Amira & The Nutcracker: The Cursed Maiden

To survive this curse Amira must brave the coming winter or succumb to a slow and painful death

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posted 5th Apr 2021, 12:00 AM

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5th Apr 2021, 12:00 AM

firebird963

Thank you Cor Cordis For helping with Editing and input

Visit my Patreon to view pages early along with some behind-the-scenes stuff!

Edit: Due to technical issues with my PC there will be a delay on the next update. Yes the comic files were safely recovered. However all my software was uninstalled. Hard to type because keyboard broken too

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5th Apr 2021, 12:11 AM

BlueDragon

There are always those willing to put profit, ignorance, greed, and tyranny over the well being of the whole. It's sad to know this battle is still going on in realty.

I hope we're on the tides of change...but the greedy and the proud won't give in easily.


Sorry, just sad at the state of the world.

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11th Apr 2021, 1:35 PM

firebird963

It is sad it's going on right now, this world is lucky to have had a long longer then us to change and handle the growing pains. Here we haven't reached that point yet, we need to do better, heck I always need to do better.

We'll get there one day though

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11th Apr 2021, 4:03 PM

BlueDragon

Yeah...the ways have to pass...

Again, sorry for being such a downer :( We can all do better. We have a long way to go, but you're right. Things will get better.

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11th Apr 2021, 4:57 PM

firebird963

You're not being a downer, I wouldn't have written this if I didn't want the topic to be discussed or acknowledged. It's easy to ignore the fact slavery was indeed a thing mentioned in the original Nutcracker, because quite frankly it shows up and is gone just as quickly. But I didn't want to ignore that fact, and that helped guide the direction of the world building. Even though Amira's story takes place long after these events they're still a part of their history, their legacy

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11th Apr 2021, 5:56 PM

BlueDragon

I never realized that about the original play! Probably because, as you point out, it was glossed over.

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