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Comic #2034

1 Villager: Through you go. {Mordekai and Kyros walk through the teleport gate and vanish}
2 Dwalin: Nay! I dinnae troost magic! {translation: No! I don't trust magic!}
3 Alvissa: Would you rather trust the orc-infested, Balrog-haunted halls of Dwergenberg, with three miles of crumbly rock over your head and no way out?
4 Dwalin: Lit me throogh!! {translation: Let me through!!}

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I'm really pleased with how the magical gate effect worked out. Using Photoshop is a constant learning experience. And gratifying when you figure out how to do something cool and new.

2020-01-25 Rerun commentary: On second thought, I suspect most dwarves worthy of the name would prefer orc-infested halls with three miles of rock above their heads than magic portals. The Balrog might have been the tipping point here.

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