Script for this strip:
Trust the DM
Script: Roger Briant (Alacrity)
Art: Lance Card (Bromern Sal)
Roger's thoughts for this strip:
Alacrity and Bromern take on another old module in Slime is Slime. Hope you enjoy
Lance's thoughts for this strip:
Had a little time on my hands.
Keywords/tags for this comic: mythbreakers, rpg, d&d, monsters, castle, amber, slime, pudding, ooze
Al in Bro in a standard 10' wide corridor. A door is in one wall behind
them and other doors in the distance.
Bro: Continuing in our examination of old modules, we present a closed room mystery.
Al: In an adventure published in the 80's, there is a particularly unusual room.
Al swings open doorway. Room inside has a bright green floor and a black ceiling.
There is a stone dais in the centre of the room with a grey stone chest on top.
Bro: In this castle, trapped for supposedly hundreds years is a room with green slime on
the floor, black pudding on the ceiling and grey ooze covering the chest.
Al: Let's see what happens when we leave them alone - can they exist together?
Al: This time, we will leave the room for a period of time instead of trying to simulate
Bro close up
Bro: Let's see what happens after six months.
NF: Sign on doorway "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL" and a date counter beside it rolling
Al and Bro beside the door. Counter reads 0's all across.
Al: Six months and we will see what we have left.
NF: Door opens, inside there are three slime "men" dressed in suits, holding cell phones
to their ears. One is bright green, one is deep black and one is oozy grey.
Green: If you want my client's exclusive when she is out of rehab, I need six figures.
Black: No no no, this is a different sex tape. Much better than the last one.
Grey: My client doesn't work in films unless she is the first name on the billing.
Pull back to Al and Bro outside the door, slime agents still visible.
Al: There you have it folks. Slime is slime, no matter how long you leave it.
Green: 20G'S!! My client wouldn't take off her shirt for 20G's!!
Bro: Ummm...What are those suits mode of? Military grade polyester?
Originally posted on September 29th, 2014