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.
It seems that last week, Bernadette's dialogue may have caused some confusion. She asked "Where are you going?" with proper tone and emphasis, this would mean "Where are YOU going?" as in why aren't you staying here? Now since tone and emphasis don't translate to text too well (italics, underline and bold don't always help), I thought perhaps I should change it to "Why are you going?"
This a nice, helpful question. Stresses are really hard to get across and are so important to the conversation. I've seen in print comics the editor actually underlined the word and used all caps. It was also in a font that was visually case sensitive. So if you don't think underlining is too heavy handed or is perhaps *too* emphatic(hahah I've seen asterisks used also), it definitely can't be missed. I've used the Faux bold and italic feature in PS's characters tools with moderate success. For me, depending on the force behind the word, I don't mind using all of the aforementioned.