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* When Jim, Meryl, and Thaddeus get imprisoned in Lolede city for quest fraud, Jim (Who quite likes it in his new cell) doesn't even attempt to break out. Problem is, he's given a way to escape by three sources. HilarityEnsues as he tries to shrug them off, and stay in his cell, only to be forced to break out ''by the captors themselves.''
* The CEO's memo announcing Simon's firing goes off on a wierd multi-level analogy about the company being like a family which is like a lion pride, then ends up saying that unfortunately he'll have to metaphorically murder Simon's children.

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* When Jim, Meryl, and Thaddeus get imprisoned in Lolede city for quest fraud, Jim (Who quite likes it in his new cell) doesn't even attempt to break out. Problem is, he's given a way to escape by three sources. HilarityEnsues as he tries to shrug them off, and stay in his cell, only to be forced to break out ''by ''[[{{Railroading}} by the captors themselves.themselves]].''
* The CEO's memo announcing Simon's firing goes off on a wierd weird multi-level analogy about the company being like a family which is like a lion pride, then ends up saying that unfortunately [[{{Metaphorgotten}} he'll have to metaphorically murder Simon's children.children]].


* The CEO's memo announcing Simon's firing goes off on a wierd multi-level analogy about the company being like a family which is like a wolf pack which is like a lion pride, then ends up saying that unfortunately he'll have to metaphorically murder Simon's children.

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* The CEO's memo announcing Simon's firing goes off on a wierd multi-level analogy about the company being like a family which is like a wolf pack which is like a lion pride, then ends up saying that unfortunately he'll have to metaphorically murder Simon's children.


* When Jim, Meryl, and Thaddeus get imprisoned in Lolede city for quest fraud, Jim (Who quite likes it in his new cell) doesn't even attempt to break out. Problem is, he's given a way to escape by three sources. HilarityEnsues as he tries to shrug them off, and stay in his cell, only to be forced to break out ''by the captors themselves.''

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* When Jim, Meryl, and Thaddeus get imprisoned in Lolede city for quest fraud, Jim (Who quite likes it in his new cell) doesn't even attempt to break out. Problem is, he's given a way to escape by three sources. HilarityEnsues as he tries to shrug them off, and stay in his cell, only to be forced to break out ''by the captors themselves.''''
* The CEO's memo announcing Simon's firing goes off on a wierd multi-level analogy about the company being like a family which is like a wolf pack which is like a lion pride, then ends up saying that unfortunately he'll have to metaphorically murder Simon's children.


** He also apparently has nerves of steel or his nerves are deadened from his ''extremely'' masochistic tendencies. When Jim flatly refuses the deal being offered to him (''Mr. Wonderful wants Jim to enter the Magic Resistance and take them down, in exchange for being freed from prison, which is exactly what Jim ''doesn't'' want; he's been spending the entire book thus far trying to die, and a nice forgotten dungeon at the bottom of a castle is a good enough substitute for death''), Mr. Wonderful screams "WELL, TOUGH TITTIES!", '''chops off his left hand at the wrist''', and then pokes around the now-profusely-bleeding stump. Even more darkly-hilarious is that he continues to try and force Jim to accept the deal right up until Mr. Wonderful starts slurring his words and then keels over dead from blood loss.

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** He also apparently has nerves of steel or his nerves are deadened from his ''extremely'' masochistic tendencies. When Jim flatly refuses the deal being offered to him (''Mr. Wonderful wants Jim to enter the Magic Resistance and take them down, in exchange for being freed from prison, which is exactly what Jim ''doesn't'' want; he's been spending the entire book thus far trying to die, and a nice forgotten dungeon at the bottom of a castle is a good enough substitute for death''), Mr. Wonderful screams "WELL, TOUGH TITTIES!", '''chops '''''chops off his left hand at the wrist''', wrist''''', and then pokes around the now-profusely-bleeding stump. Even more darkly-hilarious is that he continues to try and force Jim to accept the deal right up until Mr. Wonderful starts slurring his words and then keels over dead from blood loss.


** He also apparently has nerves of steel or his nerves are deadened from his ''extremely'' masochistic tendencies. When Jim flatly refuses the deal being offered to him (''Mr. Wonderful wants Jim to enter the Magic Resistance and take them down, in exchange for being freed from prison, which is exactly what Jim ''doesn't'' want; he's been spending the entire book thus far trying to die, and a nice forgotten dungeon at the bottom of a castle is a good enough substitute for death''), Mr. Wonderful screams "WELL, TOUGH TITTIES!", ''chops off his left hand at the wrist'', and then pokes around the now-profusely-bleeding stump. Even more darkly-hilarious is that he continues to try and force Jim to accept the deal right up until Mr. Wonderful starts slurring his words and then keels over dead from blood loss.

