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Ch 5 – 3 – Why a Centipede?

I have a confession… I’m better at drawing centipede than Yaoi, maybe i should forget this whole comic and draw centipede Yaoi.

That sounds like a gold mine, a major niche market that needs to be fulfilled! Who wants to see Centipede Yaoi? Anyone? Anyone?? Aw come on!

 

Don’t click on the links below if you’re eating or enjoy living on this planet without knowing about parasites.  You’re welcome >:D

Tapeworm

Loa Loa worm 

Cordyceps are considered sacred by some cultures (mainly Chinese).  They are used for medicinal purposes, usually called “Winter Worm Summer Grass”.

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  • Motoko Coeman

    I want centipede yaoi.

    • Morbidprince

      Ur my best friend :D ❤️

  • Keys2tkingdom

    Well Ronald Dahl made a giant centipede an extremely likable, engaging, and memorable character. So a Centipede MC in a BL shouldn’t be as hard as one would initially think. Although I’m inclined to think that would only appeal to a super-niche audience. (And believe you me, I’ve met some people with some decidedly weird kinks.)

    But I see that Cleatus has had his powerset tweaked – or the Gladiator system got an overhaul from the rough draft – or that it wasn’t revealed in the rough draft – as I recall, Cleatus was a Gladiator who specialized in poison before with some psychic abilities. Although, now that I think about it, having psychic-based powers means that Cleatus could make everyone *THINK* has poison as his specialty but in reality his skill set is MUCH worse and, in some ways, much harder to counter.

    Of course, I could just be wrong and Cleatus is lying or not telling the whole truth to make sure he still has some aces up his sleeve (NO, NOT ANIMAL KIND! Although he might have a few of those as well *wink*)

    • Morbidprince

      Thanks Keys! I’m going to look up that novel? Story? Show? I will look it up. Anyone that can make a centipede likable got real talents and I want to see it!

      You are correct! I have changed some of the powers around anyway, I guess in a way simplified it? but will explain more on those later on if the plot requires. And that is a very good point! Cleatus would be someone that will lie and then make you think you heard him wrong. Currently refining his character for the pages to come!

      *Mind blown with your pokemon knowledge* How did you find out all this? Wish I knew you when I was still trading pokemon cards -__-;;;. Where you one of those kids that got all the kick ass cards and kicked everyone in the ass?

      • Keys2tkingdom

        I never really was able to get into any sort of TCG, so I doubt I would have been able to help you on that front. But my knowledge on Pokemon species origins and trivia comes two main sources. 1) from my own observations and existing trivial knowledge. 2) The trivia sections on individual pages and the articles on Bulbapedia and its affiliates.

        Oh and the Novel was “James and the Giant Peach”.

        • Morbidprince

          Haha you never know, maybe if we met younger you’d get into Pokemon cards with me :P

          I read that book why don’t I remember a centipede? D: must read it again!

  • TwilightDreamer

    *BLEH!!* Oh was I ever sorry to look up what a loa loa worm was! DX
    lol, otherwise, very cool page :)

    • Sanu Wolff

      I had forgotten about that scary fungus but now *URP!* DX

      • TwilightDreamer

        lol, yeah no kidding! I guess Cleatus really does had some odd/gross obsessions ;P

        • Sanu Wolff

          I wouldn’t be surprised if that was his kink o.o;

          • TwilightDreamer

            *shivers* well that would be an unpleasant thought….XP

          • Morbidprince

            Is there a way to make parasites sexy??

            Challenge accepted >:D

          • TwilightDreamer

            uh oh….. XD

          • Sanu Wolff

            Whelp we screwed o.o XD

    • Morbidprince

      yeah… That’s one worm I’d never want to get… anything that gets into the eyes…

      Don’t watch the show “Monsters Inside Me”

      But wait… you live in bad ass Australia??? You have the top 10 deadliest, most venomous, craziest creatures all in your continent???

      Especially the spiders man… In Australia, kill them first ask questions later!

      • TwilightDreamer

        lol, couldn’t agree with you more about the spiders, although this cowardly little bunny is more likely to go fleeing the room than get close enough to kill them XD haha
        As for the rest of the creatures? Yeah, we got A LOT of dangerous ones, and they’re scary as *beep*, but things like parasites that can get in the eyes and everything? oh man…that actually makes me squeamish.

        • Morbidprince

          Actually now that I think about it… Australia isn’t that well known for the parasites… that’s more of Asia, Africa thing isn’t it? Other than having 90% the world’s most toxic animals, are there any parasites well known that’s directly from Australia??

          • TwilightDreamer

            We do have things like paralysis ticks, so we have to be very careful with pets, especially in the summer, but parasites in general, no, we’re not famous for them….that title belongs to our larger creatures…snakes, spiders, sharks, crocodiles, cassowaries, dingos, jellyfish, octopus, even cone fish and stone fish.
            Don’t get me wrong though, we would have a share of parasites like any other country…probably more in tropical regions. You’re right that Asia and Africa are the ones known for them, and probably south America to.

          • Morbidprince

            I think that’s quite enough killers for one continent LOL

            How dangerous are dingos? Are they are dangerous as wolves or Coyotes? Are the paralysis ticks same as the deer ticks here? We have those here, but if you’re actually bitten, you just have to remove them as they can feast on you for days until they are 5 times the size or something. But once they’re gone or you remove them, you’ll be back to health within a day or two.

