hmmm. they managed to get quite far from where the sandwich must have landed.
As I understand it they only needed the Handy signal to get “out” of the titan. Moving in the wood was not the issue, but getting through that Titans Anti-Teleport Skin was. Luckily it was not mobile phone proof.
Unleash the cyber zombie nano infected sandwich and devour all the meat bags in the near by area! Mu Ha Ha Ha HA!
Or just cut to “Why you should be careful with magic” lesson to the rest of the general public as we jump to the next world.
Well, the sword’s still in the tree…
They must some powerful mean racoons in those parts.
Yeah, they’re Ghibli raccoons. Death by magic scrotum.
dire racoons, straight out of the D&D monster manual. Up to eleven.
The pathfinders in this world must have some pretty wierd kind of merit badges. Kinda like archievements in a modern game. Except for the one life and no save feature.
And the less said about the vorpal squirrels, the better.
“about a hundred jumpy survivors” = “about a hundred people who really want to have a talk with Mageforce about company policies”
Unless they just want to hide and forget about Mageforce.
My guess is mageforce will sue them because they didn’t let themselves be killed. I think we still have some dangling plot events. and I lost track of why they were here!
“I lost track of why they were here!”
That’s fine… I’m thinking that they have, too.
They were taking a train to the next world only to have it blow up… Then that portal out of there lead them to an army of angry dwarves that wanted to kill them… which then lead to a forest without any people… which lead to this current situation.
I’d say it’s about the same level as when they tried to leave their world and had their plan be attack by giant monsters. Blame the narrative and the force that drives it.
How very Weyland Corporation of them!
I suspect something is up…..
Very Suspicious of Maga saying “It won’t take long.”
Yea! The Elf-Lady-Knight has a name, or at least a last name. I’m starting to like her… which means she’s probably about to die.
I’ve been reading way too much Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones lately.
Try “Dies the Fire” and the rest of the Emberverse by Stirling. Still lots of dying, but there is hope the survivors can build a better future.
If you’ve read enough of Aaron William’s stuff, you’ll know that characters tend to not die. (Except the ones that commit a critical error, as seen a few times in this comic.) However, our gang will likely leave her behind when they move to the next sphere, so there is likely a point where we won’t be seeing her anymore.
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