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Chapter 28: Page 11

October 27th, 2016, 11:00 am

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

You know, I realized halfway through drawing this page that I basically made the exact same slapstick joke in like, chapter 6. I make a lot of intentional callbacks to things, but this one was actually not on purpose.

Question of the Update: What do you think Dae's reaction will be when he inevitably catches them because Riza's just plain not sneaky?

And You Say...

Pleidius (Guest) says,

How??

how does the blind gal know she is out of sight of the guy they're following?

timotheus (Guest) says,

She's an elf. And a native.

KingKomodo (Guest) says,

Little bit of anger and probably start an argument along the lines of the one they were having at dinner. And Pleidius you clearly haven't seen Daredevil.

Pleidius (Guest) says,

yes

I have seen Dare Devil, did not realise the elf gal had been dipped in toxic waste . . .

SoulRaider116 says,

Here's your answer...no toxic waste required

People who lose one sense often adapt by naturally developing other senses to a more heightened level, no toxic waist needed. They can hear, smell and physically feel things seeing people wouldn't. Some have even been known to develop a sort of sonar technique to keep from running into things just by making sounds.

She can probably hear where he is relative to the tree. He turned quickly, the shift probably caused his feet to make a sound. Her back is against the tree, so she knows it's size and can deduce that she's out of his visual range by combining those two factors.

Comments, anyone?