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ParadoxComic, July 23rd, 2016, 7:15 pm ( Reply )
Did you know that blonde hair + black hair = red/purple hair?


lazy-lil-king, July 23rd, 2016, 9:06 pm ( Reply )
Genetics; screw 'em make his hair purple
Author Jakes, July 23rd, 2016, 10:52 pm ( Reply )
Would it be too much to ask to create a strip with this same one but with a completely different conversation, Doesn't have to even make sense or relate to the plot. That would be funny.
hkmaly (Guest), July 24th, 2016, 6:36 am ( Reply )
@ParadoxComic: The hair may be:
1) colored by dye
2) colored by magic
3) result of recessive genes
CyberSkull, July 24th, 2016, 9:35 am ( Reply )
4). Magic genes.
Lara (Guest), July 24th, 2016, 10:02 am ( Reply )
So does this mean Abel is bi, since he likes the pictures with people who have both, er, parts?
Kit (Guest), July 26th, 2016, 7:28 am ( Reply )
@Viri: Aaaaaactually. Bi is often taken to mean 'same and other', so is equally applicable. The main distinction people tend to draw (if any) is that someone might use bi if thet feel their attraction covers more than one, but not all, genders. They may also use it if they feel their sense of attraction is different towards different genders. But equally many people just identify as bi because they like the term more and feel uncomfortable with being told they 'have' to identify as pan because reasons. Abel could be either bi or Pan, but which one depends more on which label he personally prefers. (Though personally I do feel like he's the kind who would prefer 'pan' :D)
Ember (Guest), July 27th, 2016, 12:07 am ( Reply )
@Viri: I hope you don't get offended by my correction, but "Hermaphrodite" is considered extremely offensive nowadays. The more appropriate term is Intersex; though the exception would be if an individual who would be considered intersex in question preferred that the H word was used for them personally. :)

Though my assumption is that your use of the word was not meant to be offensive and that you didn't know it's usage can be problematic. Heck..until a year or two ago I used the term myself until I found out it was considered to be in very bad taste to say it. So I really hope you see this response as I intended: me trying to enlighten another person. You know, instead of seeing me as condescending and rude.
Dana (Guest), July 27th, 2016, 7:33 am ( Reply )
My question is more about their horns than their hair. Are the boys' going to curve over time?
Caia (Guest), July 27th, 2016, 8:04 am ( Reply )
About the horns...maybe, maybe not. They're not fully Samsol's species (I forgot the name), they're half human. They might keep the straight horns rather than going full-goat or whatever.

Also, is Vincent immortal like a true shaman or is did he stay mortal, since he quit before his training was complete?

OR, are both kids immortal naturally because their parents are both immortal? How does the immortality thing work with shaman and genetics? Confused!
ParadoxComic, July 29th, 2016, 10:00 pm ( Reply )
@Caia: Vincent is immortal Yorrick is not :) You only get immortality if you swear yourself to the gods.
Kari (Guest), July 31st, 2016, 6:01 am ( Reply )
How do you burn a bridge that's made out of fire?
Kari (Guest), July 31st, 2016, 6:03 am ( Reply )
5) The same as his biological father's hair color
Theaterlover124, August 30th, 2016, 2:02 pm ( Reply )
@ParadoxComic: is Yorrik going to end up becoming a shaman/at least swearing to the Gods? Or do the rest of his family have to deal with outliving him and all that fun stuff? Alas, poor Yorrik.