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February 14, 2012 @ 1:44 pm

Aaaaaaaand scene. End of Act 1. Kind of a bummer huh? Hope you liked it. It’s the first thing I ever wrote so it’s a bit rough. But in the end I think it came out alright. Anyway, on to Act 2… so different. You’ll see. Anyway, Roll Credits… Roll music (I thought this would be a perfect outro).

j


9 Comments

Oh thank goodness.
I have to admit, on that last page I wasn’t sure how I felt about it. It seemed the right place. Maybe. But not the right Victor. I don’t know. It seemed like he wasn’t really acknowledging anything that had happened before. After all of that, no change; it was kind of disheartening.

But this. This is the proof of what happened that I wanted. Thank you.

Now onto Bacchus and his dastardly evil plan to use the Anomalous Seed! Which… will go and… grant immortality… or clone things… maybe.


Glad I could turn it around for you. Victor committing himself is the marked progression. By doing so he admits he has a problem. He knows he hurts people consciously and unconsciously. He knows he doesn’t want to do it again.
J


Alright mister author where do you get off berating a fine narration like this.
@ ambitious sloth
The anomalous seed is a sort of weapon whatever it does. It would seem if Victor could clone an army he can’t do it now even though he was still holding on to enough knowledge to teach. Finally I suppose that Victors weapon would be some sort of bacteria very nasty, or someother bio-weapon.


So, this makes me more curious: Does he ever really get back into contact with Chloe Tisk from http://www.planbwebcomic.com/archive/page-20/ , or what’s the deal? Has he actually already tried and been turned down? Isn’t she still alive somewhere, and couldn’t she still be sought out, to actually resolve any issues with her?

You can probably tell I’ve become interested in the story. That’s the mark of a good drama!


Thanks for the interest. Victor isn’t ready to confront anyone real yet. Thats why he committed himself. This whole story he’s been yelling at the people in his head. And technically yelling at himself. Now he’s starting to make peace with them and himself. Now he’s simulating good behavior. It’s a small step but a really big one for Victor. fixing yourself after years and years of stratified shitiness does not come quick and easy.


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