These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Acceptable Professional Targets: Among the feats ascribed to The Good Man by the people of Saltlace are healing the sick, raising the dead, speaking to wild beasts, and converting politicians...
Digger: Okay, now I know this is a myth! Murai: There may have been some creative embellishments. It's been a thousand years.
Fridge Brilliance: On the way back from the monastery, Digger, Murai, and Grim Eyes are hurrying, knowing that they are weeks away but feeling as if there is a savage urgency to their return. Only when they arrive, it is only an hour before disaster — there was.
Hell Is That Noise: Digger uses distinctive fonts for characters, resulting in a certain race speaking in strange, scary fonts. The creepy skin lizards are actually quite nice, but the protagonists donít know that initially.
Nightmare Fuel: He-Is was manipulated by a demon into nearly killing his mate and killing their child in the process. Then he was exiled, and broke free of the manipulations long enough to request a Mercy Kill, but it wasn't enough, because the demon kept him alive against his will. Poor guy...
Particularly, hisheart. In-story, Digger is about the only person who isn't intensely disturbed by it.
"Dammit, Murai, It doesn't matter! If I have to stay in this god-riddled land of lunatics until I drop dead of—of—sheer frustration, then that's just life! I'll get over it! Not everybody gets to go home!"
Ugly Cute: Ed, the trolls, the skin lizard things, and the Shadowchild. Maybe the vampire squash as well.
Viewer Gender Confusion: Digger is drawn as a minimally anthropomorphized wombat: she wears a vest, uses tools, and stands on two legs, but she's still a short, burly, fur-covered mammal without prominent secondary sex characteristics. There are some subtle gender cues in her design, but it's easy to miss them.
With the hyenas it's deliberate: Digger has to check the sex of who she's taking to sometimes because, well, that's what spotted hyenas are really like.
When the ghost-wombat Descending Helix appeared, many readers found it difficult to determine his gender as well, for all the same reasons as Digger. It took the in-character use of personal pronouns to settle the issue.
At the beginning of the comic, Digger was drawn more visibly female, but as the art has progressed she has become less anthropomorphic. Which makes sense, considering Digger (and all wombats) is a marsupial, and would have no use or explanation for external breasts to begin with.