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🗓 Next comic page is scheduled to release on May 22!
As the two survivors are being tugged away, their former friends join the chase in what appears to be a massive, rapidly-expanding fleshy conglomerate. Little Black-Ears and Little Weaver both shout out in unison after Ekay, urging him to reconsider joining them in this glorious new world.
Mere moments later, the fleshy masses surround Little Black-Ears and Little Weaver, carrying them closer and closer to Ekay and splintering apart to rapidly form reaching tentacles. The appendages branch out separately, some of which form into arms and hands in order to attempt and grasp at Ekay. The two former Eltus state that Ekay's reluctance to join them is a shame and insist that he join them.
Unable to do much but scream, Ekay is still holding onto the unknown Sergal's hand, all the while keeping Fuzzball safely in his grasp.
🗓 Next comic page is scheduled to release on May 15!
After the Housepecker's throes, it continues to vomit up a sludgy concoction of unknown composition. The slimy substance gushes outwards from it's mouth, making a series of wet, sludgy sounds. As the monster's inner contents finally spill down and onto the ground, it suddenly begins to froth and bubble up, expanding violently outward in various directions!
Acting quickly, given that they've noticed the creature's erratic and odd behavior earlier, the unidentified Sergal quickly reaches out towards Ekay and urges him to grab their hand. They then yell out for their companion, Zyn!
As soon as the two establish a firm grip between each other, Zyn comes dashing past them. The unnamed Sergal, acting quick, grabs hold onto one of the Associator's Wing-blade limbs. Thus, they are pulled from the fray by the sheer strength of the Wolf alone.
Myriabushes, also known and referred to as Gejigemi by the Eltus people, black and low-height thickets or bushes which look like multiple, interconnected, long insect legs. They mainly can be found fromthe surrounding Northern Talyxian biome forests or plains such as Astna.
🗓 Next comic page is scheduled to release on May 8!
The unidentified Sergal looks upon the two Talyxian-latched Sergals emerging from the Hizomi-Nonbon sacs and comments that once an Eltus has been taken in completely by a Talyxian creature, they are beyond any help. However their thought is cut off, as the two emerging tribesmen begin to speak.
Little Black-ears mentions that they have finally awoke — unbeknownst to the others, they are actually referring to awakening within the otherworld, which belongs to the Talyxian entity. Meanwhile, Little Weaver calls out towards Ekay with a dazed voice, as if yearning for him to join them.
Ekay calls to his friends with a heartbreaking shout, seemingly unable to accept the situation. The unnamed Sergal informs Ekay that his friends have lost all shreds of their former selves.
The two emerged "Sergals" then begin to speak in unison, evoking a sentiment of shame and regret, that after all they have been through and where they have ended up, they could not be together in the end.
Meanwhile, at the back of the fray, the collapsed Housepecker lets out a horrible belching noise. It then vomits out the inner tentacles through its maw, causing the nameless Sergal to take sharp notice of it.
🗓 Next comic page is scheduled to release on May 1!
The unidentified Sergal looms over Ekay and explains that they're holding a twig-sized wooden stick which has been soaked in salt. They then proceed to carefully press it up against the invasive tentacles, causing them to recoil and detach from Ekay's body. The Sergal then proceeds to do the same for baby Fuzzball, clearing away the appendages just as easily.
The unnamed Sergal then moves on to Little Weaver. But, as soon as the salt-soaked stick made contact with the tentacles embedded within Little Weaver's face, both Little Black-Ears and Little Weaver's bodies suddenly and violently wretch up, screaming at the top of their lungs in immense pain. What could this mean...?
🗓 Next comic page is scheduled to release on April 24!
As the battle between Associator Wolf and the Housepecker rages on, the unnamed Sergal manages to slit the first sac wide open. With a gasp of air, the body of Ekay is revealed to the surface world. As the Agudner boy opens his eyes in complete shock and surprise to look upon his savior, the unknown Sergal yells out at him to not move!
Due to the Talyxian tentacles which have made their way within Ekay's orifices — most notably within the eyes and nose — any sort of brash movement or forcible attempt to remove them would prove to be extremely risky.
The nameless Sergal continues to release the others trapped within the adjacent sac, revealing Fuzzball, clutched within the hands of Little Black-Ears... who has very eerie and lifeless expression in their eyes.
In the meantime, the Associator Wolf readies itself up for another charge against the Housepecker, valiantly dashing in with its wing blades at the ready. With a full slash, it takes off another two of the Housepecker's limbs in one clean cut!
🗓 Next comic page is scheduled to release on April 17!
As the reality shift begins, and the area around Ekay begins to light up, the showdown begins back in Base Reality.
Zyn ferociously charges towards the Housepecker. With a swift scissor-like attack, its blades swing, slicing straight through the creature's limb! The Talyxian Wolf's blades cut clean through the Housepecker's leg, sending it toppling down as it breaks off under its weight and causing the Housepecker to lose balance.
The Housepecker writhes in agony, as it lurches its head upwards and begins to vomit up a very large set of conjoined lumps. The grotesque, large sacs fall down to the ground. The Mysterious Sergal uses this chance to slip past the ongoing battle and head towards the sacs. Meanwhile the wolf puts itself between their Sergal companion and the Housepecker, holding its ground in a defensive stance with twin blades at the ready.
The unnamed Sergal remarks that the expelled sacs have not yet had the time to develop into a Hizomi-Nonbon, as they ready up their sharp stave in order to release the inner contents.
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Keen-eyed readers will remember that this is not the first time the term "Hizomi-Nonbon" has been appeared within our stories! In Dark Clouds of the Shigu, Page 23 we explain the relationship between Talyxian creatures and their inherent avoidance of salt.
Almost all of the Talyxian organisms avoid salts for unknown reasons. Salt is not inherently toxic to Talyxian creatures, but they have an inherent repulsion towards touching of salt, especially on their mucous membrane areas in their body parts. They will feel intense pain and discomfort if salt is applied, especially to an open wound. For comparison, it is significantly more painful to Talyxians compared to those of the Eltus people.
The Hizomi-Nonbon is a kind of Talyxian excrement, which occurs whenever a Talyxian creature ingests an inordinate amount of salt. This firm, black material forms around the salt contents in order to safely excrete it outside of the organism.
The Mysterious Sergal denotes that the sacs excreted by the Housepecker, have not yet formed into a Hizomi-Nonbon! Whatever the Housepecker ingested, it definitely did not have enough time to digest it, nor did it's prey seemingly have any salt upon it in order to be safely excreted out.
🗓 Next comic page is scheduled to release on April 10!
As Pekk's horns continue to grow, Ekay and Fuzzball lean in closer to him. Pekk begins to lament and apologize for his inability to save but two. Whilst Ekay stares at his overgrown little brother, Pekk's horns continue to grow and surround them.
Pekk continues on to explain that after they escape from this place, Ekay should not go looking for him anymore. This ominous and looming dread-filled statement is then only followed up by a simple declaration of love towards Ekay and his father.
Meanwhile, the Mysterious voice addresses Little Black-Ears and Weaver, telling them to no longer worry about Ekay, Pekk, and Fuzzball, as they are about to enter a different "stream".
Little Black Ears and Weaver go on to say in unison to one another that they have made a good choice, to which the Mysterious Voice affirms that this is so. It then announces that the shift in between realities is about to begin.
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