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Comic #1179

1 Alvissa: We're too low on supplies to make it over the Orcrift Mountains now.
2 Lambert: We could go back to Footcrag.
3 Alvissa: After incinerating the tavern and being run out of town by a pitchfork-wielding mob?
4 Mordekai: It could still be the best "welcome back" reception we've ever received.
4 Alvissa: Mmm... true...

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2015-08-25 Rerun commentary: Conversation Draak and Kyros are having in the background:

Draak: What you think elf will lead us to do now?
Kyros: What makes you think Alvissa is the leader of our group?
Kyros: Is it some cultural thing that your race always has female leaders?
Draak: No. It thing that we cold bloods have smart chiefs.

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