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The Starcaster Chronicles 08.05

February 15, 2021 by Tim

Starcaster Patrons got to vote on a choice between page 4 and 5:

Should Speck take the ship and go for supplies?

  • Yes, go for supplies. 65%
  • No. Ration what’s left. 35%

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foducool
foducool
1 year ago

the good news is : now you need food and water rations for two instead of three

Freddie
Freddie
1 year ago

The following comes under the category of sorry/not sorry:

YOU get a starcaster, and YOU get a starcaster, and YOU …

Leon
Leon
1 year ago

I keep getting the feeling theyre not alone

foducool
foducool
1 year ago
Reply to  Leon

that’s because there’s literally everything in space, Morty!

merlz
merlz
1 year ago

hmm.. if the starcaster will ‘take care of him’, how did the original wielder die? perhaps a lack of access to nearby stars to draw energy from?

Atros
Atros
1 year ago
Reply to  merlz

Makes you wonder if he’d have been better off just randomly warping and floating in space. Wonder if the temple(s?) with a starcaster are actually designed to block it from receiving energy and he was in the absolute worst place for a starcaster-equipped being to be abandoned.

Tony5n
Tony5n
1 year ago

I’m confused, didn’t her brother die of hunger and thirst while having the starcaster??

Eldest Gruff
Eldest Gruff
1 year ago

It’s probably just me – but I’m thrown off here, thinking about atmosphere. It’s clear there IS a breathable atmosphere, and the temperature isn’t either frigid or sweltering. But everything is illuminated as if it’s daytime, yet the sky is dark, showing a night sky and very, *very* little atmospheric light pollution. In a way, it reminds me of photos of the Apollo landing. Vaguely curious if this is an artistic decision, if there’s something different about this atmosphere, if they’re just in some sort of ‘twilight’ situation (i.e. landed close to the poles, where the sun just sort of… Read more »

Lily
Lily
1 year ago
Reply to  Eldest Gruff

That is a good point. I kind of want to say it is just an artistic thing and scene is just bright so people can actually see the comic, but the shadows are actually pretty intense, which implies the sun or another light is right over head.

Eldest Gruff
Eldest Gruff
1 year ago
Reply to  Lily

Makes a good deal of sense. After all, to those there, their eyes would naturally adjust to the world. And while A&D often shows dark, shadowy streets, those streets are normally a dark gray concrete/steel color, not pale desert dust.

Dick
Dick
1 year ago

I just want to say, the color and shading on these panels are top notch.

Last edited 1 year ago by Dick
Vicente Sampedro Burgos
Vicente Sampedro Burgos
1 year ago

Am I wrong or there is an specific Patreon for StarCaster?