By verias

Hidden Name: Christopher Galbreath

So! We cut away and back to the Inn itself, and the devious, evil device that's allowing information hijacking.

Amusingly, J's script insists that the thing blinks "evilly. Evilly I tells you!". So, I wonder what Kludge could be up to.

And don't forget! Check out our Patreon for our new project, Silver City, which will start posting next week on the Patreon site itself. (It'll post early for Patrons). And don't forget to hop on over and take a look at Gemini Dream Designs' handmade jewelry, and also on Facebook.

Until Thursday!

Keith W.


By JGray

Hidden Name: Robin Childs

Did I mention I was going to be killing off at least one character this chapter?

I'm pretty sure I mentioned that.

Did I forgot to tell y'all that? Man. Now I feel just like Joss Whedon.


And don't forget! Keith and I are running a Patreon to fund our new superhero comic, Silver City - a webcomic that focuses on a group of newly emerging superheroes with an emphasis on diversity and the price each has to pay for their abilities. Please consider backing us.

See you Monday!

Whole mess of stuff

By JGray

Hidden Name: Erin Subramanian

Now, gee. I wonder who could be playing with that rifle and preventing that very nice sniper from headshotting Melody?

My bet's on Blue. Yep. Blue is obviously behind these telekinetic tricks!


Moving on! Have you ever read Snow by Night? Historical fantasy is an underappreciated genre in the webcomic world. Few people really play in that sandbox. Snow by Night does and does so with style, gorgeous art, and riveting plotlines. Interested in the tale of a winter spirit on a quest that takes her through the forests, hills and towns of Colonial days? Then I suggest reading Snow by Night. Here's a little sample of the awesome.

In other news! Royal Road Studios (aka, the group comic creating awesome that is myself and Keith) are moving towards Silver City, a diverse superhero webcomic. To that end, we've set up a Patreon. We're funding by the page and have a plan of releasing 1 page per week, currently. We've already reached our first goal - $50. That is what we needed to release Silver City in webcomic form. That will pay JD for hosting, pay for Keith's art supplies and provide a bit of funding for his day to day life (Keith's a professional artist - he makes his meager, yet rewarding, living off his art). I hope you'll consider pitching in. Our next goal, $100, will allow us to give PDFs of each issue (22-24 pages) to every patron.

Speaking of fundraising! As many of you are aware, this chapter was funded by Kickstarter. I've been quiet on that front this summer due to real world issues. I apologize for that. However, we are moving forward. I am waiting for about eight pages of art (seven comic pages and one poster page) and then we'll have everything we need to start sending out rewards. I haven't forgotten how generous each and every one of you were. Thank you.

See you Thursday!