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    Wed Apr 29, 2009 9:15 pm  

    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip221a.htm

    Can you say agathocacological?
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    Thu Apr 30, 2009 8:00 am  

    I think Fraz-Urb'luu just had a little gas. Well, little by demon prince standards.
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    Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:26 pm  

    Just for fun, I did a calculation of the potential damage. It came to a whopping 71448 points of damage -- assuming all the damage was d6.

    Who let Waldorf back in? Laughing
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    Thu Apr 30, 2009 11:30 pm  

    Wow! I think I saw a Barbarian-Frenzied Berserker in 3.5E do that much damage once. Wink At least with this explosion someone with Evasion could dodge it. That kind of damage is enough to kill your next 700 characters! Yeash.
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    Thu May 07, 2009 1:15 pm  

    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip222a.htm

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    Wed May 13, 2009 10:37 pm  

    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip223a.htm

    Well worth the effort.
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    Thu May 14, 2009 6:09 pm  

    mortellan, in his comic, wrote:
    Also, bonus kudo points go to anyone who can spot which D&D cover Slerotin is an homage to.


    Looks like the wizard from the second (?) version of the AD&D Player's Handbook to me, although I have no clue what that character's name is...
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    Thu May 14, 2009 6:59 pm  

    Kudo points for kwint!

    That illo was by Easley IIRC. And yeah I don't think he has a
    name, but that was the most epic mage I could find at the time so now it's
    Slerotin!
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    Tue May 19, 2009 10:15 am  
    Late to the Reading

    Hi all -
    Being a long issue and one that revolved around a talking dog, I wasn't interested. That is until I saw Serlotin.
    My guess as to who Serlotin is drawn to look like - well, I'm not sure about the whole AD&D 2e PHB, because there is another guy that comes well before that. Lets call him...Ringlerun ( http://www.toyarchive.com/Dungeons&Dragons/Figures/ActionFigures.html ) the Good Wizard.

    EDIT:(Here is a picture of Ringlerun as a 2.5" miniature - with a longer beard that is more in keeping with the drawing of Serlotin - http://www.toyarchive.com/Dungeons&Dragons/Minitures/MiniFigures.html )

    This was 1982-1984. I remember having a few of these - and for good measure when I had a job and could afford to "re-collect" I bought some of them. I have a few of these that are listed on that page - as well as never hearing of many of the (like Bowmerc).
    Thus, I have to say that maybe even Mort was wrong. Damn, and Rasgon isn't around to see me actually post a really good and maybe even a worthy post.
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    Wed May 20, 2009 9:17 pm  

    Ringlerun! Yup that is him alright, can't deny it. I think Ringlerun Slerotin
    was his full name. Or was it Slerotin Ringlerun? ;)

    Now looking at those
    mini figs. I had Strongheart, Warduke and Kellek. If only I had got the Good
    Wizard I would've known!
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    Thu May 21, 2009 9:14 am  

    Wow, despite growing up in the 80's I had never seen these figures.
    Melf! Prince Melf Brightflame is an action figure! LOL.

    His shield must be from the hippogriff riders who serve the Queen.

    http://www.toyarchive.com/Dungeons&Dragons/Figures/PeralayMelf.html
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    Thu May 21, 2009 9:55 am  

    Kirt wrote:
    Melf! Prince Melf Brightflame is an action figure! LOL.
    http://www.toyarchive.com/Dungeons&Dragons/Figures/PeralayMelf.html


    After following that link, I learned something valuable about Prince Brightflame...From now on, whenever Melf makes an appearance in my campaign, he'll be riding a giant giraffe Laughing ...Thanks, Kirt...
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    Thu May 21, 2009 12:40 pm  

    Kirt wrote:
    His shield must be from the hippogriff riders who serve the Queen.


