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Comic #2319

1 Dwalin: There's a vullage doon there. {translation: There's a village down there.}
1 Alvissa: Is it Cragfoot or Footcrag?
2 Dwalin: Doos it matter? Wi've wrecked booth o' them alriddy. {translation: Does it matter? We've wrecked both of them already.}
3 Dwalin: Wi'll get a puir reception in either. {translation: We'll get a poor reception in either.}
4 Kyros: You haven't really wrecked a village until you've drawn a Balrog into it. Run!!

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If you're going to do something, there's no use only half doing it.

2022-07-03 Rerun commentary: It looks like I forgot the shading effect on the cave entrance here. Compare to the previous strip, where you can see the shadow at the top right of the panels.

Maybe the sun has moved.

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