This is what happens when you don’t let yourself get blown up Kria. You have to endure an eternity of suffering. Or about two hours of slideshow presentations that talk about the economic advantages of an Undead work union in Zinvth. Which may as well be an eternity. As an aside, folks reading this are… Continue reading #1430: Should have used the window.
While the Undead islander’s try to be as hospitable to their not so dead counterparts, the issue of restrooms is that most inhabitants feel as long as their is -one- restroom per building, that is fine. This obviously doesn’t extend to hotels or places they know non-dead visitors will likely frequent. Truth be told, I… Continue reading #1431: Building codes in Trikna are a bit more lenient in some parts.
Panel two made me giggle more than I want to admit.
It is a catchy jingle. Though I somewhat am uncertain if anyone who doesn’t live in North America will have any recollection of what jingle I refer to.
I will reveal to you one of the many secrets of the female. Many times in media and culture you will see the stereotype of the girl who’s all crazy for shopping. The truth of it is…is that when you encounter a female who is talking endlessly about shopping, what she really wants is to… Continue reading #1444: Aw yeah. Callback to comic 761 in effect.
Luckily for Mehlata, she doesn’t have to worry too much about the glass bits around the window. Granted I imagine most of them have been swept up and really odds are that being undead means the shards wouldn’t really hurt being stepped on…but having the lower torso of a naga body be gold plated bones… Continue reading #1445: Same words. Different conversations.
I’m fairly certain this is how urban legends get made.