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Planet Ripple- 133- To the Pristidae

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I'm a little bummed out by how the last few pages were received... I probably worked harder on that scene than any other scene in the free portion of the comic, and I was really looking forward to hearing about all the things it made people feel, how it would resonate with them, and weirdly, it didn't seem to much at all. A few people commented about how it related to their lives an' whatnot, and to them I say thank you, but most of the people who'd usually have something to say were completely silent about that important scene, which was supposed to be like the huge payoff at the end of an episode that resolves so many things.

Oh well. I guess it was so bitter and depressing of a scene that people just weren't very comfortable talking about it. Maybe they were so conflicted they couldn't find the words. >shrugs<

Anyway, that's it for that. This is the Pristidae, a navy ship that's much smaller than the Balena, only around a sixth of its length. You'll see its uses in the second half of the comic.

That's it for today.

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I personally think that the big pay off after the previous scene made people want to think/remember more than leave a comment about it. I'm not usually the type to respond to things as much, but I can say that it really hit home for me. Sometimes we will never know the impact we can cause on other people, and I think that says enough. Loved it though!