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Oh Igon, that Terprat keeps foiling your teleportation at every turn now doesn’t he?

Well, the gravity of the situation is displayed quite nicely here, since it’s pretty obvious that there’s little if any chance that shield generator can be fixed to repel the dragons.

Also, Lex is a complete nutjob.

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This was definitely one of the hardest ones to make, because I actually had to completely remove the second frame’s background while I was making it so that the program wouldn’t crash.

So, here we see the Immortals, a famous mainstay of Arcanian military for centuries, in their stasis pods ready for action, and then doing what they do best: Summoning undead en mass. Judging from what that engineer is saying, we also get the idea that there are quite a few of them.

We also see the Skyriders, a group of flying spellcasters aimed at taking the fight to the sky on their expedient skyboards.

And of course: The very first appearance of any dragon in Remember! And it happens to include most of the evil dragons too.

That last frame reminds me of a very specific scene from Serenity, which makes it instantly awesome. The Immortals in the penultimate frame look freaking scary too.

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That’s more like it Mr. Artist!

A nice comic I think, featuring the reason the Dragons are the main part of Sildyu’s army.

Also, why is that every single fantasy artist/author seems to forget that D&D Orcs have Light Blindess? Granted, they aren’t too much penalised in the daytime, but I thought it wise to include the issue here.

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Okay, so I kinda copped out with this simplistic, 2 frame, comic, but I figured I needed something with the soldiers being pumped by their commanding officiers.

So here we have a couple of big speeches, parodying two other big speeches. Namely Lord of the Rings‘ “Ride now!” and a series of witty lines from 300

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Well, I suppose the “Who dun it” is now a “He’s dun it”, though you can probably still argue over whether or not there’s a good reason behind this.

For some reason that last line always reminds me of the scene in Steamboy where Robert Louis-Stevenson says “It’s collapsing”.

Mark those clothes, there’ going to be unbelievably important later.

And how could I go through a news post without mentioning that this comic is so massive I had to split it in two, so here’s to the very first TWO-PART COMIC!

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Yes, pretty short one here, with only the two lines of actualy speech.

Now, one might question the problem with opening the gate when the entire city is covered in a massive shield of pure force energy and an anti-teleport effect. I’ll let you know in the next comic.

Feel free to conspire on “Who dun it”, so to speak.

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Ah happy birthday to Rain! And Lex, apparently.

No, they aren’t long-lost twins before anyone says it, since Rain is a year older than Lex.

If my useless twin brother has taught me anything, it’s that teenage parties always have booze, regardless of the actual section of the “Teen” scale the attendants actually rank in at.

Fortunately, Oscar, though young for a Dwarf, is still a good few decades older than everyone else at this particular shindig.

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Of course, there are still the ration issues. Even in a city as well-defended as Arcania, there’s a limit to the amount of food the cleric population can produce, so here we have the consequence.

Anyone have any ideas about Lex from that last panel?

I’ll admit I considered having him say he preferred option two, but that seemed a bit too evil for a guy that was just so generous and nice, but hungry.

Also, rope is remarkably easy to draw…

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Wartime fun is always an interesting concept. One instantly assumes that when war breaks out, everyone is sad because of rations, or mourning because their loved ones are being slaughtered, or some other facet of wartime life that makes them feel very depressed.

That’s not true, of course. It may very well be true near the front lines, or on the bombing routes, but people sufficiently far away are rarely sad, because you don’t generally have your whole family on the front lines.

So here we have a bunch of wartime teens having some fun after hours.

Also, MASSIVE art upgrade, the clothing has much more detail now!

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