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  Credits:
Script: Roger Briant (Alacrity)
Art: Brittany Connolly (Jing)

Roger's thoughts for this strip:
Based on an actual conversation in a recent game. Party getting a tad twitchy. Our guest artist this week is Joy Willard of Breaking the Fourth fame. Thanks Celeste!


Keywords/tags for this comic: dead, Dm, Ad&d, Floyd, Hobart, Professional, DM

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Script for this strip:
P1: Wait a minute, they’re dead right?
FH: Well of course...
P2: No, really, they are dead?

FH: Dead. I said they were dead.

P1: But do you mean dead or dead dead?
FH: What’s the difference? Dead dead? Dead is dead right.

P3: He means really dead.
P4: As in not getting back up.

FH: They are really dead.
P1: Dead dead?
FH: As dead as this conversation.

Originally posted on May 9th, 2012





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