November 5th, 2007


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Discussion (12)¬

  1. NigaiAmai Yume says:

    “But generally you don’t face hideous moral quandaries on a daily basis.”
    Um, Digger, where have YOU been for the last three hundred pages? lol

  2. Jatopian says:

    Well, Digger said “generally”. This is a specific case, an adventure in which unusual things happen. If this comic were about the normal life of a wombat – or of most average members of a given species – it would probably be terribly dull.

  3. TekServer says:

    Apologies in advance for this …

    … in that last pane, Digger seems to be looking … foreshadowing …


  4. Lemming says:

    Wow. Best. Pun. Ever. You know they’re good when they hurt. TekServer, you’re my hero.

  5. fishboy says:

    TekServer – I’m torn between chortling and clawing my face. Well done 🙂

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  7. BunnyRock says:

    ahhh, the inevitable tropeing has begun…

  8. Sildraug says:

    “Begun?” It’s been going on for a while.

  9. werepixi says:

    TekServer that deserves a double face palm and quite possibly a quiet groan as well

  10. JET73L says:

    *sigh* You try to teach Shadowchild to figure out moral quandaries based on your perception of a world as beneficial as possible to everyone in it, especially you (slight and nearly inevitable hypocrisy noted), and it goes off half-taught. It would be unpleasantly ironic if it was the arrival of a monk (particularly the scholar-monks instead of one of the fighter-monks) that caused it to flee.

    This is incredibly tangential, but I do wonder if the scholar monks ever use their fighter-monk skills to do library things like access books on the top shelf, notice imminent paper-avalanches, and catch origami dart memos out of midair (and that’s not even getting into the theory of L-Space).