Introduced in the most recent chapter, kanhases can be found all throughout Derantu but vary widely throughout. Check out the profile! And check out the new Pokemon Moon comic coming sometime within the next week unless I forget but I definitely won’t.
(A new profile will be going up soon early for Patreon backers, but because the middle of the month snuck up on me I… haven’t written it yet. I need to get on that.)
Dang, it’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. Even though Wandering Fortunes is now at the planet Derantu, there’s one last Zhop species that never got put up, so here’s the fiscet. Only one appears in Wandering Fortunes, and it’s a minor appearance at that, but they exist anyway.
Yeah here’s a profile on the wild animals of Zhop. That’s about it!
Been feeling kind of mentally crummy this week which is why there’s been no Odemon. I’ll probably return to it next week, but it’s hard for me to now see fan works as not “free advertising for a capitalist institution”.
If only I’d done, like, Odertale instead or something. “Odewebcomics which is one of the few forms of media I don’t see terribly tainted by capitalism”.
Of course, the somewhat official loss of net neutrality on Monday didn’t help. It all kind of makes it hard to feel like there’s ANYTHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO ANYMORE. Everything is bad and will get worse. You know the only thing I feel I can look forward to now?
Writing novels and stories.
Which is less sustainable without net neutrality…
Today’s (and this month’s) species profile details one of the biggest ones you’ll see around here, the cappipoto. They’ve got a gut like a bowling ball and a snout big enough to eat one. In Wandering Fortunes see see them throughout New Zhopolis, but they have a quite different culture at their homelands on the opposite side of the planet. Take a read here!
You can also see these profiles half a month early if you give to my Patreon. I just posted next month’s excitingly depressing chapter there, which you can also see if you give to my Ko-fi.
Couple weeks ago I posted a little April Fool’s Day story that ended with a pranking dankom. But they were a little bit different from the ones we’ve seen in Wandering Fortunes. Why don’t we take a bit of a look as to why with a profile on dankoms.
They’re basically imps.
The species profile page for sharls is now available. They got kind of a bum position in society, almost always being used as servants or lower employees, and their status is determined by their shell color–some get to (“get to”) serve high-ranking aristocratic wealthy types, others can barely get jobs.
Life can be tough for a sharl.
There’s a new species profile up, and it’s a doozy! The Schalindra, formally introduced in the last chapter, are a set of monstrous villains who are treated as such. They’re gross and horrible, yay! They also all look so widely different that it’s like, how are these all the same species?? You know how all dogs are dogs? Imagine that, except alligators are also a dog species. No one’s ever looked into how this is though because the Schalidnra probably killed and ate anyone who did.
They’re not nice. But who in New Zhopolis is?
An update on Darmenzi: the book isn’t coming out this year. Sad, I know. Still too much to do, including more things I’m adding to the plate that I want to happen around the time the book releases. It should be coming out in January though so it’s not like it’s too far away. Other projects will be coming, as well!
I have a job interview tomorrow though so if I get a dayjob (or nightjob as the case may be) things may slow down a bit. But I’ll never stop working!
Finally, Patreon continues to be a thing with a new chapter releasing soon! Check it out if you’re cool!