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Lasse Sipilä

She's here again! The girl who plays with skulls and spiders. Still hasn't got a name. She seems somewhat dark. Maybe I'll call her Melanie. She should have a more fantasy-type name, though. I've learned a bit of her story. She comes from a small rural village. The people are a bit backwards there, they don't like bathing, not to mention swimming. She's a bit of a misfit, however, and has that hobby. She finds a hidden cave on the shore, where she stumbles across an old book of black magic, and few other such things. She accidentally becomes a necromancer, has a terrific and terrible adventure, and learns a lot about the nature of humans. The art is not perfect. Mainly I'm dissatisfied with the big head, and the big boots have also been critisized. I retain that they aren't big, but comfortable.

Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy

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