I don't imagine orcs having the patience to develop agriculture further than small gardens at a few steps from home. Extra vitamins are good to have, but vegetables are just not that exciting. But when a large concentration of edible plants in a known area attracts food of the fattier kind, motivation goes up a little.
Oh yeah, the ol' 'bait and kill-the-thing-the-bait-worked-on' trick. Very clever!
And they get to hunt from home!
Oh, I must mention something important!
I accidentally set two pages to update on the same day, so if you clicked on a subscription link, you skipped page 155! It's not a very important one, but it's still a page!
The dawning comprehension there is priceless!
That moment when you realise some of what the grownups do are actually for a reason!
Some of it. There's also stuff that's just plain weird.
Also see above (in my first comment reply just above yours), missing page to be found!
Just goes to prove... there are different kinds of clever. ;)
One kind of clever would be not to do what I did and mess up the updating schedule. Page 155 appeared at the same time as this one, so if you clicked on your subscription link and didn't go back, you missed one page!
It also feels dumb to repeat that message in every comic reply but I can't expect everyone to read every comment thread in existance!
Roasted boar... oh yeah, I'd be down with that plan too.
Who wouldn't be? C:
And in case you didn't notice my mistake, I actually set two pages to appear at the same time so page 155 wasn't announced in the subscriptions.
See above for more details, I ended up saying different things in every comment reply :P
I love the interaction between these two characters. You write these scenes very well, especially this one with an older and younger character.
Also, I read page 155 since I often go back a page to refresh myself on the scene. No worries!
There are a lot of adult/child interactions in this comic.
I hope it doesn't have any weird freudian interpretation!