Comic 209 - The Hijacking

15th Apr 2011, 1:23 PM in Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey
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The Hijacking

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23rd May 2011, 10:30 PM
finds all this recapping the only possible way to have any ideA what this comic is about. thank you author



Fred: We headed back to Townwithanequipmentstoreaplacewithmapsandatavernofcourse, this time visiting the equipment store.
It had elevators for some reason.

Fred: After accidentally destroying one of the elevators, we found the Rod of Za-Boom.
Bob: Ah, the Rod of Za-Boom.
Fred: A magnificent weapon, indeed.

Fred: Unfortunately, Annabelle refused to sell it, since it's a major artefact and is unique.
Bob: You're all lucky I have a moral code, or she'd be dead right now.

Fred: We returned to the tavern for the night, but were met by Xavius.
At the time, we were convinced that he was the nameless "the evil" described by Gary, and thus we ambushed him in badass manners.
Bob: I thought the bit where we all attacked simultaneously was pretty awesome.

Fred: However, Xavius still somehow escaped.
Bob: According to the archives, he opened a plot hole and jumped through.
Fred: A risky manoeuvre.

Fred: Anyway, the next day, we set off for the Pit of Eternal Peril and Damnation.
Bob: That sounds dangerous.
Fred: I'm sure it's just a hell-themed steakhouse.

Fred: And it was at this point that we met Trope-tan.
Bob: And it was at that point that the comic completely abandoned its pretense of being D&D-related.
Fred: Trope-tan had arrived through a plot hole; however, she'd intended for the plot hole to lead not here, but to Avatar and the Airbending Fellowship of Vampire Slayers.

Fred: Soon after, the comic underwent narrativium collapse.
Bob: That sounds dangerous.
Fred: It is. It essentially means destruction of absolutely everything ever.
Bob: Ah.


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