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"Them Old Love Potions"

Never could figure out the use of a love potion in a dungeon like setting.
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Script: Roger Briant (Alacrity)
Art: Lance Card (Bromern Sal)

Roger's thoughts for this strip:
Al and Bro are at it again with the myth of Love Potions - How useful are they? The volunteer for this experiment is none other than Pekka (Raven)our Finnish staff member. No women were taken advantage of in the making of this comic, but I can't say the same for the men.

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Script for this strip:
Al: The Philter of Love, or Love Potion has existed in D&D since the very beginning.
Bro: But the application of the potion is limited in a dungeon like setting.

Cleric: Aaah!
Fighter: Use the Potion!
Thief: I don't think he's thirsty!
Mage: Telephone, Teller and Penn, Dude ...Where's my teleport?

Al: Attempts to concentrate the potion into a more combat oriented item usually fail.

Cleric: Aaah!
Fighter: It didn't work??
ThIef: I think he'd love to hurt us! Run!
Mage: Inversion, Invertebrates, Dude... where's my invisibility?

Al: In our labs, Bromern has worked diligently on a weapon that can deliver a love potion usefully in a
combat situation.
Bro: that right and here it is, my latest invention...

Bro: Bada! The Love Master 3000.

Al: What? No. You are kidding me. We spent half our budget on that?
Bro: Hey a lot of research went into this.

AL: Give me that hunk of ....
Bro: Al, no! Trust me, this will ... oops.

Pekka: Excuse me? Hello? Anteeksi mitä?

Al: You need to take this more seriously.
Bro: And you need to relax more. Try smiling once and awhile.
Al: I am smiling!

Al: Umm....
Bro: Hey! See! It worked.

Bro: So once again, we have shown that the myth of Love potions being useless is indeed a myth.
Al: Wait a minute! That's my wife!

Originally posted on February 23rd, 2012

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