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Comic #1918

1 Villager: Sorry, I don't think we can let you use the teleport gate to Cragfoot.
2 Alvissa: But we've come so far!
3 Villager: Where've you come from just now then?
3 Alvissa: Er... Cragfoot...
4 Villager: What? Across the mountains? Are you crazy?!

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And they haven't told him the whole story yet, either...

2018-12-29 Rerun commentary: I'm seriously tempted to put a pair of villages just like Cragfoot and Footcrag into the current Dungeons & Dragons campaign I'm running.

I'm running a group of friends through the classic A-series "Slave Lords" modules from 1st edition Advanced D&D, which I'm converting to 5th edition on-the-fly (i.e. as I run the game). Fortunately none of them have ever played this series before, so it's all new to them.

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