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#36 "Hundred to One"

14th Mar 2013, 9:47 PM
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#36 "Hundred to One"
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Centcomm 14th Mar 2013, 10:42 PM edit delete reply
love this page.. such a massive scene .. :D
gibberish 14th Mar 2013, 11:11 PM edit delete reply
Great job and a really great opening panel. Bravissimo Gu!
Songgu Kwon 14th Mar 2013, 11:58 PM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
Thanks guys! This one was inspired by the amazingly weak and slow PEASANT unit from an old video game called "Heroes of Might & Magic". If you've played this, you'll know what I mean. ;)

Draginbeard 14th Mar 2013, 11:52 PM edit delete reply
Peasant mob? Hey, that only counts as one!
Songgu Kwon 15th Mar 2013, 12:48 AM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
Yeah... but it looks better on the resume if you count them individually. :p
Dean Clark 15th Mar 2013, 8:39 AM edit delete reply
Dean Clark
The original pawns. The next time you capture one, it might help to think of it as a hundred peasants.
Golux 16th Mar 2013, 2:32 PM edit delete reply
Just have to put some poo on it...

Reminds me of the translation of an ancient Egyptian medical papyrus scroll...

"Wisdom of the Ancients". Every time I hear that term used, I think of the Egyptian eye remedy.

Main ingredient?

Scribe's dung...
Songgu Kwon 18th Mar 2013, 1:38 AM edit delete reply
Songgu Kwon
Apparently the ancient Egyptians used some pretty gross remedies for certain illnesses. The idea was to drive away the demons that were causing the illness with some stuff that was even nastier than them.
gibberish 18th Mar 2013, 11:50 AM edit delete reply
Who knew that the first people to get shit-faced were looking for a cure?
Mayyday 18th Mar 2013, 11:56 AM edit delete reply
"Little" brother? ^_^
Guesticus 2nd Dec 2013, 10:24 AM edit delete reply
Well, using 'peasant' armies was how the Huns managed to get so far into Western Europe: use the surviving populations of the lands you conquer as vanguard/arrow-magnets and have your real forces come up fresh

"Little Brother" could be taken literally, or honorifically
YetAnotherTroper 3rd Dec 2015, 8:58 PM edit delete reply
As an avid player of Mount & Blade, I can verify that that's about what peasant levies are like.