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509 - Lord Daryil's manic trick
 



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The Epsilon Project

Epsilon
 

Current backstories

Dark Lord Rising    Book of Tenets    Niall's Story

Guest stories

Sierra and the Thing that Happened
Benjamin Buran and the Ark of Ur

Finished backstories

A walk in the woods
Strange Bedfellows
The Dark Angel
Red Valentine
Heads You Lose
Turning a new Page
Critical Mass
The Axeman Cometh
The Tuppenny Man
...To catch a Demon...


2018/01/15 - Niall's Story

Niall's story continues (erratically). Flats only at the moment, but as long as we can nurse the story along, that's fine by me.

2018/01/15 - The Epsilon Project

Maybe we can break Daryil's composure next page.

2018/01/13 - The Book of Tenets

Title by Sofox. Also the replacement punchline. Thanks for that!

2018/01/12

You are reading page 509 of Project Future, a weekly strip inspired by Amber Williams' DMFA.

Daryil does some tricks. It's an annoying coincidence that he's doing similar things in Epsilon, and an even more annoying coincidence that Dimanika just pulled a similar stunt in DMFA proper, since it looks like I stole Daryil's antics from that, when I actually wrote this scene about 8 years ago.

As before, Epsilon should be ready to roll Monday unless I get distracted by Skyrim or something. Fingers crossed we'll have the Book of Tenets tomorrow, and Dark Lord Rising Wednesday.

If anyone's interested, some kind soul has created a TV Tropes entry for Project Future. So if anyone wants to help flesh it out, that would be nice.

 

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