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Fromper wrote:
Durkon's busy elsewhere,

He has to visit the Temple of Thor eventually. That's his job!

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and I can't imagine V getting drunk.

Even better.


I prefer we not imagine the wizard that almost had god-like power and killed like TONS of Black Dragons...not get drunk.

As for Durkon, I'm sure playing with his kid takes up some time too.

Silver Crusade

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
As for Durkon, I'm sure playing with his kid takes up some time too.

Yup. The entire point of this interlude is that the rest of the team are killing time while waiting for the team clerics (note the plural) to say their goodbyes and gather their stuff.

Silver Crusade

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Oh, them again. Good to see a long-idle plot thread coming back to the fore.


Yeah I'm happy to see My Three Fiends doing what they do best.


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HEY HEY HEY a moment of silence for the Doomed sparkly boys please.


Vid,

I don't care much for what amounts to excess carbon...or whatever.


Hey your Carbon too Thomas-san!


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Yes but I also have an energy sub-type. :p ;)


1184: Regeneration Gap.

I was wondering if Rich was going to address this!

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Silly human ideas :-D


Durkon just needs to tell her that, even if she never gets her arm back in life, she still isn't going to have any proof that she never let go when she finally goes to Valhalla. After all, Durkula got vaporized when he died, and dead!Durkon had a whole body.


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I don't know what Durkon's thinking, to be honest. If you're a PC or an important NPC who's missing an appendage or an eye, the odds are that you're somehow going to get something cooler than what you were born with if you wait long enough.


Andostre wrote:
I don't know what Durkon's thinking, to be honest. If you're a PC or an important NPC who's missing an appendage or an eye, the odds are that you're somehow going to get something cooler than what you were born with if you wait long enough.

And sometimes, replacements become available before you've even lost the original appendage. Like the Head of Vecna.

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Tectorman wrote:
Andostre wrote:
I don't know what Durkon's thinking, to be honest. If you're a PC or an important NPC who's missing an appendage or an eye, the odds are that you're somehow going to get something cooler than what you were born with if you wait long enough.
And sometimes, replacements become available before you've even lost the original appendage. Like the Head of Vecna.

That is the funniest story Ever!

(In fairness, the heads of those PCs were defective.)


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Honestly I just like how Mamma Durkon is like all the best and worst mom tropes in one. :)

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Elan, Haley and Roy were all about their dads. Good to have Durkon's mom for some balance. V was about their mate and children. It's all about family, even Redcloak.

Belkar likely sprang fully-formed from the South end of the alignment pool though ;-)


Belkar is all about breaking the tropes one would expect of a halfling that's not a rogue.


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Being both the best and worst at something at the same time does sound amazingly dwarfy.


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I'm going to go out on a "limb" on this and agree with you.


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Sharoth wrote:
I'm going to go out on a "limb" on this and agree with you.

Meh. Sorry, but that only gets one thumbs up.


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I have to HAND it to you for those puns!


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I am too stumped to come up with any more puns.


Sharoth wrote:
I am too stumped to come up with any more puns.

In fairness, it was better than nubbin'.


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Tectorman wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I am too stumped to come up with any more puns.
In fairness, it was better than nubbin'.

I have a bone to pick with you.

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I am disarmed by this charming conversation.

It almost regenerates this thread.


Lord Fyre wrote:

I am disarmed by this charming conversation.

It almost regenerates this thread.

Agreed. It'd be a shame if it were to be abbreviated too soon.

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Tectorman wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

I am disarmed by this charming conversation.

It almost regenerates this thread.

Agreed. It'd be a shame if it were to be abbreviated too soon.

No need to cut this off yet.


I say that we cut off this pun war.

Dark Archive

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It's just 'armless fun.


Your retort is disarming.

Dark Archive

Eh, it was just an off-hand comment.


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Yes, but it sundered the conversation.

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...
(the new strip cannot come fast enough)
...

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Chris Mortika wrote:

...

(the new strip cannot come fast enough)
...

We need to chop off that thought before it gets too far.


Cave in those thoughts!


Sharoth wrote:
Cave in those thoughts!

Rubble-ish, I say! Rubble-ish and boulderdash!

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Tectorman wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Cave in those thoughts!
Rubble-ish, I say! Rubble-ish and boulderdash!

We should not let the delay (in the next installment) crush our spirit!


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There is an avalanche of posts here...

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Feros wrote:
There is an avalanche of posts here...

They just keep rolling.

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(I'm afraid my protests have simply made them boulder.)


You did axe for it.

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Sharoth wrote:
You did axe for it.

(Now, you're reaching.)


Lord Fyre wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
You did axe for it.
(Now, you're reaching.)

I am just grasping for what I can.

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Sharoth wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
You did axe for it.
(Now, you're reaching.)
I am just grasping for what I can.

I do believe that the subject has been well and truly crushed.


If the new comic doesn't come soon, then we are going to have to bury this thread.


If we're going to be evil

then do it right


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I do hope that the next comic strip dwarfs this one.

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The new strip is up. And not a moment too soon!

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