Elementary, dear spirit
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Chariset says:

Oooh, moral conflict!

I hope it turns out there's a good and noble reason for the Dwizarfs to revolt. That would certainly make things easier

Woulv says:

I think the amazon fey looks evil in the 5th panel... and leaf looks cool^^

Nebra Reppalk says:

Okay, so the Fey has an Amazon to control now. Well...I suppose we just have to find out what its agenda is.

Also, this could be quite interesting because our assumptions of Fey are based on our knowledge of Feiht and Sohac. We don't know about other Fey, and wouldn't it be interesting if some of them turned out to be outright malicious?

MadMann135 says:

So the Fae did alter the amazons for it's own reasons. Leaf is more observant and more of a detective than one would guess.
We need Leaf in a detective's hat. :p

Irish Drinker says:

Well well, the plot deepens. Curious to know how this ends up. However, its more of does the fey control amazons, or the promise to teh Amazons that she made make her obligated to follow him/her. Its har to say for sure, but then again, thats why we are waiting for the next comic :)

Skreyola says:

Way to go, Leaf!

-Norbert- says:

We do know a Fey other than pixies.
The Lady of the Forest.

And in answer to the tooltip-text: No I don't think it's too dark (neither from brightness- nor from a story perspective)

Someguy says:

Use the staff Leaf! I bet it makes em go pop.

TheNextTaggerung says:

oh no.....

Evil Overlord Kuyselle Goldword says:

In Panel 5, the Fey looks like a jester in a Shakespeare play I saw... I think it was Twelfth Night, and the character was Feste. He had a blue star painted over one eye, and it made him look kind of weird and evil and mischevious and funny at the same time.
Given my tendency to root for villans, I will now beg Mith and Alien to make the Fey win. (Don't worry, I don't expect them to actually DO it.)

Evil Overlord Kuyselle Goldword says:

Oh, and by the way, I've had the phrase "you say you want a revolution, we-ell, you know," and the song "Won't Get Fooled Again" rolling around in my head this ENTIRE DAY. I know, I'm strange...

hkmaly says:

Chariset: The King is against magic. That's noble reason enough for me.

Chariset says:

Psst... hey...Feiht... That fey certainly is SHINY, isn't she?

eekee says:

One reason I won't get involved in magic. You never know who's -really- in control.


Kudos to Leaf for courage, I didn't know he quite had that much in him. Worried about Ayne though. >_>

Pulsy says:

Good job on the shinyness :o I wonder why the lights went out though.

Nebra Reppalk says:

Probably some sort of magical after-effect. Magic tends to do that when plot is involved, make the room dark or something similar.

Dark Dragon says:

Does Ayne have to obey if the blue whatever it is gives her a command? And how will the dwizarfs react when they find out they've been manipulated by blue spooky?

Shiqra says:

Wow - LOVING the new update schedule. Thanks Alien and Mith!!

cat says:

that certainly explains why she turned greyish colored

Odo says:

About the darkness, I figured it was in the nature of this Fey to dwell in darkness, and so when she(?) revealed herself, she revealed the darkness as well. Or maybe it isn't darkness, but just blueness.

Evil Overlord Kuyselle Goldword says:

Dark Dragon: Well, it would be good of Ayne TO obey the Fey. She OWES it. Indirectly, yes, but she owes it. And I think the dwizarfs will get pretty mad, which will probably involve lots of pink mice running around on the floor. YAY!

Chariset says:

I still think it was odd that Ayne entered into a lifetime-binding agreement just to get a new bow

Leinad says:

Have ayne's eyes always been so blue?

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