Comic 164 - The End

11th Nov 2010, 6:00 PM in Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey
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The End

Ebony Nauss went on to become ruler of Mars and also the richest person in all of existence. She invented a way to swim in money, and then did so with her immense fortune… what? The Narrator gets to make up awesome endings, but I can't? But he hasn't even appeared. *Ever*.

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11th Nov 2010, 6:40 PM
Butt Hunter
If nothing bad happened ever, those D&D games would be pretty boring. :P

11th Nov 2010, 6:43 PM
smbhax
The END, end? :o

(Nice use of that font in your layout here, by the way.)

12th Nov 2010, 4:11 AM
00Davo
@Jacob Gristwood: They are. "Kicking through the door, you enter the dungeon. A random encounter, hearing the sound, wanders by… and offers you a box of doughnuts. You then find an enormous pile of treasure."

Well, actually, the concept isn't that "no bad stuff happens ever", but rather that "the Author doesn't create bad stuff ever". So the characters could potentially create bad stuff themselves.

26th Nov 2010, 5:59 PM
ooooo nice loophole Author!

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Transcript:

Narrator: And then our intrepid heroes found all the Colour Drops simultaneously!
Fred: Hooray!
Jane: This was surprisingly easy!
Trope-tan: Most of the Colour Drops are off-panel, so the readers won't know how many there are!

Narrator: The Book's power was restored, and all evil banished from the universe forever!
Thing: Do not want!

Narrator: Our heroes had triumphed, the entire plot wrapped up in two panels!
Incidentally, the comic was restored from narrativium deficiency because a wizard did it!
That wizard also fixed all the plot holes!
Just to clarify: even though there are only three Colour Drops in the second panel, there could still be more of them. It's just that only three are currently energising the Book, okay?
Anyway, this panel has the heroes wrapping up some minor loose ends but you can't see any of it because I talked all over the top. Whoops.

Narrator: And then there was an epilogue! The protagonists played D&D every day to reinforce the barriers of the universe.
Except if someone got sick or if they were too busy or had another decent excuse.
Bob: I don't actually like D&D very much.
Narrator: That was not a decent excuse.

Narrator: Nothing notably bad happened ever again.
Bob: Why is everyone living in *my* house, anyway?
Narrator: And so, they lived…

Narrator: … happily ever after….
The End

Bob: So, um, now what?

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