Comic 126 - Migration

9th Jul 2013, 1:07 AM
Average Rating: 5 (3 votes)
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Clef 9th Jul 2013, 1:07 AM edit delete
Believe me, I'm not trying to portray Tallia as some overly conscious draft-dodging hippie. All the (new) Horde races were thrown into the war for the sake of their own mutual survival. However unlike Kleeyo, Tallia had the luxury of being able to sit and observe the conflict safely from the sidelines first, which has given her some reservations.

I served 12 years in the military myself, so I'm all too well aware of the value and importance of service. I hope everyone had a good 4th.


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Lackinganame 9th Jul 2013, 2:14 AM edit delete reply
well thank you for your service! what branch where you in?
(don't know if you saw my 4th of July pic but I hope I didn't shame your branch.)
Clef 14th Jul 2013, 3:14 AM edit delete reply
Was regular Army.
Lackinganame 14th Jul 2013, 2:20 PM edit delete reply
well double that thank you! Army has it rough so any one that can stick with it for 12 years is grade A tough in my book.
Maryalee 9th Jul 2013, 2:34 AM edit delete reply
Had I known about your former service I would have said something in tribute on the 4th. But thank you nonetheless for what you did for all of us.

And I don't think that Tallia is weak. She spent her formative years around former Alliance and Horde that were allied together for the common good. Seeing all races working together, for the most part, peacefully and cooperatively was a powerful influence on her. Not only does she have friends that are now on the Alliance side, but she has seen something most Horde never have the chance to see: the overwhelming power a united force can bring for good.
Thisguy 9th Jul 2013, 8:45 AM edit delete reply
Nah, I defiantly don't see Tallia as an overly conscious draft-dodging hippie.
I see her as a person who has spent her whole life coexisting peacefully with the alliance and the Horde, as pert of the Argent Crusade, being on friendly terms with both. While she has watched the two factions war, she has never seen why they do it. It is easy to see from one side that you are protecting your home, but from a third party, both sides fight needlessly, both primarily fighting to protect, and are locked in a never ending struggle of retaliation. I can see why it is difficult to get involved in that sort of fight if you have seen both sides from afar.

Still, I can see the logic in what Kleeyo is saying, even if she wishes it were not so.

Anyway, loving the comic so far, Art is awesome, eagerly awaiting more. :D
Loyaltus 9th Jul 2013, 10:10 AM edit delete reply
Really enjoying Tallia's character development, never seen anything like this before. Keep it up :)
JSStryker 12th Jul 2013, 2:40 PM edit delete reply
Thank you for your service from an old sailor. I was lucky to serve during a time of relative peace.
Clef 14th Jul 2013, 3:13 AM edit delete reply
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