Comic 38 - And there we have it, a god who plans for the long-term future!

27th Jul 2012, 4:34 AM in Emea's problem
And there we have it, a god who plans for the long-term future!
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Gallstone 27th Jul 2012, 8:10 AM edit delete reply
Well, I'm a little impressed; ole Wakatonka cares about giving kids a full family experience, with a mom and a dad.

The prospect of seeing his village's bloodline continue seems to be an exciting one to him... *cough*

Hmmm. Since he asked for men... Is the majority of Wakatonka's people perhaps female? Is that why they're so fond of him?
Gallstone 27th Jul 2012, 8:12 AM edit delete reply
... Or was that just because men have an easier time with conceiving multiple offspring in a short span of time?
The Spun Off Artist 27th Jul 2012, 1:14 PM edit delete reply
The Spun Off Artist
That's the answer. No spoilers there.
Hogan 27th Jul 2012, 8:36 PM edit delete reply
Hogan
What's a couple of years for a faerie? :)
... which force me to ask the question... whats the expected lifespan of a faerie in this world? Along humnakind or?
The Spun Off Artist 27th Jul 2012, 8:45 PM edit delete reply
The Spun Off Artist
About 150 years. Longer than a human being, but not absurdly so.
CyberSkull 28th Jul 2012, 5:56 AM edit delete reply
CyberSkull
That also brings up the question, do faeries experience the passage of time in a manner similar/identical to humans?
The Spun Off Artist 28th Jul 2012, 11:28 AM edit delete reply
The Spun Off Artist
Pretty much. You won't find "What's a hundred years to an elf" in this comic. The lifespans are all pretty proportionate. Goblins live a little shorter than humans, but mostly because of their violent lifestyle and poor hygiene. Gnomes live a little longer but show what to a human would look like signs of age earlier.

Gods, on the other hand, do live very long, but this is a result of the apotheosis process, and not a genetic feature.
Gallstone 28th Jul 2012, 8:49 AM edit delete reply
Aléas is assuming a lot of authority here, isn't she? Is she Thrashbarg (sp?)'s designated successor, perhaps?

And am I wrong in assuming that at least some of Emea's faeries were based on the Smurfs? :p
The Spun Off Artist 28th Jul 2012, 11:28 AM edit delete reply
The Spun Off Artist
Well read on...
Gallstone 29th Jul 2012, 8:09 AM edit delete reply
Oh, dear. All the buildings in Wakatonka's village are boner-shaped, aren't they? o_o;
The Spun Off Artist 29th Jul 2012, 11:05 AM edit delete reply
The Spun Off Artist
Yep. the architecture is phallic, the jewelry is phallic and the millinery is phallic.

(Hopefully, this will get this comic a googlewhack for "Phallic millinery".)
Guest 29th Jul 2012, 11:11 PM edit delete reply
Penis hats. Woo hoo!
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