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435 - When robbing people at sword-point, first ensure the sword can harm them.
 



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The Epsilon Project

Epsilon
 

Current backstories

Dark Lord Rising    ...To catch a Demon...

Niall's Story

Guest stories

Sierra and the Thing that Happened
Benjamin Buran and the Ark of Ur

Finished backstories

A walk in the woods
Strange Bedfellows
The Dark Angel
Red Valentine
Heads You Lose
Turning a new Page
Critical Mass
The Axeman Cometh
The Tuppenny Man


2016/08/24 - Dark Lord Rising

Poor Jones, left all alone...

2016/08/22 - The Epsilon Project

Until recently, Daniel's job often involved executing criminals, and as such he got into the habit of tying up prisoners in such a way as to make it easy to lop off their heads. This did not have a comforting effect on Nick.
To be fair to Daniel, if Nick actually was someone like Keaton, he'd be in real trouble.

P.S. Niall's Story has finally updated after many delays.

2016/08/20 - Niall's Story

Finally, page 6 is up. Now the ugliness of the last page can be put into context.

2016/08/19

You are reading page 435 of Project Future, a weekly strip inspired by Amber Williams' DMFA.

The first rule, when robbing someone in Furrae, is to make sure they're not vastly more powerful than you.

Random charitable thingy: Consider donating to this white fox guy who needs money to keep his car going.

No idea when we're going to have Niall updating next, so I've put up some filler to get the gory page off the front.

Epsilon is ready to go, hopefully 'Dark Lord Rising' will make it but that depends on how Merlin's doing.  

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