Chapter 17, Page 14 is up! Enjoy!
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Update: Steph got married this month! Hurray for Steph! She’s currently off on her honeymoon and not coloring pages. I can’t blame her! She deserves some sweetheart time. So we’re going to take a break till the end of the month. We’ll see everyone on June 4!
Chapter 17 Page 13 is up. Enjoy!
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Those little boats are called bateau and they were crucial to river/lake transport in North America in the 1700s. They could each hold one cannon. It was so much faster to move cannons this way than down the narrow, hilly, and poorly maintained roads of the frontier.
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The next day and the hammer is about to fall. The morning bugle calls, and the armies stir into action. To see a preview of the next page, please vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics!
The Saronnan army sings the dwarven work song from Snow White. There’s a lot of digging and hauling when you’re creating defensive earthworks. Why all the digging? Why leave the fort? Because while the fort commands the water, it’s vulnerable to a land attack because of the heights that Marguerite is entrenching.