A bear sorceress, a warrior rat, and one hell of a journey.
Evon is a furryHeroic Fantasy webcomic created by Brittany E. Sheppard (artist) and Mr. Wax (writer), first published in 2008.Occurring in the fictional world of Herrah, it is the story of Evon Allure, an ursine sorceress on the run from her former guardian/teacher (and the shadowy group of sorcerers he's a member of). Evon hires an adventurer named Herodotus Dent to help her retrieve an important personal item from the very school she'd just run away from. Along the way, Evon discovers a few secrets about herself and her parents' deaths and sets out on a quest to learn the whole truth, with Hero (who has a few secrets of his own) now serving as her bodyguard.The comic updates Monday and Friday (usually). Contains occasional graphic violence and nudity.
Evon contains examples of the following tropes:
Action Girl: Evon can take care of herself. Even when overwhelmed, she'll take a chunk out of her opponents.
Armor-Piercing Question: In response to Hero's constant (unconvincing) protests that his feelings for Evon are strictly professional, Felvis asked Hero why he was still traveling with Evon, since the job she'd actually hired him for was done.
Lady Cleo bullying Evon at every opportunity, despite knowing Evon's a spellcaster who could fry her with a thought.
Legune forces the Evon clone to service him orally, while continually taunting her with being disposed of if she doesn't please him. The same clone explicitly stated to be physically and mystically stronger than the girl who has defied The Cabal for who knows how long. It didn't end well for him. Granted, he didn't count on the clone possessing all of the original Evon's memories, including the sexual assault and near-rape.
Distracted by the Sexy: Hero takes advantage of this twice in Chapter 3.5 as a negotiation tactic, first using Evon (against her will), then using himself.
Young Evon discovered Feneris was intentionally botching her magic lessons for his own purposes.
Evon is told that Feneris killed her parents. When confronted, Feneris has no idea what she's talking about. Evon was told this by a Cabal sorceress working to undermine Feneris' position as Severian's right hand. Feneris later admits he was ordered to kill them, but refused, for as-yet unknown reasons.
Venir tries to sell Evon out to The Cabal for the reward. Not only are they not impressed with what he offered (they remind Venir that the reward was for Evon's capture, not her location, which they already had), but they assume he was sent by Hero to feed them misinformation. The Cabal turns him over to Legune for "interrogation".
Not What It Looks Like: Evon is late for a dinner (not a) date, spies a woman draped all over Hero and storms off without letting Hero know she'd arrived. The woman turns out to be Headmaster Felvis' sister, who was just teasing Hero.
The Nudifier: Evon attempts to teleport herself and Hero to their next destination, but accidentally teleports only their clothes. The next chapter begins with them arriving at the town by boat, but there's a bonus chapter devoted entirely to them dealing with their nudity.
Evon and Hero separately spot wanted posters of Evon, offering a massive reward for her capture. Evon spots Hero looking at one and since he doesn't mention it, she assumes he's planning on turning her in. Hero didn't mention it because he didn't want to give her something else to worry about.
Evon storms off alone, in a fit of jealousy, when Hero tells her to stay indoors for the night, while he heads off with a female friend. They're actually trying to track down an unknown creature responsible for killing several women,adn whom they suspected (correctly) was hunting Evon. Guess what Evon runs into immediately after storming off?
Rebel Prince: Hero, semi-voluntarily. He left to avoid his land going to war with the families of the nobles he slaughtered (See Roaring Rampage of Revenge). That... and avoiding his Arraigned Marriage to Lady Cleo.
Treacherous Spirit Chase: One of the creatures sent after Evon is a Blank (a life force-stealing demonic creature) in the shape of Evon's father, Serris.
Upgrade Artifact: Spellbooks are like this to spellcasters, giving magic users not only access to more and better spells, but better understanding of them, increasing their overall power. This is part of the reason Evon wanted her father's spellbook back so badly.