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How Roleplaying Saved Mr. Toad.
First published: November, 1990. Posted Online: September 01, 2005.
 

"Catch the Magic Missile". Yeah, a little in-joke for all us longtime D&D nerds out there.
 
Shall we let everyone else in on it? Why trying to catch a magic missile is funny?
 
Nah. Let the straights wonder. They look so stupid when they sit there, wondering.
 
They aren't even aware of how antisocial their behavior is.
 
 
FAQ:
 
Q. Could you at least tell us whether the plastic Headpiece actually made Ralph a god or not?
 
A. Hm. That always was potentially a vague part of the joke...
 
Thank heavens for webcomicdom's culture of titling individual strips. This allows us to explain our humorous intent without creating a proper setup of the joke within the strip itself.
 
Or rants! They can explain everything you botched while cartooning. QED: Ralph does not become a god. He's just pretending.
 
How much Fea's perverted subconscious is playing along, and how much is merely her typical degree of self-deluded confusion, is up to the individual reader to fantasize ov decide.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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