A Stray to Botaram updates on Tuesday and Thursday.
Now my old world is gone for dead
'Cause I can't get it out of my head…
There are a whole lot worse songs you could've picked if you wanted to listen to them the way I listen to music.
I don't recall – has Aun learned of the fates of his crechemates (losing an arm and a life, respectively)? If not, their presences in his dream in those states may be due to the same unknown force that allows the ancestors to communicate with the living Strasmin, and the twofold voice of the Craisht to communicate with the Oistrem.
Also, when I saw the final panel, I pumped my fist into the air.
Aun met with an armless and Kuu-ridden Eni in the story arc that begins here.
Your reaction to the last panel makes me happy. %?)
^ (Armless on one side, that is.)
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In a bleak alien landscape, two creatures raised from birth to be each other's enemies decide to think instead. One seeks Botaram, a place of high ideals and austere beauty; the other seeks to protect Botaram from being defiled by creatures like the first. An uneasy truce is formed amid heartbreak and broken ties, and through a shattered world they search for a truth that may no longer exist, abandoning friends, honor, and perhaps their lives… or worse.
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