Lies and Consequences, Page 21


Foxes are considered good spirits, but a bad sign.

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Chapter 9 Page 21

September 30th, 2014

Blaise makes a run for Snow’s eyes before Chugan notices them on Chapter 9 Page 21. He might have the eyes for now, but can he hold onto them? To see Chugan from when fully manifested in the mortal world, please vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.

Also, please check out Sword of the Bright Lady. It’s written by Snow-by-Night-fan M.C. Planck and a good read.


Chapter 9 Page 20

September 28th, 2014

Foolish Blaise is foolish on Chapter 9 Page 20. Now, he’s all alone in the dark with a manitou tormenting him. CAW CAW CAW CAW CAW CAW! To see what Blaise does next, please vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.


Almanac – Fox

September 25th, 2014

We’ve been seeing a lot of Paws-Tread-Lightly in this chapter so I wanted to take some time to talk about foxes in the Almanac. There’s the usual stuff about what foxes are, but I also added in some notes about what the natives believe foxes represent as animal spirits. Paws-Tread-Lightly is a manitou and conforms to those beliefs. For example, Blaise had to ask for help and he offered Paws a gift. He didn’t realize that is what he was doing. But that’s Blaise standard mode of operation.

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Chapter 9 Page 19

September 23rd, 2014

Chugan loves to torment, and Blaise is his target on Chapter 9 Page 19. If Chugan appears in the smoke and fire, Blaise can take care of that right quick. To see a peek at what happens next, please vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.


Chapter 9 Page 18

September 21st, 2014

Blaise has another visitor on Chapter 9, Page 18 — a more malign and menacing visitor. HAHAHAHAHA. Or should I say, CAWCAWCAWCAW. To see a preview of Wednesday’s page, please vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.

I’m starting to plan out a Kickstarter campaign for the publication of Volume 2 (Chapters 5 through 8). Any recommendations for what you would like to see as rewards?


Almanac – Biscuits and Pemmican

September 18th, 2014

This week’s Almanac entry is all about food. Well, pemmican is a food. The biscuits of the 18th century are a food-like object. They are not to be confused with the biscuits of the American South. Those are savory quick breads and have more in common with the scones of the British Islands.

On a different note, I’m planning on doing a Kickstarter for printing Volume 2 later this fall. What sort of rewards would you all be interested in seeing? I’m open to suggestions.

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