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You know, that overhead panel looked a lot better in my head. Art fail. Oh well.
Also, that bottom "I have no idea" speech bubble in the first panel is supposed to be Xan's. Not that it says anything particularly important, but I couldn't figure out how to make it point to him without either drawing another panel or drawing it overtop of Riza. Whici I didn't really feel like doing.
Aaaaanyway, Monty remembers something! The team may be in luck.
So, Question of the Update: That book Monty's talking about? Give it a title, possible a tagline, and, if you're feeling ambitious, one of those little descriptive blurbs you find on the back of modern books, even though it likely wouldn't have one of those.
Dragons and Dreamers: An In-depth look at the Mythological Traditions of Sanvolae.
This in-depth look at lore from all over Sanvolae is sure to entertain readers of all ages! Focusing on the Rokenthia legends surrounding the Dragon Wars and how they were put to an end by The Dreamers. This griping and exciting read will surely keep you on the edge of your seat! Read on to find out when fact and fiction blur!
Heehee, not the best, but probably the best I could come up with on the spot.
This non-fiction novel has all about dragons and dreamers. Where did the dreamstone come from? Why can't baby dragons fly? How can you tell if someone is a dreamer? Find all this and more in Dragons and Dreamstones!