The Saronnan fleet arrives in Sherbourg. It brings guns and ships and so the story shifts. It also brings a most unwelcome surprise for Vivienne. When you vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics, you can see for yourself what that surprise is.
Such a lovely ship. Julie does great ships. I’d ask her to draw more ships, but I think she’d kill me. They’re very intricate and take a long time to draw properly.
Duty calls for Vivienne but she leaves Jassart with a final plea. We shall see what becomes of it later. For now, we follow Vivienne to the docks. Do you like tall ships of the Age of Sail? Julie drew a great one! Check it out when you vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics!
My other project, Tattered Weave, launched its Open Beta last week. We’re already up to 1,000 registered users! It’s a free-to-play virtual pet site. Check it out!
Jassart is not happy with that mask. Not one bit. He is happy to see Vivienne though! Their relationship continues on the sly. You get to see a tender moment when you vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.
Indigenous Comic Con is coming up! Snow by Night is a proud sponsor of this convention. Come join us in Albuquerque in November. It’s going to be an awesome gathering of native artists and native-centric stories. Lee Francis of Native Realities has put together quite the show!
The alchemist is Claude Amaury, Bertrande’s former apprentice. If you don’t recognize him, I don’t blame you. We last saw him all the way back in Chapter 6 Page 10. He’s not the brilliant alchemist that his master was, but he has the advantage of still being alive.
A certain partnership is still going strong! See who it is when you vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.
Who is that? Where is she? What is she doing? Some of you may recognize her. The answers await inside Chapter 14 Revelations and a Nocturne.
Something else will be playing a staring role this chapter. You can see what that is when you vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.
An interesting wrinkle in English, the contraction “you’re” can stand for “you are” or “you were.” You can’t tell the tense without context. In a title, there aren’t any such context clues. I took advantage of that for this vignette so that the title could be read either way. There are two council fires in this vignette. One happened a century ago at White Oak. The other is happening this night around a campfire along the Mauritz River. One past tense; one present.
My thanks to Mittie Paul for illustrating this vignette! She did fantastic job with this vignette that ventured from serious to silly to poignant. Thank you, Mittie!
Chapter 14, which is titled Revelations and a Nocturne, begins on Wednesday! You can see Julie’s lines for the chapter cover when you vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.