Unearth | Chapter 3 Page 67

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25 Responses to Unearth | Chapter 3 Page 67

  1. Luces says:

    What a fool-proved, tried and tested way to introduce yourself in a new surrounding: First hunt the natives!
    By the way: Elephant guns?
    Did Philo expect to come out finally on the warmer side of the Planet, or is he simply the kind of person who packs expedition-like for a simply stroll in the park?

  2. Thorin Schmidt says:

    And the eyeball arrows emerge! Seek! Destroy! HUZZAH!

  3. Yakumo says:

    I was apparently right, chapter three is reddish because it’s in Alicevision.

  4. Petaybee says:

    Elephant GUN?…
    More like Elephant FUN!
    Amirite guys?! Hahahaha, hey where’s everybody going?

    • mvandinter says:

      Facepalm Award Congrats, Petaybee!

    • FujiiiYakumo says:

      Your avatar so utterly fits your comment, Petaybee. And the Web comic it’s from in general.

      • Petaybee says:

        Haha, Max’s dad is probably the strongest candidate for being a perpetrator of verbal crimes against the auditory senses, but seriously, nobody is above suspicion. 🙂

        • Yakumo says:

          Nope! 🙂

        • Number 6 says:

          so what webcomic is it from?

          • Petaybee says:

            🙂 I haven’t quoted anything in particular in this instance, but my avatar is Isabel from the webcomic Paranatural, and while she’s one of the more, I don’t know, “serious” characters (although that word by itself seems like it mischaracterises her), none of the individuals from the comic can be reliably counted on not to make a pun while in conversation.
            Also: Yay overly long complex sentence. 😕

  5. Wisknort says:

    Alice now wants to head back? Interesting.

    • mvandinter says:

      That’s a good point, Wisknort. I think I’ll change “home” to “out”.

      • Number 6 says:

        I just assumed that she preferred the socially stifling environment of her home to the option of starving to death and/or dying of thirst in a barren cave 100 miles underground. The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. (or other side of the bore-hole?)

    • mvandinter says:

      Proof-Reader Award
      Fixed thanks to Wisknort. Thanks 🙂

  6. Alphaghoul says:

    I’m really starting to get sick of her attitude.

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