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#102 - EpicAmiss (10/08/2012) [-]
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User avatar #97 - MrMustacho (10/08/2012) [-]
when she likes you you're prince charming
when she doesn't, apparently you're a stalker
User avatar #94 - rjtool (10/08/2012) [-]
IT's not the destination, but the journey.
User avatar #91 - bithcwits (10/08/2012) [-]
Looks a touch like Prince of Persian in the last shot.... or is that the point?
#90 - tchpookie (10/08/2012) [-]
idk, i have a thing for older women.

and being a king might not be bad.
#85 - toxxxaurus (10/08/2012) [-]
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User avatar #65 - nathanthefatman (10/08/2012) [-]
I never got this. May someone please help?
User avatar #66 to #65 - xxvampireofmiseryx (10/08/2012) [-]
he got there saw what she did sucked the guys money dry, became ugly and nothing of her previous self, he went through that harsh journey and saw he became better than that and left her dumb founded and became his own man
User avatar #113 to #66 - nathanthefatman (10/09/2012) [-]
Thanks bro.
User avatar #117 to #113 - xxvampireofmiseryx (10/09/2012) [-]
no problem
#73 to #63 - Nignigs (10/08/2012) [-]
I don't give a **** if it's a repost, it's probably the coolest short story comic I've ever seen and I'd be glad to see it again.
#62 - anonymous (10/08/2012) [-]
If it was a Girl searching for a Man

FJ would probably thumb this down
#52 - fitchy (10/08/2012) [-]
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#48 - BigSammy (10/08/2012) [-]
This comic inspires me every time.
This comic inspires me every time.
#46 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
Getting mad at the girl is stupid. She said "Go get me a flower", not "If I'm not back when you return assume I've been kidnapped and am being held against my will."

He seems shallow and infatuated. If he really loved her, shouldn't he know her a little better instead of being completely surprised at her mean personality? Shouldn't you get to know someone before you have such an emotional commitment to them? He seems like the kind of person who dates only for looks.
#93 to #46 - Yardie (10/08/2012) [-]
She's a materialistic bitch obviously. It doesn't matter if he's the kind of person who only dates for looks or not since that was never even implied in the story. He's proven that he is a hero with a will of diamond, which shows he has a good character, while all we've seen from the woman personality-wise is negative.

You obviously have no idea about the literary element of chivalry or the Romantic Hero in literature and have no right to call people stupid for having an opinion, seeing as you lack the necessary knowledge. Good day sir.
#95 to #93 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
This form of chivalry, the "romantic hero" if you will, he is defined as a character with inordinate amounts of devotion to an individual. This definition could identify stalking a person as romantic dedication.
#107 to #95 - Yardie (10/08/2012) [-]
The "Romantic Hero" is a protagonist (generally speaking) that is rejected in some form, usually by society, in this case a single woman. This protagonist takes his personal interest in the woman to a heroic extent, and then acts upon it. He displays an indomitable will and eventually it leads up to the woman realizing that he is manly as **** , but he decides to go against her in the end. "Romantic" doesn't describe the relationship of the man to the woman, it describes the protagonist's "Enlightenment."

I think you're totally missing the point of the story and why the woman could be considered an antagonist.

Man meets woman, man wants woman, woman rejects man, man overcomes great odds to impress woman, man comes to realization and becomes a better person for it.
#114 to #107 - stripeygreenhat (10/09/2012) [-]
Bu women aren't just compliant sheep that follow whoever is the most courageous. They're not the mindless shallow Disney princesses, prizes for whoever kills the most dragons or overcomes a great ordeal. There's a reason that character is called "Romantic Hero", because he's a character in a fictional story. He's too disingenuous to exist in real life- he (and the story) are the hallow , whimsical shells of reality and real people.

Women are most complicated than what you seem to think. They have valid opinions and thoughts. and their individual methodologies for gauging love interest extends beyond just "how impressive is he?".
User avatar #118 to #114 - Yardie (10/09/2012) [-]
Your original argument was that it was stupid to get mad at the girl. Her personality was flawed and warranted hatred as the artist intended.

You're now changing your argument and comparing it to real life. It's called a story for a reason.

Also it's starting to sound to me like you can't enjoy anything that isn't feminist literature.

