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Comic #3520

1 Alvissa: You know what will happen if you set fire to a glass of pure alcohol?
2 Dwalin: It'll burn wi' a pretty bloo flame while I druink it. {translation: It will burn with a pretty blue flame while I drink it.}
3 Alvissa: Sorry, I mean you know what will happen if Kyros sets fire to a glass of pure alcohol?
4 Kyros: Gathering mana…
4 Lambert: RUN!!!

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A reader wrote to point out that the previous strip specified that Kyros was about to set fire to a glass which contains a liquid of which about half is alcohol. Such a liquid would, he pointed out, only just be barely inflammable, and would not really pose any large danger.

To which I respond: Kyros could attempt to set fire to an iceberg, and still pose a large danger.

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