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06:09:32 AM Jul 5th 2013
What should we do about the Complete Monster entry for Murkoph? It's normally an audience reaction trope, but Word of God says that the author was explicitly shooting for that reaction trope in the first place. Does that mean we can list Murkoph as an objective Complete Monster?
04:05:05 AM Jun 20th 2013
I removed this:
  • Anyone Can Die: Don't get too attached to anyone (even a child) who isn't Sette or Duane.

The fact that you need that "...who isn't [the main characters]" rider invalidates the entire premise of Anyone Can Die. If a bunch of people die, but the main characters still have Plot Armor, it's not Anyone Can Die. There haven't actually been a whole lot of deaths so far, and most of them were of minor characters. Pretty much the only major death has been Mikaila, and personally I think the jury is still out on that one. Infant Immortality is definitely averted, yes, but that's all we can say so far.
05:13:57 PM Jan 19th 2013
Should we change the image? The current one is a bit of a problem due to its length (it cuts into the trope list). I'm thinking we could maybe use the official image from the website, or possibly the cover of the first volume? Maybe the stylized "unsounded" title image from the pdf and print version.
05:16:43 PM Sep 22nd 2012
This page Needs a Better Description, badly. The description is incredibly sparse, exacerbated by the long page image that cuts deep into the examples section.

The page originally had a longer, better, and more general description, but it was cut for using value statements. Could we perhaps find a way to refurbish it in a more objective manner, or just plain write a new one now that the story has developed a bit more?
05:11:13 PM Jan 19th 2013
edited by FoolsEditAccount
Okay, I've tried making a new description, based somewhat on the official description on the website. Thoughts? I've archiving the old one here:

[Unsounded is a webcomic by Ashley Cope.

Rude, loud-mouthed Sette Frummagem has been sent by her Da' to get the jukrum, the cut owed to the Boss-King thief, from her cousin who's "gotten too fancy for his pants." Accompanying her is Duane Adelier, a markedly eloquent Galit who was, uh, persuaded to protect Sette from the dangers of the realm. Cue problems.]
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