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Comic #1912

1 Villager: Wait... are you the folks who stole food and horses from Farmer Jakob?
2 Alvissa: We left 100 silver nobles to pay for it! On his doorstep!
3 Villager: You left silver where any thief could come along and take it?
4 Mordekai: It was probably a lovable rogue, actually.

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Wow, that happened a long time ago. A really long time ago.

Over two years ago.

Obligatory time-wasting link to TV Tropes.

2018-12-15 Rerun commentary: 100 silver coins sounds like a lot for a rural farmer in your typical pseudo-medieval fantasy setting. There's a weird sort of disconnect in many old school game settings between the amounts of coin a peasant might see (a scant few coppers) and the typical amounts that adventurers fling around (thousands of gold coins). It's really kind of a frontier gold rush economy.

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