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But the strikes weren’t deep and the impact jarred his hands.
raised his claws.
End of Volume 4.
End of Volume 4.
we come to this at last.
the volume ends.
And I had planned to write this last chapter directly before the break.
Perhaps it’s better that I didn’t.
Perhaps it would have been better had I not had the break.
We’ll never know.
But it is done,
and the world is changed now.
Zel Shivertail is dead.
And what follows will be…
This is the darkest end to a volume,
and speaks of what is to come.
our story is about Erin,
and about more than just war.
But it does feel like war and conflict threaten us despite our best hopes.
As in this world,
so in ours.
Thank you for reading.
I had a good break,
and I think it was appropriate—I hope to take a week long break after every end of volume,
if only to recharge a bit.
I have a lot of ideas for the next volume and a lot of story yet to come.
Some of it will be tragic,
some horrific (hopefully not due to bad writing),
other parts hopeful,
or sad or silly or…
Thank you all for supporting the story,
whether it be from pledging or talking about it,
or simply reading.
I have a lot I want to do,
from releasing the e-book to fixing typos and plot points and adding a glossary.
I have a lot to do,
but what I start and end with is this:
I hope you enjoy the story and if you do,
I have a lot more to tell.
See you soon.
I’m back to writing and Volume 5 begins in two days.
I’ll put the monthly side stories poll up soon too,
and maybe another short (non-canonical)
piece side story I wrote during my vacation.
Thanks for reading as always,