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No Rainbows

9th Feb 2020

No Rainbows

No Rainbows

9th Feb 2020

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Muddy 10th Feb 2020, 2:19 AM edit delete reply
Oookay!... no rainbows.

So I guess no apologies, no cake & ice cream, and the parties over.

Yeah kill him... yet again.
Guest 10th Feb 2020, 6:37 AM edit delete reply
I think not.
Rembrant 10th Feb 2020, 2:35 AM edit delete reply
Yup, just as we suspected. There's no redeeming him, because he doesn't want to be redeemed. He's not the man she married anymore, but maybe what may hurt Kinar most is not just that he's not the man she married anymore, but the what-if, the thought that maybe he was like this even while they were still married and she just didn't know or realize it.
Guest 10th Feb 2020, 6:40 AM edit delete reply
I don't think so. I'm sure she will never give up on her own husband. And I'm sure that Drogan will find out what Serid has been doing and fire him.
Amocin 10th Feb 2020, 11:16 AM edit delete reply
What did Serid do that Drogan could fire him for? Also... Drogan isnt Serid's boss....
Windwalker 10th Feb 2020, 1:32 PM edit delete reply
I think it's significantly more likely that Drogan will try to kill Mordin because he's a ruthless man who's a threat to basically everyone.

Face it Guest, your little narrative that Serid is somehow the bad guy here was wrong from the very start.
Guest 10th Feb 2020, 11:02 PM edit delete reply
I'm not wrong. It's just my honest opinion. I see characters for how they behave. Simple as that. Thank you very much.
Amocin 10th Feb 2020, 11:23 PM edit delete reply
You need to get your eyesight checked then.
crazieanimefan1 11th Feb 2020, 5:04 PM edit delete reply
Need some aloe vera for that burn, Guest? You totally need trifocals if you ask me.
Windwalker 11th Feb 2020, 1:00 PM edit delete reply
The author herself has personally told you, several times, that you're wrong.

You're not seeing the characters for how they behave. You're seeing what you want to see to the point that you're in direct conflict with the de facto absolute authority on the issue (the author).

You. Are. Wrong. There is no subjectivity, no argument, no debate, no opinion. The author knows how the story goes and has told you several times that the story doesn't go how you think it should go.

It would be a different thing if you said something like 'I think it should happen like this' but you don't do that. Every time you comment you state it as if your warped perspective is the only way for it to go, as if any deviation from your narrative is a deviation from logic, reason and common sense.

Even if the author hadn't already made it clear several times that your idea of how the story should go is not only wrong but disturbs her on an ethical level your claim that it's just an opinion is highly dubious. Either you're downright terrible at getting your message across or your comments are intentionally phrased as if your perspective is more than just an opinion. The only time you claim to merely have an opinion is when you're called out on it, which is the most archetypical example of an unreasonable person defending themselves when confronted with their own failings.

And unless I'm severely mistaken you've, in fact, based your 'opinions' on events which didn't occur in the actual comic at least once, which means that even IF we both were to treat what you say as nothing more than an opinion it would STILL be objectively incorrect because you'd be building your opinion on things which haven't actually happened in the story. I have the distinct memory of a claim that Serid abuses Kinar which is utterly absurd: the only time that Serid came even close to being abusive was at the very beginning of the story before they were even a couple, and he stopped being abusive before any actual coupling happened.

Quite frankly your persistence in acting like you've got a valid perspective on the story makes me think of you as quite the disturbing person, one who either cannot or will not accept that the story does not conform to your preconceived beliefs. If memory serves me correctly you have professed in the past that you do not believe that people of different species should be together which is your opinion to hold, I would not judge you for feeling that way, except you keep trying to force that opinion upon the comic and those who read it as if it's the only correct way of viewing things.

You come across as someone for whom reality is confusing and scary and who clings to tradition as one might cling to a lifebuoy, whose response to anything new and unfamiliar is to either expel it from your life or try to force it into being something you're more familiar with.

The odds of any of this meaning anything to you are abysmal but I still wanted to write it down because I wanted to get it off my chest. This story, so far as I can tell, is about how a woman named Kinar, whose husband was believed to be dead, found new love with someone who is part of the group (namely the Horde) who could be considered at least partially responsible for the death of her husband. The two of them learn to see beyond the barriers of their different origins and natures and be happy together, and when Kinar's husband shows up again it's not so he can take her back, but to show that the events which led to his turning into a Death Knight also twisted his mind until one might consider him a different person entirely.

Whether Mordin will be saved or not is still up in the air, but my current guess would be that Mordin could never accept the past and move on, and that either Kinar or someone else will be forced to put him down before he brings more harm to the world in his misguided attempts at 'fixing' it. Whether Mordin is saved or not the odds of him reuniting with Kinar are low, because even if he did manage to move on the fact is that he's no longer the man he used to be, and neither he nor Kinar can ever return to how it used to be, because that is just how life works. Too many things have happened, too many scars have been carved into both body and mind. The past is the past and one must look forward to the future rather than futily try to recapture something which once was but then faded away.

