The most important attribute is neither STR nor INT.


[[Nate is sitting on the couch. Derek approaches with a sheet of paper in hand.]]

Derek: Check out this character I just rolled up for my D20 campaign! His name is DREK IRONCLAW! Isn’t he AWESOME?

[[Nate reads the character sheet.]]

Nate: First off, “drek” is a real word, and it means “excrement.”

[[Derek burning the character sheet, surrounded by pitch darkness.]]

Posted on May 31, 2010 at 12:00 am in Treading Ground. Follow responses to this post with the comments feed. You can leave a comment or trackback from your own site.

18 Responses

  1. Gist says:

    LOL. I understand this one.

  2. Zeke says:

    Oo, the flame is reflected in his eyes. Nice touch.

  3. EcchiKitty says:

    ….actually while accepted as a word for excriment, ‘drek’ is actaully the leavings at the bottom of a whaleing tub. Basically rancid blubber and oil.

  4. Matanui3 says:

    Just erase the name, man!

  5. .... says:

    Nice one, again! I just wish I could was the bad taste out of my mouth that the previous 90 pages have left me with.

  6. Random Guy says:

    You know, if his campaign setting was Shadowrun that would sort of be an appropriate alias for a gritty Street-Samurai lol…

  7. Alex E (eternaleye) says:

    So… Is that Kiznit’s character sheet, or my later mod?

  8. John Madden says:

    Quoth the Raven: HA HA!

  9. That Jewish Dude says:

    Okay, That Jewish Dude have to ask a D&D playing friend if this is an overreaction. And if there are any that are reading this Comic, is it? It seems like one.


    • Pink Freud says:

      It is an overreaction, but not an uncommon one. Remember that the kind of geeks who still play non-electronic D&D are pretty hard-core (myself included – not a total hypocrite), and as such to not tend to look upon their own follies in a forgiving light.

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