    It seems likely that that was Gary Gygax's original intention (or it could be a griffin), but according to The Shady Dragon Inn, it comes from the "hunting hawk symbol of his clan."
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    Thu May 21, 2009 2:59 pm  
    WoG is for Gods

    Mort -
    After re-reading and going over the whole Serlotin comic, I'm actually dismayed. Serlotin Ringlerun isn't a god. Yes, in the OJ there have been a few heroes, and you have the id10t twins (wouldn't call them anything but wonder_ful to their faces, however) show up all the time, but WoG is about the GODS. The Gods of the WoG 1.0. Rationalization here: The id10t twins are "representatives' of a god (so they count).
    So unless you're making another comic strip dedicated to the heroes of WoG1.0, then lets keep WoG about the Gods of WoG 1.0 and 2.0 (for those are some funny scenes, and I've told you I have a story about 1.0 to 2.0 and I'm PMing it to you now).
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    Thu May 21, 2009 6:31 pm  

    I've been pushing the boundaries of my gods only premise for a long time. Even longer than the cultists though they are the best. Anyhow, Slerotin is presently dead so he is now in the afterlife and is thus immortal. Tada!

    Oh yes, speaking of WoG2.0....

    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip224a.htm
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    Fri May 22, 2009 7:33 am  

    At first blush, drunken LARPing with three hawties sounds really good, but on second thaught:

    1.“Your sword is too small.”
    2.“Get off the floor.
    3.“You look like you have just been violated by a family of ogres.”

    Its enough to make you drop your mead goggles.
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    Thu May 28, 2009 5:38 pm  

    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip225a.htm

    Heeeeere's Graz'zt!
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    Fri May 29, 2009 5:04 pm  

    Great comic Mort Smile

    Graz'zt should have ripped out the lungs of jay leno several seasons back. Wink

    As for the content, glad I am not going to play the latest edition. Tell me where the hatred for the GH deities we know and love comes from...anyone....and the name raven queen...ugh. At least Nerull sounds mysterious and threatening . So many holes in the exerpt it boogles the mind. I leave it to another to spend the time to list them because I am too nauseated. Sad
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    Fri May 29, 2009 9:00 pm  

    I'm with ya Crag, except I find it humorous rather than stomach churning. We can only hope that if GH 4E adopts the same approach they at least let us replace Nerull with homegrown Wee Jas.

    On a side note I find the whole 'creation' of the Raven Queen boggling. They obviously kept several GH Core gods including Vecna of all things, but then demoted a bunch of the actual playable GH deities, one of which was Wee Jas. WJ had her own write up in Dragon for goodness sake. My only guess as to why they let WJ go is she became too overblown in portfolio and they opted for a (note) simpler female death goddess. That is fine I guess, but in the process they now have a Goddess of Death and...Fate? Ut oh, watch yer back Istus!
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    Thu Jun 04, 2009 4:10 pm  

    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip226a.htm

    More Raven Queen antics.
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    Fri Jun 05, 2009 8:16 am  

    the RQ costume is actually a warhammer fantasy dark elf sorceress.
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    Crag wrote:

    As for the content, glad I am not going to play the latest edition.


    Thats too bad really, 4e is a great system for GH campaigns.


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    Tell me where the hatred for the GH deities we know and love comes from...anyone....and the name raven queen...ugh.


    She is called the raven queen because the raven is her representative animal. Her name is hidden so that orcus can not use its power to over throw her. she is a conglomeration of Wee Jas and the irish goddess Morrigan

    Morrigan, sometimes known as Morrigu, was an Irish goddess of death on the battlefield who helped the Tuatha De Danann at both battles of Magh Tuireadh. She was associated with the other war deities Macha, Badb and Nemain. Morrigan appeared sometimes as a warrior in a battle, siding with her favourites. Most often she soared overhead as a raven or a crow, shrieking and flapping her wings to scare the host, or to signify imminent death.

    She settled on the shoulder of the Ulster hero Cuchulainn when he was finally killed in the war against Queen Medb's forces. Cuchulainn had not only refused Morrigan's love, but in anger had even wounded her. For such a deed his fate was sealed.

