The Chronicles of Loth pg. 24 ch. 12

Tuesday, the 1st of April at 12:00 AM, 2014 in A Tale of Confliction
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The Chronicles of Loth pg. 24 ch. 12

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EFlint Tuesday, the 1st of April at 12:00 AM, 2014 edit delete
EFlint
Welcome to the worst day for the internet, thanks for braving it. TWC image is Loth ala naga or lamia, gonna' be honest I don't really know the difference. And since it is the 1st of a new month, new donation wallpaper up. Preview at Thumblr, as usual. Now beginnings the anniversary crunch to make sure we have the extra pages for the end of this month.

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Ed8 Tuesday, the 1st of April at 12:24 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
The gore is OK Loth, because soon Sevi will be covered in bear guts, so she won't notice.

On the other hand, if there is a trope going on here, the fact that Loth has finally reconciled with Sevi and realizes she's not a traitor means Sevi will die in battle momentarily, but <b><i>you wouldn't do that to us, would you?!?!</i></b> :@
crazyman Tuesday, the 1st of April at 7:23 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Release the badgers!:D
Shosher Tuesday, the 1st of April at 10:19 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Shosher
Ya know what?
I actually want to know what the HECK they were talking about. xD
Ed8 Wednesday, the 2nd of April at 2:41 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
It does seem like a shame to let such an obviously well thought out plan go to waste.
Vee Tuesday, the 1st of April at 10:23 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Difference being that a Naga cuts out higher, at the shoulders/chest. Lamias are basically snake/human versions of centaurs. Nagas are generally speaking more serpentine and oft sea-serpents at that.
Ogre Wednesday, the 2nd of April at 12:08 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
That depends on what source you're using. In general modern fantasy, both lamias and nagas are both treated as simply being some type of snake-humanoid hybrid without any really hard rules about how the two differ from each other.
n00b Wednesday, the 2nd of April at 11:42 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
And if you're going more classical, then Lamia isn't a snake-person race any more, but instead is a specific child-eating daemon. Or alternatively, in later (but still classical) traditions a lamia is a monster more akin to a vampire or succubus, seducing young men and then feeding on their blood. In either case, it's substantially more humanoid. Of course, it's a safe bet that EFlint wasn't thinking of the classical variety, but I like my random trivia.
silent typist Wednesday, the 2nd of April at 5:17 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
Lamia was a specific character in greek mythology

Naga was group class or race from India or Asia
Ed8 Thursday, the 3rd of April at 2:29 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
In modern fantasy in general, and in this strip in particular, Rule of Sexy applies - any race will be drawn in whichever way most humans find to be hottest. Generally, this will mean humanoid from the waist up. I have no problem with this.
MidnightDStroyer Tuesday, the 1st of April at 9:05 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
At least the bear-guy is ready to get on with the business at hand. As for the other two...Well, some people just want to watch the world burn.

...And badgers...