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Sarah "Chu" Wilson
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Hello folks! I hope you've been enjoying Slightly Damned and Soprano of Time! My summer vacation is almost at an end in the blink of an eye. When I return to school, I... well, I won't stop working on those things, but I will have a renewed focus on Junk Hyenas. It's gonna be one wild ride.

If you like my stuff and you would like to support my endeavors, I recently opened two easy ways for you to offer your support!

Here is my catch-all Storenvy shop with buttons, zines, Slightly Damned plushies and more: chu.storenvy.com/

And here is my Patreon account where you can be a patron and receive exclusive goodies in exchange: www.patreon.com/raizap

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Irinore Featured By Owner 1 hour ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
These last pages remind me of a song. Have you heard "The thin line between love and hate"? Probably not. Basically the chorus goes:

"There's a thin line between love and hate
Wider divided than you can see between good and bad
There's a grey place between black and white
But everyone have the right to chose the part that he takes"
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069x-ray Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Stupid brainwashed brother, unwilling to understand... he makes me laugh, and at the same time he makes me angry, both because I think he's rather pathetic.
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Yoshimario40 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Man that reunion really could've gone better.
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Combak Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Ambiguous~!
I'm betting we'll switch over to Rhea and Buwaro regrouping with the Sinclairs next week, just to keep some suspense.

By the way, the seraph's name is spelled differently on pg. 656 and pg. 657. Which one is correct?

Also, I think I know what's going on...
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raizy Featured By Owner 2 days ago
It's supposed to be Verammi. :w oops
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Combak Featured By Owner 2 days ago
You're welcome! ;p
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Omnikrystal Featured By Owner Edited Sep 23, 2014
I'm re-reading the part about Darius raising the three demons now. Sometimes I forget how powerful and touching of a chapter that is.

As for the present tense situation, I want to know why Kieri didn't tell Kazai that Buwaro risked his life to save her twice. If she had told him the part about Buwaro taking a lightning shot from the crazy Seraph in Weyville in her place and almost DYING in the process, he might have stopped to rethink his arguments, because that blows any theories like "he's trying to trick you" clean out of the water.
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Len-n-n Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2014
At the same time, Kazai seems brainwashed enough to twist that around in his head.  He probably would have retorted that, if it were a Seraph doing it, then it must have been right--the "he's one of us" mentality--the same he used for Verani (sp?).  And he probably would have decided to believe that he was hitting Kieri by accident.
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Omnikrystal Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014
It would probably take some time to convince him of the truth, but between the fact that Denevol really WAS trying to kill Kieri, Buwaro saved her twice, three times if you count bringing her in from the snow when she was injured as a bunny and stopping Rhea from eating her, the fact that he was the one who led Kieri to find Kazai again, he hasn't attacked her once in the time they've known each other, and he's been the primary force keeping her sane, there isn't much room for doubt.
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Len-n-n Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Not for the rational mind at least, nor to the eyewitness.  But I think that's the thing: Kazai isn't acting rational, nor did he see the events for himself.  If he's so wrapped up in his "demons are are all evil and angels are always right" dogma that he's actually convinced that his sister has Stockholm syndrome.  He jumps to conclusions and doesn't listen. 

There really ISN'T any room for doubt, but Kazai WANTS to doubt, so he'll MAKE room.  It'll sadly take more than some explanations to snap him out of it.
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