New Comics Every Weekday - Written by T Campbell & Phil Kahn - Illustrated by John & Jason Waltrip
Good to see Bandit recovered from her injuries.
I see several pages of interesting “On Paper Only” story to this when the book comes out.
Part of me’s still waiting for “varryn” to turn out to be a seed she planted in his chest while he was sleeping.
“Oh, look at the cute little human. It can’t even word right. It’s like a pug.”
It think it’s people.
Looks like the Grave-meister is sitting this one out.
He did say as much.
Ah, but does the Wookie get a medal, too?
… Wait, no, wrong work of fiction.
Yes, Scipio is there too
He’ll get his wreathe when the little dude next to him figures out how to reach.
then he’ll get his lay.
Oh Byron, you’re such a sap.
“It’s like, you need to be the, uh, oak trees, right, and we need to be like the, uh, kudzu, uh, wait no, that’s gross, isn’t it?”
Well, it fits what he was doing in the battle.
The sap was running through the trees.
Wait, you mean my science teacher was right when she said botany would be crucial to my success someday!? Dammit!
I can see where this is all going, and I approve wholeheateredly.
Can I get one of those leafy robes? those are badass.
I’m expecting Syr to blush at what he just said, and her mum to look shocked and slap his face.
How DARE you talk about our flax in such a public forum!
(I’ll show you wehere my flax grows afterwards)
~~Someone has no ranks in Diplomacy!~~
I think he failed his knowledge (nature) check too.
“What I’m really trying to say, here, is that we still need to hit LOTS OF DUDES WITH AXES.”
In panel 3, E-Merl is saying that left word balloon sequence, correct?
No, that is his crotch making the comments…
MY GOD YOU’RE RIGHT!
“It’s not over yet” – does it still think it’s gonna get lucky with Rachel?
I think Syr is prompting Byron.
That was my thought, too…but except for “Both,” none of his speech matches up with what she was saying…I’m really not sure WHAT she was doing there…
This speech was Byron’s crowning achievement.
Agreed you have no idea how hard pulbic speaking is for those who normally let their actions do the talking. Course just think how much better off we would all be if more politicians where of this type.
Ah, but you wouldn’t vote for them. That type of politician wouldn’t promise free stuff.
Byron could’ve at least promised never to jack another piece of lumber again.
His speech teacher was Gladys Overwith.
Ah, you don’t want him out of the lumber-jacking game, then he’d just be resting on his laurels.
But he’d be OK. At least in the eyes of the wood elves.
Ah yes. The lesser known method of diplomacy. The one that doesn’t involve stabbing. Mockery! Nothing says “we should be friends” like peppering your speech with clever wordplay about hippies.
if you can’t convince em, incompetence em!
Hey, everyone’s getting lei’d!
No, they’re getting flowered.
Byron, leaf the plant metaphors to the professionals.
That crown of twigs triggered his PTSD. He was back to being weird antlered Byron again. Kinda looks like it in panel 3.
Rangers make pretty poor duel weilders anyway.You might make it work as a Barbarian, Whirling Frenzy variant partiularly, but the kings of Duel Weilding are Sneak Attackers. This is from a D&D 3.5 perspective.
Fighters make insane dual wielding characters, as well, thanks to all their extra proficiencies. A human fighter can be buckling swashes like a madman by level 3.
It’s all about the Fighter/Assassin dual-wielders. Almost full attack bonus + sneak attack on every hit + the ability to cast haste and improved invisibility on yourself = death machine.
I stand by vorpal, keen rapiers wielded by two-weapon rogues with just enough levels in temple raider to get dimension door. They’re invisible, they teleport, and they get 8 attacks to instantly kill one a 15 or up. Just in case the enemy is undead, they also get to sneak attack on all those hits.
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