One might make an attempt at arguing that true love can overcome any obstacles except Amocin, the author of this story, has tried to make it clear that this is NOT a story of true love causing Mordin to drive away the 'vile' Serid. And the entire idea that true love is some kind of special force which can bypass any obstacle is a fantasy anyway. Times change, people change, the world changes. There are people who are together for tens of years only to find that the love has faded, and nothing bad needs to have occurred for that to happen. People can drift away naturally as time passes, and that doesn't mean that the love they had in the past was fake or weak. People will often separate for much smaller issues than what Kinar and Mordin have to deal with, and the only reason any form of love appears to still exist is because that's just how Kinar is. Many people would have given up on Mordin as soon as they saw what he had turned into and any reasonable person would hopefully find themselves unable to blame them, considering the circumstances.

I actually had to register an account just to post this comment because it was too long, so congratulations. Your sheer incorrectness made me go so far as to make an account just so I could get my full rant in.
Amocin 11th Feb 2020, 10:53 PM edit delete reply
All of this ^
Guest 11th Feb 2020, 2:28 PM edit delete reply
You are very much wrong. You are also the only one here who 'sees' these things apparently. If the STORY, CHARACTER OWNER, ARTIST, ETC says you are wrong. Then news flash, you are wrong.
RaptorVonSqueaker 13th Feb 2020, 7:47 AM edit delete reply
Honestly.... The whole story of Guest still convinced of whatever he believes over the Author direct multiple responses would be worth a movie of it's own.

I never saw someone so absolutely stubborn into it's wrong ( if we leave out every Politic/Religion cases ).

Wake up, Guest lol.
Kaleshibata 13th Feb 2020, 7:09 PM edit delete reply
Honestly i think at this point they're just doing it for the responses we should stop giving them. if 6-7 people the author the actual events of the story and being flat told doesn't work...well its less toxicity to just not humor them with visibility or responses.
Guest 15th Feb 2020, 2:11 AM edit delete reply
It is just like... don't feed the (very disturbing) troll...
kgshu 16th Feb 2020, 1:04 PM edit delete reply
Do you got a stroke or what?

I cant Imagine how you could think that or how These thoughts of you are created.

Also, great comic, it feels like that this comes to an end. Sad, nur maybe they start a new adventure. ಥ╭╮ಥ
Danthehordeman 10th Feb 2020, 3:14 AM edit delete reply
Wow nice. i love it. I hope your well have a nice day all the best take care be safe best wishes high regards Daniel
Alexandra Longden 10th Feb 2020, 3:54 AM edit delete reply
Yup called it XD
Kajex Surnahm 10th Feb 2020, 3:57 AM edit delete reply
Cow-Dad is still the right choice- I hope they can handle this jerk.
Panther 10th Feb 2020, 4:02 AM edit delete reply
You have forgotten the fail in your plans , Mordin : make all peoples become worgens will never do them forget what they are really ......
Pim 10th Feb 2020, 4:34 PM edit delete reply
Or, simply, they will never forgive you for what you did, and might even purposefully fail your plan simlpy out of spite for you...
karmakat 10th Feb 2020, 5:01 AM edit delete reply
Ok Boomer...
Redmoonwatcher 10th Feb 2020, 5:08 AM edit delete reply
He must really not know history very well. Elves not getting along was brought up before in the comic but even the human kingdoms could barely hold themselves together after the Second War, Gilneas in particular was ready to break things off over money.
RaShCl 10th Feb 2020, 7:19 AM edit delete reply
Witch creatures does he mean? serid and the rest or everybody that's not Worgen.
Guest 10th Feb 2020, 8:29 AM edit delete reply
Here we go again... Right wing politics ridiculed by left wing authors (or more rarely left wing politics ridiculed by right wing authors)... I hate science fiction that takes current events into the future and declares that their philosophy is now proven facts. Star Trek did that a lot.
Amocin 10th Feb 2020, 11:08 AM edit delete reply
This isnt a right vrs left thing.. Mordin lives in a world torn apart by war, his home destroyed by faction wars which seem centered mostly on Race.. The whole Horde are seen as villains, even though there are many honorable people within it.

This is Horde Vrs Alliance, and an Alliance member going too far, being the evil one that they all too often think the Horde is. He doesnt really want to kill, just stop the fighting in a very misguided way.

Also, Projecting much?
Pufnstuff 10th Feb 2020, 12:03 PM edit delete reply
While I often play Horde alts, and try to keep the nobility of their fight to find a place to exist in mind, It must always be remembered that the Horde has its origins in a violent Invasion of Azeroth, and that within recent memory. There are still people alive in Warcraft who were there when the Horde came to this world.

