June 29th, 2010


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Discussion (26)¬

  1. BarGamer says:

    Shadow-fox again? Huh?

  2. Zoe says:

    So I guess this means you caught the plague after all? :p

  3. Silfedac says:


  4. Jassius says:

    Well, since the image came in a little bit late, it takes a little time to go away.

    In any case, almost end of the month. Keep voting!

  5. Madam Atom says:

    I suspect (and hope) Ursula’s just recovering from the con.

  6. Ketira says:

    I think Shadowfox is cute.

    @Madam Atom: It could be both; after all, a con is a bunch of people packed into at least one hotel. Perfect breeding grounds for a nice virus to go through.

  7. Draco18s says:

    Hope you enjoyed the con, Ursula. I don’t remember now if I stopped by your table or not (probably did, briefly, I remember seeing Digger stuff).

  8. Alchemist says:

    Yes, we’re recovering from the Con, which was, as always Epic.

  9. Terry says:

    Awww…. No tea for Ed.

  10. Uzuri says:

    She looked healthy enough when I saw her last on Sunday πŸ˜‰

    And I feel very much like Ed… is wanting tea.

  11. JewelWolf says:

    I wish I’d gone to the con. Immelmann was there, and QuetzaDrake, and of course Ursula. I’d stop at your table first, Ursula.

  12. Exindiv says:

    Does digger mousie have herbs and fire and tea? No, Ed, I do not think so.

  13. Emma says:

    Ahhh there’s the page! Now I’m just anticipating Ed’s question…

  14. Gramina says:

    Emma: “Just exactly what is it we plan to do when we get there, again??”

  15. kat says:

    No TEA?! What sort of uncivilized god-killing dungeon crawl IS this?!

    (Aside from the obvious “one not organized by the British Empire.” Tch.)

  16. Deliriumsama says:

    Ursula, it’s things like this that make me utterly love Ed. So much so, in fact, that we named our cat Ed, after the adorable little skin painter. (It helped that he and his siblings had paper name tags that they ate off of eachother at the shelter; his NAME was eaten! He simply had to be called Ed!)

  17. LaCot says:

    @kat: Heh πŸ™‚

    Ed, as usual, is awesomeness personified. (Hyenafied?) I rather think I must post the tea panel on my wall πŸ™‚

  18. contrary says:

    Thanx. Ursula, you made my day way better. Truly appreciate the effort you put into this for we who have less vision and artistic talent. Great story teller. If my fingers wern’t so swollen, I’d try to say more

  19. Uberursa says:

    hey hey, if he worked with the cold ones, they could make iced tea!

    Ya know…cause its cold…and stuff…and they’re cold…
    …shut up

  20. Just Another Hyena says:

    Thank you so much for making Ed important..er. If you hurt him tho I’m holding you personally responsible! I’m emotionally invested enough at this point to say… you’d better have a happy ending lined up. πŸ˜›

  21. JewelWolf says:

    @Kat: Who put crawdaddies in your pants?

  22. nerfherder says:

    I have been wondering if Ed will turn an unexpected corner. Hope I am mistaken.

  23. Quack says:

    This is dragging. D:

  24. Rags says:

    Will there be cake?

  25. BunnyRock says:

    Cake, and grief counselling, will be provided on completion of the enrichment centre activity…

    And @Kat, JewelWolf, I know how Ed feels. Facing possible horrific, subterranean death, well, sure. If you have to, you put on a stiff upper lip and get on with it. But possible horrific, subterranean death without a good cup of tea inside you… that’s just uncivilised.

    And @LaCot I think personified is good as he’s most defiantly as person. Not a human-person, but still.

  26. saphroneth says:

    And that’s what I was missing earlier. Ed is not just academic sounding, he’s British academic sounding.