Chapter 7 | Page 9

Hey guys do you remember what the title of this webcomic is? Hmmmmmmmm?

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Discussion (27) ¬

  1. Ooooh, wonder what’s in the box?? O: Can’t wait for more~ :D

  2. Hmmmm, indeed. So this is the “kistel”. I assume it belonged to Coals mom, right? So what’s in the kistel? A pistol?

  3. Oh, oh, oh, I know, it’s Bob right? The title of the comic is totally Bob….right? :-P

  4. Can’t wait to see what’s in the box :)

  5. Thistil Mistil Kistil

    Thistle Mistletoe Casket

    I could take a guess as to where the mistletoe comes in

    • Yes it would be a very good guess and also accurate probably.

    • Caskett is what we first see coal in.
      Mistletoe represents either peace or love.
      And thistle well, there you go.
      Organize them into the title and you get: thistle (this) mistletoe (later) and casket (much later) meaning the title starts here, and ends in death.

      • Mistletoe might represent peace and love to us today but it had a much more sinister meaning in Norse Mythology since it was the only plant that could harm the god Baldur. Loki found out about this a made a dart from a branch of mistletoe and gave it to Hodur, who was blind. Hodur threw it at his brother and killed him. So as you can see it was a tool of death instead of a branch of peace

  6. So we have the kistil and I think the mistil refers to the whole Balder incident with Loki… so that only leaves thistil…

    I LOVE the art of this comic. So pretty.

    • Thank you so much! I’m glad you like it. :D

  7. When I saw the green I was kinda hoping it would be a dress or something he was going to give to Hedda–something better than the patchy rags she has now. Buuut I guess not.

    • Chapter isn’t over yet! He wasn’t looking for that box, he just came upon it on accident. Someone does get some new clothes in this chapter! :D

      • Someone…
        It’s Loki isn’t it.
        Loki gets new clothes.

        • No, Silly, ROLLO will get new clothes!

  8. Looks like a reliquary to me.

  9. I love this page so much! :D

  10. Heda’s of course; cross on it.

    • There is a cross! But it’s not Hedda’s. :3

  11. I bet it’s his mom’s ashes!

    • I can tell you right now that it’s not. His mother wasn’t cremated, and Loki mentioned the burial chamber was left in the mound. :3

  12. And here I thought the title was just invented so I couldn’t wrap my tongue around it. ;)