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Cetus and Andromeda 14 by Kathalia Cetus and Andromeda 14 by Kathalia
The long postponed continuation of the Tale of Cetus and Andromeda. Sacrificing everything to defend their love, the gods take pity on the two and recall the monster to the deep. Now, the two lovers must come to terms with the strange events that left them as they are...

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lpallad Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2011
I just noticed a new thing that I had not noticed before. Cetus has not the reptilian eyes in this design.
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Kathalia Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah. I hadn't noticed that.
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lpallad Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2011
This is to be considered an error. After all, reptilian eyes are one of the things that show better than Andromeda is a human transformed into a dragon while Cetus is a true dragon (another one of those things is that she has the hair and he did not).
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lpallad Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2011
You know, I've come up with a new thing. I think we should do that is also the transformation of she the reason why the gods decide to let live Andromeda and Cetus. After all because of what had happened to her, she was no longer the girl whose beauty had been compared with those of the daughters of Poseidon. By now it was only a creature, and a beast. He could no longer compete with the daughters of Poseidon. Consequently, even this was enough to appease the wrath of the god of the sea (of course we can do that decide to leave them alive also for pity of them).
Put simply, the gods decide to leave alive Cetus and Andromeda is because they have pity on them and because the transformation of Andromeda in Dragoness is sufficient to meet Poseidon because in that form can not be compared to her daughters. In more simple terms, it is similar to what happened to Edward and Bella with the Volturi.
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Kathalia Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This was similar to how i was picturing it. If Andromeda is no longer being compared to Poseidon's daughters, then he might be lenient. Add in their sacrifices for each other and they may come out all right!
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lpallad Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011
Very well. Ah, among the pages future you should also make that Cetus who teaches at Andromeda how be a dragon. And at live as a dragon.
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lpallad Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2011
Very cute. ^_^

Ah, For when you continues the story: When the two discuss the thing, Cetus must clarify with Andromeda that him too is confused and surprised about what is happened to her.
Cetus must make understand Andromeda, he doesn't know how this transformation could have happened. Also promises that if he was able to turn she when he wanted, he would never have done nothing without asking and obtain her permission.
Of course this happen in the next page.
Here just happen that the monster go away, and Cetus and Andromeda begin to deal with the her transformation. Maybe here you can also start putting also their private thoughts. And the reaction of Cetus in recognizing Andromeda in the her new form.
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