as soon as you try to start something new you get sick that week. But don't worry this is really the only page to suffer from me being sick the next one I actually feel really good about.

But hey Tirea is slowly getting the idea here anyways.

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Maryalee 4th Dec 2017, 5:36 PM edit delete reply
Maryalee
She may be a genius engineer, but Tirea's a bit slow on personal relationships, so this will be good for her.

And we've seen Cer'veja voice it before: Closest to Family, but I believe this is the first time Arua has expressed that type of closeness to Veja. We know it's there, it's just something we observe rather than hear.

This made me think that we don't know a lot about the early life of either Arua or Cer'Veja. We know Arua had studied a long time to be a priestess, and we know Veja lived on the streets with his older brother, but that's it.
Lackinganame 5th Dec 2017, 3:40 PM edit delete reply
Lackinganame
I only have a few vague things figured out about their growing ups. Nothing to interesting in them, heck Arua hair and eye's where a different color all together then.
Maryalee 6th Dec 2017, 5:39 PM edit delete reply
Maryalee
Just thinking randomly: there is the fact of Arua studying for the priesthood. Tauren were not advocates of An'she until Cataclysm at the earliest, and only Aponi Brightmane and Tahu Sagewind initially embraced it. I, for a legion of one, would be interested in how she came to that decision. The Light *probably* played a role in encouraging her interest, but I'm saying it would be interesting to see how this worked out in her growing up. Did her parents encourage it, were they against it, and pushing her to be a Druid, or were they neutral? What about the reaction from other Tauren?

We know Cer'Veja had an older brother, but did they have other family? Were they estranged from them because of his brother's criminal leanings, or was it a family affair? We know they were close, but it would be interesting to see how their relationship developed to the point where Veja was willing to kill to avenge his brother's death.

I'm just rambling here. Maybe the phenergran is still bumping around in my bloodstream.
Lackinganame 7th Dec 2017, 3:20 PM edit delete reply
Lackinganame
Gratz has the problem of Solace starting closely tied into real WoW but moving way off from it by the end of Exaltation. As such a few things get weird in the lore.

The kingdom was taken off of Azeroth doing the shuddering. A few millennium had gone by at the point when Solace started so almost anything before that time and in the early few hundred years was well forgotten.

There really is no good way to tell the history on Arua and Cer'veja that wouldn't be so strong of a departure from our main story so enjoy these snippets.

Arua was left and raised at an abbey as a new born. Yes this was done so I wouldn't have to come up with a real back story for her.

Cer'veja backstory is a little more complicated. The time he spent with his mom was very little, in fact it was so little that he was with her long enough to wind up in his older brother's hands. From then on he was raised by his brother. Think "the outsiders" and Cer'veja was a bit like pony boy but not really given a chance to get out of that life. It was the gang that betrayed Cer'veja's brother and killed him. Something else about Cer'veja is that him and his brother where actually really half brothers. Cer'veja of course doesn't know this and it doesn't really matter but that is part of what lead to their mom abandoning them.
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