Added on: September 19, 2019

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September 19, 2019
Lightfoot
If it was up to Delphi there would be a line of people to see the Seer.

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September 19, 2019
I like her (Delphi) and this story.
September 20, 2019
I just love that, "I told you so!" Smile, Delphi is definitely my favorite character too!
September 22, 2019
Lightfoot
@I'am a Redguard!- I wanted everyone to see elements of Grace in her. She's kind of silly and impulsive like Grace.
September 19, 2019
Dang, little boy has it Baaaddddd. (at my age everyone younger than 40 is "kid" "Junior" "little boy" "little girl" etc.
September 21, 2019
Delphi is pretty Hot for a Grandmother!
September 22, 2019
Lightfoot
She is the only grandmother to appear so far. Maybe the competition is fierce?
June 6, 2021
I’m hesitant to point out a typo on a nearly two year old page, but it feels like you have occasionally acted on one so long after.
The penultimate panel should be “life of a nomadic hero”.

On thy thee v ye conundrum, I echo Typo Police.
From https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-thee-thy-thou-and-ye:

In Old English, we had:

Thou = 2nd person singular subject (like du in German)

Ye = 2nd person plural subject (like ihr in German)

Thee = 2nd person singular object (like dich in German)

You = 2nd person plural object (like euch in German)

In Middle English, we started using Ye/You as polite singular options

During Early Modern English, we got lazy and the distinction between Ye/You disappeared, and by 1600, Ye became restricted to religious & literary contexts. By 1700 Thou/Thee had already gone that way as well.

(From ‘The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language’ by David Crystal.)
June 9, 2021
Lightfoot
I welcome mentions about typos, even in old pages. Sometimes I wonder if I should offer some kind of printed version of the comic-- then someone notices a typo in an old page, or I notice a mistake to change. Sometimes comics are never complete.

I've meant to go back and re-work Delphi's dialog, and any advice how is welcome. I chose her speech pattern too recklessly, and couldn't make it consistent.