Better paper test than "Quick! Know what to do or die!" test. Ya' know, like it might well be latter.
Also, that map reminds me so much of Spirit Tracks :)
Can we go back to the fun storylines? Please?
Beware of anyone who can pronounce <3 out loud.
There's something unsettling about a military adviser being all smiles and â¤.
Risking their lives for the empire on a dangerous mission AND paper tests? Truly the empire asks too much of its subjects.
Loving the design on the Lieutenant.
I wonder, what does a heart sound like in conversation?
@Ava: Are you actually Marco?
Anyone who can vocalise heart sounds is not to be trusted.
@Ava Fie on you! Noah's arc is a fun arc.
Noah quickly ate or put away his food so he could fold his arms through the presentation.
Wait, is that a Girly Girl, or a Girly Guy?
@Ava - B-but, this is one of the fun storylines!
...just to be clear...the hearts at the end of her(?) text-bubbles are because her voice is always..."*cutesy*"?
The last comic character I read who had hearts at the end of their sentences was Hisoka Morow. What I'm saying is I don't trust this fabulous newcomer.
Military school is still a school :)
I like how Kimberly is not distracted and continues to stuff his face. At least someone takes his mission seriously.
But-but-but Noah just wanted to start to eat... o.o
The Map is really cute!â¥
The test involves being thrown through paper, and out of the train, while it is moving, moving over a crocodile pit, crocodiles on P.C.P., wearing power-armour and using energy-pikes and hand-grenades.
Based on the wasp tail, i'd say Girly Weirdo(F).
Either that or a rather pointless corset.
Seeing the plan will be interesting
Then we'll see how different the actual mission will become
Noah's story: Best story.
I do hope Noah got to keep his food.