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#562 - Flight!
Great. Just great.
This has given me such a laugh on this monday morning filled with grizzlyness and sullen people, me included.
we all knew he was going to fall, but now would be a bad time to breath some fire. Never breath fire to your front when traveling throught that area at high speeds
He's hit! He's hit! Mayday! Dragon going down!
love your sense of humor this comic is wonderful !!
lol^^ almost like hitchikers guide to the galaxy flying^^
Well, at least we can assume that the fire will go out when he crashes into the lake...
Nebra Reppalk says:
But what are birds? We just don't know.
LOL poor little guy he'll make such a great splash!
omg he's breathing fire too! I wonder why he's attracting birds now though... maybe they're just curious?
Also that staff needs to be incredibly light, even with Leafs weight on it, it's barely touching the water...
Um, cause it's made of wood?
Glide! Glide! Flare and land.
The staff is magic, and came from an eccentric mage. Knowing the mage, the staff is not only enchanted, but also has a personality. And the personality says: "I'm afraid of water." And even though it's enchanted, it hasn't quite learned to fly by itself yet. So, in compromise, it instead just rests on top of the water. Ha!
(and edit. silly comment ended up in the website box the first time around.)
Einar, the hairy little dwarf says:
Aww. That just makes it all even cuter =)
I knew he was gonna fall when he opened his eyes, I didn't know he was gonna breath fire in annoyance at the birds.... I hope he recovers before hitting the lake - I know he doesn't swim well!
Oh, and I think the birds are just harassing him cuz they're not used to a dragon being in their air space.
lee, even wood, like a plank or stick, is about half under water, dependin on the type of wood, more when the water soaks into the vibers. so, either the staff is hollow, made from very light wood, or magical. i bet on the last one
I thought it would be the pixies that would make him fall, not birds. Very funny; please keep up the wonderful work you do.
The staff floats because Lee made a Monty Python reference.
I hope Ayne takes care of her bow and arrows quickly once she gets out of the lake. They probably don't take immersion that well.
OWK: And her sword.
OWK: Its not the bow or the arrows that will get ruined. The bowstring, however will, being in prolonged dampness will completly destroy it
the pixie did it
Mayday! Mayday! Dragon One is hit! I'm going down! *vroooom... splish*
Hmm... I know birds falling at your feet is supposed to be an omen, but what about dragons?
Anything falling at your feet is probably a bad sign... especially if it falls from the sky first.
Panel 5 reminds me of a comic I once read, where the main character is dangling over a deep pit holding onto a rope hanging over it using only her teeth. Another character tosses her a rope, saying "Here, grab this!" She says:
"The rope looks like a SQUIRREL with AAAAHH..."
Love Panel 4. Reminds me of the old Myrhad, with a butterfly on his nose... heh.
"especially if it falls from the sky"? As opposed to falling from under the ground?
...Is that fire trickling out of the corner of his mouth right now?
Tonic: If it fell from under the ground, half the time you're on top of it.
i think the birds were just trying to help him fly properly
Mayday, mayday, dragon down! Dragon down! =^-^=
Ayne's face makes me giggle. ^_^ I think I know that feeling. :)
Look the birds are not really a pixie is doing it.
late comment: an earlier comment reminded me of several Diskworld stories where dragons flew by shooting fire out of their,um,rear ends!
Control Tower, this is Gnome Airsquad No.1337. We have an incoming drageling! I repeat, an incoming drageling, sighted over the lake! Prepare for EVAC!
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