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On the one hand, I am happy Fezay is alive.

On the other hand, despite it being an established and effective storytelling trope, I always feel like this sort of thing is weak tea. Putting characters in danger is great; Alric has been running nearly non-stop from the get-go and it’s both awesome and hilarious.

But I dislike the fake death, even if it’s undone like two pages later. Maybe it flows better if you’re reading it without a week between pages, tho.

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C’mon, this gag is hilarious, and perfectly executed. The speculation amongst the commentariat during the week between pages made it even better.

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Yay, I correctly predicted his survival! This supports my hypothesis that Fezay is too smart to die on his own terms.

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Well, Fezay just conclusively proved himself smarter than the average bear, not to mention Kahal, and also made it very clear why he is the head of the guard in Kahal’s absence.

No doubt should be in charge even when Kahal is around, but it seems Fezay is too smart to be the obvious leader when there’s a meatwall around to do it for him. ;)

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Fezaaay! Rhymes with Yaaay!

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Fezay! I knew you were too cool a character to be killed so abruptly.

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