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Page 16

Try not to soil the masonry, Lizzie.
Obviously were it so easy to defeat the defences of the palace like this, Exersus would have done it the first time around in the 9th century rather than waiting for the 11th, and this would be a very brief battle indeed. Therefore, here to display the full-blown defensive capabilities of the main palace building, we have little Miss Elizabeth “Lizzie” Kerrigan.

Now, tomorrow happens by sheer cosmic chance to be my birthday, the 21st in what I’m sure will be quite a series. Whilst I’m not entirely caught in the notion that the last year is one particularly worth celebrating, especially the latter few months of it, I’m told it’s something you celebrate regardless of actual content. Therefore, since she’s rather relevant at the moment and I won’t have such an opportunity later on, tomorrow will see a blog post describing, in full, Kerrigan’s history. I covered it in summation in the commentary for Page 41 of Book 5, but there’ll be a blog post describing her complete past (and how she came to be a High Lieutenant) tomorrow.

There’s also going to be another blog post on Wednesday regarding a fixation I seem to have when it comes to making characters. And of course, a regular comic on Thursday.

Honestly, I do spoil you all some times ;)

Posted by: Lying

3 Comments »

  1. Have I mentioned that I love Lizzie’s character design? Probably. But I’ll say it again: I love Lizzie’s character design.

    Happy Birthday! :D

    Comment by dragongirl13 — June 13, 2011 @ 5:19 am

  2. Wasn’t her speech balloon colored in her first appearance?

    Comment by Kumo — June 13, 2011 @ 1:47 pm

  3. Black with purple borders, yes. Lizzie’s voice fluctuates when she’s emotional, much as Sildyu’s did here as well.

    Comment by Lying — June 13, 2011 @ 2:01 pm

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