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Comic #4364

1 Kyros: We should make camp for the night. Here’s a good spot.
2 Mordekai: What makes this a good spot? There’s no water, or defensible terrain.
3 Kyros: I’m an elementalist. I can create water.
4 Mordekai: And the defence?
4 Kyros: I can create fire.
4 Mordekai: I meant from you.

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As I was making this strip, my wife caught a glimpse of me assembling the photos, and asked why they have a camel.

I had to explain that they're travelling to a desert, so they're bringing a camel along through the forest for when they get there.

You know that look when you explain something and the person you're explaining to just nods but inside you can tell they're thinking that you're crazy? Yeah, that was the look.

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