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When an admittedly skilled bunch of artists make the Twilight of Dark Elf fictions. The Dark Elves are shown to be mostly cute, animesque and angsty nerdy teenagers with express descriptions of love and innocence while hordes of slaves are brought to work, die and be used in Underdark. Somehow our Mary Sue characters get into missions, recapture slaves (while the description insists drow aren't cruel or evil, can you feel the logic fail yet?), give an occasional slave "freedom" for what is worth while angsting over some strangely happy, clingy light elf slavegirl the protagonist manga drow chick blasted with a spell. Basically F.A.T.A.L of webcomics with worse plot and morality confusions than said game, capable of instilling RAGE in neckbeards that would make Khorne giggle. Honestly any encounter with D&D Drow would make the latter run away with disgust. Some have cat ears. All are bisexual. Seriously I am about to blow a vein here. Read FATAL instead.
I started reading to see if there was something to it. I don't think I got far enough, but so far I'm pretty meh on it. It's not bad, but then maybe I simply haven't gotten to the parts he was describing (I've gotten as far as chapter 2 and there's 50 chapters total). This comic has the longest prologue I've ever read and establishes a substantial amount of plot before the actual protaganist appears in the story, so at first I was left kind of confused about what direction the story was taking. On the other hand, it was probably a decent way of explaing the politics of the setting and establishing the end goal for the story. Still, I was having Game of Thrones flashbacks where I was left wondering who was who and why they were important. The excessively complex names in the beginning didn't help.
What do you guys think?