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  • LazyReader

    Larina: YOU ASS!!! *KICK
    Sid: MY ASS

  • I love Larina so much. There are no words. XD

    • Ebonbolt

      A picture is worth a thousand words… A kick in the ass is worth ten thousand.

  • Lazy Commander

    Ah that’s her ogre side showing it seems. Good he deserved it!

    • Meandnooneelse

      ?
      Why? Because he didn’t get in trouble?

      • Lazy Commander

        Because they sent in the army to bring them in without telling them why.

        • Delta-v

          Are you sure that it was Sid’s idea? As far as that goes, the guards may have put their own spin on the Regent’s order to “Bring the rest of the group”.

          • ♎Adamas🐉

            True enough, usually when Guards are sent to “bring” people, it’s because they won’t come willingly.

        • Zixinus

          Sid may not have been even told.

  • Ilmari

    That’s a little harsh. I mean Sid could hardly help that his evocative storytelling was misinterpreted…

  • Meandnooneelse

    Brilliant
    How strange the worries of a person that care about you can get expressed…
    (Is that what getting a kick of love is?)

    • Ebonbolt

      I’m sure somewhere I’ve read a passage that describes being in love (or at least realizing such) as feeling like being kicked in the head…

  • Lunastaa

    Poor Larina looks just -sooo- tired as she calls his name. X3

  • Dreamer Hyper

    Feminine violence!
    So rude. They should be trigger happy instead that Sid with all his magical talent got everything settled, and they’ll likely get the help they want. How ungrateful!
    I mean, how could Sid actually tell them that he’s okay? He had no opportunity to do so, he was quite preoccupied as we can see.

    Also, what’s up with Sid’s face in the middle panel? xD

  • darlingicarus

    The repeated, bolded “We were worried about you!!” is simultaneously the sweetest and the funniest thing ever.

  • ThatoneHarlequin

    probably one of the funniest ways to demonstrate that you care. With angry worry

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