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WE’RE BACK!

What a month it was!  Laura and I both set personal bests for words written and words written in a single day.  Our region had a banner year for winners, and a grand time at all the events put on by our awesome team.  And we’re FULL of ideas for the new year!  Thanks to those of you who sent us good wishes, and congrats to all the winners among you!  And if you have no idea what I’m talking about, nanowrimo.org is the place to start.  😉

8 responses to “Coroner VIII”

  1. Anistuffs says:

    I always wonder how far can a healer heal in these superhero mythos. Claire in Heroes was the one who examined herself the farthest.

    But Val’s (I really like that she has no secret identity) healing is considerably slower than Claire.

  2. BrogueTheRogue says:

    I think it’s fantastic how the creators of this comic incorporate their fanbase. Bravo.

  3. Dreadogastus says:

    Pardon me but part of the Coroner’s speech confused me.
    “… injuries that would considered lethal or LIGHTHEARTEDNESS in an average…”
    Lightheartedness makes no sense to me. What did you mean to say?

  4. Storel says:

    I was wondering about “lightheartedness” too. Makes me think of some sort of auto-correct error, but I can’t think of anything even close to “lightheartedness” when you’re talking about injuries.

  5. Greywolf1963 says:

    Perhaps the word lightheadedness?

  6. Storel says:

    “…even when faced with injuries that would be lethal or lightheadedness in an average person”??

    No, that doesn’t work either. What about life-threatening? I could maybe see that getting autocorrected to lightheartedness.

  7. Shen says:

    Thank you. Life-threatening makes sense, and I was wondering what that was supposed to be…

  8. Hinoron says:

    “Lightheadedness” due to blood loss WOULD inhibit a person from running away. That might have been the intent.

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