    Hell hath no fury like a war goddess scorned! I think Morrigan is a fascinating figure in Celtic mythology.




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    At least Nerull sounds mysterious and threatening . So many holes in the exerpt it boogles the mind. I leave it to another to spend the time to list them because I am too nauseated. Sad


    The raven queen is a much better thought out and implemented diety and has a much greater appeal for use in any campaign. IMO[/img][/b]
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    Fri Jun 05, 2009 9:00 pm  

    Thanks for the spot check cennedi! Now that you mention it she does make a good warhammer dark elf, except I didn't pick up on any elf ears that might've helped. Huh. I guess that means this'll never be the RQ's canon image, ah well. This worked for a one-shot I guess.

    As for the morrigan-wee jas combo, that I like.
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    Sat Jun 06, 2009 3:42 pm  

    I am baffled is all Confused

    A knock on GH is the number of deities; which is justified as oerth became the test for ideas. However the deities chosen for culling seem to be the "iconic" ones to be replaced with "WoW" versions.

    We have no animosity toward GH but rather then cull the fringe deities we will kill the core iconic ones. Perhaps it is me but a subconscious sense of pettiness seems to be at work.
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    Sat Jun 06, 2009 4:16 pm  

    Yeah Crag, I dunno. There does seem to be a sense that the policy with Wizard's current staff is to reimagine -everything- as its easier to do than adapting material that has the weight of decades behind it. It isn't just them though, it's all the rage in TV, Hollywood, comics....any place where fantasy meets a younger generation of writers and consumers. Ah well...
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    Crag wrote:
    I am baffled is all Confused

    A knock on GH is the number of deities; which is justified as oerth became the test for ideas. However the deities chosen for culling seem to be the "iconic" ones to be replaced with "WoW" versions.

    We have no animosity toward GH but rather then cull the fringe deities we will kill the core iconic ones. Perhaps it is me but a subconscious sense of pettiness seems to be at work.


    Crag,

    As we don't have a 4e GH we have no idea what is going to be in the deities list and what isn't. To look to Core for answers isn't really realistic. The core gods are just that, core. Bane in 4e FR is not the same as the Core version. Also, the FR god list is way larger than Core but smaller than previous FR lists.

    Also, remember the current model for campaign worlds is 3 books: Campaign Setting, Player's Guide, & Module. That model enforces the need to consolidate and distill things to their essence. There is just no way to condense 30 years of published GH material into that small a page count.

    So, in essence its not pettiness, but necessity of the form that will drive the reduction in gods. I think this will be a good thing for GH in the end because it will open the campaign up again.

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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip227a.htm

    Time for a new installment of....
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip228a.htm

    They're back and they want your world!
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    Nutball cultists = awesome. Cool Laughing
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip229a.htm

    Enjoy!
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    "upcoming uber-awesome Gencon special"- Evil Grin
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    Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:26 pm  

    hi mortellan!

    ever thought of doing a robilar one?
    i know the focus is the gods, but i think it would be great, with quij flying the carpet and stuff.. Happy
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    Wolfsire wrote:
    "upcoming uber-awesome Gencon special"- Evil Grin


    Yes and as I wrote I realized it may be bigger than I expected. We'll see how it pans out...
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    rossik wrote:
    hi mortellan!

    ever thought of doing a robilar one?
    i know the focus is the gods, but i think it would be great, with quij flying the carpet and stuff.. Happy


    Just so I'm, sure rossik. Have you seen my Needfest Special from 2007?

    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/needfest3/needf1.htm

    It has Robilar, Quij and Riggby to boot, plus it is the only appearance of Iuz in my comic. Now what you probably meant is a regular Robilar storyline like with the cultists? Not a bad request if so. Wink
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    Sun Jun 28, 2009 5:04 pm  

    wow!
    that was very amazing!

    thanks for the link!

    and yeah, wish for more robilar stories lik eht cultists, if possible :D

    congratulations on the awesomess (is this a word?)
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip230a.htm

    Good luck! Smile
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    I lost count, but love the double entendre in pan. 5.
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    Thanks! No worries about the count, did you catch the visual reference though?
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    mortellan wrote:
    Thanks! No worries about the count, did you catch the visual reference though?


