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Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:52 am
by Swifty
Oooh, I just read page 102 and it looks like Bakbak has a lot of explaining to do to get Surama off him. Finally we'll learn what those other dogs are up to. :P

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Thu Jul 14, 2011 8:12 pm
by equinehuggerr3
I just started reading it, and I love it! :P

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Sat Jul 16, 2011 3:57 am
by Masika
Swifty wrote:Oooh, I just read page 102 and it looks like Bakbak has a lot of explaining to do to get Surama off him. Finally we'll learn what those other dogs are up to. :P
Indeed - Surama brings up some interesting points, and it's clear that Surama very curious about it. Should be interesting to see what happens :P

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Sat Jul 16, 2011 5:41 am
by Swifty
SilverHybrid wrote:
Swifty wrote:Oooh, I just read page 102 and it looks like Bakbak has a lot of explaining to do to get Surama off him. Finally we'll learn what those other dogs are up to. :P
Indeed - Surama brings up some interesting points, and it's clear that Surama very curious about it. Should be interesting to see what happens :P
Curious, and perhaps a little distrusting. After all, those dogs are back on the trail of our little Bakbak and if they find both him and the hounds, what then? I'm also starting to wondering if the traveling copper smith the old dog was talking about on page 86 is Bakbak. :? This is all getting very interesting.

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Sat Jul 16, 2011 9:57 am
by Masika
Swifty wrote:Curious, and perhaps a little distrusting. After all, those dogs are back on the trail of our little Bakbak and if they find both him and the hounds, what then? I'm also starting to wondering if the traveling copper smith the old dog was talking about on page 86 is Bakbak. :? This is all getting very interesting.
Hmmm... it would be interesting if the hounds found 'Bakbak' and the others, though, I have a feeling that might happen at some point anyway, since the hounds brought up the discovery of the 'Hellhounds' to Soo.

The more it's talked about, the more interesting it seems xD

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Sun Jul 17, 2011 5:10 pm
by Swifty
I just read page 103 and still no answers. All we know is that Bakbak saw something he shouldn't have seen. But what could he have seen that would make that Mr. Soo want him so bad? :?

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Sun Jul 17, 2011 6:00 pm
by Chemuhk
Swifty wrote:I just read page 103 and still no answers. All we know is that Bakbak saw something he shouldn't have seen. But what could he have seen that would make that Mr. Soo want him so bad? :?
After reading page 103, I have a feeling that we are soon to find out something, as shown by the little cliffhanger Wolfpearl left us with.

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 4:25 am
by Masika
My curiousity has just increased after reading page 103... I could hardly imagine what 'Bakbak' must of seen for the dogs to be chasing him for Mr. Soo. :o I assume that we are in for a surprise.

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:02 am
by Swifty
SilverHybrid wrote:My curiousity has just increased after reading page 103... I could hardly imagine what 'Bakbak' must of seen for the dogs to be chasing him for Mr. Soo. :o I assume that we are in for a surprise.

And what is he going to take out of his bag? Because in the last panel, Bakbak was opening up that pouch like bag on his chest. I wonder what's in there.
:?

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:09 am
by Masika
Swifty wrote:
SilverHybrid wrote:My curiousity has just increased after reading page 103... I could hardly imagine what 'Bakbak' must of seen for the dogs to be chasing him for Mr. Soo. :o I assume that we are in for a surprise.

And what is he going to take out of his bag? Because in the last panel, Bakbak was opening up that pouch like bag on his chest. I wonder what's in there.
:?
Good point there, Swifty ~ I always wondered what was in the bag he is carrying, and why he even has it within the first place... It's all so mysterious.

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Tue Jul 19, 2011 2:15 pm
by Chemuhk
SilverHybrid wrote: Good point there, Swifty ~ I always wondered what was in the bag he is carrying, and why he even has it within the first place... It's all so mysterious.
Hehe, before 103 I thought the chest bag was just a prop to make him cuter.

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Wed Aug 10, 2011 9:30 pm
by Overcast
Hmm, turns out the thing in the bag was... SPOILERS... a lumpy chunk of metal :roll: ! It was worthy of Ancestor's snot anyway. Kind of looks like a rounded arrowhead. Any ideas as to why it's so valuable/what it does?

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 4:30 am
by Swifty
I haven't a clue. My question is why would Bakbak take it in the first place? It must be the metal its make from that makes if valuable.

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 8:30 am
by Overcast
Must be, but it certainly is a wierd shape. Smooth and all.

Re: Wurr (wolf comic)

Posted: Sat Aug 20, 2011 3:41 pm
by DeFender
I just started reading the comic. At first, I thought the guy doesn't know English. For those who couldn't figure it out, f=s, or c, or the sound that snakes make. Yeah, Iacar. (Maybe his supposed name is something he couldn't pronounce) I'm on page 9 now.
I said something with the s sound 11(+8 in this sentence) times. This could be annoying. (add one more)