8th of March, 2020 (Sunday)

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Okay, so it turns out there's two chapters left. There ended up being more ending than I thought. Kinda ruined the 3 parts of 10 chapters each thing I was going for.

I'll try to do them as proper webcomic pages, but they may be just sketches most of the time. I'll see how it goes.

Comments (8)

8th of March, 2020 (Sunday)
Super excited for the finale, in whatever format you end up posting it. Been a fantastic journey - good luck, and thank you!
9th of March, 2020 (Monday)
I think I started following this story around Chap 3. I'm excited to see how everything will come together, and sad that the journey will be ending.
Keith, oh that guy
Works for me.
We're on the ride with you Tober, whatever form the story takes.
10th of March, 2020 (Tuesday)
Thank you for the art.
11th of March, 2020 (Wednesday)
I was bored and didn’t want to do work, so I did maths instead!
Your chapters have averaged to almost exactly 20 pages per chapter, which I think is cool since you were going for 3 parts of 10 chapters each. You first posted in November, 2013, which honestly makes it really impressive that you’ve kept such an amazing dedication to your series and to us during all of this time! You have averaged about 1.7 comics per week during this time, even including time for hiatuses, which is a lot more than some comics I read, and your art has grown and changed so much in those nearly 6.5 years!
I have thought this countless times, but thank you for your incredible passion and hard work to make this series into what it is. Despite some very hard struggles that you’ve faced, you have been continuing to make this with a higher quality and regularity than I could ever dream of. I started reading this in 2015 and have gone through a few rough patches since then, and this comic has always been a source of joy for me when it’s been getting tough. There’s still a good bit left before we finish, but I just wanted to say thank you for everything that you have done.
15th of March, 2020 (Sunday)
Opus the Poet
I find it interesting that Charlie in a dress assumes a typically feminine posture, even a stereotypical posture.
16th of March, 2020 (Monday)
We're in the home stretch now. Can't wait for the thrilling conclusion!

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