“I don’t know if I’ll ever find out who made her and why… but for now…
… I can just feel lucky I was the one who found her.
Regardless of the price I have to pay later.”
A close moment that got *too* close in panel 2.
I like how Violet got won over.
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It only took two chapters :P
The wording on the last sentence is confusing. I think I know what you mean but I would consider rewording it. It doesn’t seem very coherent.
How would you reword it? I would appreciate the help :)
It depends on what your are trying to say so I need that cleared up first. Are you saying that she doesn’t care what the price later will be because this has made it worth it? Or is she restating the fact that she will have to pay a price later? Or something else?
The first one. She thinks she’s fortunate she was the one to find Maddi, even if this means she will have to pay for it later.
It would be something like “Regardless of the price I have to pay later.” or “I don’t care about the price I will have to pay.” (“will have to pay turns out to be later” is sort of redundant(?))
I’m sure there is a more poetic way to put this so I’m trying to think about it, but I’m not the best wordsmith. I’m assuming you would like it to be one sentence.
I changed it to the first one you said, does it look better now?
Yes it reads better now. I just wish I had a better way to say it.
Thank you for your help!
Whatever price I have to pay seems to come later.
._. hmm though doesn’t she already know what the price is?
She only knows something will be taken from her and it will hurt, but she still doesn’t know exactly what it will be.
pannel 2 + pannel 3
Why did he do that? O.o
Because he doesn’t like being ignored. He’s been the only child around for so long he’s used to being the center of attention.
oh, that pretty mutch explanes it :)
In an unrelated note:
Just realized something, this is actually the first time Violet smiles in the comic (if you don’t count the flashback page and the guest pages)
Yup. It took 58 pages to get her to smile a bit, hopefully she’ll smile more from here on.
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