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<   No. 92   2003-04-26   >

Comic #92

1 Iki Piki: We're in a dungeon now?
1 Spanners: Cyberspace programmers tend to go for this sort of stuff.
2 Spanners: Hey! Follow that rat! That could lead us to the symbolic key that gets us out of here!
3 Paris: A treasure chest!
3 Spanners: That's probably it! Open it up!
4 Paris: {opens the chest} Oooh! Shiny!
4 Spanners: Man, you wouldn't have lasted five minutes in a fantasy game, Paris.

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2012-02-14 Rerun commentary: This rat would become an important plot element much, much, much later in the comic.

Run that through your story arc digester, long-time readers!

(And yes, I'm enjoying the look of stunned realisation on your faces as you read this. Muah-hah-ha-ha-haaah!)

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