The Wheel is a little behind the times. Back in his day, succubi were much taller and an Indigeni with a sword meant something else altogether! Re-read Issue 13 if any of those concepts is unclear to you.
So…is Adam an Indigeni? Yes and no.
Technically, he is. But he’s not the kind of Indigeni the Wheel is used to. The Wheel is used to the humans from Xel’Duum’s day. Adam was created much, much later.
Stop by Wednesday! Let’s see how this turns out. Between now and then, check out Raven’s new site, Kickbutton.com! He has five awesome zombie-themed buttons for only five bucks! The zombie cat is my favorite, and it’ll be yours, too! Go have a look!
If you’ve thrown $10 into the Chipin thing above, you already know what happens! And thanks to everyone who has contributed so far! If you don’t get an email today with the next page, let me know! I don’t want to accidentally miss anyone!
And even though it says I’ve surpassed my goal, there are still slots left for the email list of people who get to read Locus five days a week until it’s done! 53 of the original 100 slots remain open, as of yesterday.
If you’d like to have Locus emailed to you five days a week, and get all my wallpapers to boot, click that ChipIn button up there and send $10 this way. I’ll add you to the mailing list, which will only ever be used to send you comic pages.
Thanks again to everyone who chipped in! You guys are the greatest. I’m so glad to be in a position where I know I can finish this comic, and you’re gonna dig the ending. I promise.