Panels 3 through 8 are single moments over the course of the same day. Feel free to have the day's progress visible in the amount of light in the background of those panels. Panels 1 and 2 are in the morning; panels 9 and 10 are the night of that same day.
1 - Delilah Dirk and Erdemoglu Selim sit around a camp fire, drinking some of Selim's delicious tea in the early morning. Delilah wears a relaxed expression; Selim cocks an eyebrow inquisitively in response to her words.
DELILAH: I've come to a decision.
DELILAH: If we are to be traveling companions, I think it would be prudent for you to learn how to defend yourself in the event of a fight.
SELIM: We do seem to get up to an awful lot of those.
2 - Delilah is up and on her feet, offering a hand to help Selim up.
DELILAH: Exactly. And while your delicious tea is most appreciated, it might not be enough when we're starring down fifty hostile swords.
SELIM: This is also true.
3 - Selim stands holding a sword. It is still in its hilt. Delilah looks disappointed in the background.
CAPTION: And so
4 - Selim, a look of panic on his face, swings the sword wildly at a nearby buzzing bee, missing every time. Delilah looks on in a mixture of disappointment and frustration.
5 - Selim, looking confused, holds his jacket out, a big wide gash cut through it.
DELILAH (off-panel): No
6 - Delilah is crouched in front of a tree, a look of surprise on her face. Above her, Selim's sword is embedded within the wood, as she has just managed to ducked under it. Selim stands a few feet away, looking incredibly shocked and embarrassed.
7 - Selim runs away from the bee from panel 5. Delilah facepalms in the background.
8 - Selim and Delilah look up at the top of a tall tree, where the sword is impaled deep into the top of it. They are both quite confused as to how this could have happened.
DELILAH: I don't even.
9 - The end of the long day. Selim and Delilah are sitting around the same campfire as in panel 1 (although its flame is far more brilliant now that it is night). Selim is tired and his clothing is scuffed up from the exertion. Delilah is in similar circumstances.
DELILAH: I've come to a much better decision.
10 - Close-up of Delilah's hands holding that warm and steaming cup of tea.
DELILAH (off-panel): Delicious tea is more than enough.
SELIM (off-panel): Agreed.
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