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Comic #260

1 Iki Piki: Man, this party's dead.
2 Serron: Yeah. How about we take the starship and head to Jupiter?
3 Paris: Jupiter? It's an uninhabited gas giant! There isn't even a solid surface to land on. Why do you want to go there?
4 Iki Piki: For the atmosphere.

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2012-08-28 Rerun commentary: I dunno. Any party with goblets that big must be serving something pretty wild.

In the background is the woman in the red dress who appeared earlier as one of the psionics on that psionic planet. With her is a guy with a wolf head, who was actually a miniature used in a real game I ran to depict the young nephew of Serron. He was an enthusiastic cub* reporter named Lycroft.

Yeah, imagine two people with the personality of Serron in an adventuring party.

Yeah. It was exactly like that.

* *snicker*

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