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    Ok last one from me.... from the Goblins web comic

    I wish i could press snowflakes in a book like flowers.
    Some people are like glow sticks. You just wanna snap 'em and then shake the heck out of them until the lights come on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiliconScout View Post
    You want funny you gotta read through the entire comic series on this site. Warning though it's in reverse order so the first comic is @ the bottom of the page. You can work your way forward from there though.

    Basic idea is LOTR doesn't exist at all and it's actually a DnD Campaign with a rail roading DM.

    Here's a sample, it was the 4th comic in the series the whole thing very much worth reading though.

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    Here's the first installment of a Star Wars based strip that I read every day. They started in 2007 with Ep. 1 (first "new" trilogy movie) and are currently demolishing Ep. 4. It's amazing how similar the imagry is with the plot going in all different directions from the original.

    http://www.darthsanddroids.net/episodes/0001.html

    The fun thing is that the strip is written as a fictional tabletop D&D group, complete with "real life" drama between the characters happening between strips. It also has some snarky commentary about the player/DM relationship in general, usually with every strip.
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    LOl funny you mention them. They were/are fans of the other site and when his DM of the Rings was done they asked him if he was going to do more. He said no so they took it to do the Darth's and Droids.

    I also read that comic as Shamus highly recommended them.
    I wish i could press snowflakes in a book like flowers.
    Some people are like glow sticks. You just wanna snap 'em and then shake the heck out of them until the lights come on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiliconScout View Post
    LOl funny you mention them. They were/are fans of the other site and when his DM of the Rings was done they asked him if he was going to do more. He said no so they took it to do the Darth's and Droids.

    I also read that comic as Shamus highly recommended them.
    Yeah. I found DM of the Rings via this site. I do like the "comic book" page style on DotR, but I also like the behind-the-scenes commentary on D&D.

    I originally found D&D via "Irregular Webcomic", a photographed lego figure set of strips with different story arcs (currently in repeat mode), by one of the group working on D&D... These guys are apparently scientists in Austrailia.
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    I've got no other jokes, but since some are posting gaming fantasy web-comics I thought I'd share a personal favourite of mine, "Looking for Group" http://www.lfgcomic.com/page/1

    Good, funny stuff, with long story arcs.

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    Great D&D video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBEka-RIy1Y - 8-bit D&D

    Enjoy.
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    Here one from today´s pen&paper run:

    What is an enfeebled Beholder called?

    A Dumb-Sphere

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    http://www.kodtweb.com/

    Just a small sample of the greatest comic ever written!

    EDIT: Just had to add this one - http://www.kodtweb.com/2011/05/20/lair-of-the-gazebo-3/ - Now go to Ataraxia!

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    The story of my DnD life right here, though my DM would look them up. We didn't call him "The Butcher" for nothing!



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    I wish i could press snowflakes in a book like flowers.
    Some people are like glow sticks. You just wanna snap 'em and then shake the heck out of them until the lights come on.

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    OK .. OK last one but it seems appropriate somehow ...



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    I wish i could press snowflakes in a book like flowers.
    Some people are like glow sticks. You just wanna snap 'em and then shake the heck out of them until the lights come on.

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    see link in my sig.

    LONG list of things that this guy's DM has told him he is "not allowed" to do.

    sorta like Skippy's List, but for RPGs.
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    First thought of the elder Dragon upon seeing the heroic Knight arriving in full plate mail: Oh no, not again canned food!
    And what´s a Dwarf in full Dwarven Plate Mail called by dragons? Iron Ration.

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    A barbarian walks up to one of the accessory vendors in the marketplace to get a Barbie doll for his daughter. So he asks the vendor, "How much is Barbie?"

    "Well," she says, "we have Barbie Goes to the Gym for 90 plat, Barbie Goes to the Ball for 90 plat, Barbie Goes Shopping for 90 plat, Barbie Goes to the Beach for 90 plat, Barbie Goes Nightclubbing for 90 plat, and Divorced Barbie for 1690 plat."

    "Hey, hang on," the barbarian asks, "why is Divorced Barbie 1690 plat when all the others are only 90 plat?"

    "Yeah, well, it's like this....Divorced Barbie comes with Ken's house, Ken's car, Ken's boat, Ken's furniture..."

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    How many dwarves does it take to screw in a lightbulb ?!?
    Three. Two to get a ladder under it, one to try to climb up until he realizes the ladder is bugged.
    How many dwarves does it take to screw in a lightbulb ?!?
    Three. Two to get a ladder under it, one to try to climb up until he realizes the ladder is bugged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gkar View Post
    LMAO, thanks
    Holy smokes - you're back?

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    I think I got this one here. Or some place related to here.

    2225 things Mr. Welch can no longer do during an RPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlander View Post
    Holy smokes - you're back?

    Haven't seen you post in ages! WB!
    Highlander, sorry to spoil the fun. Look at the date of the post.

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    A member of a dnd group dies unexpectedly and his good friend goes to a medium and takes part in a séance his dead friends tells him I have good news and bad news for you. Good news yes there is dnd after death bad news your gming next week.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phaeton_Seraph View Post
    I think I got this one here. Or some place related to here.

    2225 things Mr. Welch can no longer do during an RPG
    Why not?

    Most of the things on that list I either had done, or seen someone else do. For example, I played with an elf named Legolam; same party also had a dwarf named Mugobeer.
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