Comic 695 - Absolution: The End

30th Nov 2015, 6:03 AM in Absolution
Absolution: The End
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Lackinganame 30th Nov 2015, 6:03 AM edit delete
And that concludes our Absolution story! I hope you all enjoyed it.

I would Like to thank my Mom and Dad and my brothers and Sisters for all the support they gave me through out this story.

I would also like to thank all the readers who come back week after week, you are all a really big help in keeping this comic going.

Hmmm... Oh is it that time already!

(Surprise 12-3-15)


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Maryalee 30th Nov 2015, 6:09 PM edit delete reply
You have the same problem with "our" I do. I'm constantly hitting the "t" instead of the "r". Great minds what can I say?

"Christmas time is here. Bringing joy and cheer...."
domestic goddess 30th Nov 2015, 6:21 PM edit delete reply
WOOHOO! Wonderful story! Can't wait to see what you come up with next.
JSStryker 30th Nov 2015, 9:26 PM edit delete reply
Great story! Looking forward to the next arc!
Lackinganame 1st Dec 2015, 2:42 PM edit delete reply
So am I.
Maryalee 7th Dec 2015, 5:07 PM edit delete reply
Now that this story is over can you answer a question? Way back at the beginning I said that I saw this as being a journey of absolution for Cer'veja. He had been carrying a world of guild on his shoulder regarding what happened to his brother, and I felt it was a major factor in his less than sociable nature. I felt that he was going to face a test, and at the end of that would be absolved of that guilt.


Was that your exact intention all along, or did you have a slightly different story in mind that just took off on a tangent when you let it loose on the page. Seem to remember you said that sometimes happened.
Lackinganame 8th Dec 2015, 3:55 PM edit delete reply
There never really was a plan to resolve about Cer'veja's brother, That is something he resolved on his own a long time ago.

Cer'veja's story is more about him moving past his present state where he just kind of exists. It's about him becoming part of something and learning to look past him self as well as see past the then and now and start to look at the there and then.

The back story of Cer'veja is no so much to define his character but to give context as to why he is so uncaring.

I did feel a little bad about not doing more with his brother so I did tweak some part of Absolution so we got to see more of what happen. But in the end I want Cer'veja's story to be more about moving foreword not just looking back.

Good eyes ya got tho.

(Cer'veja's seems like it has way to many commas in it to be right.)
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