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    In a fantasy world a women goes on a treasure hunt to finance her presidential campain.

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    There was a tread for this earlier, but it got old. I've just started a new storyline has just begun.

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    I love the names of the characters in this setting. I think "Julius Saunamassacre" is my favorite so far.

    How many vice-presidents will die for the half-baked machinations of the president?
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    Between scheming 1 and scheming 3 were 45 days, and she lost 2 vice presidents. with 120 days left she probably will run through another 6 of them.
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    Just here to endorse this guy. His comic might not like much, but they all are top notch like you wouldn't believe.

    Here, a primer. Read this one if you don't believe it.

    http://lies.thecomicseries.com/

    His shortest one, only 34 pages.
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    Here is the list of his other comics. Go and read Hitmen for Destiny or I'll punch you in the face. Then you'll die and won't be a ghost.
    But seriously, the writing and world building are superb. Still sad about any comic that ended.

    I still wonder how Audrey and Klara can be sisters. They are quite different in temperament, outlook and appearance. But they genuinely like each others and act like sisters.
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    I really recommend "Lies, Sisters, and Wives" because it's very short (just 34 pages) so you don't have any excuse not to read it.

    I felt that "The Accidental Space Spy" kinda ran out of steam. It seemed to try to replicate part of the formula of "Hitmen for Destiny" with description of weird alien societies, but it didn't really work. It got a rather abrupt end, too. "Transdimensional Brain Chip" was okay, though a bit abruptly ended too. Trixie Slaughteraxe is promising so far, and, again, I really like how everyone has a name that could be a heavy metal band.
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    So for me to sum up the history:
    300 years ago Queen Petronella ruled. She had three daughters, Imogen who was blind and had no legs, Gemma who had a crippling fear of water and executed people for sweating, and Saffron who we know nothing about. The queen put a few loyal soldiers into glass orbs. And was later killed by her other soldiers, judging by the picture in the background.
    Petronella worked with he witch Etheldred. Apparently Etheldred was fascinated with Goordtryb, the toad god. She did enchant a forest to hid a castle, and if Betty Wolfwrestler was right she tried to capture him too. There are a few hints that there was going on and that Betty wasn't just some lunatic ho misread this. Etheldred had a painting of Goordtryb in her secret chambers, and next to where she kept the Sceptre of Death. Maybe she foresaw Goordtryb killing her? Or bringing the apocalypse? The gargyc frog looks very similar to Goordtryb on the painting, maybe she tried to capture him but did a mistake? And she hid the orb in the statue of Petronella, which indicates some significance, since she left the other orbs out in the open.

    What you guys think? Will we see Goordtryb again?
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    Rudolph Filthmaster is learning how to be presidential very quick. Barbara Everdark would be proud. And by doing the job himself he shows he is still a true man of the working class. He gets my vote!
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    This seems to be the perfect setup for another "meeting" where everyone has to lie for a reason or another: that is the part I enjoy most for the comics of this author.

    I guess that someone will manage to hide the corpse but will be found in the library (peraphs by Jenny? She could know that her uncle should be home!), the noise from this confrontation will likely bring there the policemen

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    Oh Disposable Vice President #3, we hardly knew you. Fortunately that venom isn't deadly, it just knocks you out. I give it a 2:3 chance that he will be put in an incinerator or similar. Possible with help of Lyndon's magic. He had that spell waaay to long already.

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    This seems to be the perfect setup for another "meeting" where everyone has to lie for a reason or another: that is the part I enjoy most for the comics of this author.

    I guess that someone will manage to hide the corpse but will be found in the library (peraphs by Jenny? She could know that her uncle should be home!), the noise from this confrontation will likely bring there the policemen
    I love these too.And now we have a dead body, and a dead looking one, and 3 states of knowledge: (1) Knows someone is dead, and knows it's Julius: Lyndon, Trixie, Team Henchmen, (2) know someone is dead, but don't know it is Julius: Klara and Audrey, (3) know nothing: policewoman.
    This promises to be fun.
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    It will be very funny to see what he comes up with in order to make the cop go away. To complete the circle we'd need someone else who is coming to this house with a scimitar for some other reason

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    He will impersonate a dead guy. This will go well, because no one, especially not the resident sociopath, is getting a deadly assault weapon to cut up a dead person.
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    These are pretty damn funny!

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    That just got a lot dark.
    The end of what Son? The story? There is no end. There's just the point where the storytellers stop talking.

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    Rest assure that the vice president already lived a relatively long and possibly happy life.

    Also, good ol' Hank is totally not suspicious because they used a box, not a bag.
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    Current plotline is moving towards the end.

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    And that is why you use an election system not super vulnerable to vote splitting^^ Seriously that is a ridiculousy small minority the traditionalists have maybe they should just arrange for someone to split their votes.

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    AT least it's an easy system. Those with more money win.
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    In todays strip: weird spiders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorsby View Post
    In a fantasy world a women goes on a treasure hunt to finance her presidential campain.

    http://trixie.webcomic.ws/comics/first/

    There was a tread for this earlier, but it got old. I've just started a new storyline has just begun.
    Finally! I was wondering where this comic sneaked off to!
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    I'm not entirely sure what they are planning. Are they trying to get free?
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    Well, the Sisters, Wives and Lies comic was legitimately amazing, so I guess I'll have to get into this next.
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    I'm not entirely sure what they are planning. Are they trying to get free?
    It isn't quite clear how much comes from the human mind and how much from the parasite so hard to say. But I guess he lost his magic again now..^^

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    It isn't quite clear how much comes from the human mind and how much from the parasite so hard to say. But I guess he lost his magic again now..^^
    Ah, so that is why she sent the Headling one into his death.
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    I loved Audrey's comeback. It's true!
    Good thing that comic was finished before national election, this will help me in the voting booth.
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    New sub-chapter begins, new people to meet.
    I notice a certain theme with the current rulers we meet. Princess Helverdeev could be friends with Barbara Everdark.
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    In the latest strip: a wedding dress.

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    The arc did not where I expected it to go. I thought we would get a classic lies-sisters-and-lies plot (I love those).
    Also, Lyndon, why do you talk?

    All for nothing? Who is black women?
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    @newest comic:No, you have to accept such offers and then immediately tell your allies. First part to make it more likely they consider the problem handled and won't do more, the immediately part to avoid plots where your allies find out and think you betrayed them.

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    In the latest strip: a visit to an asylum.

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