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November 22, 2010

I think I never quite recovered from New Zealand time, some part of my brain still seems to think it’s fine to work on the page the day it’s due to be posted, which is incorrect. I’m slowly working on it. It also seems like I don’t have time any more to reply to comments, which is kind of crummy of me considering how important all the readers are in keeping RMR going. So that’s something I also intend to fix in the near future. In the meantime, hello to the new readers! You are all grand.*

* All the old readers are grand too.

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Oh, hey, there are CONSEQUENCES to Ashul being landlocked. Huh!

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Yep! Though having said that, a certain unnamed person I know from New Zealand can’t swim, and considering the country is pretty much just one huge beach I think that’s quite an achievement.

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people that can’t swim here are idiots. because they then go to the beach with their friends, play in the ocean, and drown. sad but true.

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Or, somehow, they manage not to go deep enough into the water for it to be a problem. If you’re in a level of water where you can just walk out if there’s trouble then not being able to swim is pretty well a non-issue. That’s like saying people who don’t know how to hunt are idiots, because then they inevitably go out into the bush with no provisions for several days and then starve. It’s amazing how easy it is for that to not come up.

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LOL! Pseudonym, I love ya.
I can’t swim, yet I live on the East Coast. In my defense though, there’s some weird things in the water. Like, uh…large carnivorous reptiles.

I am, however, moderately great at wilderness survival.

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I gotta say, while I have only recently started browsing webcomics, yours has to the most well drawn and interesting one I’ve ever seen.

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oh, and I forgot to add, great job on this panel. The water looks absolutely beautiful. Also, I really like the way the character’s faces look in this lighting.

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there is such great chemistry between those two. also, she’s not going to have a problem getting over. she’ll just use her magic squirrel ancestry and leap over.

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The water is absolutely beautiful! Not that the backgrounds, the characters, the story weren’t too, but it caught my eye first.

On another note, i never understood the question “Does your foot reach the bottom?” meaning if the water is shallow enough to be able to stand and breathe in it. Of course your foot would always reach the bottom. It’s your head that won’t be always over water level, duh… -.- ” .

:D

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