Between the ever present violence and the hazardous levels of radiation, growing up in the undercity was harsh. It was already hard for an esper child, let alone for someone without any powers, such as Moriz. Though things got better when the local priest needed a new medic, and he decided to take up on the offer. It was by no means an easy job, seeing people die before his very eyes. There was only so much one could do to ease the symptoms of cancerous radiation, after all. But the job did come with certain benefits, and a certain level of respect. And it was good practice for his later career as a doctor.
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A tremendous motive. It has this somber tone and the light adds perfectly a dynamic component and situational tension. Maybe you should really turn your Emion project into a comic book one day. I would buy it, though I would have to learn Dutch to read it. I think the way you describe your characters fits perfectly with the graphic design of your motifs. It is one thing to have a good story, the other thing is to let your own enthusiasm for it skip through the design to the viewer. You have got this talent, you are absolutely passionate about your story.