Logan’s call with the head of the Dire Dogs goes about as well as anyone could reasonably hope. Most Houses of Trinity keep encrypted call recordings of every conversation which goes in and out of their system. Not only does this act as a useful tool for maintaining an official record, it has the added… Continue reading Episode 4 Act 0 Hiatus: For Your Amusement
Walking home in the rain is bad enough when there isn’t a homicidal gang hunting you. Act 1 starts next week!
Act 1 Start! Markesha, Orson, Julian, and Ritch have made it to the edge of Outer Trinity, and Markesha’s immediately climbing on things. Outer Trinity doesn’t have a specific “edge” per-se. Instead, the dwellings just get smaller, further apart, and even more hodge-podge (even by Outer Trinity standards).
Markesha’s cool roof dismount doesn’t go as planned. Through the turbulent centuries following the Withering, the proud tradition of blue-colored plastic drop cloths has persevered.
Markesha, for all of her talents, may not know how to wear a poncho?
Turns out Markesha might be ahead of the curve on some of Orson’s operative training.
Toshi’s hovering, and it’s creating some communication problems.
Audrey and Link aren’t comfortable with Toshi hovering over their collective shoulder.
Link and Audrey aren’t the cloak and dagger criminal masterminds they’d like to think they are. We’ve joined Mastodon! If you want to follow us there, here’s the link: https://comics.town/@Kamikaze
Link discovers that Alice’s Apartments are about to get a lot more crowded. With no infrastructure in place to move large amounts of rainfall away from streets and buildings, Outer Trinity is quite prone to flooding even in moderate storms. A common way to tell how long a building in Outer Trinity has been there… Continue reading Ep. 4 Act 1 Page 8: Inrush