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You know... I have already made the Isekai joke a few pages ago...
But I got to say that if this was an Isekai, it's unlike any Isekai I have ever seen. Since the girls have more character than the protagonist! I like it
Thanks! I know in the early pages I had some folks expecting this to go the way of a harem comedy and I hope that lot is pleasantly surprised by that being not at all what we're going for lol. I think this technically does count as an isekai presently, but I might be missing some nuance behind the term.
I'm curious how that whirlwind romance with a medusa went, given the whole turning-to-stone thing. It's not easy to make a relationship work when you can't look at your significant other.
Unless that's a medusa as in a cnidarian, in which case I hope it was a magic sapient cnidarian. A romance with something that doesn't have a brain is ethically questionable.
The original script had Daring Do falling for a snake instead, but I didn't know for sure if Equestrian snakes were capable of sentience or not, so I opted for the next best thing.
Razor of Dreams is on the canon Daring Do novel list, though, but I don't think there's a released version of it we can read.
Valid choices, though I think the element of danger a Medusa presents suits Daring Do, and you know, forbidden love and all that, it's a whole thing, the tension, the contemplation, the blindfolds and the [THIS IS THE DA POLICE, THIS POST IS GETTING TOO HOT FOR DA]
That is a good point and i have no arguments against this logic.
My only concern is more for the zootecnic point.
Like you clearly demonstrate in page 48, in all Equestria only Twilight have a vague familiarity with human anatomy (before today, obviously). Considering that usualy Gorgons and Lamia have at list the upper half of there body with anthropomorphic shape, it is probability safe to considering that that creature is, or nonexistent or with equine body instead.
I cannot anthropologically imagine a creature with the upper body as a horse and the rest as a snake. But a Naga? Just a horse-headed snake? That is much more simple.
Then again, I'm talking about zoological coherence and anatomy design in a pastel horse cartoon. All my argument, as solid they can be, have no ground to stand.
To be fair, Equestria has creatures like minotaurs that share several characteristics with humanoids (arms, hands, torso, etc.), so a humanoid bodytype wouldn't be completely alien to them.