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Comic #3651

1 Alvissa: So who was this Hopkins, after whom Hopkins' Hot Hops is named?
2 Kyros: A mid-level fire wizard. He never rose to great power because of his unusual sense of restraint compared to most fire wizards.
3 Alvissa: And how does his spell cause an uncomfortable sensation of heat in the subject's feet?
4 Kyros: By setting their feet on fire.

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I stupidly didn't save the fire graphic as a separate image after making the last batch of comics, so I had to recreate the effect again from scratch. This time I saved it as a stand-alone layer that I can just drag onto any image I like in the future. I think this version turned out a little nicer, so it wasn't a total waste of time at least.

And yes, the wolves pause before attacking so that the characters can have a conversation. Don't you know anything?

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