I think my favorite thing about Abeille is that her home life was emotionally rough and she’s gone through the trauma of losing her sister (and feeling like she was at fault) but it hasn’t dampened how kind she is. She’s so persistently kind to everyone, thoughtful in this very commonplace way because it comes so naturally to her, and it’s really refreshing to see in a character. I think it’s one of the reasons why I’ve dug this comic so hard (the fascinating conceit regarding touch notwithstanding)
Me too. Maybe there is much we didn’t see with Mallow and Evette that helped her be so strong. That plus living with a mom who’s trying to tear you down. That might tend to push Abeille in the direction she’s been headed.
About dryads there’s this on an unofficial wiki: LNF Dryads (links to pages on which dryads appear or are a topic). Fans are invited to edit the wiki.
Hi there! I don’t know if you are aware of this Walt Kelley’s Pogo Possum comic strip, but the dryad’s house reminds me Of Pogo Possum’s, Albert Alligators, Howland Owl’s, Churchy LaFemmes & Miz Mamzelle Hepzibah’s houses, all starting with a cavity at the base of a tree. If any of y’awl are old enough to remember the animated Dumbo, Walt Kelley did some of the animation.
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