The Chronicles of Loth pg. 4 ch. 12

Tuesday, the 21st of January at 1:00 AM, 2014 in A Tale of Confliction
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The Chronicles of Loth pg. 4 ch. 12

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EFlint Tuesday, the 21st of January at 1:00 AM, 2014 edit delete
EFlint
Loth is back in her armor, and the last panel is a sort of inside joke. Some people we've played D&D with would spend lots of in-game-money on items that they never planed on using because then they'ed lose it. It's like in Final Fantasy I would save all my elixirs for the final boss when they could be saving my ass a hour in. TWC image is Loth about to burst a button.

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Sokora Tuesday, the 21st of January at 1:10 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Is it me, or is this going to strictly be one on one. Honestly, I like how you simply replaced one evil team with another, like it was nothing. Question is, how will it be different?

By the way, could you have Loth's button burst for the next Vote Incentive?
Guesticus Tuesday, the 21st of January at 11:01 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Who said they were evil? o_O
scriabin Tuesday, the 21st of January at 4:36 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Another evil team? They don't look very evil to me. Could be Cosplayers, by the looks of them.
hkmaly Tuesday, the 21st of January at 7:37 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
I'm not surprised they are not going to risk their golem in _competition_. Which is not even supposed to be to death.
Mr. Grin Tuesday, the 21st of January at 10:09 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
I cant help but see the Golem smiling in panel five.
Guesticus Tuesday, the 21st of January at 10:56 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Even though that is it's eye slot, yes, totally see it smiling (the little black bit above is now it's 'eye', and it has a chin to rival Judge Dredd, Bruce Campbell _and_ Jay Leno :P)
crazyman8472 Tuesday, the 21st of January at 3:00 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
It might not be officially "to the death", but I think that Loth sees it that way. Also, she has a good point about Cade; his weakness cost them dearly in the previous round.
Guesticus Wednesday, the 22nd of January at 8:52 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
No, his weakness gained them future allies (well, not sure about Fire and Ice)
crazyman8472 Friday, the 24th of January at 4:40 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
Allies? What allies? All I saw was grudging respect; *very* grudging. Now, it's time for our heroes to stop fooling around and start leaving a trail of bodies in their wake. :D
Ed8 Thursday, the 23rd of January at 2:21 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
What weakness? It would have been far easier to shoot her. Taking the more difficult path implies strength, rather than weakness. Besides, it didn't cost them anything, since it's pretty clear now that the Royals were going to force them all to fight regardless of what the score was.
Ogre Friday, the 24th of January at 1:02 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
There are different kinds of strength. Cade's refusal to kill in order to win showed moral strength, but his inability to beat his opponent without killing demonstrated a profound lack of combat strength.
Ogre Friday, the 24th of January at 12:59 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Regarding the author's comment about not spending money on items that they risked losing in D&D- that's why you only spent money on stuff that didn't run out of charges or need to be consumed, and looted the rest.