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Comic #572

1 {scene: still in front of the blacksmith's shop}
1 Kyros: So where are we going to find a rich merchant caravan to rob?
1 Alvissa: This is stupid!
2 Mordekai: The Merchants' Guildhouse will have records of regular shipments and details of cargoes.
3 Kyros: But we can't get access to those.
3 Alvissa: Nice to hear some sense, finally.
4 Mordekai: We can break in!
4 Draak: Draak help!
4 Alvissa: I speak too soon...

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Quest? What quest?

2013-08-27 Rerun commentary: Alvissa really should know better by now. Even though we're only a few hundred strips into the run of the comic.

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