1810 England, the height of the Napoleonic wars. It was thought that humans walked the path of enlightenment leaving monsters and dark things behind. However, those monsters and night stalkers merely hide in the darkness, as a young maid, Bernadette, soon finds out.
I've been getting back into magic: the gathering these past few months. The past two sets, Innistrad and Dark Ascension revolve around Human, Werewolf and Vampire type creatures. Funny I should return to it when this happens. Even funnier; the first draft of Dark Ascension, I drew Sorin, Lord of Innistrade (a 40$ card). Sorin, Lord of Innistrade is the father of Vampires on that plane and one of his abilities is to generate vampire tokens.
the werewolves are more to my liking....
Sorin is a btch to play against in a good vampire deck. And so is the spawning and changing of your creatures to vampires..they can be very mean..*if you don't get it by now I dislike playing against them* Anyways...I kinda like how it seems like she is going crazy just from being here. I like it. Characters going insane is fun to watch if done right.
I use more of a human deck
Although I'm just starting out, I've purchased my first deck (Green and White) a few months ago, but I'm not very good. Still, I like playing whenever I get a chance.
As for the comic; Wow! We're getting into some serious psychological information about our favorite little maid. I noticed that the moment Bernadette said those little words, the shadow things retreated.
Someone needs to slap her... No one deserves to be damned. Except for hilter and other monsters :p
All she did was make a wish that a place who neglect kids burn down to the ground. Save a vampire who appears as a child. Stood up for herself in front of mean old harlot woman. I don't see what she did that deserves to be damned.
@approvedjunk: At first I was trying to construct a human/vampire deck (black and white is a weird colour combo for me), but it's looking more like my deck is geared more towards human sacrifice (sacrifice humans, gain power). I put together a red/green wolf &werewolf deck just the other day too.
@Nerxual Oh: Back in the day humans were prone to damning themselves and each other for the smallest offence. Salvation came not just through Jesus, but through suffering and there are entire galleries of paintings dedicated to that school of thought.