I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 13

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I always love writing a big reveal: Piotr’s savior on that dark and terrible night, four years ago, was Mischaelna herself. If you’re newer to the series, you may not know who Mischaelna is (one of our main characters). You should totally binge read the first two chapters (illustrated by our previous artist, Lukasz Marko) or read a brief recap of them at the Archives to get the full scoop on her. Otherwise, a warning: SPOILERS below.

In brief summary, we’re looking at the moment that Piotr met Mischaelna, Vanion’s cursed and monstrous daughter. We know that Piotr and Mischaelna will visit Vanion’s castle four years from this moment. We know that Vanion will murder his daughter, and that Piotr will escape back to Korsova (where we found him in the present day at the beginning of this scene).

I’m excited for more plots, past and present, to intertwine as chapter three continues.

6 thoughts on “I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 13

  • 13th February 2018 at 3:01 pm
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    Ha, that outfit still tickles me -and the hand! Is it Resident Evil that’s given us all a need to draw people with crazy over-sized monster hands? Starfall has one, too.

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    • 13th February 2018 at 3:54 pm
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      I was born with the need for monster hands. Also, she somehow makes me think of Carnage here. Carnage with a very aggressive sense of fashion.

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  • 20th February 2018 at 5:41 pm
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    Well, not Vanion. I kinda forgot this was a flashback for a bit. Maybe he was more about keeping his distance. His little girl got the job done all well and good. And how excellent of her to offer both of them work. ^_^

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    • 20th February 2018 at 7:06 pm
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      It’s definitely easy to forget. I’m trying to use narration along with different panel frames for flashbacks vs coming-out-of-flashbacks vs current time to help keep the chronology clear.

      And you were still pretty close!

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    • 22nd February 2018 at 2:16 am
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      It’s a good thing she’ll always be around to prot– oh. Oops.

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