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Comic #3580

1 Paris: Spanners, Iki Piki said we were supposed to arrive at Triana in the morning.
2 Paris: How can we not have enough food to survive a trip four times as long? That's only two days.
3 Spanners: Serron's and Iki Piki's metabolisms require more regular and specific nutrition than humans or chatka.
4 Paris: Who packed our supplies?
4 Serron: I only bought enough cheese and crackers for one evening!

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The planning for the trip to Triana occurred in strip #3383, for reference.

I wrote some additional lines about Quercus only needing water and light, but they made the wording of the lines awkward, so I cut them out. But yeah... they have no particular need to be too concerned about Quercus in this situation.

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