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Sarah Schanze

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Sarah Schanze, is a chocolate milk aficionado who likes to collect dragon figurines, ticket stubs, and certain kinds of dolls. Sometimes she also draws.

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And that’s a wrap. I hope you all enjoyed this chapter! It was a lot of fun for me to make.

Now it’s time for the break between chapters, which I need more than ever now that I’m doing two updates a week. I’m hoping I can still manage that. Next chapter will start on March 7th!

In the meantime, please tell your friends and spread the word about this 500+ page free-to-read webcomic rea

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message 2: by Sarah

Sarah Schanze Kelli wrote: "BAHA! Love the new picture! :D"

Thank you. :3


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KJ BAHA! Love the new picture! :D


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