Farewell, Medwyn, it's been a pleasure.
A wonderful idyll. But I can't say I'm not looking forward to seeing the group venture forth now that they've rested!
Indeed! Interesting times ahead!
Yay!! I love this part!!
Now that I've read many of the books (thank you, oh artist, for moving me to read your muse), and am about to begin another, I don't know if I am as happy with setting out now as I would bee without the knowledge. Still, I am less in the grip of terror at the Horned King and his minions than I might be otherwise because his planned devilry is choate and effable. Gruntles is how I feel, I suppose. Well and truly gruntled.
Better than disgruntled!
Your art is so beautiful. It makes me 300% more jealous than any other comic I read.
This comment makes me like 1000% happy
I can't be certain, but I don't believe we ever meet Medwyn again. I'm I wrong?
The readers do, but not the characters.
Kogarashi is correct; Medwyn shows up again in The High King, and his actions are crucial to several plot points, but none of the human characters ever see him or know his influence.
I do like to think that Taran finds him again at some point in his life. Maybe the very end...some morbid part of my mind can imagine a very old, world-weary Taran somehow finding the valley and laying himself down there for an eternal, peaceful rest...excuse me, I have to go sob uncontrollably now.
That settles it. I just have to re-read the series.
Onwards! I too like the thought of Taran returning at the end to the valley. Has a nice circular feel to it. Cheers!
What stlorca said :)
Ah, those little details! She is holding Fflewddur's hand again. I wonder whether Taran noticed it. ?
Anyway the rift between them is narrowing. Three days now without further yelling at each other.
And one day Taran should really mend that nasty cut on the back of his tunic.