These are moments in the webcomic Prequel
that are guaranteed to give people a warm and fuzzy feeling
- After screwing up her courier job badly and having a drunken one-night-stand in Quill-Weave's bed (again), Quill-Weave admits that she's disappointed in Katia, but doesn't think she's worthless, holding up the book Katia wrote in while inebriated, pointing out that Katia has aspirations and dreams.
Book's writing, in a childish scribble: "Katia is the best wizard and has all the magics. Everyone looks up to her & she never has to be a sad whore."
- Two hours later, when the two have made up, Katia asks Quill-Weave if they could hug- then thinks better of it, getting nervous and trying to back out of it.
- Just the simple fact that (at least) one Imperial soldier takes his job to protect the Gold Road seriously enough that he's willing to get the patrol schedule adjusted to try and catch a robber, and who's willing to let a citizen tag along with him for security even though it isn't strictly necessary. Even if the Countess is less enthusiastic about his job than he is.
- The entirety of Aggy: Extrapolate. Aggy refuses to leave Katia to her misery, and helpfully provides the most optimistic possible interpretation of her failings.
- The best part? Katia is showing considerable progress within one evening.
- The entirely of Katia: Extrapolate as well!
Aggy: Then use what you do have. Be creative. Be you.