    No. Not consciously, at least. But I kept staring at it thinking there was something about it. I bet that was the way you drew it, though, rather than some latent insight on my part. Razz
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    mortellan wrote:
    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip230a.htm

    Good luck! Smile


    Great strip! I did 18 points on the quiz, not bad. :-D

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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip231a.htm

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    Yep! Caught it! Laughing

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    Mayaheine! You go girl! Cool
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    Heh heh, Noerbo never quits does he? And poor Mayaheine, so paladinaic and devoted to her work will she ever have time for fun?
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    mortellan wrote:
    Kudo points for kwint!

    That illo was by Easley IIRC. And yeah I don't think he has a
    name, but that was the most epic mage I could find at the time so now it's
    Slerotin!


    He's also an NPC in one of the TSR collector cards iirc. ...or rather the art was used for it.
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    Good find Thanael!

    Anyhoo, onto another all-new comic. Arm yourself for an awesome alliterative attack from an authority on all things...

    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip232a.htm
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    M-U IDed?

    Hi again,

    >He's also an NPC in one of the TSR collector cards iirc. ...or rather the art was used for it.<

    I was always sure that Easley wizard was meant to be the Ringlerun action figure - http://www.toyarchive.com/Dungeons&Dragons/Figures/Ringlerun.html

    Other than that, great to see you're still keeping up the good work!

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    Other than that, great to see you're still keeping up the good work!

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    Thanks Scott! I must be the only person who didn't remember Ringlerun. :P

    And btw, your Castle Greyhawk fiction has inspired me to do some GH fiction writing. Have you been writing anything else lately?
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    Aww...

    Hi all,

    >And btw, your Castle Greyhawk fiction has inspired me to do some GH fiction writing. Have you been writing anything else lately?<

    As I shared on Greytalk recently, I have been too busy developing my own retro-clone supehero game (Hideouts & Hoodlums), writing for Mythmere Games, and writing superhero fanfiction to do any Greyhawk writing anymore. I am glad I inspired you and hope your Greyhawk fiction turns up on Greytalk someday!

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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip233a.htm

    Get ready for some reading Razz
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    Fri Jul 24, 2009 8:14 am  
    That's amazing!

    Wow...I thought for sure you must have been fudging some of those terms as I read it, but it looks like you just really did your homework! Funny too; it reminds me of how my ex-wife must have felt when she was in a room with three Greytalkers discussing Greyhawk...

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    Re: That's amazing!

    Scottenkainen wrote:
    Wow...I thought for sure you must have been fudging some of those terms as I read it, but it looks like you just really did your homework! Funny too; it reminds me of how my ex-wife must have felt when she was in a room with three Greytalkers discussing Greyhawk...

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    haha! yeah that's exactly the type of mood I was going for. Thanks Scott!
    And yeah there was significant homework. I'm glad it's over! :P
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip234a.htm

    Now for some fun. Follow the directions and post here or email/PM me if you like.
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    mortellan wrote:
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    Now for some fun. Follow the directions and post here or email/PM me if you like.


    OK, so it is Rudd, Olidammara and Norebo opening the chest, but who is on the guard of the sword? It looks like Delleb?
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    Kirt, the answer to the guard of the sword or better, the name of the sword, is one of the easter eggs I threw into that pic. Anyone know where its from?
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    mortellan wrote:
    ... one of the easter eggs ...


    Where did I put my basket ...
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip234a.htm

    Now for some fun. Follow the directions and post here or email/PM me if you like.


    To the sword's right among the coins there's what to me looks like... an eye? Vecna's Eye!? Maybe I'm seeing things and it's just a ring...

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    carlanco wrote:
    To the sword's right among the coins there's ... an eye? Vecna's Eye!?


