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Comic #2079

1 Alvissa: {walking} I can't believe we're going back, into the secret Dwarven Kingdom.
2 Kyros: We took a vote.
3 Alvissa: I hardly call threatening to fireball the village unless Draak, Lambert, Mordekai, Dwalin, and I agreed a "vote".
4 Lambert: I think I'm getting a sore throat... <cough> Gollum!

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Democracy works in strange ways sometimes.

2020-06-28 Rerun commentary: Okay, now I know what's up with the unusual speech bubble locations. It's a deliberate shift towards weirdness and strange things happening, that foreshadows some developments to come in the near future. I remember now, I did all of this very deliberately, and avoided any comment on it at the time.

But now that we're here in reruns, keep an eye out for slightly odd and unexplained things as we progress through the next few weeks of rerun strips.

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