* Light bulb turns on *
I bet this isn’t Jael. I bet this is Tattle, testing Ten to make sure he hasn’t gone overboard.
If not, then this is a major plot development and would logically lead to major complications, especially for Ten’s relationship with Tattle.
But i dont think tattal knows that ten has finanses ishuss
Or does ten dont have probloms whif fines and tatal is tring to sound real
You know it’s weird how the whole thing with the creature from the afterlife trying to kill Ten doesn’t feel nearly as dark as this moment.
Yeah this confrontation was long in the works.
Ten doesn’t mind working around the law a little, but there’s a rigid boundary there, just a couple of inches beyond ‘breaking the rules’.
For Jael, there’s no boundary once you take a step in that direction.
It’s been… seen before.
Gotta remember what your goal is in these things. He’s at this prestigious school for a reason. The stuff he’s done is maybe enough to get a reprimand, but kicked out? Not likely.
Can’t risk his (short) life’s dream for a little cash. That’d be insane.
Anyone else notice how “financially” is spelled wrong in panel 5?
Whoops. Thanks for the catch.
Ooooh. You messed up, Jael. Trying to use your friend and trying to manipulate him by using his family is NOT a smart move.
Jael is about to find out just how different him and Ten really are.
This is going to hurt…
It doesn’t help that Ten is SOOO tired and SOOOOO, SOOOOOOOO emotionally drained. If he had been at his peak in this same situation, he might have been able to use that very charm to diplomatically avoid the friendship destroying ethical minefield he has stumbled across. At best, their friendship’s only hope is to get out MAYBE alive, but permanently maimed, legless. If he can find a tourniquet…
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