Part of me is super tempted to end the storyline here, as it would be quite the note to end on.
Also, it would mean I could start my Christmas break early (I'm taking this Friday, Saturday, and next Monday and Tuesday off).
BUT NO! This storyline might be near its end, but this isn't the "dun dun dun" we're ending on, darn it.
How do I even
Like many things that were difficult to figure out, the end result looks simple.
Figuring out how the heck I was going to convey what I wanted in those last four panels, however, took a while, and the ideas took on many forms.
In one version, it was described by someone who watched it happen over a camera. I might've actually gone with that if I were willing to establish there were cameras by the entrances, but part of the issue there was establishing that there were ONLY cameras by the entrances without it being the most awkward dialogue ever spoken by a human.
And then I thought people might wonder about the incident with Abraham the previous year, and whether the cameras were new, and I'd want to establish THAT, and...
IT WAS TELLING INSTEAD OF SHOWING ANYWAY THIS IS BETTER LET'S MOVE ON