Fractured Page 15 By SapphireFoxx | November 19, 2015 30 Comments “It’s been three days since the Fox was last sighted, and Isabelle is starting to get worried. Sure, he could be out somewhere doing something in secret, but the young witch has a bad feeling about this.” Fractured Page 14 Fractured Page 16
isabel’s intuition is correct she should be worried. she doesn’t even know that alistair has been injured in the line of duty.
I just had a thought that this curse vault reminds me of ghost busters. The one that got full of ghosts then the government shut it off and boom. Seems like putting all those curses in the us begging for a similar plot line of a mass escape later on.
Love “witch’s intuition.”
The Foxx doesnt have anybody else, anywhere, to help him out except Isabelle? I find that hard to believe. If he granted a “trans “wish for me I would be forever in his debt and service. I would be on the next jet to Austalia to help him if it took everything I have and own– I would think he could call on many, many, of the mortals he has granted this ultimate “trans” wish to– and they would do ANYTHING for him. Even non magical help–is help.
A) How would nonbloods be able to help him in this situation?
B) How would they know he’s in trouble and where to go?
C) We’ve never seen him socialize with any sorcerers besides Isabelle because he’s basically a hermit.
he could ask a non blood he had transformed to ship him to Nova Scotia? Or to try non magical means to contact Isabelle? Just saying there would be non bloods who owe him big time and would do anything he asked.
make mathew turn into twin girl friend isabel
Isabel has gotten prettier but I suspect it has more to do with her new found maturity. She’s been doing a lot of growing up.
If you didn’t show us how she got that hair style, I would swear that she got some hair tips from Amanda 😛
Forgive me if this is explained elsewhere, but are the trees on this page an illusion? The first frame has what looks like a Japanese cherry tree, but in the second to last frame, the tree isn’t there. I figure that if it isn’t an illusion, it could be artistic license, because it would interfere with the way the frame/page is laid out.
That’s definitely a continuity issue, but I think you’re right that it’s artistic license. The reader wouldn’t be able to tell what’s going on in that panel if the cherry tree were visible.
No, the tree was not in frame because it would have been in the way.