Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Page 17

Tenser won the argument, of which he was immediately quite proud. Yrag, after all, had seemed obsessively worried the whole trip with staying undetected or unnoticed. Even Ehlissa seemed to have been swept up in this strange desire for stealth. Tenser had gone along with it at first, but it had become increasingly tiresome as the long march through the rugged terrain continued. Right now, he did not care who they encountered. If an ogre blocked their path, and offered him a comfy chair and a cushion for his feet in its dungeon, Tenser would be tempted to take it up on its offer.

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7 comments:

  1. In other news, after finishing this amazing page, Mike then proceeded to walk on water and catch bullets in his teeth.

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  2. And on the 14th day, he rested.

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  3. I'm really enjoying the additional development and context that you're adding to the story with the introductions to the comic pages, guys. Great stuff! :D

    Allan.

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  4. Aww, shucks! You guys should have let them burn down that fort!

    Mwahahahahahahahahaha!

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  5. You know you're dealing with gamers when they see something made out of wood and their solution is to burn it down.

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  6. Warp wood would preserve the treasure better :D :D

    Allan.

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  7. Burning down the fort would mean the "fixing up" would be exponentially harder.

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