Published On: October 11, 2017


Incident 284 Research Notes – 002: A. Fairchilde: Well... at least they're past the "Sparkle in Eye" stage... M. Winsaia: If you want psychological background on the subject, you need to be informed on their family situation. M. Winsaia: I will admit, I didn't expect the Record to be so... thorough. A. Fairchilde: I know that after this incident is wrapped up, I'll want to look into the logic behind the Records search structure. This is pretty advanced. A. Fairchilde: Also, are you watching this? A functioning, beneficial 4-way polyamorous relationship that's rolling after 20 years? I'm going to rub this in Kreel's pompous face when I see him next. Artist’s Notes: Nyancon was awesome last weekend. Tsubasacon should be great this weekend. Gonna go pass out now <3 As always, thanks for watching! It's pretty swell of you.

6 thoughts on “Relocation

  1. Actually, having two houses is probably the smart way to go anyway. Sometimes people just need a bit of space, and having the living space split up a bit is probably a good idea.

    My uncle and aunt live in the house next door to their daughter; they even have a deck that spans between the two houses.

    Don’t discount the ability for a set of parents to get away from the group, either. I’ve known families that hired a babysitter to take the kids to dinner and a movie so the parents could have some “alone time” at home.

    “No, we’re not going anywhere. Here’s $50, take the car and the kids to Pizza Hut and Mulan.” Then mom and dad proceeded to stay home and make their THIRD kid.

    1. YES! Alone time is VERY important. I need my quiet days at least once a fortnight or my stress levels skyrocket.

  2. Zar Kane the Wookie

    Quick question, is she threatening them with sex or bribing them with sex?

    1. Ryan Gindlesperger

      Neither. Just suggesting that if they traded off having the kids, they’d have time for sex. xD

  3. Question, what do “the boys” do for a living? I assume it’s high-tech something, just curious. Do they work together too?

    1. Ryan Gindlesperger

      During the main story, they go on from here to run an independent I.T. solution business in their small town. One of their contracts is with the school. Pretty much, they handle assessments, purchasing, assembling, and a lot of troubleshooting. It keeps them pretty busy.

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