Can’t talk must play more Witcher 2.
Edit: Whoops! Updated 7 hours early. Oh well, I’ll let you have it
That is an interesting point; in a world where most people are mythic figures, how much does “have a child” come into increasing the population? Laz is presumably a special case, but do the various mythic races have children? Or only the generic specimens, while most of the major groups are trapped in their own mythologies?
That’s an interesting question. I wonder…
Even the gods had heir children and families. The methods for getting these children were often rather odd (and just as often completely normal), but they had children.
Yes – but did they have a child, and then introduce the worship of that child, or did a myth arise and create a child for them whether they liked it or not? Can they have both children-by-myth and children-by-personal-relations?
I love the desighn of his spear ^-^. Also, ok pal. Whos the cat in your family?
Oh? We’ve reached a point where Lazarus has confirmed that Eshita is his friend. And Eshita is threatening to skewer him, so I’m going to assume it’s true.
no, i think you’re reading that wrong, Eshita is threatening to skewer Caleb not Lazarus. and the real question( hopefully soon to be answered) is “oh?, and what Birthright would that be?!”
read through the comic earlier and… lazarus is a cute demon
Clearly he has a right to these artifacts, as a member of the Pointy-Ear Clan. Just like Eshita and Lazarus.
Actually, in this case, Eshita DOES have a right to be here since this tomb IS owned by the Rakasha. (Or so the Rakasha claim.) Caleb seems to say he has a birthright to loot ALL tombs. Is he saying he’s from the grave robber caste of the Elves?
You attack the Darkness… There’s and ELF in front!
I’m wondering, how did they get away from the mummies?
Caleb sealed the door behind them.
new word for grave robbing archaeology
Snakes. Why did it have to be snakes?
2nd panel…. THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID!
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