#264 | Chapter 8, Page 27 Posted by: Clownfish Studios , April 8, 2013 Share! Tweet Kneon Don’t make Daddy angry. You wouldn’t like him when he’s angry. Insectoid Time for them to elope… Tangentsreviews “Since when are you my father’s mercenary?” I think he’s just jealous that he wasn’t the one she was looking all googly-eyed at. Not that he wants her to look googly-eyed at him, it’s that he wants to be the center of attention for everything. Kneon Or… he’s trying to help them avoid a terrible mistake. Or not. amberstowers I’m surprise how Tristan keeps his cool a lot of times. I would of strangled Rhen by now. LOL Kneon Ah, Tristan and Rhen go way back. More on that later. 😉 Anonymous Monkey Yay! More character back stories! Great to tie up some odd ends and explain a few things … Looking forward to it! Rowen Morland Ha! That’s what I thought. I like Rhen’s character here, you can tell that he is just having to do another tiresome thing that he doesn’t really want to do today. Kneon Rhen’s not a *complete* jerk… Raconis He just plays one onTV? dredogastus f There are a few light-years between separating the two “for their own good” and assaulting and discounting a comrade like a child or animal. Kneon There’s a reason why Tristan puts up with Rhen. At least he didn’t spray him with the hose. 😉 nesu42 Guess there was a “no falling in love with the princess in hiding” rule that Tristan wasn’t aware of . . . Kneon Who said anything about her being a princess…? nesu42 An assumption on my part, based on the fact that she’s obviously very upper-class (mannerisms and how her room is decorated, and the fact that it was more ostentatious before), the fact that she is clearly in hiding for some important reason (wouldn’t even get off the ship when they arrived here, for fear of recognition), and there was a conversation about a missing princess (right before Rhen announced the job to find the pet bird Princess) between some citizens. And even if she isn’t an actual princess, she’s clearly being treated like one. Kneon Good observations. 😉 Maybe she’s just reeeeaaaally spoiled…? Kam Or maybe she is a princess. Either way, time will tell. nesu42 Being really spoiled would make her “Daddy’s little Princess,” which would fall under “being treated like a Princess.” Thanks! I am good at spotting odd details, and remembering them even when I shouldn’t. Insectoid I was thinking along the same lines, when I saw your comment. Good eye! Insectoid Chapter 5, Page 5 seems to support this theory. Speedy Marsh The fact that she nearly had an aneurysm when someone mentioned a missing princess is what clinched it for me. Although, the first time I saw her I thought she had princess hair. Then, there was the Princess Peach parasol. Oh, yeah! There’s also that “Princess in hiding” tattoo on her forehead 😉 Stargazer898 Rhen seems to be stuck with babysitting duty today. All he would need to top it off is for Mia to pop in. Kneon That *would* complicate things… Jamming Must not be a good King. if he can’t allow his daughter to be happy. Kneon Want to learn more about Tristan’s past? Kam posted this over on Facebook…. https://www.facebook.com/Shadowbinders/posts/560132367351627 kyriss12 Just finished tearing through the archives in a single day, and I’m pretty sure I have another one to ad to my list. Outta curiosity how often do you guys update? Kam Hello and welcome! At this time we are doing two pages a week. Mon. And Fri. Usually. SotiCoto Oftwhile I wonder where people keep these supposed lists, and what the average magnitude of such lists would be. Also the question arises of what the list is kept for, but I suppose it would make more sense in a context where one only reads a small and limited quantity of webcomics. Contrariwise, I only keep a list of webcomics I do NOT read. i.e. A very small collection of webcomics that for one reason or other making continued perusal undesirable. Aside from that small collection… I read all the webcomics. I find a new comic, start at the beginning, read to the last page… then move onto another one (maybe to return in a few years when the archive has fattened). But this talk of lists… in a positive rather than negative sense… evidences that most webcomic readers keep a rather small selection, and aren’t familiar enough with the general network of webcomic interconnectivity to find their way back to a particular one at will without reserving the link. And that just leads to the simple question: Why?