The Anorex[st]ics Centennial

Here it is. Triple digits! Time for some hyperventilation!

[promptly hyperventilates]

Now that we have that out of the way…

Anorex[st]ics Inaneymous 100

Voila.

This is an old Dungeons and Dragons trope, where, when the Dungeon Master was fed up with the game/the people playing/wanted to be a jerk, he would proclaim this and end the game. I don’t play D&D, but I’ve picked up a few things in all my years of internetism. If you’re into D&D, you might also want to check out this. It’s hilarious. There’s also a shirt devoted to it on thinkgeek.com (a very awesome website).

You know, I think the post itself was funnier than the comic… well, I never promised you good, just inane! Muahahaha.

Anyway, I think now is the time to insert some sentimentality (if there’s going to be any at all), so… thanks. Thanks for sticking with me for almost two years and a barrage of comics. I appreciate your support, and it’s been a blast.

Ciao for now!

PS: This is not the end of the comic. It will continue to update every Monday (usually. Unless the world gets thrown into chaos/comicking gets pushed to the back of the itinerary).

5 thoughts on “The Anorex[st]ics Centennial

  1. For as much of a bad name as it got in some circles, D&D really was a fantastically fun game.

    I remember playing a game that lasted literally years. Sometimes we’d not play it for months at a time, then pick it up again on a whim.

    I think it ended when after a several month break we re-convened against the wishes of our Dungeon Master (DM), who preferred just starting a new game. New Game? Heck no, by this point each of our characters were darn near omnipotent, owned several castles and I had a rather large dragon as a pet, how cool is that?!? Why would we want to start a new game.

    However, my character was also a Cleric, and therefore I was a servant of my chosen deity. Our DM re-started the game by declaring that since I obviously had not paid tribute to my chosen deity in the past several months, I had angered my Deity and had to fight him…..sans any of my spells or skills, which had been courtesy of my Deity.

    About that time a mountain fell on my head.

    We started a new game about 20 minutes later

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