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I’m going to say spoilers ahead, don’t read if you don’t want behind the scenes stuff! 






I was originally wrote Willow as a throw-away character. Someone who was just there in the background and then get’s eaten by zombies. (Don’t worry, keep reading) But I can’t do it! Look at that big doofy face! He’s just so damn earnest and he just wants to help! I blame 2016. That was a shitty year, and I don’t know anybody that had a perfect 2016. I need some bright spots in this world damn it! I’m keeping this character! 

But this will have a butterfly effect in my script. I’m going to have to change some things, which will lead to a big reveal that I was saving for later.  But I think adjusting the pacing is a good thing.

Of course that might mean someone else gets eaten…

The Drac-neen

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I wanted to give you guys a sneak peek on what a full blooded drac-neen would look like.

I’ll add color to this later. The drac-neen on the right is female, and her partner on the left is male. females have a more somber and muted color palette, similar to female birds. The males tend to be more colorful. Both tend towards blues and greens, reds and yellows are pretty rare. Albinism and melanism are common in both genders. Albino drac-neen often have hearing problems, and can be deaf.

Babies are born from eggs and the ladies to not breast feed their young. I think that’s one of the reason Ronto-arc’s parents thought they were in the clear when they were teenagers. They thought there was no way they would get pregnant… Surprise! Twin-babies! Hybrid children are a little weird, and that’s one of the reasons why people are so superstitious about them.

The drac-neen live on an island nation called “The Dragon’s Hide.” Most of the mainlander call it the “Isle of the Drac-neen.” ¬†The drac-neen rarely leave their island and tend to be a bit¬†xenophobic of outsiders.