The destruction of Gilneas is even more recent, meaning that to these characters in particular, that wound is very fresh. Suddenly sharing a race with the enemy is not going to help matters. at least not short-term. Mordin's plan will require several generations to come to fruition.
Amocin 10th Feb 2020, 1:16 PM edit delete reply
It is a flawed plan, Kinar pointed this out as well, Mordin just cant see the problems with it.
Maryalee 10th Feb 2020, 7:19 PM edit delete reply
It should always be remembered, but all too often isn't, that Doomhammer's Horde/Gul'dan's Horde only invaded Azeroth because of a lie. Gul'dan, along with The Legion, caused the Orc clans to believe their world of Draenor was dying. Gul'dan subverted the Orcs into drinking the blood of Mannoroth, which turned them into blood-thirsty savages. Take away Gul'dan, take away The Legion and the demon blood, and the Orcs would never have invaded ANYTHING.

The Blood Elves and the Forsaken are different stories for a different time. The Tauren would have been as happy in the Alliance, as the Horde. It just worked out that Thrall extended the helping hand first. Speaking of, anyone remember in MoP when hyper-Alliance Varian came within a hair's breadth of convincing the Glood Elves to join the Alliance?

Alliance vs. Horde, at this point in the story, is an artificial construct. It's a tired idea that Blizzard refuses to abandon because they can't conceive of a better hook. The two sides had more in common than in opposition at the end of Legion, but Old God's gotta meddle.
crazieanimefan1 11th Feb 2020, 5:03 PM edit delete reply
These days, Anduin is actually supporting a Horde/Alliance cease fire. He's good friends with Baine Bloodhoof. So what Mordin thinks, he needs a good frying pan to the head. I haven't played WoW since Leigon, but I do check out the spoilers lately. Varian was doing an about face, but died. Jaina was going crazy like Mordin is in ways...but Anduin, he's seeing there's more value to working together than against each other, I think Thrall's been trying to preach that too. I played the Horde side, but I do like some Alliance characters.

.....heck....may need to get back in the game one day. XP Just can't afford it at the moment.
Maryalee 12th Feb 2020, 8:39 PM edit delete reply
Opinion: You'll want to wait for the next expansion. Current situation isn't worth it.
crazieanimefan1 13th Feb 2020, 10:14 PM edit delete reply
lol I actually plan on going back just for the new one...plus Wrathion's new model had me turn my head just a little bit to check things out again...not the storyline he's back in.
Puckeroo 10th Feb 2020, 12:05 PM edit delete reply
I recomed ya engore that person.
Most likely don't have warcraft or read from the start.
Also love way it going. Keep it up. Am sure hooked.
txinaz 10th Feb 2020, 11:46 AM edit delete reply
I would not look at any of this comic as political. the only this I see that way is your comment
Dreamfox 11th Feb 2020, 6:18 PM edit delete reply
BTW, this is Fantasy, not Science Fiction.
Guest 10th Feb 2020, 1:43 PM edit delete reply
He’s suffered so much this is the only way he can seeZ I truly feel bad for Denor
Guest 10th Feb 2020, 7:35 PM edit delete reply
I don’t quite understand the last speech bubble. Is the “accept their new lives” part of it pertaining to his ultimate plan or should it have been put in front of the “fantasy world” part of it?
Rembrant 10th Feb 2020, 11:31 PM edit delete reply
Yeah, it's pertaining to his plan. Since his whole deal is he feels that there will always be wars as long as there are different races (hence why he feels that Kinar's living in a "fantasy world" if she thinks different races can get along), so he wanted to use the Lich's power to turn the whole world into worgen, because he figures if everyone's the same, then they can get along, this despite Kinar pointing out that just because a person changes into a worgen doesn't mean that they'll just throw away who they used to be, but Mordin just refuses to accept that.
Crazy Valentine 10th Feb 2020, 7:54 PM edit delete reply
"So what should it be, will you join the unity, or will you die here? Join~! DIE! Join~! DIE!"
Dreamer 10th Feb 2020, 11:51 PM edit delete reply
Reminds me of Evil Dead...

"~JOIN US!~"
Crazy Valentine 13th Feb 2020, 1:14 PM edit delete reply
It's mainly a reference to the very first Fallout, one the best vilain btw, The Master of the Super Mutant army.
pyrostinger 11th Feb 2020, 4:39 PM edit delete reply
Mordin seems nice.
Kabandha 13th Feb 2020, 9:21 AM edit delete reply
I've been reading your comic for 3-4 years and I think it's great. U can draw very very good and the story is wonderful.
Wish u the best for u and ur family. Hope u have a nice life!
Guest 15th Feb 2020, 1:19 AM edit delete reply
I can taste the irony from here as he's describing what would happen were he to give up on his plan and try to find common ground from Kinar's side of things. Though I'm pretty sure that's the point of the thing.
Gin 17th Feb 2020, 2:16 AM edit delete reply
"Cannot live side by side with these creatures" and THERE'S the racism! Given Gilneas's isolationist policies I was wondering if there might be some of that lurking in the more extreme individuals.

On one hand, I'm sad to see Mordin is unredeemable in this sense. Having a lich riding shotgun can do some serious stuff to your head. On the other... not super surprised. He's seen a LOT and people react to war and conflict in wildly different ways.