History TearJerker / Drowtales

1st Jun '15 12:00:13 AM M84
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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreak havoc throughout the city. As Chel falls into chaos, there is almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Kiel finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's huddled in a corner, weeping uncontrollably, and begging "sister Kiel" to make the pain stop. And worse, as Kiel's trying desperately to save her she uses "I" instead of "[[IAmLegion We]]" for the first time in the comic, making it even clearer that it's the core, original Kharla we're seeing.]]

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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreak havoc throughout the city. As Chel falls into chaos, there is almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Kiel finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's huddled in a corner, weeping uncontrollably, and begging "sister Kiel" to make the pain stop. And worse, as Kiel's trying desperately to save her she uses "I" instead of "[[IAmLegion We]]" for the first time in the comic, making it even clearer that it's the core, original Kharla we're seeing.]]
** [[spoiler:The Naal demon sacrifices itself bringing Kharla down with it. And it twist the knife further, it says Kiel's name right before it falls, proving that part of Naal was still there.]] In one fell swoop [[spoiler:Kiel lost both her sister and her dearest friend (again).
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25th May '15 3:54:24 PM Katsuhagi
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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreak havoc throughout the city. As Chel falls into chaos, there is almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Kiel finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's huddled in a corner, weeping uncontrollably, and begging "sister Kiel" to make the pain stop.]]

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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreak havoc throughout the city. As Chel falls into chaos, there is almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Kiel finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's huddled in a corner, weeping uncontrollably, and begging "sister Kiel" to make the pain stop. And worse, as Kiel's trying desperately to save her she uses "I" instead of "[[IAmLegion We]]" for the first time in the comic, making it even clearer that it's the core, original Kharla we're seeing.]]
24th May '15 1:53:51 PM TheMutant
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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. As Chel falls into chaos, there is almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's huddled in a corner, weeping uncontrollably, and begging "sister Keil" to make the pain stop.]]

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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck wreak havoc throughout the city. As Chel falls into chaos, there is almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil Kiel finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's huddled in a corner, weeping uncontrollably, and begging "sister Keil" Kiel" to make the pain stop.]]
12th May '15 4:54:14 PM AntiDragon4185
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* Given her immense power and her tendency to dole out [[FateWorseThanDeath fates]]-[[BodyHorror worse]]-[[AndIMustScream than]]-[[BalefulPolymorph death]] at the drop of a hat, Kharla is an inherently difficult person to sympathize with. Yet we are occasionally reminded that under the sinister façade [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds she has the mentality and vulnerabilities of a broken child]]. [[SelfMadeOrphan Her powers made it impossible to raise her as an ordinary child]], she's been manipulated, indoctrinated, and used as a tool since she was a toddler, and she nearly starved to death once without anyone noticing. While the comic has no shortage of selfish or sadistic characters, Kharla is simply a confused, mentally ill woman who will never have the chance to heal.

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* Given her immense power and her tendency to dole out [[FateWorseThanDeath fates]]-[[BodyHorror worse]]-[[AndIMustScream than]]-[[BalefulPolymorph death]] at the drop of a hat, Kharla is an inherently a difficult person to sympathize with. Yet we are occasionally reminded that under the sinister façade [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds [[PsychopathicManchild she has the mentality and vulnerabilities of a broken traumatized child]]. [[SelfMadeOrphan Her powers made it impossible to raise for her as an to have a ordinary child]], childhood]], she's been manipulated, indoctrinated, and used as a tool since she was a toddler, and she nearly starved to death once without anyone noticing. While the comic has no shortage of selfish or sadistic characters, [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Kharla is simply at her core a confused, naive, mentally ill woman who will never have the chance to heal. heal.]]
12th May '15 10:40:46 AM AntiDragon4185
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* Given her immense power and her tendency to dole out [[FateWorseThanDeath fates]]-[[BodyHorror worse]]-[[AndIMustScream than]]-[[BalefulPolymorph death]] at the drop of a hat, Kharla is an inherently difficult person to sympathize with. Yet we are occasionally reminded that under the sinister façade [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds she has the mentality and vulnerabilities of a broken child]]. [[SelfMadeOrphan Her powers made it impossible to raise her as an ordinary child]], she's been manipulated, indoctrinated, and used as a tool since she was a toddler, and she nearly starved to death once without anyone noticing. While the comic has no shortage of selfish or sadistic characters, Kharla is a sick, troubled woman who will never have the chance to heal properly.

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* Given her immense power and her tendency to dole out [[FateWorseThanDeath fates]]-[[BodyHorror worse]]-[[AndIMustScream than]]-[[BalefulPolymorph death]] at the drop of a hat, Kharla is an inherently difficult person to sympathize with. Yet we are occasionally reminded that under the sinister façade [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds she has the mentality and vulnerabilities of a broken child]]. [[SelfMadeOrphan Her powers made it impossible to raise her as an ordinary child]], she's been manipulated, indoctrinated, and used as a tool since she was a toddler, and she nearly starved to death once without anyone noticing. While the comic has no shortage of selfish or sadistic characters, Kharla is simply a sick, troubled confused, mentally ill woman who will never have the chance to heal properly.heal.
12th May '15 7:39:40 AM AntiDragon4185
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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. As the Chel falls into chaos, there is very almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's huddled in a corner, weeping uncontrollably, and begging "sister Keil" to make the pain go away.]]

