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Comic #933

1 {scene: a river bank, the party are disembarking from the barge}
1 Bargemaster: Footcrag is just over the hills there. Thank you for saving my barge from the pirates.
2 Kyros: Would you consider refunding the silver we paid for passage in gratitude?
2 Bargemaster: No chance.
3 Alvissa: Please ignore my uncouth companion. Thank you for bringing us up the river. Fare thee well!
4 Lambert: I'm surprised you didn't ask for our money back, Mordekai.
4 Mordekai: Why ask when you can take?

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2014-10-22 Rerun commentary: Actually, if anyone is showing uncharacteristic kindness in this strip, it's Kyros.

After all, why ask when you can threaten with a fireball?

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