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Jackarais THE GREAT 30th Sep 2016, 1:13 AM edit delete
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Happy friday, everyone. It's cold outside, the coyotes are howling, and I'm still listening to the same music on repeat I found several months ago. Life is good. :')

A big, happy hug and thank you to my patrons on this fine autumn month of september, in no particular order: Boo Rider, Erin, Rocket, Chima, Ayme, Toherrys, Marko, Asmodeus, Jonas, Richard, Bengt, Utzsar, Nec, Karyl, and Taz. You are all delightful, and I appreciate the heck outta you.

I have the BEAT UP SLUTMAN all lined, he's just waiting to get all his bruises painted on in color. :')

And for those of you that don't follow my tumblr blog, I wanted to let you know that I've been quietly developing a simple exploration game based on the comic. Though I wanted to keep it short and sweet, I don't think it'll be playable for a long time yet. But I'm excited nonetheless. It's like I've opened pandora's box. I keep thinking of all these ideas to implement but still haven't worked out a linear progression of events. Soon! I will figure it out!



I hope you have a great day!

- Jack

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MadJak91 30th Sep 2016, 2:12 AM edit delete reply
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No! Not his hand!
Can you even repair his technology? This is going to suck :{
Jackarais 30th Sep 2016, 1:19 PM edit delete reply
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If possible, it could be an ordeal!
Miaubol 30th Sep 2016, 5:37 AM edit delete reply
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alright... they lost D:
pkrankow 30th Sep 2016, 7:20 AM edit delete reply
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Does Poet feel pain like an organic person? I can see he knows about taking damage to his parts at least.
Jackarais 30th Sep 2016, 1:16 PM edit delete reply
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Poet definitely feels pain the same way you and I do on his fleshy parts (torso, head, his neck to an extent). Much of his human body is numb or heavily scarred so he can't feel much in some places (upper back, upper chest, etc). But his face and stomach are the most sensitive. He doesn' feel anything from his limbs except the barest pressure. However, there is the phantom sensation of his extremities. So if he anticipates a blow to one of his limbs, there is typically phantom pain.