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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. As the Chel falls into chaos, there is very almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's huddled in a corner, weeping uncontrollably, and begging "sister Keil" to make the pain go away.stop.]]
12th May '15 7:37:11 AM AntiDragon4185
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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. As the Chel falls into chaos, there is very almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's weeping uncontrollably, and begs her "little sister" to make the pain go away.]]

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** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. As the Chel falls into chaos, there is very almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's huddled in a corner, weeping uncontrollably, and begs her "little sister" begging "sister Keil" to make the pain go away.]]
12th May '15 7:33:23 AM AntiDragon4185
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* Given her immense power and her tendency to dole out fates-worse-than-death at the drop of a hat, Kharla is an inherently difficult person to sympathize with. Yet we are occasionally reminded that under the sinister façade [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds she has the mentality and vulnerabilities of a broken child]]. [[SelfMadeOrphan Her powers made it impossible to raise her as an ordinary child]], she's been manipulated, indoctrinated, and used as a tool since she was a toddler, and nearly starved to death once without anyone noticing.
** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. As the city devolves further into chaos, there is very almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, we find her weeping uncontrollably, begging her "little sister" to make the pain go away.]]

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* Given her immense power and her tendency to dole out fates-worse-than-death [[FateWorseThanDeath fates]]-[[BodyHorror worse]]-[[AndIMustScream than]]-[[BalefulPolymorph death]] at the drop of a hat, Kharla is an inherently difficult person to sympathize with. Yet we are occasionally reminded that under the sinister façade [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds she has the mentality and vulnerabilities of a broken child]]. [[SelfMadeOrphan Her powers made it impossible to raise her as an ordinary child]], she's been manipulated, indoctrinated, and used as a tool since she was a toddler, and she nearly starved to death once without anyone noticing.noticing. While the comic has no shortage of selfish or sadistic characters, Kharla is a sick, troubled woman who will never have the chance to heal properly.
** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. As the city devolves further Chel falls into chaos, there is very almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches Kharla in her throne room, we find she isn't laughing manically or lording over her power; she's weeping uncontrollably, begging and begs her "little sister" to make the pain go away.]]
12th May '15 7:22:50 AM AntiDragon4185
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* Given her immense power and her tendency to dole out fates-worse-than-death at the drop of a hat, Kharla is an inherently difficult person to sympathize with. Yet we are occasionally reminded that under the sinister façade she has the mentality and vulnerabilities of a broken child. [[SelfMadeOrphan Her powers made it impossible to raise her as an ordinary child]], she's been manipulated, indoctrinated, and used as a tool since she was a toddler, and once time nearly starved to death without anyone noticing.
** In the chapter 47, Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. After several months of witnessing the horrors she's orchestrating, there is no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches her in her throne room, we see that all she's been weeping all this time, and begs her "little sister" to make the pain go away.

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* Given her immense power and her tendency to dole out fates-worse-than-death at the drop of a hat, Kharla is an inherently difficult person to sympathize with. Yet we are occasionally reminded that under the sinister façade [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds she has the mentality and vulnerabilities of a broken child. child]]. [[SelfMadeOrphan Her powers made it impossible to raise her as an ordinary child]], she's been manipulated, indoctrinated, and used as a tool since she was a toddler, and once time nearly starved to death once without anyone noticing.
** In the chapter 47, [[spoiler: Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. After several months of witnessing As the horrors she's orchestrating, city devolves further into chaos, there is very almost no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches her Kharla in her throne room, we see that all she's been find her weeping all this time, and begs uncontrollably, begging her "little sister" to make the pain go away.]]
12th May '15 7:14:54 AM AntiDragon4185
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** [[spoiler: Even little Suna is being controlled, and tries to bite her mother's fingers off.]]

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** [[spoiler: Even little Suna is being controlled, and tries to bite her mother's fingers off.]]]]
* Given her immense power and her tendency to dole out fates-worse-than-death at the drop of a hat, Kharla is an inherently difficult person to sympathize with. Yet we are occasionally reminded that under the sinister façade she has the mentality and vulnerabilities of a broken child. [[SelfMadeOrphan Her powers made it impossible to raise her as an ordinary child]], she's been manipulated, indoctrinated, and used as a tool since she was a toddler, and once time nearly starved to death without anyone noticing.
** In the chapter 47, Kharla finally loses it completely, and uses her powers to wreck havoc throughout the city. After several months of witnessing the horrors she's orchestrating, there is no question that she needs to die. Yet when Keil finally reaches her in her throne room, we see that all she's been weeping all this time, and begs her "little sister" to make the pain go away.
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