December 30, 2020
Chapter: Chapter 4
A. Douglas "FaultBat", Aaron Nauert, Aelius, Aerdan, Akai the smol fox, Allan C Ecker, Allaze-Eroler, BallofFloof, Berwyn, Chaon, Chris, Chuckles, Connery Cateni (ccateni), Cr0-okedGlasses, D'Archangel, Daphne Pfister, DireTaco, Eric Tryon, Fruitso, Fruxalga, GriffinGGamer, Gunny Waffle, Ido Shalev, Jared Dark, Jonas, Julia, KettuTheFox, Kevin McCullough, Kimmers4Ever, Kurtchen, Lady Hatty, Lauren Pierre, Lester D. Crawford, Lightfox Lowell, Lillian Marie Burch, Lizette, Long John, Madiso, Michael "Neon Noble" Nicolosi, Mokabur, Nightshade89, Nolan "Note Worthy" Slover, Patrick Kingsley, Piro202, Preston Moore, Rizer Stake, Ross, Scott Fraser, Shu, Stoker Bramwell, StrayXIII (Wes), Thesequester20, Tim Latshaw, fox3379
Pop goes the Yote Brain!
I hope you guys enjoyed the little bit of guest art! I had a good birthday week that allowed me to take it slightly easy but still catch up on lots of work that needed doing!
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas this year!
MILO: It really is nothing.
MILO: I'm reading it for an assignment...
MILO: My adviser wrote it! It's Modern Reinterpretations of Ancient Silver Sagean Myths.
MILO: My next paper is about how myth evolves with society, so he lent it to me.
MILO: It's really a facinating subject! You can see how [illegible] seed of a myth grows [illegible] and becomes more comple[illegible] every retelling, like a big cultural game of Whisper Down the Lane!
MILO: For example, in the myth [illegible] Great Culling, did you know th[illegible] in the first written versions of th[illegible] myth, it was only a village that was razed, not the whole country? I h[illegible] to brush up on Ancient Growl fo[illegible] this assignment, and it's fascinating how myths are affected by the [illegible]ultural mythos of their time, ev[illegible]en they'[illegible]er than the[illegible] of po[illegible]s are [illegible] of a s[illegible]