Chapter 35 of Wandering Fortunes is up. We’re in the final stretch–Top is fleeing the Thraundlus Kingdom castle, escorting Princess Serani out (inside themself). There are still plenty of soldiers fighting throughout the castle, though, so Top will have to be quick on their feet and quick in the head to get through! They’ll have to be even faster than Top’s Pizza’s promise of a pizza to you in 30 minutes or less!
Now up, Wandering Fortunes Chapter 21: A Fresh Start
Just as today begins a new year, so today brings a new world for our friends in Wandering Fortunes with Chapter 21: A Fresh Start. They’ve fled their old home planet of Zhop to escape the mafia-infested planet-wide military, and they’ve arrived at the planet Derantu. But before they enter their new home proper they have to pass through Salenth Kingdom customs, and it’ll be up to them to prevent Top from ruining everything.
Also, either today or tomorrow I plan to post a 2018 retrospective like I did a year ago for 2017. It’ll include a look back, how I’ve failed (and maybe even succeeded), and what I hope to do this year. Watch for that. (And of course, a new Odemon will go up today. If you didn’t notice I took last week off and did an Odemon year retrospective on Mastodon and Twitter.
Wandering Fortunes Chapter 19: Homesickening
Here it is. Chapter 19. Ropak, Alden, and Top return home one last time. The Zhopian Guard is after them, they have to leave the planet, and they want to see their families one last time.
And then Ropak sees something horrible.
And then Ropak does something horrible.
This is probably the darkest chapter I’ve yet done. This is the one where everything is sad.
Wandering Fortunes Chapter 18 is up
Here’s Wandering Fortunes chapter 18: At Odds and Endings. Alden and his friends have been imprisoned for discovering corruption in the city, but even if they manage to get out of jail can they escape the cold arm of the mafia? Plans have to be made, and Top’s a wild card–which might work in their favor.
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