    Vecna's Eye and the Sword of Kas? Confused

    That's my thinking, though I had missed the eye! Embarassed Evil

    But the sword immediately put me in mind of Kas. Cool
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    "Oh, look! The Sword of Kas, the Eye of Vecna, the Hand of Vecna, and the Head of Vecna all in one place! Uh...Norebo, you can have the Head."
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    LOL. Yeah guys the thing in the pile is the Eye of Vecna and the Sword is the Sword of Kas (check your Vecna Lives! for a good look at the crossguard detail). Kudos.

    bubba: Good entry! Just how a group of roguish adventurers would act when confronted with 2 or more possible relics. Laughing

    Enough speculating on the picture now, you found all the hidden stuff. Any other entries?
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    “By my … ! It the Breasts of Vecnina!”
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip235a.htm

    This one took some EXTRA work...enjoy!
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    Very nice minis. Happy
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    I prefer Reaper Mini's

    Hi all -
    I'm not saying that I can do a better job. However, When I first saw these I thought they had too much play-doo (green stuff).
    I think your base miniature wasn't quite right. I for one don't really prefer Warhammer or other mini's other than Reaper (well, I do like WotC's plastic's for monsters).
    For my Pholtan Inquisitors I've used Reaper's Legends line and I've linked to a few of their base options that I think might work better for a base miniature.
    We just moved, and as we're now "empty nesters" I get my own room. All my books are on book cases (vs being in a box never to be looked at and revered) and I have my painting desk. Heck, just last night I hung up my miniature cases on the wall and I'm putting my "whites" up so that I can now begin the cleaning process (have years of being in boxes, I'll have to re-paint them white). So maybe, but unlikely, I'll take one of these Reaper Inquisitors and make one a cultist.
    But here are those reaper base ideas - you'll use less green stuff.

    This mini is the one that I originally was thinking of - this cultist has his arms raised and is holding the Codex of Infinite Planes!:
    http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/inquisitor/latest/02337

    This cultist has a sword, for which he chaotically smites his dark lords enemies, and he also carries the CoIP on his belt.:
    http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/Dark%20Heaven%20Legends/latest/02412

    This potential cultist has a wavy dagger and a crooked staff:
    http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/inquisitor/latest/02324

    I don't think this cultist is quite right. But then I used this miniature for Tarburn, the Mini's Handbook Warmage - and just like his name, he used a lot of fire based spells and as an NPC he ended up dying by fire.
    http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/inquisitor/latest/02720

    Now, this cultist is a blue orchid assassin. Something about him looks right, but not quite the cultist feel that the inquisitors have:
    http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/Dark%20Heaven%20Legends/latest/02914

    The final cultist contestant from the reaper miniature line comes as a pair, just like the hand drawn versions. These cultists already have a female sacrafice, which could currently be painted as a drow. Cultist on the left his reading from his dark book, preparing to use the CoIP to usurp the Spider Queen's power for their own dark lord, while the other has in his hands the ceremonial dagger, and in looking at the back of the mini's he also has in his back "pocket" a scroll.
    On the down side - their faces are showing. But with a little green stuff, I think a full pillow case can be made fairly easily. These guys also appear to be a little more muscular, whereas those in the comic are almost rail thin (and my first choice is the first mini I listed and he's rail thin - are are the rest of those inquisitors).
    (EDIT: I forgot to link the cultists)
    http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/Dark%20Heaven%20Legends/latest/03312#detail/03312_w_1


    In typing this out - this potential cultist - it makes me think of a dating game....trying out for the team.

    This is a link to a search of their inquisitor mini's:
    http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/inquisitor

    So while I didn't really like the mini's - I do applaud your fine work and likely much better than I would have done. I think that if you do attempt to re-do them, you'll have a much easier time with mini's that you don't have to remove so much iridium/metal.

