Babylon Sticks: Heroic Quest


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Babylon Sticks: Heroic Quest comic

A custom casual gameplay comic created exclusively for JIG by Babylon Sticks creator, James Francis. Follow Babylon Sticks on Twitter: @babylonsticks.

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"I could probably sell some of the items I "acquired" in various parts of my body for scrap, but that's about it."

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Jesssabiel April 22, 2010 6:52 PM

Bahahaha!! Good call DarknessKeeper.
He could start up his own "second hand weapons" stall.
Really funny comic today. Made me laugh out loud. :D

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This is what happens if Link talked.

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In Star Fox 64, after the ending and credits, you're treated to an image of a bill detailing the number of enemies you killed and the fee charged for killing them.

The general makes an astonished statement, then stamps the bill with his seal of approval before kicking you back to the title screen.

-SirNiko

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"But the redshirts who were hyper-incompetent at fighting goons-"

"Put your treasury in a deficit of over 9000? Y'know, that crown of yours looks like a certain Runescape hat type that's worth about the cost of the adventure...

WIN!

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This is probably my favorite comic yet.

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Oh I luv it!!
I especially luv the kings paper crown!
XD

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Not just REALLY funny, But it is awsome artwork!

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Just John April 23, 2010 1:31 AM

I'm quite amused by the backstab fail! Though now I'll be disappointed anytime I play an RPG, get shot by an arrow, and am unable to sell it later...

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SonicLover April 23, 2010 7:45 AM

"Yes... and loot dropped by the hundreds of monsters you killed... and the little rewards you picked up from sidequests."

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Acidifiers April 24, 2010 6:11 PM

"I was counting on the fact that all the animals are usually stuffed with gold coins..."

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Looks like even his fire-proof cloak is starting to show signs of wear and tear...^_^;

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Hmm, that looks exactly like the castle room in the "huge tracts of land" sketch from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Yay!

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Hahahaha!
King: "Well, being a casual gameplay fan, actually I did think it was funded by random chests of treasure!"

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