Better think of something fast, Karthak…
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So! It’s already cold and Cory has just dumped a bunch of freezing water on himself. He can’t move. Can’t use his powers. And he’s beginning to realize that not only is this not Kansas, it could be a fair leap south of Oz.
Is he going to be OK? What “next step” is he hoping to figure out? And Karthak is looking pretty miserable — what is he going to do?
Tune in this Wednesday to find out! Hope to see you there! 😀
I hope that’s not a gelding tool on the table… LOL [squeezing legs together]
It’s just a pair of sheep shears, thankfully.
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horse-laughs at panel two dialogue
This is a sticky wicket indeed. Panel six answers my previous question ;_; Points to Kathak for recognizing Cory’s body language; it’s a start! I wonder what Cory’s ailment is… I guess getting yeeted to another world comes with an adjustment period (like jetleg?) but I don’t think that’s all it is :o
Glad you liked that, Julia.
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