Theophilous_Bolt wrote:It's fun when someone pushes things so far, they cross the line - and discover they really enjoy being on the wrong side of it.
Just read this from the beginning, and it's amazing - great plot, fun characters - just a consistently entertaining comic.
We don't know whether or not she enjoys it yet. We've seen she's had issues with built up anger, but this is the first time she's killed someone, especially in such a manor, so we'll have to see how she handles it.
Glad to hear you enjoy it, trying to make sure it stays entertaining and keep the twists flowing.
Narzain wrote:Oh... oh, dear. Well, violence is also a long-accepted means of getting information... (See, this is why I don't script-write; I'm usually wrong).
I can just picture Kat going "FINALLY she starts to understand!"
Something like that.
As far as scrip writing goes, if you were writing the script, then you would be right, 'cause it's your script. This was part of the idea from the beginning though, in their real stories (with the exception of Kat) these are all nice level-headed characters, and I wanted to push them in the opposite direction, they've all had their twists, but, it would seem Tia's the most sensitive as everything's hitting her much harder, and changing her into someone very different than everyone thought she was.
Of course, it's all good, 'cause remember, they're just acting after all.
http://forums.macrophile.com/viewtopic. ... 824#257824