And as far as gauging partners go: most people (men and women included) look at first impressions like looks and confidence to judge if they're a worthy partner or not. It's only natural. Just because we have the ability of cognitive thinking doesn't mean we're not run partially by hormones and natural desires.
#123 to #118 - stripeygreenhat (10/10/2012) [-]
Alright. In a disturbingly shallow, fictional universe where obsessive love disorder is romantic and women are idiots who base their love interest solely on whoever rescues them from a perilous situation, her personality was unusual and flawed.

However, if you took that same situation and applied it in the real, logical world, hatred of her is unjustified.

I do not read "feminist literature". I am not a feminist. If anything, I'm an egalitarian. I never said women were superior to men. All I said was that women have "opinions and thoughts" and have the ability to comprehend more than just one simple standard. That's not terribly extreme view point, is it?

I completely agree that last observation of yours. Everyone has their own individual methodologies that are usually a combination of physical desire and intellectual/personality traits. My point is that these types of comics, and Disney princess fairy tales, don't capture that.
#80 to #46 - karesokin (10/08/2012) [-]
ever heard of the expression "Love is blind"? It means that maybe he didnt SEE it because he was so madly in LOVE
ever heard of the expression "Love is blind"? It means that maybe he didnt SEE it because he was so madly in LOVE
#81 to #80 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
Then that's not love, that's just disturbing infatuation.
#110 to #81 - Roxorz (10/09/2012) [-]
You don't know what love is then.
#112 to #110 - stripeygreenhat (10/09/2012) [-]
Do elaborate then. I was under the impression love is something cultivated out of a rewarding, established relationship in which each individual shares deep feelings for one another as a result of their personalities and attraction.
#116 to #112 - Roxorz (10/09/2012) [-]
You don't describe love. Love is a subjective word, as is the word "Normal".

Anything done because of love is attributed with either immense passion or desire. It doesn't necessarily mean that love means attraction or infatuation, it is just something that you can't really describe, but can only express.

tl;dr love is subjective
#119 to #116 - stripeygreenhat (10/09/2012) [-]
You told me I "don't know what love is" and proceeded to state that there can't be one definition. You also said that my opinion on something that is objective is wrong. You see the problem with this, right?
#121 to #119 - Roxorz (10/10/2012) [-]
Because there is no problem,
Love is attributed with passion and desire, if you can't relate with someone who has this passion or desire, then you probably don't know what it feels like either.
#122 to #121 - stripeygreenhat (10/10/2012) [-]
There is a difference between infatuation and love. You're being unclear as to what you're referring to. The guy in the comic is infatuated.
#82 to #81 - karesokin (10/08/2012) [-]
maybe, but you are just a big ol pessimist, and if all you're going to say is "Love at first sight and soulmates and all the stuff doesn't exist" Then just shut up and keep it to yourself little self
maybe, but you are just a big ol pessimist, and if all you're going to say is "Love at first sight and soulmates and all the stuff doesn't exist" Then just shut up and keep it to yourself little self
#96 to #82 - lostwoodskid (10/08/2012) [-]
You are not only retarded but most likely a 15 year old girl.
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#104 to #96 - karesokin (10/08/2012) [-]
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#105 to #104 - lostwoodskid (10/08/2012) [-]
I wasn't aware of any flame war, i read your comment and thought "wow that was the gayest thing i have heard today.' and i just wanted to let you know.
But please inform me of the situation.
#108 to #105 - karesokin (10/08/2012) [-]
well played sir, well played... acceptance
#84 to #82 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
I definitely believe in love. But I think you have to appreciate a person's personality, not just their looks, for that to exist.

The "love is blind" idea could easily justify a creepy stalker. A guy who follows one chick around all the time, staring and watching her from behind trees and buildings and then hangs outside her house later because "he's so madly in love".
#68 to #46 - sircool (10/08/2012) [-]
love at first sight. he wanted to impress her with a flower, but she said she wanted a rarer one. so he goes and actually gets it, but coming back he sees a 						****					 ton of guys with horses where she was and they run off. Naturally thinking that she was interested in him since he was and, like any star struck person in love in that situation/time period would do, he thought they were kidnappers. so he goes off an a grand adventure of danger and peril to rescue her. But when he finally gets to her, she tells him that she purposely ran off with the royal person because he had fancy trinkets. Then suddenly she wants him again cause now he's 						*******					 ripped. (I mean, he did just fight through 10 or so guards single handed. that's tough on a realistic point of view) but him shocked in her to only now be interested he choose she's not worth it.   
   
