NOTES FROM OTHERS:
|Whoa, that was thought-provoking. I liked how that explosion just came out. I think a lot of people will relate to Weaver's reaction. Nature is amazing but also terrifying.|
|Good, I hope Dax really does take a time out to change a bit. Immovable dogma has historically never been a good thing.
|Despite all the philosophy, the main thing I got out of this comic was that Weaver looks SO CUTE when he's all wrapped up in a blanket.|
|Ouch! Poor Weaver! I almost forgot that someone his size is far more vulnerable to the elements than other people. He is indeed with about Mother Nature, she isn't always all "sweetness and light", sometimes you can get royally spanked by her when you least expect it!|
|The interaction of Dax and Weaver is great. You do a good job of showing not only them as individuals but how their friendship is changing and developing over time.|
|Weaver is one of my favorite characters. I particularly like how he was blown by the wind into a tree. I thought it was funny. But it really probably wasn't.|
|As long as I don't tell him you laughed, I think you'll be okay. :)|
|SwankIvy said, "As long as I don't tell him you laughed, I think you'll be okay. :)"
I wonder if the SwankIvy Goddess has other miraculous revelations to Her creatures planned down the line?
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