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She might be staying slightly behind in order to not be targeted (so she can raise or otherwise restore folks, as-necessary).

Also, finally caught up, and, man, the maltheism is thick in this thread.

XD


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Hey look there are two parts to my being. One is a 12th level paladin of Torm from 2nd edition. The other is a Death Cleric of Orcus from Greyhawk from 3rd.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
Hey look there are two parts to my being. One is a 12th level paladin of Torm from 2nd edition. The other is a Death Cleric of Orcus from Greyhawk from 3rd.

Second Ed for the Win!

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1162: Helping Out


Durkon's mom took Leadership


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That was awesome!!!


Fighting Earth Elementals; dwarven family fun time. :)

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"It's just part of being a mother." :-D

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Hilgya's the highest level stuck behind the elementals... and the least wise.


Still think that dwarves fighting elementals for family fun sounds good.

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1163: They Stayed Friends Though


~LAUGHTER~ Rich has been waiting a while for that one!


Well to be fair, everyone wants to use Dark Helmet at least ONCE.

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I heard Thad wrote for the final Season of Game of Thrones, of course she broke up with him.


I don't think that was the reason but sure...

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Replication Crisis

So apparently, the plan is to get the dwarves into the voting chamber. Got it.


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Fromper wrote:

Replication Crisis

So apparently, the plan is to get the dwarves into the voting chamber. Got it.

I'm impressed that there's a plan.


Only dwarves can pass through the orange barrier, so it makes sense.

Anyway, I wasn't feeling the last few comics, but this one made me laugh, at least.

Also, Belkar referred to Durkon as his "buddy!" That seems significant from a character development perspective.


I'm feeling the strips for the fact Darkhelm made an appearance.

Also yes, only dwarves can pass through the barrier.

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Thomas Seitz wrote:

I'm feeling the strips for the fact Darkhelm made an appearance.

Also yes, only dwarves can pass through the barrier.

A dwarf who turns around the Main Proposal (so that Yes saves the day) or a dwarf that pretends to be a vampire and the whole Helish plan goes upside down.

Granted, that would require a dwarf well-versed in Trickery ;-)


Raven,

Right now the plan of Hela's is better than the plan of the rest of the gods to just "Let's keep hitting our heads against the wall..."

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Thomas Seitz wrote:

I'm feeling the strips for the fact Darkhelm made an appearance.

Also yes, only dwarves can pass through the barrier.

A dwarf who turns around the Main Proposal (so that Yes saves the day) or a dwarf that pretends to be a vampire and the whole Helish plan goes upside down.

Granted, that would require a dwarf well-versed in Trickery ;-)

Like a priestess of Loki?

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1165: Uphill Struggle


"VHRNNNG!"

For wall of stone?

I can't even.

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Killing two bushes with a stone axe. The dwarven hatred of trees has deep roots indeed :-P


Indeed. Also I like the bard jokes.


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The bard jokes struck a chord with me.

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They will be instrumental.

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Sharoth wrote:
The bard jokes struck a chord with me.

Really? I thought cracking jokes at a time like this was tone deaf.


Wow the music puns are flowing today...


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All these music puns are going to get you guys into treble.

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Seriously? Music puns? Can you all just give it a rest?

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1166: End of Overtime

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1166: End of Overtime

It's easy to misunderstand why dwarves wish to die in combat so badly. Humans and elves don't know about Loki & Hel's deal.


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Dwarves are still weird.

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Death before dishonor.

Today is a good day to die.

I think we can catch the drift pretty well ;-)

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Death before dishonor.

Today is a good day to die.

I think we can catch the drift pretty well ;-)

"Today is a good day to die. You go first."


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Thomas Seitz wrote:

Dwarves are still weird.

Aye lad


Thanks Vid.

In any case I'm pretty sure I need to show this to my friend that showed my that one about dwarves and the digging diggity hole.

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1167: All Downhill


Are we supposed to know who the dwarf with the blue speech bubbles is? Is it a reference to someone from a previous strip I don't remember?

Because as it stands right now, it feels like Burlew is trying to set something up for a post-OotS project.

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They were just introduced.


I mean before this scene. The last few strips. I wasn't very clear.

I remember that some of the characters were just introduced to him, but I'm wondering if the audience has seen him before.

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Last panel of that strip.

"It's OK Durkon. I know what it's like to have a stunning mid-adventure reveal of a previously unknown family member."


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Andostre wrote:

Are we supposed to know who the dwarf with the blue speech bubbles is? Is it a reference to someone from a previous strip I don't remember?

Because as it stands right now, it feels like Burlew is trying to set something up for a post-OotS project.

It's Durkon's cousin's brother-in-law's niece's fiance from a few strips back.


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Also as far as "have we met this guy before?' Andostre, no. But he's clearly a parody of Lord Darkhelm from Spaceballs.

Also it appears quipping isn't a class skill for some clerics...

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Thomas Seitz wrote:

Also as far as "have we met this guy before?' Andostre, no. But he's clearly a parody of Lord Darkhelm from Spaceballs.

Also it appears quipping isn't a class skill for some clerics...

Maybe she didn't put any ranks into it. Clerics--especially low-level clerics--don't have a lot of extra skill ranks to spare.


John,

Maybe so but the fact is clear. Some clerics can quip well. And other...not so much.

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1168: Limited Motions


Any idea what the runes in the chamber mean?

I like to think they say "No one is bellow the law"

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