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Leif and Thorn - Character Height Chart I

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A showcase of some of the different body types for women in Leif & Thorn!

Ceannic ladies on the left, Sønska women on the right. Some of them haven't yet made it into published strips -- you're getting a sneak preview for halfamoon.

(NB: this is just a reference for heights and builds. Things like scars/markings might be different in-strip.)

Violet: Big buff knight of the realm. Usually keeps her hair in twists for practicality.
Agent D?????????: Bigger, buffer secret agent. Canon trans. Tough and glamorous.
Holly: Teenage magical girl. Gets the two-tone hair color when she transforms.
Ivy: Another teenage magical girl. Gets the two-tone hair color by dyeing it blonde.
Hyacinth: Thorn's absurdly tall niece. (Obviously doesn't get it from Thorn's side of the family.) Also dyes her hair.
Tansy: Thorn's sister. Looks like a genderswapped version of him...plus two children and zero military exercise.
Olive: President of her country. Hella fierce.

Katya: Embassy servant. Tall and curvy.
Sigrún: Captain of the embassy guards. Wings, sexy butch haircut, stomach you could grate cheese on.
Stanczia: Thousand-year-old vampire. Slender, pale, fang-y, and terrifying.
Iona: The quiet twin. She's the only one without a "standing height", so I drew her being floated at eye level with her sister.
Ragnild: The loud twin. Gonna hit a growth spurt any day now. (That's her ferret next to her feet.)
Astrid: Wildly popular author. Middle-aged mom bod, expensive hair.



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SmallAustrianVillage's avatar
Interesting,  all this time I thought the wings were part of the uniform.  Are they truly functional?