When did bunker get clothes????
Looks like Enkidu’s mail shirt to me.
Just so long as it’s Enkidu’s “male” shirt. 😀
Yah, looks like Enkidu is going to forego his AC for a while and make better use of his Mage class in this dungeon until some armor shows up in the loot….
Looting for size! It’s like shopping for second-hand clothes, only you kill the previous owner.
You mean, it’s that much better. 😈
I’m just wondering; wouldn’t taking charge be counter-intuitive when standing in water?
It could lead to an electrifying turn of events.
Quite shocking indeed! Hair raising even!
Electricity puns! I get it!
The punsss, they burnsss uss, my precioussss!
I’m rather enjoying the current puns.
Yeah Christina, watts wrong?
Let the PUNishment begin!
Now, now, let’s not give her too much static.
I was being nice. Nothing revolting about any of this. Besides, it’s just puns, not assault and battery.
To be honest, I always wanted to be an Engineer, not a conductor.
When did it become ok to loot your own teammates? Is Enkidu dead? 😯
Consider it Enkidu’s douchebag fine. Bunker is now The Authority, he gets to levy those out.
Maybe Bunker just asked.
“Hey, Enkidu, you’re okay with me taking your chainshirt, since you won’t be using it for a while? What with you being unconscious, I mean. No problem, you say? Great! You’re a chum, Enkidu. I wouldn’t want the chain to chafe your bruised ribs, buddy.”
Well Morty, Freya and Zobbie are pretty decent people so you can’t loot them. Martin and Fleeces stuff is probably boobytrapped so it’s likely worth your life to try. Enkidu deserves what he gets and is in no shape to protest anyway due to being beaten to a bloody pulp by the resident paladin. I’m sure that Bunker would kill him if provoked enough but I don’t think anything that he’s done so far in this dungeon has been all that bad considering some of his previous actions (“That orphanage was asking for it.”).
He never attacked any orphanages. He just walked away when the minotaur showed up looking for breakfast.
Some characters, of course, are a bit more, shall we say, Proactive against orphanages: http://www.lfgcomic.com/page/4
It’s not his fault! After all, the orphanage attacked him!
I follow a lot of comics so it is likely that I have Enkidu confused with someone else. It wasn’t Richard though, I distinctly remember that it was a half orc. I did have that strip you posted in mind but it has been a while since I’ve seen it. I have noticed that orphanages don’t fare too well in D & D comic parodies. Anyway I stand corrected.
When speaking of burning orphanages, I’m always fondly reminded of the first C&C.
Hmm, I think I entered the wrong email, silly me.
Orphanages are the epitome of innocence and undeserved suffering, and are therefore a prime target for wanton violence.
Or in other words, it’s what people really want to do but use RPGs and dark-humor to excuse themselves of the act.
Enkidu never had a great fashion sense, but on Bunker the chainshirt with the dorky neckline looks like he’s a transvestite Hockey player drag queen crossdressing in his grandmother’s sequined evening dress on his way to audition for a role in a performance of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert by the local dungeon amateur theater troupe[*].
([*] What, you never heard of the Goblin Amateur Actors and Stagehands Guild? Come on, Martin hacked the dungeon module. They’ll probably meet Vampire LARPers next.)
In other words, I thoroughly approve.
Wow. That’s really… specific. Glad you like it?
It reminded me of that chapter in the Dragonlance: War of the Lance novels, where those big, muscled heroes Caramon and Sturm Brightblade try to dress up as washerwomen to infiltrate the slave quarters in the fortress of Pax Tharkas, where the Red Dragonarmy kept the human prisoners.
Shouldn’t they be concerned why the hallway is floated with water? Maybe a pipe broke?