Issue Four page 21

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You know, you’d think there’d be more than one midform, so couldn’t Marshall just be in that form to shake Michelle’s hand instead of his foot that could have been various places?


It seems that Totem animals don’t have medallions – Eustace said that he’d heard that turning sucked, implying that he hasn’t actually had to turn.


Which probably just means he was born into it, like Jim. Occam’s Razor, people.


Except that according to legend, skin-walkers have the innate ability to shapeshift into an animal form. Could just be a distortion bourne from the medallions, but it could be something more.


By the end of Orientations, we see both Eustace and Marshal in the shape of a fairly normal-looking fox and raven, respectively.


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    patmandx:

    So apparently it was Kory Bing’s birthday, so I was compelled to draw her main protagonist of her comic in her underpa— I mean I drew her in what I would think would be her SBURB godtier. Of course Michelle would be the ONE CLASS that doesn’t have pants.

    The pants gods just aren’t on your side Michelle.

    (Soooo… she has being a god AND a sphinx going for her now? Willing to bet she’s going to complain about both.)

    Maybe I might draw all of Orientations gang in Sburb-garb now?

    Hah! I love it! Thank you!

    10/30/14

Art and Story © Kory Bing 2006-2012
Anthony Gillis, Blanche Noir, Rupert Burton-Fitzgerald, Pheonix, and Royce Carmikal created by Sfé Monster.
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