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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Inter-Chapter Relative Time

- Mon, 04 Nov 2019 04:14:08 EST vZFaPOCI No.2458
File: 1572858848295.jpg -(13124B / 12.82KB, 182x276) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Inter-Chapter Relative Time
Okay, I've got a question for you. The time within a chapter is easy to discern because the panels act as pseudospacetime which give you a tempo. But between chapters settings can vary wildly and sometimes its hard to tell how much time passes in a whole story. So my question is: How do YOU judge how much times passes between chapters? I pretend a week goes by in-universe if its released weekly, a month in-universe if released monthly, and so on.
Betsy Sarringfere - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 22:13:12 EST SL/yKFeE No.2465 Reply
having a hard and fast rule for that is retarded, it obviously depends on the story, sometimes chapters flow into eachother as a single moment, sometimes there's intermediate gaps, sometimes there's sizable time skips

use your context clues and judge by what happens and how much the characters change

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