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We are ready to see the kid’s charred, mangled corpse now.
judging from the last page, I’d say it’s still airborne.
If I were pacing a landing, I’d have put it in the background of the last panel here – so maybe something else happened to him.
We’re not asking for much!
Look, you don’t have to use the whole kid if you don’t want to…
(Kidding. This kid is great. He reminds me a bit of Charles from The Tick.)
Hello! ma baby,
Hello! ma honey,
Hello! ma ragtime gal,
Send me a kiss by wire,
Baby my heart’s on fire!
If you refuse me,
Honey, you loose me.
Then you’ll be left alone.
Oh baby, telephone
And tell me I’m
Remember kids : don’t get the special. It really does a number on you.
Ohhhhh! I was wondering what the alt-text was referencing. Damn, that brings me back.
I know of Michigan J. Frog, but how does he tie in to the alt-text?
From “one froggy evening” his first appearance.
Ugh, that was meant to come with an explanation.
The gag with Michigan J. Frog is that he only sings and dances for a single individual, when out of sight of others. Subsequently, any attempts to tell others of the frogs unusual characteristics make the person appear to be joking at best and insane at the worst. Usually on the latter end.
Frigg then beat the frog to death in frustration…
Hahaha! But you know he’s just gonna keep on comin’ back! How d’you think the frog has survived at least two centuries in a cornerstone? The frog is immortal, man!
“Goddammit..!” *squish* “..stop..” *squish* “comin’..” *splat* “…back..” *blrrt* “..to..” *blish* “..LIFE! DIE! GODDAMMIT DIE!!!!” *squish-splat-squorsch-smik-SMAKKKK!!*
I coulda sworn the alt-text was talking about the Brothers Grimm.
It’s not easy being the first unlocked force user—er whoops, wrong game. Meant Paladin.
Frigg, I know that you’re going to hate hearing this, but…
I think that it is time for you to do science to this problem.
Sorry, her triggers seem to be pain & frustration… and heaping measure of rage.
No science there.
It’s simple, Frigg’s crazy! First she hears voices, then starts seeing thing…
“…’coz I’m Seeing Things, believe me, I ain’t never seen before..!”
Anybody else remember the rest of the theme song? I’m drawing a blank…
Good stuff, as always.
C’mon, kids! Clap your hands if you believe!
Frigg probably wouldn’t like it if you called her a fairy.
Frigg *really* needs to have a talk with Gravedust about what’s happening to her.
Unfortunately Gravedust seems to not have seen her all glowy.
My money says Gravedust knows, but he’s letting her figure it out for herself, what with faith being a personal thing. She’ll figure it out when she’s ready.
I’m not too sure if Gravey is the best person to get ‘the talk’ from, but then I guess tracking her parents down would be too much trouble
He’s the perfect one to give Frigg the ‘talk!’ He’s not into sugar-coating anything and we all know Frigg’s got more spice than nice.
…and don’t any of you DARE break into crappy Spice Girls lyrics!
That’d be more of a Rachel-thing, anyway. ‘Though, she’d prolly try to impress Frigg with how “cool” and bad-ass she really is and embarrass herself with Avril Lavigne lyrics…
Imna go weep now.
Soooo… now that the Boss Fight is over, does Bandit get an apology?
either that or a funeral…
Clearly, Frigg has somehow come into possession of the fabled Snuffleupagus Mace.
Otherwise, she’s more like Super Grover, right?
Suuuure, you could use all your fancy magic and weapons and whatnot… or ya could use…. THE WOBBAJACK!
I just love Frigg’s face when Rachel comes skipping over.
Do not want!
Great avatar for that comment.
Between Rachel and Frigg, it’s debatable who believes more in her powers.
Frigg’s faith in herself may be second to nun.
I’m not sure that mace the grade.
How often have people compared Rachel and Frigg to Marcie and Peppermint Patty?
“I believe you, sir.”
“Stop calling me ‘sir!’”
Nothing like the aftermath of a good, rough hellfuck. I feel that, in order to convert the unbelievers, she’ll probably have to suplex a train or some such.
First you place a Paladin in a box with a vial of poison…
…okay, I can’t think of the rest of the joke but it ends in Missionary Super-Position.
Half a Gold Star.
So, perhaps a silver or bronze star?
I think you mean that you either have or haven’t given Timelost a gold star, but nobody will know until they look.
Ummm… is this a “Schroedinger’s Paladin” thing? ..where at any given time, if you open the box, the Paladin could be dead or alive..? At least the Paladin has more understanding of the situation than the cat…
No see, until the box is opened the Paladin is NEITHER dead nor alive, and thus in a Missionary Superposition between the two.
aaahhhhhhh….. I understand now. Therefore my previous understanding was a fawlty superposition. My bad.
“Great. She survived.”
Magick Supershit (Su): At 10th level and above, the crusader gains the powerful but unpredictable ability to smite her enemies, causing 1d6 points of divine damage per crusader level in addition to her normal damage with a single attack. However, she cannot activate this ability on her own; the DM decides when it activates.
I’d allow it.
Think it should be more of a roll to active, roll for damage and sustainablity roll.
It’s not just great Frigg. It’s Fan-Frigging-tastic.
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