Moral of the story: if she didn't want him when he was a simple, normal guy, why the 						****					 would he want to be with her now because he's a tough hero.   
   
TL:DR version: Bitchs ain't nothing but hoes that need to pick   
   
but what do I know, i'm only looking at the story from the main characters point of view. or at least attempting to.
love at first sight. he wanted to impress her with a flower, but she said she wanted a rarer one. so he goes and actually gets it, but coming back he sees a **** ton of guys with horses where she was and they run off. Naturally thinking that she was interested in him since he was and, like any star struck person in love in that situation/time period would do, he thought they were kidnappers. so he goes off an a grand adventure of danger and peril to rescue her. But when he finally gets to her, she tells him that she purposely ran off with the royal person because he had fancy trinkets. Then suddenly she wants him again cause now he's ******* ripped. (I mean, he did just fight through 10 or so guards single handed. that's tough on a realistic point of view) but him shocked in her to only now be interested he choose she's not worth it.

Moral of the story: if she didn't want him when he was a simple, normal guy, why the **** would he want to be with her now because he's a tough hero.

TL:DR version: Bitchs ain't nothing but hoes that need to pick

but what do I know, i'm only looking at the story from the main characters point of view. or at least attempting to.
#77 to #68 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]

There is no such thing as love at first sight. Love at first sight is just that-sight. Looks. Loving someone based on looks is shallow. At the very least, he's naive. In my opinion, you can't love someone until you appreciate their personality.

My point is that the main character seems deluded. Maybe we're assuming that she's a bitch. Imagine if you learned that a girl you weren't interested, and who hardly knew you, drew pictures and sculptures of you all day long for years. There comes a point where that devotion is no longer cute, just creepy.
#87 to #77 - sircool (10/08/2012) [-]
well that's a bleak outlook. if you're not interested in the first place, why want to get to know the person better? Also, is it not being positive to anticipate people being nice all the time? he's not naive, just a positive guy looking for love, the natural, pure wanting all average human beings have.   
   
And she sort've is a bitch. I mean, the guy offers a flower, but tells her that she wants a fancier flower, so he tells her to wait there while he gets it. that's showing he'd do anything for her. but she doesn't even have the decency to wait for his return and runs off with some guy with jewelry BECAUSE he has jewelry. now THATS shallow. there was no love for the guy from the girl there, mentally, emotionally, or even physically. She only loved the bling. Nothing else. And then only liked the normal dude cause he became a hero.   
   
And if some chick did that, i'd at least give her a shot of romance with me. I don't know if I would return the feeling without trying. As long she doesn't freaking eat remains of my hair or something. Pictures and sculptures for years just means I was on her mind. You never truthfully learn to unlove some one.   
   
Finally, he's not deluded. he's a normal man. A real man doesn't fight for something unless there's a reason. The love of the thrill of a good fight. To challenge his skills. For something like land or money. Or for a loved one. He kept pushing himself further because of that reason, becoming smarter, faster, stronger for it, while thinking she would've done the same for him if he was kidnapped.
well that's a bleak outlook. if you're not interested in the first place, why want to get to know the person better? Also, is it not being positive to anticipate people being nice all the time? he's not naive, just a positive guy looking for love, the natural, pure wanting all average human beings have.

And she sort've is a bitch. I mean, the guy offers a flower, but tells her that she wants a fancier flower, so he tells her to wait there while he gets it. that's showing he'd do anything for her. but she doesn't even have the decency to wait for his return and runs off with some guy with jewelry BECAUSE he has jewelry. now THATS shallow. there was no love for the guy from the girl there, mentally, emotionally, or even physically. She only loved the bling. Nothing else. And then only liked the normal dude cause he became a hero.

And if some chick did that, i'd at least give her a shot of romance with me. I don't know if I would return the feeling without trying. As long she doesn't freaking eat remains of my hair or something. Pictures and sculptures for years just means I was on her mind. You never truthfully learn to unlove some one.

Finally, he's not deluded. he's a normal man. A real man doesn't fight for something unless there's a reason. The love of the thrill of a good fight. To challenge his skills. For something like land or money. Or for a loved one. He kept pushing himself further because of that reason, becoming smarter, faster, stronger for it, while thinking she would've done the same for him if he was kidnapped.
#92 to #87 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
Well of course there's interest in a person. I just don't think love is instantaneous. I think love is something that has to be cultivated by getting to know a person. I think love only exists if you actually know that person . He never really met her. His feelings are unjustified. If he didn't know her well enough to know that she was a bitch, then he shouldn't have put so much dedication there, or "wanting to give his world for her".

