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I think Tabitha might literally be able to communicate via hugging.  Like, whole complex thoughts that are too elaborate for spoken language.
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Blitzkrieg1701, February 3rd, 2017, 12:47 pm


Oh look! Another Far Out There page that went up late! This is the part where we feign surprise!

Actually, this was another instance where I had to split a planned single page in half because it simply wasn't working as a whole. Tabitha was supposed to hug Layla, and then something funny would happen that'll apparently have to wait until Tuesday. Aside from the fact that the page was just too long and had too much stuff crammed into it, I kinda felt like this hug needed some room to breathe. After everything she's put up with lately (heck, in general) I suppose Layla deserves a few more quiet moments of being comforted. Right?

Oh, and don't forget the new Voting Incentive! Hey, at least I've managed to be pretty good about getting THOSE done on time!




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Ed8, February 3rd, 2017, 2:44 pm


This is really the only possible solution. Remember, in any conflict with otherwise heavily armored, guarded, not-affected-by-anything Layla Quartment: She is extremely weak against Hug Attack.

Incentive: Let's play "Find the mistakes on this box" game sponsored by the Galactic Nitpickers Guild. Found one! Gilb is spelled incorrectly. ;)

@Hovertext: So that's how she knows what the mute zombie kids are saying! Of course! It all makes sense now.


Darius Drake (Guest), February 3rd, 2017, 9:10 pm


@ Blitz: I agree, this page is just right. THIS is NOT the time for something "funny" to happen. This is a big, emotional scene, a "funny" moment would just ruin it and be confusing.


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