Act Three, Chapter Five: 20

4th Jun 10:43 PM, 2018 in Act Three: Chapter Five
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Act Three, Chapter Five: 20
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MsMegan 4th Jun 10:43 PM, 2018 edit delete
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Mar-ee 4th Jun 11:39 PM, 2018 edit delete reply
I almost feel like there should be dominoes, haha cause of the domino affect. Even in her flashbacks Beast is always so solemn
Laura 5th Jun 12:49 AM, 2018 edit delete reply
Soooo let's see if I follow.......

BirdMom met Dad, they fell in love, but she knew she could only stay with him so long.

But Beauty fell sick, so to save her, BirdMom came to the Castle to bargain for her life. She was only sucessfull because Beast was there tweaking things a bit, because Beast IS A GOOD BOY GODDAMNIT.

So far so good. Yas. Yas.
Guest 5th Jun 6:10 AM, 2018 edit delete reply
I wonder how old human Argus is.
Fluffy 5th Jun 10:54 PM, 2018 edit delete reply
If I do recall, in earlier chapters when they do a flashback of Beast talking with Beauty's mom, she mentions how he is just a young man. With that I am assuming, Argus (before he became a never aging Beast of course) is in his mid to late 20's.
The Doodler 5th Jun 8:36 AM, 2018 edit delete reply
The Doodler
That WOULD explain why the castle is sometimes so nice to her. Aaugh. This comic is so good.
Pylgrim 5th Jun 11:41 AM, 2018 edit delete reply
Ah, I love me a good case of Yui Ikari's Agenda.
Michael 5th Jun 4:36 PM, 2018 edit delete reply
a good heart dealing for the castle plus a good spirit in the shadows. So what is the nature of the castle that it needs the tweaking here and there? Just a soulless machine? I know that most of the humans fail and regret their deal but what is in for the castle?
The Doodler 5th Jun 4:40 PM, 2018 edit delete reply
The Doodler
I would bet money it's the Beast's mom, or whatever she is.
Vain.3805 6th Jun 11:58 PM, 2018 edit delete reply
Vain.3805
Beast-mom vs Swan-mom, the final showdown.
Anonymous Puffin 7th Jun 1:43 PM, 2018 edit delete reply
I'd just like to draw everyone's attention to the windswept movement of the grass, Beast's cape and tail. It's very atmospheric.

Also, I wonder what the tiny, unnoticeable rebellions could be... the use of ambiguous phrases in the contracts, perhaps? Was Argus secretly a lawyer versed in legalese? So many questions...