Last year I missed a couple of Cameos so I thought I’d take this opportunity to play catch-up and show that I appreciate them.
First up Tinuvielle appeared in LOVEFEAST, hanging out in the Institute for Training in the Arts of Death and cheering on ‘delicious conflict.’ Well well, isn’t she a dark horse?
LOVEFEAST is a webcomic by Senshuu about former mortals training to become Shinigami: Gods of Death! The characters are learning to cope with their extraordinary new powers and responsibilities whilst struggling to retain their humanity. They are just starting their journey and it’s sure to be an interesting ride! LOVEFEAST is an adult comic and has adult themes delivered with a smidgen of dry humour. Interesting and worth checking out.
Dungeon Legacy by George Ward (aka Dungeon Warden) is, like Epic Fail, is based on Dungeons and Dragons and has been running for, oh, simply ages. It’s a comic I enjoy and have read almost all of it. Dungeon Legacy actually gets on with the story instead of telling stupid jokes! There’s a lesson in there somewhere…
Thanks to everyone in the wonderful webcomics community who have supported Epic Fail and done such great Fan Art and Cameos. It really made my first year a good one. That’s right – Epic Fail is one year old tomorrow! Granted I haven’t updated every week of that year… but I started on January 9th and it’s almost January 9th again. Hurrah!
This week in Epic Fail:Amuletts, exasperated by Clodins stubbornness, laments that Martin paid her so little. Hearing this the dwarf is even more outraged. Amuletts realises she has hit a brick wall and, growing impatient, uses the force magic to manipulate him. It works. Clodin accepts her apology, however, Dirk is still being held by her minion, Andy Roid. She thinks it is funny, but agrees to order his release after Tinuvielle threatens her. Tinuvielle is most embarrassed to discover Amuletts finds her ‘cute.’
Creator’s Commentary: So now you’ve been introduced the main abilities Amuletts receives from her God, Loki. She can produce fire and use a minor charm spell (like the Force magic can have a strong influence on the weak-minded). These mimic abilities the deity himself has, but are far less powerful. Unlike normal spells they require no preparation and are used at will, so she tends to throw them off rather casually.