Chapter 3 - Part 3, Page 12

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TheVoidchildProject
20th May 2018, 1:13 PM

Amir waxes philosophical about fate and the future. And what is Mary's response to such despondent discourse going to be?

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InfectedBlood
20th May 2018, 3:31 PM

... to go fuck yourself!!!

(Ending Mary's sentence, here :D )

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TheVoidchildProject
20th May 2018, 7:22 PM

Lol, maybe in so many words. But Mary would most likely word it differently. :D

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khkddn
20th May 2018, 4:01 PM

Kick him right in the doomed fate!! >:o

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TheVoidchildProject
20th May 2018, 7:22 PM

Where the sun won’t shine!

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Sovember
20th May 2018, 4:22 PM

Amir’s nihilism along with the black eyes just match so perfectly, and really give him a solid identity! but i feel Marys about to dismantle his rationale... or at least his face xD

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TheVoidchildProject
20th May 2018, 7:23 PM

Or agree to disagree. What should disarm this whole situation. Question is whether Amir can be so easily dissuaded. :D

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snuffysam
20th May 2018, 5:54 PM

Why would you want to spend an eternity of nothingness with someone who's constantly trying to kill you, Amir?

Also, aren't you kind of siblings a bit?

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TheVoidchildProject
20th May 2018, 7:27 PM

Hah, I’m sure that’s the case he’s trying to make here, love not war and all that. Since that’s the fate that awaits them both. At least one of them seems pleased about it. :x

And Alol, guess they are siblings in epitaphs, but I can assure you just for super-super clarity’s sake that we’re not dealing with actual siblings. I actually had to confirm this to another reader who wanted them to get together during part 1. :D

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Delta-v
21st May 2018, 2:59 AM

The anticipation here is almost a physical thing..... ^^

I don't think that Amir realizes that the main problem with his little scenario, is that he's a part of it. Talk about the proverbial "fly in the ointment"! (There's another pertinent proverbial simile involving a punchbowl, but I'll leave that for someone else.) ^^

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TheVoidchildProject
21st May 2018, 9:22 AM

Haha, I’m glad if the suspense is prevalent here. And I think Amir doesn’t consider himself that fly (be it in a salve or a bowl). He’s more in the “well, it’s the two of us and that’s how it’s gonna be and good thing that amirite?”. :D

Also, your little callback about levitating rocks in the final panel there. We’ll see if any of them explode though. ;)

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NeilKapit
21st May 2018, 6:19 AM

Perhaps there were things Amir himself once cared about? And his nihilism is an overcompensation that deludes himself into not caring while harming everyone else?

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TheVoidchildProject
21st May 2018, 9:24 AM

You my friend, are thinking with narratives. I’m do have a less black/white explanation for Amir’s despondent outlook that I hope will be accepted.

For now, you’ll have to read between the lines though. ;)

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