History Webcomic / BeyondTheWesternDeep

19th Nov '16 10:48:01 AM PerAnkh
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''Song of the Eastern Sands'' concluded on October 15, and now follows Ambassador Janik and her companions as they travel to the Vulpin lands.
28th Apr '16 2:49:40 PM theLibrarian
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* GoneNative: Not entirely, but Kenosh, despite having fought against the Ermehn during the war, runs off with them immediately after stabbing General Clovis in the back, and before that had spoken in favor of them and in sympathy to their plight with the Canid.


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* KarmicDeath: General Clovis, after a whole chapter of being a {{Jerkass}} to Quinlan, Dakkan, and Kenosh, is unceremoniously stabbed InTheBack by Kenosh after he attempts to kill Hardin (who at this point was a disarmed and relatively harmless prisoner.)
30th Jan '16 11:29:48 AM theLibrarian
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Due to CreatorBreakdown with stress of the comic's artist, the comic is now in the midst of a side story called ''Song of the Eastern Sands'', taking place in one of the other nations and following a new group of characters.
28th Jun '15 12:57:43 AM altairey
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* AntiVillain: Hardin. He is framed as the BigBad, but oweing to the settings GrayAndGrayMorality he can't really be considered anymore evil than the protagonists themselves. Ultimately, [[WellIntentionedExtremist he desires to right the wrongs his peoples ostensibly suffered]].

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* AnnoyingArrows: Averted. One crossbow bolt to the shoulder is enough to put Quinlan out of commision.
* AntiVillain: Hardin. He is framed as the BigBad, but oweing owing to the settings setting's GrayAndGrayMorality he can't really be considered anymore any more evil than the protagonists themselves. Ultimately, [[WellIntentionedExtremist he desires to right the wrongs his peoples ostensibly suffered]].



* NeckLift: Rathik does this to Dakkan



* TheArcher: Quinlan and Bevan

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* TheArcher: Quinlan and BevanRhosyn
31st May '15 9:23:44 PM altairey
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* BigDamnHeroes: Bevan and Rhosyn show up just in time to save Hardin from a pair of Canid soldiers.



* ChekhovsSkill: Bevan's knife throwing and Rhosyn's crossbow come in handy during the raid on Deltrada.



* EnsembleDarkhorse: One-Eye, an Ermehn, gained a lot of popularity before his untimely death in the next chapter.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Feyn, aka One-Eye, an Ermehn, gained a lot of popularity before his untimely death in the next chapter.



* NonActionGuy: Quinlan tries to invoke this by deciding to be a scout for the Tamian army, much to his grandfather's displeasure

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* NonActionGuy: Quinlan tries to invoke this by deciding to be becoming a scout for the Tamian army, much to his grandfather's displeasure
3rd Mar '15 9:29:13 AM theLibrarian
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: One-Eye, an Ermehn, gained a lot of popularity before his untimely death in the next chapter.
18th Feb '15 11:13:00 PM altairey
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*RedShirtArmy: Hardin plans to use an Ermehn tribe as this during the attack on Deltrada.
18th Feb '15 11:04:18 PM altairey
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* AfraidOfBlood: Dakkan
14th Jan '15 5:09:42 PM altairey
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* {{Hypocrite}}: General Clovis doesn't see the need to respect that the Treaty of Cenolau gave land to the Ermehn, but forces Kenosh, Quinlan, and Dakkan to join his war efforts as the Treaty dictates.
2nd Jan '15 10:21:55 AM Shimegi
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* FatasyCounterpartCulture: Each of the nations have at least identifiable cultural analogues in the real world, if not particularly evident due to the [[FurryReminder species based trappings]]: Sungrove is obviously regular medieval Europe (with Tamian mythology have native american-esque aspects, and the Lutren having polynesian traits), the Felis are by [[WordOfGod creator admission]] based on both the Roman Empire and medieval China, the Canids resemble both the Roman Empire and medieval northern Europe, the Ermehn resemble germanic peoples (and bear a passing aesthetic similarlity to scottsmen), the Vulpin are clearly arabic and the Polcan look like stereotypical pirates, but overall can be more easily compared to [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Peoples Sea Peoples]].

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* FatasyCounterpartCulture: FantasyCounterpartCulture: Each of the nations have at least identifiable cultural analogues in the real world, if not particularly evident due to the [[FurryReminder species based trappings]]: Sungrove is obviously regular medieval Europe (with Tamian mythology have native american-esque aspects, and the Lutren having polynesian traits), the Felis are by [[WordOfGod creator admission]] based on both the Roman Empire and medieval China, the Canids resemble both the Roman Empire and medieval northern Europe, the Ermehn resemble germanic peoples (and bear a passing aesthetic similarlity to scottsmen), the Vulpin are clearly arabic and the Polcan look like stereotypical pirates, but overall can be more easily compared to [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Peoples Sea Peoples]].
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