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Comic #815

1 Alvissa: {pointing at a small cave} Look, there's a small opening in that hill. We might find you a new sword in there, Lambert.
2 Lambert: But we don't want to get sidetracked off our quest.
3 Alvissa: These barrows are usually just a single small burial chamber. We'll be in and out in no time.
4 GM: {grinning evilly and holding up a copy of The World's Largest Dungeon} Heh heh heh...

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I'm guessing only a fraction of readers will instantly get this one.

The book I'm cackling over is The World's Largest Dungeon by Alderac Entertainment Group. It's 840 pages of dungeon adventure, containing over 1,600 encounters. If you played Dungeons & Dragons once a week and had 10 encounters a session, it'd take over 3 years to play your way through this dungeon...

2014-06-06 Rerun commentary: I still haven't finished it.

Just reading the book, I mean.

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