    Keep up the good work Mort, and as always, your site is truly the only reason I keep GHO alive.
    Be Well. Be Well Molded.
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    Mortellan, nice job, as always. Cool

    Issak, thanks for the link. Happy
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    Mystic-Scholar and Wolfsire: Thanks! The things I do for a laugh.

    Good links Theocrat. Yeah working with metal is a pain. I have a few Reaper minis and they're always so extravagent I wouldn't mar them with a knife. GW minis though I've abused for a long time so I don't feel bad if I make mistakes. I like the poses that Reaper uses, best out there for characters IMO. I hope to see some more work on your minis, its an area of Greyhawk fandom that we don't explore hardly at all around here. :)
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    "By Al'Akbar, IT'S A TRAP!"

    (You either get it or you won't Wink )
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/creationmyth/wogstrip236a.htm

    dun Dun DUN DUN! It's my epic Gencon Special!
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    AWESOME!!! Shocked Cool Happy

    And I thought that I had too much time on my hands! Laughing Laughing Laughing

    Mort, you're just too much man! Wink

    Just AWESOME!!! Shocked Cool Happy
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    You've really outdone yourself, Mort. That was fantastic. Well done!
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    I was grinning at every panel Exclamation Laughing
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    And I thought R. Crumb's "The Book of Genesis" was something to look forward too.

    Nice job on this. I best buy property in Ull NOW! Laughing
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    genious work!

    the kind of humor is very funny, like it a lot


    oh, could i steal the tomb of horror rollercoste image?
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    Go right ahead rossik! It's a still from the D&D cartoon with the Great Green Face from the Tomb of Horrors, put in place of the dragon head on the side of the mountain. Pretty clever if I do say so myself ;)
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    Greyhawk the Revelation

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    Pretty clever if I do say so myself ;)


    Hey! You don't have time for this -- smarty pants. You're supposed to be working on the next Webcomic! Greyhawk, the Revelation! "And seven angles of Pholtus blew upon seven golden trumpets . . ." Shocked

    (*Damn! But those Canoneers are hard task masters!*) Evil Grin Laughing Laughing Laughing
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    Anytime I do Pholtan stuff it has to pass muster with the Theocrat of Pholtus. I wonder what he would think of such a Revelation Heresy?

    btw would be task-masters, I did enough material for half a year's worth of comics. I deserve a break don't I? Also...get to posting captions dammit!
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    Captions

    You know we love ya' Mort. And we live to obey! Happy

    Take as long a break as you need. But, its your own fault you know -- for doing such wonderful work! Happy Cool Laughing
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    Thank you for the praise O'Scholar. Unfortunately I will press on. Taking any lengthy rest might result in my complacency and possibly the end of the comic. I have at least 64 more weeks to hit 300 my next milestone so expect alot more cultists and gods in space. Happy
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    You da' man, Mort! You da' man! Laughing

    And thanks for pressing on! Happy
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip237a.htm

    Pressing on...
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    Ah, Mortellan, Servant of Obad-hai, the "neutrality" is not lost upon me! Laughing

    I enjoyed the first five Darksun novels -- and Brom did do excellent work, I remember those covers (or was it just the chicks? Evil Grin ) -- but I wouldn't want to "play" in that setting. Neutral

    Your work is as outstanding as always, of course. From everyone here, thanks for "pressing on." Happy
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    Didn't you do one where O had eaten one of her unicorns? E's new outfit looks good. Wink
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    Yes Wolfsire, that was the comic before this week's as a matter of fact. Unfortunately the Druids don't want us to know Obad-Hai eats unicorns so, shhhh.
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip238a.htm

    Yep....
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    Where are Minsk and Boo when you need them!? Shocked

    But, Mort, I thought "our" intrepid crew was supposed to do that to the Klingons, not have it done to them! Laughing Laughing

    You 'da man, Mort! Cool Wink

    Another good one. Happy
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    I don't know how many, but I'm guessing it will not matter and that they breed like rabbit... Then for some crossbreeds that only tSB could love. Still, I bet they all taste like chicken. Razz
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    Tribbles multiplied every time they ate something! Shocked

