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Howdy, fellow Draconiacs!

So THAT’S what’s going on in Saph‘s mind.  ^__^

Those of you looking for a soundtrack for this page can pull up “Sweet About Me” by Gabriella Cilmi.

We’re just over two weeks away from Anime Weekend Atlanta, where I’ll be making my final Artist Alley appearance at that convention, and I’ll be joined by my fellow Katboxers MasterGodai (Rascals) and Nekonny (Caribbean Blue).  AWA is consistently the most fun I have at a convention every year, and as it’s the second-to-last stop on my farewell tour, I’d love to see as many of you there as possible.  So if you’re anywhere near Atlanta, Georgia–and given how many airlines do layovers in Atlanta, you’re probably closer than you think!–I kindly and humbly request that you get your ass out there to see me!  It might be your last chance!

Oh, and there’s been a recent surge in my Patreon pot, and I sincerely thank you for that!  Enthusiasm for the comic seems to be growing as of late, and it sounds like you and your fellow Draconiacs are expressing it through your pledges of support!  You, too, can pitch in and help keep the comic going, and a pledge as little as $3 per page gets you exclusive access to sneak previews of new pages as they come together.  Other incentives are coming soon, including your chance to get a free 2015 Draconia Chronicles Calendar for supporters who pledge $10 or more for at least two pages.  Pledge your support now, and thanks again for your awesome energy and feedback!

So will Saph’s desire to impress Lady Red pay off?  Or will Kenzi and Ennek get to slicing and dicing?  Stay tuned…

Take care, my fellow Draconiacs, and thanks for reading!

=RazorFox.

RazorFox and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Howdy, fellow Draconiacs!  RazorFox here.

So your fellow Draconiac Peter Turi decided to call me out on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, where you dare your friends to dump a bucket of ice water on their heads while donating to help research to find a cure for Lou Gehrig’s disease, more formally known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  And since I rarely back down from a challenge, I took the plunge after donating $100 to the cause.

Oh, you want PROOF?  Well, you can see it for yourself on my first-ever YouTube posting!  While the standard is to call out three people to douse themselves, you’re invited to do it, too!  And even if you don’t (even though you should because it’s a lot of fun!), a donation is still appreciated.

Laters!

=RazorFox.