2.69 - January 17th, 2013, 4:29 am
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[Posted by Misteen on January 17th, 2013, 4:53 am]

>miyto: oh yes, Firefox : D

>Groudonkid: Thank you, I'll take my time! As you say it's better if I myself enjoy the comic too, so I can write and draw the best I can ^ ^ This busy period is gonna end soon though, can't wait!
Your questions are quite important for the development of the story too! You're probably right, Ren should have lost a finger at least >_> Anyway I wanted to introduce the "bite matter" since a while. Since it's difficult to state if a Sorrow was once a human or a Pokemon I thought about giving some clues. I chose to place Ren's bite on his hand figuring that Ren, who was a human, used his hand to protect himself from a Luxray sorrow (either pokemon or human, we can't know) which wanted to bite him in the face or neck... If Ren was once a Pokemon instead of a human he would have received the bite directly on the neck I guess... Well, it's just the way I came up with about this argument.
-"Was he bitten by a human or Pokemon Sorrow?" This is another question I wanted to answer to since a while, but for the comic smoothness, in the end I decided not to introduce clues that lead to the correct answer for each case. As I said before you can just try to guess it considering the place where a victim was bitten: e.g. if a human victim had his bottom bitten, it probably was infected by a Pokemon form sorrow, that is a Pokemon. Human sorrows in first stage of infection look like human and probably don't aim biting people'asses.

Anyway, even if I'm the author I'm open to suggestions. Even if there won't be much space for this argument in the story, I think it's quite relevant for Sorrows universe. ^ ^

>HKim: indeed it's soon! Didn't see it coming!

>eevee2000: Thank you, I will!! >w<

And thank you everyone! Even if I can't pay regular visit here I receive lots of encouragement by comments and new fans TwT


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[Posted by Manga-Ka on January 17th, 2013, 4:40 am]

Catch him before he flees! D:


OOOOOOH [Posted by Blitz3124 on January 17th, 2013, 11:00 am]

i see, he think's she was a trainer before becoming a sarrow.....


[Posted by Estarflame on January 17th, 2013, 4:09 pm]

@Blitz3124: Really? I thought he found out that she was human


[Posted by Groudonkid (Guest) on January 17th, 2013, 10:08 pm]

Excellent explanation! I'm impressed. Howerver remember that many pokemon are anthropomorphic (human-shaped)and thus your helpful guide won't always lead us to the right conclusion. Keep up the good work so that we all may continue to enjoy your story.

Wait a second... That pose Rica's in, in panel 4. Let me try tha-OW GOD MY ARM!...
Misteen, I regret to inform you that the pose you have Rica in while holding the painball, is physically impossible. ~ow
The blade edge of a scyther's arm is located on the ulnar side (the side where your pinky would be if it were your arm). It is impossible to turn your arm behind your back so that the top of your arm is facing upwards while the ulnar side is tilted upwards as well. Even if she were somehow that flexible, how will she throw the ball?
If anyone doubts me on this i suggest you try it yourself. (Don't forget to kiss your arm goodbye if you do though... ~ow)

I feel like I'm being a complete jerk when I point out plotholes and mistakes. I really hope that I don't come across that way. I really do enjoy your work, and only desire for you to continue and improve. ~ow


[Posted by Miyto (Guest) on January 25th, 2013, 1:18 pm]

@Groudonkid: Actually I went and tested that position, it is possible to hold a (fist-size and not very heavy) rock between the arms w/o no gripping of the hands (a little hard to keep the rock in the same spot, but still possible).

This was assuming that Scyther's blades are facing the same direction as where a Human's palms would


[Posted by Groudonkid (Guest) on January 26th, 2013, 7:59 pm]

@Miyto: Allow me to explain please.
Take your right arm and place it behind you. Then rotate your plam clockwise till it points upward and back a bit. If you turn your hand the other way it would be possible, but the blade would be facing the wrong direction.
If you hold your arms like a praying mantis (or scyther) with your palms facing each other, the blades are the ridge of your arm facing away from you. That would mean the bony ridge would be the opposite edge. If you hold out your right hand with the plam facing down, the blade edge would be the right side and the bone would be the left. (This is nescessary for a scyther to be able to slice sideways) That means you could place your hand behind your back with the palm upwards, but the blade would face outwards instead of inwards. That means that Riza would have blades that would face inward rather than forward or outward.
That was fun! I'm always up for a debate.

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