Naga

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Naga is one of the main characters in the [[Does Not Play Well With Others]] comic, the latest addition to the [[Poe-verse]].  From waist up she's a human female (with some interesting anatomical enhancements), while from waist down, she's a giant rattlesnake.  This is sensible enough given the real-life meaning of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N%C4%81ga "Nāga"], not to mention all of the fantasy novels, comics, etc., where similarly snakey nagas appear.  She shares a house with fellow DNPWWO pioneering character [[Fran]].
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Naga is one of the main characters in the [[Does Not Play Well With Others]] comic, the latest addition to the the works of [[Michael Poe]].  From waist up she's a human female (with some interesting anatomical enhancements), while from waist down, she's a giant rattlesnake.  This is sensible enough given the real-life meaning of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N%C4%81ga "Nāga"], not to mention all of the fantasy novels, comics, etc., where similarly snakey nagas appear.  She shares a house with fellow DNPWWO pioneering character [[Fran]].
First seen [http://www.errantstory.com/comic.php?date=2007-12-25 here], and subsequently in the extensive series of filler art written by [[Michael Poe | Poe]] during his May 2008 get-caught-up hiatus in [http://www.errantstory.com/ Errant Story].
First seen [http://www.errantstory.com/comic.php?date=2007-12-25 here], and subsequently in the extensive series of filler art written by [[Michael Poe | Poe]] during his May 2008 get-caught-up hiatus in [http://www.errantstory.com/ Errant Story].

Current revision as of 04:58, 4 October 2011

Naga is one of the main characters in the Does Not Play Well With Others comic, the latest addition to the the works of Michael Poe. From waist up she's a human female (with some interesting anatomical enhancements), while from waist down, she's a giant rattlesnake. This is sensible enough given the real-life meaning of "Nāga", not to mention all of the fantasy novels, comics, etc., where similarly snakey nagas appear. She shares a house with fellow DNPWWO pioneering character Fran.

First seen here, and subsequently in the extensive series of filler art written by Poe during his May 2008 get-caught-up hiatus in Errant Story.

We're learning more about Naga (and the other DNPWWO characters) as DNPWWO proceeds, so if you're on board as a Lab Assistant, please expand this article. She's ... interesting.

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