ID: 9d2d1 No.15571
How disappointing, the big bad Clovis buildup amounts to him turning people into farm animals and not turning them back.
I guess if he has a wizard battle with Trace he may turn him into a duck or something - woo, how *intimidating*.
ID: 70fca No.15572
Clovis didn't polymorph the henchmen. Nora's enchantment on the manor did that.
Roan; that's fire in the last panel.
ID: 9d2d1 No.15573
Still lame, it's barely even noticiable.
ID: 1570d No.15583
Legit question, has anyone ever been transformed into something in this comic without also being sex-swapped?
ID: 70fca No.15584
There's not a lot of TF stuff within the comic proper; Clovis is easily the biggest example, and his transformation doesn't even happen within the main comic, but in The Dragon Masquerade.
On the other hand, there's tons of TF stuff in the weekly sketches, some genderbent, some not.
ID: 9d2d1 No.15585
Are you kidding me? Raine's whole gimmick is randomly turning into a wolf and back into a human and all things inbetween. Same with that black dragon. The comic is full to the brim with TF stuff and Paw-stuff. Tom is not very good at hiding his fetishes within the comic and panders to his base with them alot.
ID: 1570d No.15587
>>15584>Raine's entire gimmick>Clovis' transformation>Mike for quite some time was transformed into a female>Numerous side things where Keith grows tits>Mention in Clovis' intro comic of Nora changing a man into a mare in estrus and, if memory serves correctly, letting horny stallions go after him before letting him be changed back>Countless TF/TG bonus sketches>Roan being turned into a hen and back>Sam being turned into a cow, an explicitly female animal, and KEPT THAT WAY, with Clovis outright saying s/he's now contributing to the dairy stock, which will very likely require impregnation to continue–
Yeah, it's pretty constant AND blatantly a fetish thing. It's about as subtle as Chalo and Godai's kinks. Some of it being in side material doesn't make it any less present either, especially when it's a canon part of the story.
ID: 9d2d1 No.15588
Unfortunately, because I feel it impedes the story. It's like an unnecessary insertion so common it really takes away from the immersion.
That's probably TwoKind's biggest issue, it inserts too many random jokes or lewd moments for no reason so much it almost gives you whiplash.
Another weird issue is the story has lots of really dark implied story-elements, but they aren't really followed through. If it committed to what it tries to establish, it could actually be pretty good.
ID: c70ca No.15675
He’s about to kill him isn’t he?
ID: 1570d No.15764
I think as of this, I no longer care what happens to Clovis, outside of seeing how much she/whatever ends up inevitably regretting this later.
ID: 56ba2 No.15836
ooh, that had to hurt. Nice one, Nibbly