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440 - A lot of the time they are, yes.
 



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The Epsilon Project

Epsilon
 

Current backstories

Dark Lord Rising    ...To catch a Demon...

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


2016/09/26 - Dark Lord Rising

...and for those wondering why we're following these two, you're about to find out.

On a related note, I just noticed that, despite being closed for more than 19 years, the Happy Eater trademark doesn't actually expire until 2020. So I've gone back and changed the name slightly, just in case.

2016/09/26 - The Epsilon Project

...and that concludes part 2. For those wondering about Richard's expression, he's been given a rather rose-tinted version of what the Jyraneth did.

2016/09/24 - To Catch a Demon

Fairwater's presumption of guilt starts to become a bit more understandable.

2016/09/23

You are reading page 440 of Project Future, a weekly strip inspired by Amber Williams' DMFA.

Page should maybe have chosen less extravagant clothing.

In other news, thanks to Merlin for making me this thing.

Random charitable thingy: Consider donating to this white fox guy who needs money to keep his car going.

Once again, Epsilon isn't ready yet but hopefully should be done in time for Monday. Likewise, we'll have to see what happens with Dark Lord Rising Wednesday.

 

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