My final point is that I think the message conveyed through the comic is wrong, or at least interpreted terribly- that inordinate devotion to an individual constitutes love. By this definition the actions of a creepy stalker who follows a girl around, would be considered romantic dedication.
#98 to #92 - sircool (10/08/2012) [-]
fine. How about this. He goes on an adventure to save a girl he thought he put in danger by telling her to wait. Fueled by emotions of love and a need of redemption for his action, he tries to save her from her handlers.

What you're trying to say is that humanity should be reserved until enough is known for emotion. What i'm saying is that you should not be afraid to show too much emotion. If one person shows emotion, sometimes it awakes another's within them. like the person who feels nothing about one person in till they hear that they do about them.

What you're saying is usually what people who had their hearts broken say. That they're scared to put their hearts into another person's hands, in fear it'll be crushed all over again. But if you don't even allow the first person to hold it, you'll never know. "Tis better to have loved and lost, than to have never have loved at all"
#103 to #98 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
Your first paragraph makes a much better interpretation of the story. I agree that "liking" people is good, and pursuing relationships is excellent, even if you fail. I certainly think there is place for "crushing" on someone.

But there is point where a certain amount of emotion is inappropriate. Would this be a statement you agree with?
#106 to #103 - sircool (10/08/2012) [-]
huehuehuehue nope.

if your emotion is true, either innocent with wanting to know some one and giving it a chance or old with forging a bond, like you've said, over time a true man with honor would go to any lengths, and distance, solve any challenge to get that one shot.

Unless you're that person or had the same feeling, you'd never be able to understand them fully. You can't be afraid of anything if there's a chance of happiness. You shouldn't lay on the floor because this person is too far, or to hard to impress. You keep trying and moving and fighting till you get it. Even if your body fails you, you keep pressing on, running on fumes and adrenaline. You. Just. Keep. Going.

That is the only true way to gain happiness. You don't follow the person around hoping they'd return the favor, you think of new ways to get their attention or assist them while not over doing it.
#111 to #106 - stripeygreenhat (10/09/2012) [-]
See, there it is. Right there, the root of the problem. Women are not mindless sheep. They are not trophies, prizes to won and awarded after a "hero" engages in arduous activity to "win" her. Slaying dragons, flexing your muscles will only change the opinion of shallow women. Most women aren't the compliant idiots portrayed in early Disney princess movies. They have valid thoughts and opinions when choosing spouses that extend far beyond "Do they impress me enough?".


Here, please read a part of the article titled "We Were Told That Society Owed Us a Hot Girl". This basically outlines my point in a much more eloquent way than I could write. I don't agree with the entire article, just this basic point.

www.cracked.com/article_19785_5-ways-modern-men-are-trained-to-hate-women.html#ixzz28l9D8J00 www.cracked.com/article_19785_5-ways-modern-men-are-trained-to-hate-women.html

Imagine a situation. Angie is standing around, talking to her friends, when a guy she's never met before suddenly sprints up to her, grabs her hands and says "Angie I love you, I'll always love you. I think your beautiful and I want to be with you forever."

Is Angie a bitch if she's not immediately enchanted by this figure, and allowing him to sweep her off her feet and prance off with her? It is wrong for Angie to instead feel really uncomfortable?

Look, being attracted to someone is nice and all, but I don't think that should be confused with serious love. When you place "attracted to" under that definition, you take away the value of real, significant relationships established by people.
#115 to #111 - sircool (10/09/2012) [-]
that's goddamn nice and all, but where in the hell did I say a women doesn't have the free right to say "No" to any of it? Or that a women could fight on and do all this 						****					, instead of the man?   
   
I'm saying this is how a man should be. Not some 						*****					 bitch who accepts a bitch when she's finally into him after he completely changed, and became better without her. If you want something, you fight, sweat, and bleed till you get it. That makes actually getting it all the sweeter.   
   
And you're missing what i'm using the term "man" for. I'm not using it as mainly to refer to "male" but some one with honor, dedication, and will power. A women can be this definition of "Man" to me, and hell i'd marry the first chick I see with this attitude. I only say "man" for lack of better words and that all males should look at the world this way. Ambitions burning everywhere, no limits to amount of work or dedication.   
   
