Before you get out of hand let me explain. The next part of the webcomic is not Chapter 4 of Ex Dynamis Chaos, but Chapter 1 of A Hymn of Valor. There are several reasons for this, but most importantly it’s because of how closely these stories are tied to each other. A Hymn of Valor is the first story I have ever written and set up a lot of the framework of the world itself. But don’t worry, just because it was originally written a long time ago doesn’t mean I haven’t refined it recently from a more experienced adult perspective. You will see a chapter of this story after ever third chapter of Ex Dynamis Chaos, so I hope you enjoy the tale of the year 2001.
I hope you all enjoyed Chapter 3 of Ex Dynamis Chaos. As always there will be a Terzich’s Codex next upload and then we’ll start into the next story. It won’t be the next chapter of EDK, but it does closely tie into everything, so be patient because the lore of the world is building now. After that we’ll basically be done with Volume 1 of EDK and Volume 2 will begin. As per the norm, if you really enjoy EDK and want to support it you can subscribe to this Patreon or make a one-time donation to Paypal. Otherwise, please share the comic with your friends and we’ll see you next time.
And now we begin the 3rd chapter. In this one, The Metal is accompanied by a member of the crew that had been out of town up until this part of the story and they have to confront an underground fighting ring operated entirely within a subspace highway located in Oakcliff, Texas. It’ll be a fairly dark chapter, yet rather colorful as the cover suggests. Hope you enjoy, and be sure to use the navigation hotlinks to catch up if this is your first time here at Ex Dynamis Chaos!
Monday’s page will be pushed back to Friday because Terzich will be indisposed. It should be the last page of the chapter. For more EDK related material catch us on any of our social media or check out our DeviantArt which now has character concept art for the comic.
Sorry for no pages last week. I have been drawing them nonstop since February and no internet access anyway, so I decided to take a break. I did work on some other projects though, so heads up for future stuff. ~Malcolm Terzich