Well, you know what they say: “left is always right.”
Your other right!
Once again, I’m pretty sure she has only the most basic of survival skills. Seeing as she really wasn’t paying attention to her environment, otherwise, she would have noticed when her path merged with another and which path she came in on. Or am I misreading something?
You might be reading too much into it. BUT! Even the best survivalists get lost sometimes, so its bound to happen to anyone, especially if you’re a little distracted by spooky eyes, among other things…
It was that way!
Up, up, down, down, left, right, left right
wasn’t it THAT way?
Even more suspense…
I love it.
Lagoloid spent a lot of time designing these forest details, we hope you like it!
Identical paths branching in all directions, no footprints on the floor to backtrack, thick forrest canopy obscuring the sun so she can’t get her bearings, no doubt she’s down the drabbunny hole now. Like how her tail perks up with her confidence in the second panel, then down again as she discovers her predicament. As for people still doubting her survival skills, this forest seems to be designed to get people lost. Spooky blue eyes to put her on edge, yellow frond plants seemingly following her so she watches them rather than the path, and this is all assuming magic… Read more »
“this forest seems to be designed to get people lost….”
Oh, just noticed her ears droop in panel 4 to match her mood too. Nice touch.
Thanks Evil Tree! I’m glad the cute droopy ears were finally noticed!
Go to your other right kiki, take 3 spins, jump on your right leg dont forget it! and make a u turn around that tree you pas grab another fruit, boom! out of da forest
Then it’s over the river and through the woods to grandma’s house, right?
as long as it is not a cabin where a deformed face lives with a chainsaw everything is fine.
Hello, sorry, when they say “update every monday” ¿do they mean a single page?
Yes. We put up one new page every Monday.
I’ll give you a tip to improve your comic …
Try not to put too much detail into the drawings, this makes it very tiring and therefore you can only bring one page per week.
We’ve been making comics in some form or another for well over 10 years and considered our release schedule years before the first page was made. As two individuals with day jobs, we wanted to make this style of comic, which can be done, reasonably, once a week, as many others artists do with a similar level of art quality.
We would rather deliver what we can, consistently, to our readers, and they seem to appreciate that overall, and we will be sticking to our release schedule for the foreseeable future.
Once upon a time , there was a little red riding hood lost in forest . Suddenly , she hears a noise ; then a big bad wolf goes out from behind a bush and ………..
Big bad wolf vs Fox girl?
Thicc ninja has a thicc head and got lost in the end
That’s a little harsh deathknight! Even thicc ninja girls are fallible and can get lost in spooky mystical forests.
Why choose a set path when you can just go up? Those vines *look* strong enough.
Hmmmm….that’s not a bad thought, assuming there isn’t anything too dangerous up in the trees…
Yep. I was expecting something like this would happen.
So was I!
The only one that was’t expecting it was Kiki!
doesn’t seem like she’ll catch up very quickly
Poor Kiki can’t even catch a break at this point.
Poor Kiki, what she needs is a compass while exploring… or at least a trail of bread
And this forest is MUCH more wild than I had first thought… though it is curious how the yellow tailed plants are still growing in a place without sunlight… maybe they’re more chemosynthetic than photosynthetic
Maybe Kiki should have left a trail of fruit pieces while she was walking through the woods.
The forest changes the deeper you go in Wukrii for sure. I imagine those twin tailed plants are kind of like certain species ferns that require a small amounts of sunlight.
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