This blog is dedicated to Rich Burlew's epic fantasy webcomic; The Order of the Stick. Here you will find everything you will never need about greedy rogues, grumpy dwarves, snarky fighters, psychopathic halflings, ditzy bards and androgynous elves; from Dorukan's dungeon to the Windy Canyon; from Team Evil to the Linear guild; if it's Ootsverse, it's here.
On second thought I should have drawn Haley and Elan in what they wore at Tarquin’s banquet, because I like those outfits more (pink and purple are fine, but wow that’s a lot of them). Oh well. I might work some more on this later, but I got to go send out some job applications.
“I am as guilty as if I had cast a Fireball into a crowded market square to catch a pickpocket! … Nothing presses more distinctly than the weight of my deeds upon my bartered soul… Perhaps, by some cold calculus, the net benefit of villains lost to innocents sacrificed may ultimately prove beneficial to the world. I can never know. But that would in no way lift the burden of my deed from my conscience, nor should it. The judgement was never mine to make! By my actions, my arrogance, and my ignorance, I am thrice-damned!”
“I refuse to kill anyone because it’s slightly more convenient than talking to them.”
It’s odd that this line is one of Roy’s first canonical moments of character growth, yet he was willing to do just that in regards to Belkar’s news about Durkon. I know the context is completely different but it’s something I picked up on.