Our usual comic will resume monday.
So here we have it. The truth behind not only Bonnie's 'skills' at the game, ie hustling them, but also the simple fact...that she was kinda emo and depressing.
How she got kicked out of Chess Club: Unsportsmanly conduct...singing and her attitude, in short.
How she got kicked out of Drama Club: Anal retentiveness over certain bits of accuracy and none of the other girls felt as comfortable when she was around after she came out.
Part of the reason she gets so edgy when Phoebe outs her, although she hasn't quite hit her 'keep it to yourself' phase yet.
Why she got dumped by this girl she accidentally stood up:...yeah that speaks for itself.
So in the end Damien was right back on page 2. Reading a whole module and writing a character in that span of time is physically impossible; even for a fictional character. But scanning an index to get certain figures and talking quickly enough to pull the wool over people's eyes is. You never wanna play poker with Bonnie.
Wow. That might have been the best plot twist I've seen this year. O_O
For what it's worth, it's only January. Still have a solid eleven months ahead of us for me to be outdone.
But... there's one thing that bugs me about this and other campaign comics. Why are players allowed to read the modules? Doesn't that spoil the surprise? Or are you using the term to also mean setting supplements, like the Eberron Campaign Setting?
I mean I suppose it'd kinda make sense if she's playing the villain, but beyond that, no idea...
I mostly mean them as supplementary rule books i.e. 'Robots in disguise', or setting supplements, help cover certain extra rules to basically explain or game up certain things to basically justify them as happening in a tabletop game. Plus a module is by no means an end all be all, as a DM can take what it gives them and mix it up, raise the challenge rating and other various things.
Ah, okay. That makes more sense. Thanks.
I really have to write something about these three being happy for a while.
I would totally hire her to play Calisto Yew if Ace Attorney Investigations ever became a play. Just c'mon! And she would have quite a career in that series even as oneof the protagonists. Bluffing is key unless you are Apollo.