Here comes guess number one. But we all know the pacing of these sorts of games in stories, right? He's going to get it wrong. If he doesn't get it wrong, then we don't get to see the game, right? They need to go back and forth for a while, or there's no chapter, right?
Remember, Rule of Three.
Half of notable British characters are marked by tragedy... :,D
Oh man, i just started caught up and this is an awesome comic!! Such a cool concept, and the art has improved so much from the start, it's amazing.
@Hokova: Hahaha, it doesn't exactly whittle down the options by much.
@Alpacrate: Thank you! I love working on Sire, and with webcomics, the best time to start is right away, no matter what your level of competency is.
Going back to Anna and Susan's introduction to Emile, I see that he claimed not having any problems recognising them. I'm eager to compare it with the arachnid-themed guy, who strongly make me think about mythological creatures, maybe the Moires I'm not exactly sure about what he reminds me of.
Incidently, shouldn't Anna have been affected when Susan got punched? (don't worry about me nitpicking I can perfectly wave it off if it's not explainable)
Sobriquet: Ahh, but we've already guessed that he's not related to Sherlock, which means Emile may be the more effective detective of the two(also, plot purposes. I mean, it's the whole theme here, isn't it?) And like any medical drama, we're ready for 30 minutes of misdiagnoses and 10 minutes of drama before 5 minutes of dramatically getting it right. Popcorn ready?
@AcolyteofDaniel: Hell yeah!