Comic 1405 - Travailing with company

21st Aug 2020, 7:01 AM in Spirit of Adventure
Travailing with company
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Lackinganame 21st Aug 2020, 7:01 AM edit delete
Lackinganame
No words so more drawing this page! Now we journey into the weekend. In case you missed it, here is the big news this week again! My little sister is publishing her book!


The Ajoiner Realm

General Warren Northwright is failing in the last war against the Darkness. Vile monsters have slaughtered his men, and now he stands alone. With the unexpected return of a search party, a spark of hope ignites within him.

With the new found map and a scrap of parchment as his only guides, he gathers his surviving comrades to help him find the Beacon which will restore freedom to the Ajoiner realm. His elite team comprises a prince who refused his throne, a compassionate military scout, and a reserved goliath.

With time running out for Fortitude, Warren delves into the territory of the Darkness. If he fails, he'll lose his tattered honor and condemn the land to ruin.

The book launches September 15 and will be available in paperback and digital.

However! You can pre order digital now on amazon and here is a easy link for it. The Ajoiner Realm (Defenders of Radiance Book 1) Kindle Edition


(next update 8-24-20)

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Maryalee 21st Aug 2020, 9:00 AM edit delete reply
Maryalee
Actions speaking louder than the no words. We can see what is happening, so no need for extra dialogue.

Of interest is the destroyed mill in Panel 3. That was someone's business, possibly a family's business, destroyed. Livelihoods destroyed. And if they were unfortunate enough to be inside when it was struck....

War is bad. War is at it's base inhumane. When wars are started because of racist/theological ideology, they are incomprehensibly worse.
Tyfariel 24th Aug 2020, 9:55 AM edit delete reply
Tyfariel
That looks a bit like Tirea's home, but I could be wrong.

And that boat ride must have been pretty fun for everyone. I wonder if they had to take turns.
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