Wandering Fortunes Chapter 36: A Top Team Escape
The penultimate chapter! While Top flees with the princess, Ropak distracts King Eintandus from following. Even if he can avoid being turned to dust from Eintandus’ huge weapons, he and Alden still gotta get out of the castle–and past a hoard of guards along the way!
By the way… what’s that new section in the top menu ribbon? Be careful around there… you might get lost…
Yeah so the website I’ve been putting my romance/erotica on kinda sucks now so I copied it all over to here. I’m not gonna post about updates here but if you’re interested or happen to like it you can check out my Twitter for updates. It’s almost all SFW and non-lewd or whatnot, there’s only one story that veers into NSFW territory but it’s on the edge.
I’ve been putting this off for a while but I finally got around to doing the rest of the profiles for Wandering Fortunes. We have two locations, the Thraundlus Kingdom and the planet Derantu, two species, fustornises and then various wild animals of Derantu, and one character, King Eintandus 4.
My new project focus continues to move along at a steady pace. I wonder if there’s a way to have two separate blog/update pages on this website? Then I could have this one for the CCC and a separate section to update and post about that project. I don’t want people to see it if they don’t want to, but my higher success in that tells me to focus on it more.
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.
The last Wandering Fortunes chapter featured a kudeso as a major character, so I figured let’s take a look at this speed freak bird species. Here’s the profile page for kudesos, which I think just about wraps up all the major Zhop species. There may be a few more here and there.
Just a reminder, those who give to my Patreon can read chapters half a month early, and the next chapter will be going up later today (or tonight depending on when I doze off today). Same with my Ko-fi–send a cup, read the next chapter early!
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.
Species profile for the snowbles are up. They are creatures of snow. Weird, huh? They’re basically mean snowmen. Some are large and in charge, and others are small and very in charge. This is not your normal species!