    I wonder, do Tribbles taste like chicken . . . hmmm? Confused

    I know! I'll ask Wolfsire! Evil Grin Laughing
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip239a.htm

    Kudos to all that played along. Surprised
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    Mort! What are you trying to say!? Is this the end!? Delleb! You murdering @#$%&*@! Shocked

    Laughing Laughing Laughing

    Great stuff, Mort, as always. Cool
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    "Eww!" (mortellan)

    Mission accomplished. Cool
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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip240a.htm

    Busy week for me personally. More comics and more Contest Pics coming soon. Until then, heeeeere's Graz'zt!
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    Well, with 4e I might be on the right plane, but here we go...

    Do More Gong!

    "I'll give you black sensations up and down your spine.
    If you're into evil, you're a friend of mine.
    See my white light flashing as I split the night,
    'Cause if good's on the left, then I'm stickin' to the right!"

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    Mort! I knew it was a lie! I knew that Delleb didn't get you! You escaped! Evil Grin

    Mort, if you were a real friend . . . you'd loan me some of your talent! Laughing Laughing Laughing

    (*I have got to learn to speak Abyssal!*) Evil Grin

    Great work, Mort! Cool


    (Wolfsire, I'm beginning to worry about you!) Evil Grin Laughing
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    Mystic-Scholar wrote:

    (Wolfsire, I'm beginning to worry about you!) Evil Grin Laughing


    Only beginning? Why so tardy? Wink

    I'm a rolling thunder, poutin rain
    I'm comin' down like a hurricane
    My lightning's flashing across the sky
    You're only young but you're gonna die

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    http://www.greyhawkonline.com/wogcomic/title/wogstrip241a.htm

    More W.o.G 2.0
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    Thu Sep 17, 2009 7:59 pm  

    Mort, how do you think these things up? Yet another fine "moral" given due consideration. Nice job. Cool
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    This one was compliments of the "Theocrat" of Pholtus (and?) Iomedae.
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    Well then, applause to all! Ahh, team work! Happy
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    Hi all -
    I'd been planning this comic idea for a long time. I first gave Mort the idea back in November last year. Then I took even longer and came up with more ideas and wrote down a ton of 'research' for this little concept and finally sometime around March I gave that to Mort. I'd been waiting a long time for this one to come up, been looking forward to Mort's take on the idea. Pretty close to what I originally stated, right down the the schism, which I love.
    As usual, I love Mort's work and I just love this story. Finally, Pholtus begins his accession and planned take over of WoG 2.0!

    Doubly delicious is that I actually celebrate my anniversary of playing D&D on the 18th of September each year. I don't actually remember the actual date that I started playing, but I do know that it was the first couple weeks of school - I was in the third grade at Lilian J. Rice School living at 410 Village Drive in Chula Vista, CA. It was September of of 1979. So today I celebrate my 30 years of playing D&D (in some fashion or another [like Pathfinder]) and having a comic done that I helped author is just full of AWESOME.

    Be Well. Be Well WoG'd.
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    Congrats on the anniversary Issak. One more day and it would've fell on Talk Like a Pirate Day though. That would've been awesomer! I have 27 years of gaming under my belt I think. The only reason I say that is because IIRC the OD&D boxed sets used to say Ages 10 & up and I remember using that as a reason for my mom to buy it for me, but then again I was probably introduced to it a year ahead by my friend so...28 perhaps.

    Sorry I took so long to get to that idea. The Golarion storyline has been a tricky one to begin with since I only half-pay attention to Paizo stuff now and their progression of adventures and books has been fast to say the least. I think adding Pholtus to the mix will drum up some good drama at the game table now.

    More next time!
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    TheocratIssak wrote:
    I was in the third grade at Lilian J. Rice School . . . It was September of of 1979.


    Great Caesar's Ghost! I was in the Army, for goodness sakes! Tsk, tsk, tsk, you kids! Laughing Laughing Laughing

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