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 91 
 on: September 30, 2020, 05:36:34 pm 
Started by Daphne - Last post by Insaneplots
Would love to see a full shot of that control panel, Seems that there are alot of features that seem to be included as plot dictates which is good. Would just like to know all that wonderful device can do.

 92 
 on: September 30, 2020, 12:50:25 pm 
Started by Daphne - Last post by wcw43921
More and more this story reminds me of the trephinator from the Friday The 13th TV series--only nobody is getting a hole punched in their brain, Thank The Lord.

I do hope Annette gets her intelligence back.  Daniel seems to be a good enough guy that he'd restore that much of her.

And like Ring Cycle, I have to wonder where this thing came from, and why its inventor--or anyone else--would let it out of his hands.

Looking forward to Issue #5.  May it come soon.

 93 
 on: September 30, 2020, 08:09:15 am 
Started by Milkwood - Last post by Daphne
Relatively recently, we switched from JPG to PNG for the comic pages to improve image quality, and the downloads are generated from those images.

 94 
 on: September 30, 2020, 07:55:11 am 
Started by Daphne - Last post by spiderman27
Awesome, series. This and alchemist are the only reasons I come back

 95 
 on: September 30, 2020, 06:12:36 am 
Started by Milkwood - Last post by Milkwood
Daphne I am puzzled about the above and am hopeful you can clarify this matter for me. I am going to use "Permed"  as an example When I downloaded issue 1 it used up 46+KB for 13 pages yet issue 2 same no of pages used up 3.5KB of memory, issue 3 at 17 pages used up 14.7KB and the latest issue 4 at 17 pages used up 3.7KB.

I also have noted that "Rapid Instructions" has a similar difference. Some have downloaded as JPEG images and others as Bitmap images and that when Bitmap is used it uses up roughly 10 x the memory of JPEG. Is this is what is causing the inconsistency in download sizes?

The reason I ask is I have a limited amount of memory dedicated to those stories I am interested in.

 96 
 on: September 30, 2020, 12:13:21 am 
Started by Daphne - Last post by Haight
This was a bit longer than I expected... thanks guys!

 97 
 on: September 29, 2020, 06:48:53 am 
Started by Daphne - Last post by deleau
Ah yes, zaftig Jennifer Connelly (sorta). This one was fun.

You see Jennifer Connelly, I see Dita von Tesse...both equally impressive, imo. (as is this series)

 98 
 on: September 29, 2020, 12:24:56 am 
Started by Daphne - Last post by Haight
I think Erin just grates on me now.

 99 
 on: September 28, 2020, 09:12:41 pm 
Started by Daphne - Last post by nageth
Yeah, Fake Honey doesn't seem to be Future Honey. Honey is transitioning into the events before she meets her past self (and thus is becoming Future Honey).

This does bring up the question of what happens to Fake Honey. Will Future Future Honey team up with Fake Honey now that Past Honey is Future Honey?

 100 
 on: September 28, 2020, 08:58:44 pm 
Started by Daphne - Last post by nageth
For me it isn't really about any specific roles but more that reluctant gives more room for character growth of the controller. Enthusiastic and by design type controller development seems to be usually limited to conflict with either the people they're controlling (which usually doesn't last very long) or sometimes a rival controller (which really doesn't interest me most of the time because the story usually assumes you'll be rooting for one controller or the other when they're more often than not exactly the same).

Above That Ye Are Able is great, imo, because the two versions of the girlfriend, the human and sex zombie, creates a conflict between the boyfriend's Id and Ego because he desires both versions. The story then follows the boyfriend coming to terms with this and finding a balance (or at least that is what he tells himself).

It doesn't need to be that kind of relationship every time, but I just find that reluctant allows for more of the kind of drama I enjoy (not saying all reluctant stories are like this, some stories seem to do it just so the character can more closely follow a heroes arc of some sort). Smiley

Edit: Oh and I also like ones where there is no real sentient controller and the mc is more of a force of nature (Tabico is great with that kind of story).

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