7 comments on “Ring Out at Mid-Gar

  1. Awww, I thought he’d be waiting until Arc 5 or something to do that. 😀

    Though it’s a little more harrowing to see that Twinbrook is, uh, seeing the consequences of its water pollution. There’s no other way to explain that thing!

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  2. I’d say that dead sea monsters are the perfect thing to set the mood for a romantic proposal. 😀 I do love how Sinbad included the bear into it. So cute!

    I have to say that I did’t expect the sea monster, but it made for a very grand, awe-inspiring scene. Also it was funny that you mentioned the fact that the harpoon-dude seemed to pull the harpoon out of their ass. Every video game character seems to have some sort of storage dimension in there.

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    • Hey, when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade! 😛 (Or…Something like that)

      As for the sea monster, it just seemed fitting that a town like Twinbrook would have something like that in its lake.

      And funny thing: I actually was thinking about video game characters doing that when writing the part about the harpooner. 😛

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  3. Wow! That was beautiful. I loved the proposal and I certainly wasn’t expecting it. What a great and meaningful way for Sinbad to propose. No wonder he went back for the bear.

    Oh… and what the hell is the thing they found and that person? Am I to assume this is… the Builder? Whoever or whatever that is?? And what was in the water? This chapter had some intense and scary moments. Great chapter!

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