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Chapter 28: Page 2

September 1st, 2016, 12:20 pm

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

Heyyy sorry for the delay, real life caught up with me for a bit there.

But here's a page!

Question of the Update: Arthurian legend aside, can you think of any other stories like the one Riza is describing, where everyone kind of knows the bare bones but you have to go our of your way to find any details?

And You Say...

SpiralofDragon says,

Might not be an ancient tale, but while most people seem to have read/watched The Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit, barely anyone will have gone to read, or even heard of, the Silmarillion or any of the other books on Middle Earth. (Anyone who hasn't should totally give them a shot. A lot of things in LoTR and Hobbit will make so much more sense!!)

KingKomodo (Guest) says,

I'd venture to say Norse mythology, mainly due to a good bit of misinformation (thanks Marvel) but beyond knowing that Thor is the god of Thunder, Odin's his father, Loki's his brother and something about frost giants no one seems to know much more about it. For example, Tyr the source of where we get Tuesday from, Norse god of war, and missing a hand due to sticking into the mouth of a giant wolf as a form of sacrifice.

Who (Guest) says,

Riza's face in the last panel, ha, perfect. X)

Timotheus (Guest) says,

I spent well over a year trying to establish just what the role of the Norns might have been in Norse Theology (I was a big Oh My Goddess fan). It took a lot of digging through original references from 19th and 20th century translations but I think I finally came up with something. The proofs however run through a couple hundred pages of text and references from all over the place.

Timotheus (Guest) says,

Oh, and yes I've read the Silmarillion.

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