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Post Posted: Wed Mar 02, 2005 5:59 pm 

I'm not sure how many of us here follow the exploits of B.A., Bob, Dave (my personal favorite) and the gang, but I seem to recall some comics discussion not long ago, so I'll post a quick note.

Knights of the Dinner Table #100 is available from finer retailers (obligatory "Hoody Hoo!" goes here) . I ordered mine from KenzerCo, but I've also seen it on NobleKnight. My FLGS sucks — it's actually UN-friendly, frankly — so I had to go with the online solution.

Anyway, it's pretty impressive: 144 pages, all on slick paper, with more interior color than I ever remember seeing in a KODT product. As far as the content ... well, I keep picking it up, then putting it back down. I'm trying to "save it for later." That should last about an hour ... :)


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Post Posted: Mon Mar 21, 2005 10:50 pm 

Been following the exploits of the Terrible Trio +1 since issue 44.

I tell ya, the early issues are getting as expensive as a Dragon #1.
(although, I did get a signed copy of #3 on ebay for $3.20 + $6.00 S&H)

Dave, get the barbarian in the corner a drink, quick!


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Post Posted: Tue Mar 22, 2005 9:14 am 

Knights helped get be back into D&D.  My wife brought home issue #17 or so sort of as a joke to our old gaming days, I read it, re-started my old feelings about the game, a few weeks later I started up playing agian and never looked back.

Knights has a special place for me :D

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Post Posted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 1:15 pm 

I got a subscription, they're GREAT!


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