comics for August 23, 2006 – 08/23/2006
cool!and it’s evil!
Well, the *dragon* said it was, but one begins to wonder who’s side that /nightmarish/ creature was on – the Sword compelled Alex to attack it, if you recall, and everyone here seems to think of the Sword as a good thing…
And, if I recall correctly, the dragon bled green, just as the pirate did…
Yeah, the problem with dragons…they are all too often misunderstood. They are much like people…some are good, some are evil…and guess which one that red dragon falls under?
It must be in marketing
“If anyone here is in marketing or advertising… kill yourself”- Bill Hicks.
No i’m actually in advertising myself lol… I’m still alive… somehow… 😛
Traditionally, red and black dragons in D&D are evil.
I don’t think this operates under D&D laws. To be honest, even though I play it and love it, I would rather this comic didn’t go by D&D logic. Too much fantasy does now, and the whole point of fantasy is that its not like the average, the everyday, and the mundane, and that it expands your horizons
lol, in that last panel, Paddington’s looking at that sword like, “For realz? I could use that think as a toothpick!”
….Lord of the Rings connotations! It’s Aragorn’s sword of kings!
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