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I don't think you know what has transpired in the last few hours. It's nothing dealing with the canon v non-canon discussion we had last night. It deals with something that happened a few hours ago. ~~Karl KrattHyenafur

This is really not appropriate, Karl:

In the comic world, Karl is neither respected nor appreciated due to the continuing debate over Extinctioners canon and non-canon works. In 2007, an offer was made that would potentially canonize Codename Werewolf, but the Offer fell through, potentially jeopardizing the continuation of the comic past Issue 1. If Karl were to have charged for the creation of Werewolf, the total cost would be $580 American Dollars or approximately 14.5 inked works by Shawntae Howard or the total cost of selling 116 copies of the comic.

Please read WikiFur is not a battleground before making any other edits related to this issue. --Lynn Onyx 07:19, 11 January 2007 (UTC)

Followup: I don't care what happened a few hours ago. WikiFur is not a battleground. --Lynn Onyx 07:19, 11 January 2007 (UTC)
To reiterate what Lynn says here, this is not the forum to vent your feelings of injustice. Mr. Howard has posted his final word on the Extinctioners talk page. It's not easy to be a jilted fan, but it'll be ok. From what I've briefly read, it seems like a fine story despite my unfamiliarity with the source material. In the meantime, no sour grapes. If something happened in the past few hours that you felt is important enough to share the fact it happened, then I'm truly sorry. In the meantime, you are a NSCC CPO, a former Air Force cadet and a United States National Guardsman, a member of the oldest and most respected tradition for over 370 years. Of all people, I expect you to conduct yourself with honor and dignity, none more so here.--Kendricks Redtail 09:12, 11 January 2007 (UTC)