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I was wondering what was going to complicate their escape. Though I'm wondering what's going to keep them from simply flying off, unless they're worried about getting hit in the back by lightning, which is a legitimage concern. Or what defence he's got against bullets (barring the dues ex machina of "out of ammo").

And how the heck did he get in without anyone noticing? Hope everyone outside is still alright.

posted by Roaming Shadow (Guest) on November 29th, 2011, 12:23 pm





 
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@Roaming Shadow: Getting zapped is a legitimate concern indeed.As for bullets, it's usually a waste of time against most well-powered magical beings.

As to how he got there, remember, he works for Krassus. I'm sure he's familiar with all the hidden entrances into the castle.

posted by DarkwingDork on November 29th, 2011, 12:30 pm



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@ DarkwingDork: Points taken, especially since that massive bag of loot will slow whoever's flying with it, if they can even get off the ground with it. Now, if they'd just taken what they needed, that wouldn't be an issue...

posted by Roaming Shadow (Guest) on November 29th, 2011, 12:34 pm





 
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@Roaming Shadow: True, but keep in mind, swiping treasures is how they make their money.

Indiana Jones doesn't brave booby traps and enemy hordes just to get a pat on the back. There had better be some cheese at the end of that maze....

posted by DarkwingDork on November 29th, 2011, 1:37 pm



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@GT: Actually, I think he made more money just doing his job as a university professor. The "finder's fee" for any archeological finds he made was likely more akin to supplimental income. Heck, I don't think he made any money off the adventures depicted in the movies. Besides, I think most of those ventures were more about personal passion and the discovery than any monetary gain for him. Finding the ark of the covenant, for instance, was the goal in and of itself, a personal accomplishment to have found something of such historical and religious relevance. That's my take on it anyway.

posted by Roaming Shadow (Guest) on November 29th, 2011, 11:15 pm



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@GT:

My apologies. It seems I misinterpreted what you meant. And it also seems that I missed DD's last reply to me, so I missed the context of what you had said. Having now read what I had missed, I now understand what you were saying, and what I said becomes moot and out of context. Again, apologies for what I now realize was a rather hasty reply.

posted by Roaming Shadow (Guest) on November 30th, 2011, 9:38 am





 
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Apologies to every expecting (yesterday's) comic to be here. Cubist was having computer problems. Hopefully it will be resolved soon.

posted by DarkwingDork on December 2nd, 2011, 1:48 pm



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