Angie would be a bitch if she randomly flipped the 						****					 out, calling him a freak or loser or weirdo or calling the cops on him. she'd be stupid if she just went along with it.   
   
What you're missing is a positive attitude. You need to pierce the walls known as limits and logic with the drill of will power and dedication to earn what you want.   
   
And what i'm saying is that attraction can turn into love, and if that is even the smallest possibility, you should pursue it. The harder it is, but with a chance still, will make it all the sweeter when it works.
that's goddamn nice and all, but where in the hell did I say a women doesn't have the free right to say "No" to any of it? Or that a women could fight on and do all this **** , instead of the man?

I'm saying this is how a man should be. Not some ***** bitch who accepts a bitch when she's finally into him after he completely changed, and became better without her. If you want something, you fight, sweat, and bleed till you get it. That makes actually getting it all the sweeter.

And you're missing what i'm using the term "man" for. I'm not using it as mainly to refer to "male" but some one with honor, dedication, and will power. A women can be this definition of "Man" to me, and hell i'd marry the first chick I see with this attitude. I only say "man" for lack of better words and that all males should look at the world this way. Ambitions burning everywhere, no limits to amount of work or dedication.

Angie would be a bitch if she randomly flipped the **** out, calling him a freak or loser or weirdo or calling the cops on him. she'd be stupid if she just went along with it.

What you're missing is a positive attitude. You need to pierce the walls known as limits and logic with the drill of will power and dedication to earn what you want.

And what i'm saying is that attraction can turn into love, and if that is even the smallest possibility, you should pursue it. The harder it is, but with a chance still, will make it all the sweeter when it works.
#120 to #115 - stripeygreenhat (10/09/2012) [-]
You neglected what you think the appropriate response would be for Angie.

This is where you went wrong: "You shouldn't lay on the floor because this person is too far, or to hard to impress. You keep trying and moving and fighting till you get it."

The implication is that one should keep trying DESPITE her saying "no". You said the word "fighting". What exactly are you fighting? Her initial opinion of you, right? You're fighting her opinion of you. You're continuing to try after she says "no" many times. That's just harassment. It just sounds like you're asking her out over and over again until she gets tires and finally agrees. I think that's wrong. I think her opinion needs to be respected.

This doesn't just apply to males of course. Respecting someone's decision to not be with you is important with any gender.

I don't have a negative attitude. I'm just a realist and I have a greater tendency to look at the female's (or male's) point of view.

Look, the whole "dedication and working at it no matter what" thing are all attitudes that could justify stalking. There are five types of stalkers, and one of the classifications is "rejected stalker". More info if you want it:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stalking

I'm not saying that all people who pursue a relationship after rejection are stalkers, but what you've described is definitely a motivation for one. My point is that there needs to be lines drawn to distinguish creepiness from romantic actions.

Look, say I asked a person out because I thought they were attractive and interesting. At this point, I don't love said person. I'm just attracted to them. I could live without them. They say yes. I get to know said person and spend more time with them. We really enjoy each other's company. I realize we benefit each other very much. They add such quality to my life that I would be devastated if they left me. At that point, I would say I'm in love. That would be my distinguishing between attraction and love.
#89 to #87 - karesokin (10/08/2012) [-]
You sir, are a real man!
You sir, are a real man!
#100 to #89 - sircool (10/08/2012) [-]
No I'm not. I'm only a beta-fag who wants to be an alpha douche but with beta morals.
#101 to #100 - karesokin (10/08/2012) [-]
Well you are anyways!
Well you are anyways!
#83 to #77 - karesokin (10/08/2012) [-]
If she does do that then 1. she thinks of you as a great person, and 2. that's actually flattering. Therefore either way, even if she's ugly as hell or a sexbomb, its flattering because she finds you pretty enough to actually immortalize you.
#86 to #83 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
But she doesn't appreciate you for who you are. You're just an object to her. She doesn't know who you are as a person.
User avatar #88 to #86 - karesokin (10/08/2012) [-]
If she likes you enough to draw you, then shes gonna want to get to know you better
#99 to #88 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
But wouldn't you rather she know who you are as a person before loving you? If she can love you without knowing your personality, of what value is your personality to her?
#50 to #46 - Milos (10/08/2012) [-]
Impressive analysis considering this is just a comic. Also he went across the world to find her, I'd say that's romantic, not shallow.
Have you ever been in love?
#56 to #50 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
She never asked for him to sacrifice like that. Vastly misplaced devotion is creepy. Imagine if you found out a girl spent 10 hours a day everyday drawing and sculpting beautiful, elaborate artworks of you. That much dedication is disturbing.
#70 to #56 - skaife (10/08/2012) [-]
If I didn't tell her that she shouldn't do that because I wasn't interested and I let it happen, she would assume I was ok with it while in reality I was using her as a twisted way of boosting my self esteem, I would say I would be to blame.

