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I decided to go ahead and post page 2, because I wanted to unveil the main characters.

Before reading further, go check out page 2: tapastic.com/series/outcastkin…
Read that first, then come back and continue.
Don't worry, this journal entry will still be here when you get back.

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So...? What did you think?

Also, you may recall that I've been pretending that I was all sneaky and clever or something ever since I started talking about this. Along the way, I dropped some hints and clues like I thought I was being smart or something. I dunno. But anyways, in case you have been following my various posts, I'll reveal them now:

In the Secret Poject Teaser I mentioned that one of the silhouettes was knowingly altered just to deceive you.
Looking at the picture, you can see now that it is that Gunther (far right) was drawn with a head, despite the fact that (as a headless horseman) he does not have one.
There are also a couple of unintentional differences and things I had altered since then, such as Ivan having a cape in the comic but not in the picture (I added that later), and also that they have equipment that has not yet been seen in the comic yet (such as Gunther's armor (shoulder pads are visible) and Hilda's sword).

Then in the journal update Hero's Dilemma finale coming soon, I mentioned a secret clue. The clue was in the "quick acknowledgement" to my "friends" "Abe, Mary, and 'Wash'".
The secret? Those three "friends"? I never met them in my entire life. In fact, they were dead the whole time!! 'Abe' is Abraham "Bram" Stoker, author of Dracula; Mary is Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein*; and "Wash" is Washington Irving, author of Sleepy Hallow (you know, the one with the headless horseman).
*Which was also called "The Modern Prometheus", which is why I called their race Prometheans.
These three, of course, chosen because of Ivan (a vampire, like Dracula), Hilda (a promethean, like Frankenstein's monster (who is NEVER reffered to as "Frankenstein", BTW), and Gunther (a headless horseman, like the Hessian). I didn't mention one for Olwyn, because unlike the other three, witches don't have one singular, distinct origin or origin in popularity (Dracula wasn't the first vampire, but he was the first one to make a real, lasting impact).

...wait. Is that it? Really? I thought I did a lot more of that tricksy sneaky stuff. Huh. I guess I'm not clever after all.
Well, better go throw away all of my material belongings and become an impoverished Buddhist monk.

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UGLITRY Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank u so much for joining us here at :icontokyo-in-tulsa:
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Willdabeast-0305 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
You're welcome!

(And thanks for the llama)
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UGLITRY Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Aww of coarse!
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Agina Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2014
Thank you kindly for the fave! :3
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Willdabeast-0305 Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
You're very welcome : )

And thank you for creating such nice art!
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Theoneyedkitten Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
You think that just because you're a good friend that makes a good friend or something?! What!
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Willdabeast-0305 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Um... yeah...? I kinda was under the impression that a thing is the thing that it is. It is, isn't it? INS'T IT?
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Theoneyedkitten Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
But only in as much as it isn't what it isn't. Things are defined as much by
what they are as by what they are not. However, further observations tend towards blurring the lines of differentiation. Ergo, kermufflebluff derbufflehuff.
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Willdabeast-0305 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Very true. And yet, the idea of things being the things that they are and the idea of things not being the things that they are not are not contradictory, but complimentary ideas. They are not only compatible, but they imply and even necessitate each other.

And as always, your wisdom knows no bounds. Indeed, "kermufflebluff derbufflehuff". Truer words, I think, have never been spoken.
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comsic Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
hey I just saw you favourited my work, thank you so much! means a lot to me :-) check out the best work of mine if interested at comsic.deviantart.com/gallery/…

Greetings, Jesse :-)
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