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The Campaign: Superstition

July 30, 2021 by Tim


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Hotair
Hotair
1 month ago

New that choke the chicken joke was coming. 😂

Hotair
Hotair
1 month ago
Reply to  Hotair

*knew 😅 can’t edit to fix it lol

lechuckGL
lechuckGL
1 month ago
Reply to  Hotair

Too late, the Grammar Patrol is en route to your house right now.

Tim
Tim
1 month ago
Reply to  Hotair

And being a non-native speaker, I just learned some more “urban dictionary” language ^^

Gonfrask
Gonfrask
1 month ago

Another almost imposible roll

Vicente Sampedro Burgos
Vicente Sampedro Burgos
1 month ago

That chicken could become a next generation weapon

Crestlinger
Crestlinger
1 month ago

Winner, winner chicken dinner.

Smiffwilm
Smiffwilm
1 month ago

I can’t believe P2 choked his chicken in front of all of them……

Jacob
Jacob
1 month ago
Reply to  Smiffwilm

To be fair, 4 was helping just before it erupted. A new budding relationship?

Leon
Leon
1 month ago
Reply to  Jacob

A bad one………..

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago

Is it over yet.

Eldest Gruff
Eldest Gruff
1 month ago

Panel 2 seems absolutely unrealistic.

In my experience, the DM would generally try, and fail, to get the game back on track for at LEAST another five or six hours. Maybe try to even it out by introducing a dice-rolling goose. Until literally no one cares and are just playing on their phones or sleeping.

Kevin Greenbaum
Kevin Greenbaum
1 month ago
Reply to  Eldest Gruff

I’m pretty sure he’s learned when to walk away for a bit, learning from his experience during other sessions.

dbg
dbg
1 month ago

I am getting a bit tired of this story

Dorander
Dorander
1 month ago
Reply to  dbg

Well I think it’s to die for.

Cragfast
Cragfast
1 month ago
Reply to  dbg

Imagine complaining about a comic storyline you didn’t pay for and could simply ignore if you didn’t like it. Imagine the concept of no page limits or printing deadlines, and being able to explore a complex, multi-faceted concept like superstition in as many pages as the author feels is necessary to convey the story authentically. Imagine, that a year from now, “fourteen pages” will take someone all of five minutes to read, and yet firmly establish a pivotal moment in the journey of one of these characters.

Isil`Zha
Isil`Zha
1 month ago
Reply to  Cragfast

You could, and should, give at the very least a hint of a reference to the original author of that:
https://cad-comic.com/comic/identity-p16/#comment-39186

VibrantEvolution
VibrantEvolution
1 month ago
Reply to  dbg

For all the downvoters: why? This guy is just saying, in a polite and honest way, that he thinks it’s taking a bit long. What is wrong with that? If you are running a business, would you not care to hear it when people actually don’t like something? Do you only want to hear the good? What if all the people who don’t like this arc drop out? What if it’s 100 people who drop out? Tim has said before this is his business, his profession, his job. If he does not keep potential customers interested, he might lose patreons… Read more »

Lumi
Lumi
1 month ago

Downvotes don’t make comments invisible. His opinion is there regardless of if the funny vote number is red or green.

VibrantEvolution
VibrantEvolution
1 month ago
Reply to  Lumi

Yeah I know. I’m just wondering if there is a proper reason for the downvote or just – like someone a bit further down is proving – some immature “pff this guy dislikes something we like, off with his head”

Cragfast
Cragfast
1 month ago

I will not hesitate to copypaste Buckley’s fiercely defensive response to anyone who has the temerity to suggest that a month is too long to spend on a joke about dice.

Bwauder
Bwauder
1 month ago
Reply to  Cragfast

I still look forward to the next twist to die for.

For a monstrously long drag out you really need to look into LFG, it was,and still can be, a good webcomic, but when lar gets on a sidestory and loses track of how to finish or get out of it… some of the comics get very weird or obscure and go nowhere for a very long time. The current story line is a prime example.
Long live the chicken!

Killiak
Killiak
1 month ago

Because if I dislike a comment ,I will fucking downvote it.

Here’s two cents back.

Dorander
Dorander
1 month ago

The situation sure got dicey. Feathers are getting ruffled.

7eggert
7eggert
1 month ago
Reply to  Dorander

It’s poultry in motion

MarlinBrando
MarlinBrando
1 month ago

This got a little off the rails at some point.

Dharric
Dharric
1 month ago

What’s weird is I can actually see this happening in some of the more intense D&D groups I’ve been part of.

shane
shane
1 month ago