Hello frosty fans, page 40 is coming in hot, better duck! Little hard to believe we've done forty pages in our Whiteout arc, had no idea it'd be as large as that.
Alright, time to come clean frosty fans, William was diagnosed last year with cancer and will be going in for surgery soon. As such, IronGate will unfortunately be going on hiatus for a little while once again, we're very sorry frosty friends and hope you understand.
We'll see you again tomorrow over on IronGate Extras or later tonight if you've pledged for Early Access on Patreon!
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Well, maybe Addison should take Tracy's advice about seducing hot men (probably starting with Chase... lol).
Cancer SUCKS!!! This past year, I lost one of my best friends AND my mother-in-law to cancer (and the complications thereof). I wish I could say that things will be fine, but I know that William will be going through hell over the next month (or two). That being said...
Things WILL get better post-treatment. Take as much time as you need for recovery. All else is tertiary, at best. If any of you need to talk, please feel free to pm me.
...Did you just 'ship' Addison with Luke?
You, dear Sigpig, have won yourself a sketch with that, let us know what you'd like, can be anyone, not only IronGate characters.
Cancer does suck, and we're sorry to find you suffered so many loses to it. We very sincerely appreciate you taking the time to let us know you're there to talk to should we need to, very kind.
In my mind, that ship has been sailing for quite a while.
Thank you for the offer of a sketch, perhaps one of Addison?
We're both very amused by that, thank you!
Is there anything you'd like Addison to be doing or would you rather William drew whatever comes into his head tomorrow?
And again, if you'd like someone else, it's cool, doesn't have to be an IronGate character.
In that case, how about a sketch of the "ship"?
Hello Sigpig, here's your sketch!
Your comment has made me smile, so thanks! If anyone wants to read about more interactions between Luke and Addison, check out the last two weeks of the IronGate Extras detailing Addison's first trip out amongst regular people in a very long time!
Yep! Those are appreciated :D
At least someone can have some fun. Does not need to be either bored or totally glum or outright hostile... cough.
We did it! Take a look!
OMG! I hope this ship will not sink!
Most of my CF ships hit the iceberg :(
I hope the surgery goes well and that the recovery period is short. Please take as much time as is needed to recover. Even if that means you guys need to extend the hiatus in the future. Health is always more important.
We hope it goes well too, the estimated recovery period is about a month, we're hoping that's right, and don't worry, if we need to extend our hiatus, we will, because you're absolutely right, our health comes first.
She is watching the wrong vampire movies then :O
Sparkly ones lmao :D
Good luck, Will!
As sig said, I also lost people to cancer. You just have to fight it immediately.
Kids often do watch the wrong movies, unless we're talking about kids that watched cool stuff like Hellraiser and Alien!
Thank you for wishing William luck, we very much appreciate it, and thank you for being such a rabid, avid, frosty fan!
Good luck Will on your upcoming surgery and recovery. You have a lot of friends who are rooting for you. Thanks for the posters and CD's. Giving Jacob his posters today. The sketches and story lines are awesome. Keep up the good work.
Thank you very much Jerry, means the world to have so much support, we're glad to hear you're enjoying our IronGate and hope Jacob does as well!
Kids are far more savvy than parents ever know...
I sometimes feel sorry for poor Addison here, being kind of stuck in an earlier age. Of course, it's part of her charm...
And William, I know this is coming in late, but my prayers are with you.
Kids really are more savvy the most people realize, even more so in our modern era where information is so readily available, good or bad.
Addison plays the fish out of water role quite well and we're glad she has been so well received, we both greatly enjoy bringing her to life!
William greatly appreciates your prayers, it really means a lot to him and us to know we have such wonderful, compassionate people reading our IronGate.