Frank, you blew your cover!
Some old friends also seem to be visiting ye ol’ Tavern… there must be a Dork Tower somewhere in these lands… ;-)
Next episode: Monday, November 7th!
OMG those are the guys from the Munchkin comic! I used to read them all the time. What the heck was the name of it?
AHHHH Frank! Dagnabit!
*pours a round of cocktails*
Oh look, there it is…under the whole blog post thing. Umm…I’m pretty?
Pixie, you silly.
nice save, pixie. ‘pretty’ trumps ‘smart’ (observant or even literate) in the real world 9.9 times out of 10 anyway!
What are you talking about?! We’re pretty and smart but you know how rare that is so we just have to pick the one that matches the situation!
The comic is named Dork Tower, hence the reference in the comments.
This will be interesting.
Interesting, indeed! I wonder if ol’ Billzerker will make an appearance…
Whoops. This is going turn ugly. I think Kohr and Frank have met before…
It may turn ugly? Crap; Kohr has got a big lead on this one. Maybe Frank should have some of that light beer to see if he gets any smarter? Coming out of hiding to insult your cover-up? Not good. Oh well, have fun and play nice boys.
I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess that ol’ Frank might have been the one to give tall, dark and creepy his facial adornments (aka scratches).
I’d tell Bill to buy the guy a few more drinks to get him drunk and make way for their escape, but I’m guessing that guy could down a keg and not get woosy.
You are correct with your guess: http://legendofbill.com/2011/09/08/a-real-eye-opener/
Guess I’m not smart, but just have a decent memory that I don’t have cognoscente use of.
let us just know where to send the flowers. RIP
That is NOT a guy you want coming up and staring at you.
*slow clap* Good job, Frank. Now what’s your next smart move?
Blind him in the other eye? (He still has a slight element of surprise…)
Umm, Frank, that was NOT a light beer. That was an alcoholic Pearl Harbor, even by Kohr’s standards. That’s some POWERFUL self-defense system Bill’s brain possesses.
Actually, the gnome got the epic beer.
Normally I’d think someone in Frank’s shoes might have to change their pants after a screw-up like that. But since Frank doesn’t wear pants (or shoes, for that matter), then Bill probably needs to send his fur cloak out for dry cleaning.
I recall when Sarah met Jessi in Barwench Tales. I’m kinda hoping for a fight of similar epicosity. Although, with great dissapoint, I realize that it couldn’t possibly be nearly half as filled with hotness. [ Yes - epicosity is a word. I invented it about 30-some years ago during my DungeonMaster days. ]
I’m with you there, epicosity = the amount of “epicness” an event or situation contains. I also whole heartedly believe that “funner” should be a word (meaning more fun) as in “this webcomic is more funner than that one”.
You mean, “This webcomic is funner than that one.” “More funner” would just mark one as a rube.
Wouldn’t “gooder” work just as well? I’ve seen that once in a while.
As my neice used to say, kewl! If you see “screwballitude” anywhere (outside my own writings, of course), then know that I invented that one. (And you’re perfectly free to pick it up and use it, too.)
Nicely done, Frank. And here I was expecting Bill to mess everything up….
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