Devil’s Advocate

Originally: a person who pleads in favour of an evil cause. Now usually: a person who expresses a contentious opinion or adopts a particular stance chiefly in order to provoke debate or test the strength of the opposing arguments. Frequently in to play devil’s advocate.
“devil’s advocate, n.” OED Online, Oxford University Press, June 2017, www.oed.com/view/Entry/54284170. Accessed 25 September 2017.

I want to say right now that this art blog is not canon. Well, parts of it are roughly based on canon. None of them are transforming devil things. I’m not entirely sure how the comic will actually work since the current chapter has almost nothing to do with the main arc. I guess the story has to start somewhere. I feel like I’m writing into characters that I’m going to drop soon is really weird, but I don’t think I can really use them later. I hope it doesn’t feel too disembodied when I forget certain characters. I’m posting on a weird day because I forgot to post on Friday.

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