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Bianca: Little Lost Lamb is an anthropomorphic miniseries published by Shockdom. It was originally written in Italian, but a Kickstarter campaign successfully funded an English edition.

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  • And Then What?: Bianca fully understands that she'll have no reason to live after killing the final target of her revenge, so her plan is to kill him and then let his pride kill her, taking down as many Flesh-Eaters as she can before succumbing to death.
  • Cruel Mercy:
    • Wildheit explicitly told Bianca that he was only letting her live so she would grow big and be a better meal in the future. Maybe. His narration of the flashback implies that this was only an excuse; in truth, Wildheit doesn't actually understand why he took pity on the "little lost lamb".
    • Several years later, Bianca would return the favor, letting Albern go so he would return to his pride and tell Wildheit that Bianca was coming for him.
  • Cruel to Be Kind: Wildheit thought he was being this, sparing the young Bianca's life and telling her what he thought- at the time- was the truth of the world. What he actually did was condemn a child to a life of nothing but fear and rage.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Bianca's dedication to her revenge is considered insane even (especially) by plant-eaters, but she is by no means undiscriminating. Her goal is only to kill the people involved in her flock's massacre, and those who serve them. She has no interest in killing all Flesh-eaters, or teaching others to carry on her vendetta.
  • Hidden Elf Village: Temperance, a herbivore settlement whose leader offers Bianca the chance to settle down and live a peaceful life. It was established in the ruins of a human ("Forgotten") city, because Flesh-eaters fear going to such places.
  • Nothing Personal: It genuinely isn't. Both prey and Flesh-Eaters are just doing what they have to do to survive, as Bianca and Wildheit realize in the finale. After so many years of carrying around anger and repressed guilt, Bianca finds this fact surprisingly healing.


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