You know, I really should explain more in the About and Cast pages the setting in this comic. I remember reading Meli’s first encounter of D&E and how she mentioned that she was confused by almost all of it.

I don’t even know if I have new readers. I may have at least one. That’s only a guess because every time I tweet Her Interactive about a web comic, they retweet it. And then the tweet gets favourited. So who knows, maybe a Nancy Drew fan has come and wondered what on earth this webcomic was and then left in frustration because it makes no sense.

How is my FAWM progress you’re wondering? Well, uh, I at least log on to the site. I thought of a melody and sang it into my phone. It was really only six notes. I’m doing abysmally.


  1. So who is _actually_ playing the game here? Because I know it’s not a 3-person game.

    Also, I second Lizette (preemptively though it may be).

    1. Yeah, Errol is actually the one playing. The rest of us sit and watch and solve the puzzles. Sometimes one of us may ask to do a puzzle ourselves but for the most part weโ€™re happy to watch him play. Weโ€™re weird like that ๐Ÿ˜€

      1. It’s not that weird. My sisters and I have taken turns watching each other play Nancy Drew games plenty of times. We don’t usually share on puzzles, but that’s as much because often the one watching has already played it and just wants to watch the other play.

  2. Hi Errol, I know you (slightly) from OVFF. I really didn’t know anything about your former band, but I’m reading this comic from the beginning. I have a 10 year old son who is also obsessed with games (Minecraft & Animal Jam in particular) and belching. We should move to Mars. Or move them there. Anyway, great comic, even if a lot of the references sail right over my head! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. Hi Teresa! Yes, we did meet at OVFF. You went to FKO as well, did you not? I know I met Gundo at FKO first too.

      Anyway, there shouldn’t be TOO many references in this comic! There certainly was in the D&E comic. ๐Ÿ˜€

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