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November 8th, 2005

Please be online…

Coolio, I managed to shit this one out in no time!

Sorry for the smaller-than-normal text. Oh well, it’s not my fault if you can’t read my chicken stratch. :D

Shea likes to play online games. A lot. In Moose River, online games are now more of the virtual reality variety, kinda like the Total-Immersion-Videogames (TIVs) seen in Red Dwarf. Skyhowl Legacy is one major online game Shea plays with her Moose River friends (as you might notice, the character “Jean Paul” is really named Brian, who’ll you’ll meet IRL soon enough). Another game Shea likes to play is one called Mystic Revolutions, which also happens to be a web comic by my sister-in-arms, Jen Brazas. Not that I haven’t already plugged that comic enough times.

Soon Chapter One will be over… but not until I bring up a few more things I feel I need to cover in this first chapter. And also to fill up 33 pages of comics in order to fill a mini-comic (I’m on page 29 right now).

BTW, I’m considering opening a small message board for this comic, where what little fans I have can actually interact with each other and shit. How ’bout it?

ORIGINAL COMMENTS:

Plippy (Dec 1, 2005, 1:00):
vio: What, between Mystic Revolution and Skywhol Legacy? They’re two different games! (As in, each game has a different set of character design attributes. It’s not like a character in Final Fantasy XI Online will look the same as one in World of Warcraft.)

vio (Nov 28, 2005, 16:40):
im a mega dork for noticing this, but why is shea’s vrtual reality outfit completely different, when the user is still the same? :D

Plippy (Nov 23, 2005, 18:42):
I’ve got an idea; starting with the next new comic, there will be a “click to enlarge” button that’ll allow you to view the comic in a larger format, allowing you to better read the comic. How ’bout THAT? :D

Plippy (Nov 23, 2005, 17:19):
I’ll work something out concerning the dialogue if more people complain about my writing, but it’s really time consuming to rewrite everything….

Coat (Nov 23, 2005, 16:35):
I like this comic a lot, but I have a VERY hard time reading it! I would much appreciate it if you started typing the dialogue and such, and make it easier on the eyes!

Plippy (Nov 23, 2005, 15:48):
Thanks Jamie! I’m glad you like Moose River. Keep visiting, it’ll get better. :)

Jamie (Nov 23, 2005, 14:41):
Hey, I realy like Moose River. I’ve been following your comic since it showed up on onlinecomics.net, and I have to say I’ve realy enjoyed the story thus far. It’s so refreshing to see a web comic that isn’t “manga style”. Also the story is realy easy to relate to and I like that it doesn’t have alot of web comic cliches. Anyway just wanted to say keep up the good work.

Plippy (Nov 23, 2005, 1:39):
Maybe the message board will come when the comic gets a little bit more popular.

Vlad Damien (Nov 22, 2005, 8:32):
Message boards are great… it can be like mine: empty! :P

-Vlad D.

Vlad Damien (Nov 22, 2005, 8:31):
Message boards are great… it can be like mine: empty! :P

-Vlad D.

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