Sohac Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?
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Sitara says:

Ayne can predict what a pixie's going to do next. That's a scary concept for all pixiekind

Jeremiah says:

Don't worry. Sohac can invent new ways of causing havoc. Do you think a dragon can fit in that room? Maybe Sohac will summon one in order to test it.

Pulsar says:

I know Ayne won't like it, but she looks really nice falling down :D Good job drawing that!

Rhianthalia says:

Oooh! Sohac has a feather!

Elystriana says:

"When sneaking up on dwarves, it pays to look down." lol =p
Love Ayne in panels 4&5.

Lise says:

I think panels 5 and 6 look amazing... nice work.

BurnedMuffins says:

Panel 5 looks great

Jynx says:

Awww...Ayne looks so young in panel 6 :) It's cute. *hides so the wrath of Ayne won't find her*

Chariset says:

Ah, a bit o' Latin. "Who guards the guardians?"

Nebra Reppalk says:

Ah, but you're forgetting the NINJA DWARVES! No one would expect a dwarf to drop from the ceiling!

tensko1234 says:

I don't know Anye could just squash dwarves guards if they come.

Jynx says:

Nebra: O_o A dwarf would seem to me to be the worst ninja ever. No offense. But seriously.

hkmaly says:

Jynx: I would agree, but I can't find proof in AD&D rules, so it doesn't seem to be universal belief.

Still, both ninja with armor and dwarf without massive steel armor seems weird. Also, the axe is not typical ninja weapon ...

Lee says:

Enjoy your stumble, see you in the autumn.

Um, no, wait a minute, I think I got that a bit wrong...

Nebra Reppalk says:

I was being sarcastic. Sheesh.

Chariset says:

I think the main issue is that there's something more dangerous than an angry Ayne in these here dungeons..

TheNextTaggerung says:

Lee, it's
"Enjoy your trip! See ya next fall!"

Aurora Nova says:

"Sohac Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?"
=> Sohac watches the watchers (themselves)?
(strictly speaking, I think the "ipsos" is incorrect, as in the motto, it is used to self-reference the "watchers" (custodes) being watched)

mouseover text:
"Noui consilia et ueteres quaecumque monetis amici"
=> "I am aware of whatever councils you old friends warn"

Turns out I learned something: both "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?" (who watches the watchers), and the mouseover addendum, are from Juvenal's "Satire VI"

... however, they've been presented here backwards. :)

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