On Monday Nov 10th, Nahast: Lands of Strife broke the 1,000 daily visits ceiling by recording 1,023 visitors to the site just one week after celebrating its 6th anniversary. Since the comic started in 2002, attendance has been slow but steady, gaining a small but loyal following that has been steadily growing over the years. In 2008, Nahast made the leap from its humble origins at Comic Genesis and to its current home in the SpiderForest community, followed soon after by its affiliation to Palace in the Sky. I can attribute this growth to a more aggressive advertising campaign, the support of the SpiderForest and Palace in the Sky member comics and a more stable updating schedule, which has previously suffered from several tumbles and delays as life interferes with the eternal quest for the Right Way To Do The Art, particularly as I consider myself more a writer who learned to draw than an artist with a story, and I’m always experimenting new tricks and techniques. The comic’s sister site: Chronicles of the 5th Age, has stalled for the last several months, but is looking at a revival soon, along with the opening of the third member of the overall Nahast project: Heroes and Legends, a site devoted to the role-playing and world-building aspects of the story, which were moved out of the comic’s site proper so they could have their own space and will include maps (finally!), a more detailed history of the world, a gazzeteer of the most important nations and rules for including parts of Nahast’s elements into role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons. Reaching this milestone is encouraging; it means a lot to an author to know that his work is enjoyed by other people, and hopefully, the 2,000 mark will not take another 6 years to reach.