“They made a tomb in 900 BC with a trap that spawns Nazi tanks?”
That was the best line in the strip. It’s a true pity it overshadows Lewis’ line, “I don’t think I’m pretty enough to take on ALL of them.”
Although I’m sure there are some readers with photographic imaginations who’d disagree…
Lewis needs an INT boosting item stat. Maybe Emma will trade one for a bonus decade on the couch and the phone number for a junk food delivery service?
Lewis needs to embrace his redshirt status and go die so the rest of the team can get away. ^^
There is this absolutely… horrid mental image in my head now…
For the love of god someone please remove it…?
I have some eggnog left over from last year. Although that may remove your temporal lobe as well.
It may be worth it.
“That’s quitter talk. Get out there and shake it for Uncle Sam.”
If Nelson works for the Gov., that line explains a lot about bureaucrats…
it is such a good line though
Maybe Nelson needs to use the staff, summon a genie… oh wait, this is one of Frank’s adventures. I’m sure that’s bound to backfire. :p
I have to disagree:
Using a magic item in a setting of selective magic to summon a magical entity fond of elemental fire is bound to backfire.
Unless your GM is done trying.
also remember what game their playing. That like playing call of cuthlu and not expecting the monsters to kill you.
Also is there an magic item that didn’t end badly. The ark had melting faces, heart stone rip out hearts/mind control so 50/50. the holy grail could heal but ended up destroying the entire place and leaving a knight trapped in a room for over 100 years… and the crystal skull gave us the fourth movie. so mostly bad when magic is involved.
Wow, this strip makes it seem like Frank isn’t babysitting a bunch of munchkins for once. But I’m sure they’ll be back to their usual game-wrecking, DM-annoying selves in the next one.
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