Fair enough. I thought that's who it might be, but seeing as the day after he needed somewhere else to stay and it was because of personal problems, I thought he confessed and it didn't work out. Then again I think he was homeless or something?
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To be fair, we are not in a scenario where someone just got assassinated and had the gall to get their blood all over us. It's not a situation many people will be thinking logically in. The more concerning thing is that the king was killed with little to no sound coming from the chamber, as the guards weren't roused to action. This could mean a multitude of things, but I would be willing to wager the killer was someone he knew.
Logan do be looking sharp. It's a shame that I must end him 😔. In all seriousness though, I know there are two slots left for the main characters and I hope he's one of them, because he seems like an interesting fellow.
I don't know if there's a place to give grammatical feedback, so here it goes. I only noticed this because most of the writing is well designed, and the proofreaders do a great job.
I think it's supposed to be: "Too bad I still barely have any idea on how to control any of the characters."
An even easier way to do this would be:
"Too bad I barely know how to control any of the characters."
Since the sentence above already sufficiently establishes the precedent set in the original sentence. Sorry if I'm coming off as snobbish, as that is not my intention. I'm enjoying the game a lot so far! Keep up the good work!
I just realized that the officer that comes to file the report in Harold's route is the same one that gets with Harold when you're on Spencer's route. I really appreciate that they both get with people, since I kind of feel bad knowing the burdens they carry (especially Grifter) if they are alone. It also makes the world more dynamic, after all life goes on with or without you.
Burrows was a titillating experience. A complete rollercoaster of emotions all the way through. The reveal at the end made some strange interactions between the two make more sense, and was a fantastic use of dramatic irony. I'm looking forward to more, you've caught my attention. Take my money and grace my eyes with untold treasures.
Just curious, wasn't he not wounded at all? Isn't that why they needed to give him a wound to trick people into thinking he was injured? Then again I think you're right about the healing factor part, all in all, you got a solid theory.
And that totally makes sense. I like how you did that, losing so many people at once, it makes sense that most people would be in a shell-shocked kind of state. A sentiment shared by a few of them is that it still doesn't seem real, like they could wake up and it was all just a dream. I'm super excited to learn more about the crew (and Cooper's ducks)! Good thing no inciting incident will make them think any less of us :D ! I don't know who the shark boy is, but apparently he is a celebrity of sorts, so that will be interesting!
heehe I got the bruh start. I freaking LOVE your art, and musical touches. You can taste the passion that went into this, and I can't wait for more! P.S. Don is a bad boi Uwu. Why was there a question asking Cooper to show us his duck? >_< I didn't know he liked ducks.