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Freehold DM wrote:
I think that was part of a physically published item only, but I'm not sure.
Correct. Start of Darkness is a mostly B&W softcover that tells the backstory of Redcloak and Xykon.
And it is AWESOME.
But, it's not online, so you have to actually buy the book. Well worth it, though.
heh, ooops, I tried to skim through to see if it wasn't already posted up, then again it was kinda in response to that new 763 thread someone created recently. alas, I missed it. I blame the holiday shopping today at the mall, it adds years to one's life! ;_;
+1! This is definitely not a G-rated comic. (Thanks the gawds!)
Whited Sepulcher wrote:
Good stuff! I'm really enjoying how this plotline is going. Durkon is right though, this segment is going a bit long. :-D
In a good way. This is huge character development for Elan.
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Not gonna lie... if I had that much gold I'd try it once...
Don't do it you might get goldbugs.
Dude, that is just wrong.
# 769 I fully endorse Ian's policy vis-a-vis the stuffed shirts.
Played a LE psychic warrior in a party. One of the other players was playing a silver dragon hatchling. When we were thinking of names for the group, I suggested 'Company of the Silver Dragon.' The rest of the party liked it. My character went out and bought everyone tabbards with a silver dragon rampant on them as the logo, introduced the party this way, etc.
It wasn't until I got a clasp for my cloack of resistance that looked like a silver dragon in flight when closed that the palyer went "Hey! Are you trying to make Nimubs a target?"
I smiled, "Why Jeff. Would Shadrach ever do something like that?"
Jason Nelson wrote:
Seems like Haley's relatives have the same class ability Miko had where they can jump as far as they want... but only to conclusions! :)
Power Word Unzip wrote:
She's outside the anti-magic zone, so it's the effect of the glibness potion. Even when she's talking with Elan in the next to last panel 767 her words are orange.
The black raven wrote:
That was the meaning I extrapolated from it, too.
Still, I think it's pretty obvious that Haley wouldn't consider extolling Elan's virtues to her father a lie.
Is there some other reason, then, that she doesn't want Elan to know that the potion can be used to reinforce the truth?