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Comic #650

1 {scene: in front of the smoking ruins of the tavern}
1 Mob: {angrily, wielding pitchforks and flaming torchers} Kill the adventurers! Kill the hobbit! Kill the mage!
2 Mob: Kill the rogue! Politely ask the lizard man to leave town!
3 Lambert: Oh my god! We got drunk, burnt down the tavern, and caused so much destruction and chaos that we're being run out of town by an angry mob!
4 Kyros: All right!
4 Mordekai: Way to go!
4 Lambert: Excellent!
4 Draak: Draak like!

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Ah, you can't get much better than an angry mob wielding pitchforks and flaming torches.

2013-11-26 Rerun commentary: Okay, they also have axes, which, admittedly, does make it better.

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