Stream at 2hpm east with the power of Luna’s last velcahal page(more about this under), Kite’s coloring of monday page, a pregnant Kalki artwork(poor baby) and some arcades side arts. Yes instead of a second commission i want to wrap up this arcade cabinet project. However that mean i’ll be taking suggestions from the audience!

So where is today’s update? Kite is wrapping it up. It’ll go online after midnight.
Where was yesterday news update? It went to bookkeeping. I’ve been pushing it for 3 months and now i’m out of time. That include today’s commission time.

What with this last velcahal page? Madea , the writer, has to depart for his work for several months. This mean the velcahal page tomorrow will end on a too be continued. Instead Lunareth will bring you a tale of her people, kind of , as the next story will be about Die’tra’s mother back at the colony. Hunting mist whales, drinking and warring.

Also, she’d like to have your child.
Yes even if you’re of the female persuation.


5 Responses to One leave, one enter

  1. CutieSquiggoth says:

    So unless you’ve got into or out of daylight savings, that should be 4am my time, I’ll see what I can do to catch the mid and last parts :)

    And no, I don’t want her to have my child, I suspect she’s not a nice person, and my stabbity senses are tingling.

  2. Ikaika Kekai says:

    …*gets on radio* Tatical Nuke, my location…tell my family I love them.

  3. Greenwood Goat says:

    Having carefully read the text, and examined the picture filenames, I’m going to guess that the upper pic is a (draft?) representation of Die’tra’s mother, possibly called “Slainne” (from the filename). Any spiritual relationship to Sláine Mac Roth, hero of the long-running 2000AD series that bears his name? She certainly looks Celtic enough, and tough and lusty enough.

    As for the bit about having my child… well, regarding the woman in the upper pic: I’m not sure that I can produce viable offspring with a drow, or that she’d be happy if she ended up with a goat hybrid, but if she were up for it, we could certainly try…

    …regarding the “woman” in the lower pic: no, but she can have my axe, and the silver infusion spell that I keep handy for werewolves, and any other offensive magics that I can come up with, all topped off with an extirpation and annihilation spell. I’ll try to make it as quick as possible – *wham* *shazam* and ad Avernum ma’am!

    Thinking about it, that sentence could be referring to adoption… which would make things simple enough because I have no children! Of course, if it was Ms Eyeball asking, while I would be tempted to refer her to my previous answer, I think I would have to go with Ikaika Kekai here. I’d suggest they make it a triple strike – an airburst and then two ground bursts of at least 500kilotons – minimum interval. *stands to attention* You will be remembered, Ikaika Kekai. *salutes*


    • Alric says:

      You got it right on the name. If you haven’t guessed already from the Am’saag (esp. Tur’geis & Die’tra’s) names and appearance, the Gimirri are based on the ancient Irish/Celts as well as Central Asian nomads such as the Cimmerians, Scythians (both of whom were believed by medieval Irish pseudo-historical accounts to be ancestors of the Celtic people!), Huns, Sarmatians, Alans, Tatars, Cumans, Mongols, etc. The title Gimirri is even derived from an old Persian name for the Cimmerians, Scythians and Huns. Am’saag is from “amsaig” which is Old Irish for “wild man” or “mercenary.”

      • Alric says:

        By the way, Tur’geis has a bit of Sláine MacRoth influence too, as well as being a drow version of Conan the Cimmerian (as if that wasn’t clear enough).