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Comic #5025

1 Draak: Draak spot big town at far edge where land meet sky.
2 Alvissa: That’ll be the Mystical City of Disfahar, capital of the Caliphate of Yezek!
3 Dwalin: On thu horizon? Tha’s a fool daey’s march stell!
4 Draak: Or could be grit in Draak eye. Much dust blown by wind here.

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I'm not sure how Draak's eyes work, but mistaking a bit of grit in your eye for a city on the horizon is an interesting error, optically speaking. It implies that Draak could be able to (at least roughly) focus on something touching his eyeball while also having the horizon in focus. You could potentially do this sort of thing with independently focusable eyes, such as some reptiles like chameleons have.

Wait, Draak's a reptile!


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