And pic related. YOU DO THE MATH GEORGE LUCAS.
#75 to #70 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
But what if you didn't find out until she had already been doing that for a year? Wouldn't you be kind of creeped out? The girl had no idea he would try and follow her across the world. She had not opportunity to stop him.

#67 to #56 - BerryLicious (10/08/2012) [-]
I know how you feel bro.
Story time!
Some mad dude decided he fancied me and wrote songs and drew pictures of me, which he showed me every chance he got. What's worse is that he didn't understand that I wasn't interested, no matter how I told him, nor how many times. Eventually it got to the point where he was following me EVERYWHERE and I had to unfortunately punch him.
He still didn't get the message, and I got in **** for it.
Life's gay.
#78 to #67 - skaife (10/08/2012) [-]
Damn, I guess that's one way to send a message
#45 - stonks (10/08/2012) [-]
I'm not sure I fully understand it. The chick from the beginning is actually the queen of the organization or something? Somebody explain it to me QQ
I'm not sure I fully understand it. The chick from the beginning is actually the queen of the organization or something? Somebody explain it to me QQ
User avatar #59 to #45 - churrundo (10/08/2012) [-]
he thought she had been kidnapped, when in the end she was just seduced and outflattered
User avatar #60 to #59 - churrundo (10/08/2012) [-]
below this comments lies a truer statement
User avatar #55 to #45 - dtox (10/08/2012) [-]
Just looking at it from here, I think the man who happened upon her was rich and influential, and "charmed" her to come with him.

In the last few panels, you see her as like a "queen" and the guy who "charmed" her is behind looking miserable. I think that reveals that she's manipulated him and his wealth into pretty much owning everything he had, and he is now her puppet/slave/whatever the hell he is to be in such a subjugated position.
User avatar #64 to #55 - stonks (10/08/2012) [-]
So then the dude who was chasing here was just like "nope" and jumped out the window? Then why did the chick age but he didn't? Also, she clearly looked like she was getting kidnapped...
#76 to #64 - anonymous (10/08/2012) [-]
The panel I think you're talking about where she looks like she's being kidnapped isn't whats actually happening, its what the hero thinks is happening. You can tell because the border for that image is all bubbly and coming from the dude's head. All that really happened is the hero saw a bunch of people on horses riding away.
User avatar #71 to #64 - dtox (10/08/2012) [-]
And they both aged, just she did less gracefully due to her decadence/indulgence.
User avatar #69 to #64 - dtox (10/08/2012) [-]
The images of her getting "kidnapped" was of the hero imagining what had happened, he never thought that she went with them willingly.
User avatar #72 to #69 - stonks (10/08/2012) [-]
Oh damn you're right. What about the like last 4 frames? She trying to convince him to stay or something?
User avatar #74 to #72 - dtox (10/08/2012) [-]
She probably wanted him to stay because he'd become a hot ass hunk of meat lol.

Also, there was probably a "you came for me, and here I am" thing going on, thinking that he still wanted her.
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User avatar #47 to #39 - thepastryistrue (10/08/2012) [-]
He's very hereic here.
User avatar #51 to #47 - thepastryistrue (10/08/2012) [-]
Or "his", I'm not really sure...
User avatar #37 - commanderbunbun (10/08/2012) [-]
how do you pronounce that?
User avatar #34 - ridenour (10/08/2012) [-]
This should be a movie
#33 - Afterlife (10/08/2012) [-]
this is basically every RPG every made.   
   
ever.   
   
i'm not complaining.
this is basically every RPG every made.

ever.

i'm not complaining.
User avatar #35 to #33 - fitemeirl (10/08/2012) [-]
yeah this sure reminds me a lot of skyrim and Deus Ex.

remember that part when bandits enslaved you in fallout?
or when a tribe of hunters turns into Eskimos whilst guiding you towards your goal in final fantasy?
#36 to #35 - Afterlife (10/08/2012) [-]
chill bro. i play RPG's more than anything. i was just poking fun. so get your butthurt pants off and go play your Maple Story.
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