20 Responses to Prologue 5 | Page 76

  1. Ed8 says:

    So she’s thinking that more guests means…more Butlers? A Bevy of Butlers? A Band of Butlers? A Bonanza of Butlers?

    • mvandinter says:

      Butler beehive? Butler boondoggle? Butler Barbecue? Butler of The Baskervilles? What are we talking about again?

  2. NoneCallMeTim says:

    Apparently the Chinese symbol for catastrophe is a mixture of disaster and opportunity. Seemed appropriate?

    • mvandinter says:

      I previously toyed with the idea of writing the entire comic in Esperanto, and now I’m tempted to swap out the text of every word bubble with Chinese symbols.

  3. NoneCallMeTim says:

    Tio estas bonega ideo!

    • Ed8 says:

      Ne kuraฤigi lin, li povus fari ฤin!

      • mvandinter says:

        Translation: Ed8 thinks the author is crazy enough to turn the comic into a Esperanto+Chinese disaster!

        But would it be a useful disaster?

        • Ed8 says:

          Very useful. You would almost certainly have the #1 Esperanto-Chinese Anachronistic Hollow-Earth Webcomic IN THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE.

          Just think of what an advertising slogan that would make!

  4. Guesticus says:

    This… should be interesting

  5. Guesticus says:

    Never really considered Charlie to be a red, but then again, never really thought much about their hair colour

    • mvandinter says:

      It’s all gray anyway.

      In the event that I decide to make the post-Prologue story in FULL COLOR, she might officially become a redhead. No promises, though.

      • Ed8 says:

        “The post-prologue story”? Wouldn’t most folks just call that “the story”? Or are you implying that there will be a post-prologue pre-story story prior to the beginning of the introduction of the eventual preamble to the main story? ๐Ÿ˜‰

        • mvandinter says:

          ‘A post-prologue pre-story prior to the beginning of the introduction of the eventual preamble’?

          But of course! I’ve got the next 27 years of Unearth updates mapped out… And that’s when the actual story begins.

          • Ed8 says:

            Awesome! Looking forward to it! I just hate it when authors will dump an audience abruptly right into the middle of a story with only 5 or 10 years of introduction. Amateurs!

  6. Dreadogastus says:

    She is a true aristocrat. No matter how useless her servants are, she won’t sully her hands by laboring herself.

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