            I think the worst we have in Canada are Cougars and bears. They tend to have the highest death count for hikers. Not much about wolves. There has been a few times we spotted Coyotes in the city. What do you have in your backyard?

            Perhaps the dry climate of Australia makes Parasites unfriendly? Or could just be most of your native creatures are not edible? Most tends to come from eating… oh wait.. and bug bites….

          • TwilightDreamer

            LOL, yeah, we’ve got our fair share alright…although I probably wouldn’t put the cassowaries and dingos on quite the same level as the others…but you definitely should not go approaching them.
            Dingos I guess can be as dangerous as any wild dog, but they’re much more likely to run away from humans…any attacks from them are more likely opportunistic rather than complete aggression.
            No, the paralysis tick can be deadly. They will slowly poison the animal, making it sick and weak, and if not found and removed early enough, they’ll die…..I’m sorry, that’s a hard topic for me….we lost a pet to one a few years back…the tick got under the dogs claw and no one found it until it was too late…
            Hmm…where I live, the only things that get in our yard are snakes and spiders…but depending on where you live in the country, you’d probably have to worry about other things…for example, those who live in the Northern Territory would have to worry A LOT more about crocodiles…haha, I’d NEVER go swimming in NT, and those of us who live close to the ocean have the sharks and jellyfish to look out for.

          • Morbidprince

            i’m so sorry about your dog! That sucks man! WOW who knew a tick can do so much damage! And they are also insanely small… :(

            Oh yeah you guys have the deadly stuff in your oceans too! The Box Jelly fish is mainly found in Australia! Well I still want to visit someday..when i can get over that 22+ hour flight, I don’t know how I’m even going to survive a flight this long XD

          • TwilightDreamer

            yeah, I don’t think they’re the smallest tick we have, but definitely the most dangerous.
            Hehe yeah…I’ve lived next to the ocean almost my whole life, and yet I don’t like to go swimming in it for a reason ;P
            Yeah, I don’t think I could sit on a plane that long either, I’d have to have a stop over somewhere…

          • TwilightDreamer
          • Morbidprince

            They named him “Big Boy”… THEY NAMED HIM BIG BOY!!! What a cute name for such a bad ass spider. I’m happy we don’t have those here… D:

            Have you caught one? What are you to do when you see one?

          • TwilightDreamer

            uuuh….no, I’ve been lucky enough to never see a funnel web, and if I did? Providing I didn’t completely loose my mind, I’d drag the dog out of the house, set off something like five bug bombs, and not return until at least the end of the day.
            lol, but in seriousness, do NOT try to catch them, their bite is highly venomous.
            We get a good few of these ones around where I live….the Huntsman spider…they’re not deadly, but they can get very big, and are very fast.

          • Morbidprince

            THAT’S IN UR HOUSE?????

          • TwilightDreamer

            ROFL!! XD not this particular one, this is just a google image…but it is the kind of spider we get here and there…most aren’t this big…but we’ve had plenty that were…hence why I act like a scared little kid and go screaming for dad (he likes to save them cause they’re good for eating all the bugs around the place), if he’s not around, well, poor spider gets the bug spray from me.

  • TwilightDreamer

    Someone just posted this picture, and I just had to share it here :D

    • Morbidprince

      This is one of the best black leopard pics ever!! Really shows that they are not completely black but still has spots!

      • TwilightDreamer

        That’s why I wanted to post it :) I remembered what you said about them still having spots, and this is the first time I’ve seen a pic that actually shows that.

  • Stormfeather

    Centipede yaoi would be awesome for someone with a foot fetish.

    • Morbidprince

      For real??? :D:D:D

      Does anyone actually like centipedes tho….

  • Jay

    Sorry that I’ve been absent for such a long time!

    I love the new changes, I think they really expand the story a bit. Is Edgar still as innocent as he was before? I know that he said it was his first kiss, but will it still be his first…everything?

    I do wonder though, he seems a bit less innocent than he did in the past.

    More Titus and Cleatus is quite nice though. I like having their characters more flushed out.
    Great job!

    • Morbidprince

      Hey Jay!!! Long time! NP Life happens for all of us :) Good to see you back!

      Yes indeed, I did refined Edgar’s personality a bit, he does not seem as innocent as the previous version, but I would say probably in the sense that he has no control over anything. In this version I hope to give him more of an edge, hope I’m conveying that properly!

      Thanks! I had a lot of fun refining everyone’s personality in this draft!! and I love hearing the feedbacks :D

  • Y-you know what . . I’m not going to even look up what they are. I’m not! Not I tell you! *stares at links* . . . you really made this easy on me didn’t you?

    • Morbidprince

      teeeee heeeee you clickced on the links didn’t you? Did I enlighten you today?

      • Haha, sorry to disappoint but I actually didn’t. Conveniently I was called away from my computer to proof read my sister’s assignment. I am still ignorant to what those links may lead me too :3

        • Morbidprince

          Aaaw man! If you don’t like worms don’t click on them haha, okay maybe the Cordyceps one (last one on the list) since it’s mainly a funcus that affects insects. That one is not gross… at least IMHO :P