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Stoneheart - Cover
Stoneheart Chapter 1 - Page 2
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Type: Comic
Published: 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Rating: General

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WasylTheFox
10 months, 2 weeks ago
Aaaa. Finally :D
I have a question. How often will the next pages be published?
LordOfTheTroglodytes
10 months, 2 weeks ago
yuss~
the time for stalling like a coward is over~

that's what i'm still trying to figure out ^^''
for the sake of people's attention spans i'd love to post two pages a week, but i honestly don't think i'll be able to keep up with that pace so a new page will probably be posted once a week
sometimes i might post two pages in case the context is important (like now), but i think once a week is a realistic pace for me atm XD
WasylTheFox
10 months, 2 weeks ago
No problem, still much faster than my pace :')
WolfwithGlasses
9 months, 3 weeks ago
Mhhh any thoughts on how many People live in the Capital?
LordOfTheTroglodytes
9 months, 3 weeks ago
Seeing how this is a very isolated micro nation: possibly around 700 individuals. Definitely no more than 1000. I honestly don't have any concrete numbers XD
I'm hoping to shed some more exposition in chapter two on the capital, their history and how the kingdom itself operates~
WolfwithGlasses
9 months, 3 weeks ago
A Micro Nation, mhhh. Well, even if it´s a small Nation or a City State, I´d rather make it like 7.000 to 15.000 people for the Capital alone. With 700 People it would barely be possible to sustain such a fortified city unless most of them are laborers who work around the clock.

But that is only personal opinion. In the end it is up to you how you wish to write everything out.
LordOfTheTroglodytes
9 months, 3 weeks ago
hmmm... valid points so i might bump their number of inhabitants up to a few thousand (easy to do as nothing has been canonically established yet lol), but i still kinda need them to be vastly outnumbered and undermanned. Plus that's only the people living in the capital itself, the rest of the nation holds a few thousand more, many of which will "volunteer" to protect the capital
Not wanna give out too many spoilers in case you decide to stick around tho x'3
WolfwithGlasses
9 months, 3 weeks ago
Mhhh the number of Soldiers/ Warriors available may depend on the cultural and political system of the nation.
The people volunteering tells me that there is no common Levy or Conscription going on. So unless the various communities have militia training on a regular basis for their men in the age of... lets say 16 to 40 years of age, then it makes sense that the force of volunteers is small. It of course depends on other factors too, like the season, the weather, the availability of Arms and Armors. Makes little sense to levy vast parts of the population without the ability to arm them.
LordOfTheTroglodytes
9 months, 3 weeks ago
yeah they don't have an actual official army or anything of the like. It doesn't function like a traditional nation does, as all soldiers, with apart from the "palace guards" (a misleading name as they do more than guard the palace lol), are all volunteers and only needed in times like these. They've never had anyone actually defeating their walls before so they've never had a need for well trained fighters. Previously they've only had need for maintenance laborers for the wall, pikemen and archers for retaliation, sapper defense, and the like, so even if they'll be arming farmers with little to no combat experience it's always worked out for them in the past by just hunkering down and wait for the enemies' food and moral to run out. And these folks are traditional by nature, so they don't change things that's always worked out in the past. Which may or may not be a poor line of thinking lol
But as i said: more context and exposition in chapter 2
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