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** He also apparently has nerves of steel or his nerves are deadened from his ''extremely'' masochistic tendencies. When Jim flatly refuses the deal being offered to him (''Mr. Wonderful wants Jim to enter the Magic Resistance and take them down, in exchange for being freed from prison, which is exactly what Jim ''doesn't'' want; he's been spending the entire book thus far trying to die, and a nice forgotten dungeon at the bottom of a castle is a good enough substitute for death''), Mr. Wonderful screams "WELL, TOUGH TITTIES!", ''chops '''chops off his left hand at the wrist'', wrist''', and then pokes around the now-profusely-bleeding stump. Even more darkly-hilarious is that he continues to try and force Jim to accept the deal right up until Mr. Wonderful starts slurring his words and then keels over dead from blood loss.

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** He also apparently has nerves of steel or his nerves are deadened from his ''extremely'' masochistic tendencies. When Jim flatly refuses the deal being offered to him (''Mr. Wonderful wants Jim to enter the Magic Resistance and take them down, in exchange for being freed from prison, which is exactly what Jim ''doesn't'' want; he's been spending the entire book thus far trying to die, and a nice forgotten dungeon at the bottom of a castle is a good enough substitute for death''), Mr. Wonderful screams "WELL, TOUGH TITTIES!", ''chops off his left hand at the wrist'', and then pokes around the now-profusely-bleeding stump. Even more darkly-hilarious is that he continues to try and force Jim to accept the deal right up until Mr. Wonderful starts slurring his words and then keels over dead from blood loss.


* OH GOD YOUR EYES HURRAAARARRRRGLAB!!! - no matter how badass the character

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* OH GOD YOUR EYES HURRAAARARRRRGLAB!!! - no matter how badass the charactercharacter.


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-->''"Okay, I thought. I'm not going to panic. I'm going to take a deep breath--okay, I'm not going to take a deep breath, but I'm going to count to ten, and take stock, and stay calm. I died. Oh well. Could happen to anyone. Everyone, even. And now I've come back to life. So I can't exactly complain, can I? I'm in a coffin. That's where they put dead people. It makes sense. Ho hum. There's no air in here. La de dah. Who needs air? Not me, anymore, apparently. My body seems to have been wasting away for many years. Well I never.''"
-->''(loud rumbling) "And there's an earthquake going on. Fiddle de [[NotSoStoic RAARGH LET ME OUT LET ME OUT--]]''


* The first few chapters of the book make it abundantly clear that this is indeed a book by Yahtzee Croshaw; as a horde of undead enter labour negotiations with a necromancer, [[ItMakesSenseInContext one of his minions suggests that he pay the horde with prostitutes.]] The idea is [[Squick quickly nixed by all present]].

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* The first few chapters of the book make it abundantly clear that this is indeed a book by Yahtzee Croshaw; as a horde of undead enter labour negotiations with a necromancer, [[ItMakesSenseInContext one of his minions suggests that he pay the horde with prostitutes.]] The idea is [[Squick [[{{Squick}} quickly nixed by all present]].


* The first few chapters of the book make it abuntantly clear that this is indeed a book by Yahtzee Croshaw; as a horde of undead [[ItMakesSenseInContext attempt to convince a necromancer to pay them with prostitutes.]]
* When Jim, Meryl, and Thaddeus get imprisoned in Lolede city for quest fraud, Jim (Who quite likes it in his new cell) doesn't even attempt to break out. Problem is, he's given a way to escape least three sources. HilarityEnsues as he tries to shrug them off, and stay in his cell, only to be forced to break out ''by the captors themselves.''

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* The first few chapters of the book make it abuntantly abundantly clear that this is indeed a book by Yahtzee Croshaw; as a horde of undead enter labour negotiations with a necromancer, [[ItMakesSenseInContext attempt to convince a necromancer to one of his minions suggests that he pay them the horde with prostitutes.]]
]] The idea is [[Squick quickly nixed by all present]].
* When Jim, Meryl, and Thaddeus get imprisoned in Lolede city for quest fraud, Jim (Who quite likes it in his new cell) doesn't even attempt to break out. Problem is, he's given a way to escape least by three sources. HilarityEnsues as he tries to shrug them off, and stay in his cell, only to be forced to break out ''by the captors themselves.''


* When Jim, Meryl, and Thaddeus get imprisoned in Lolode city for quest fraud, Jim (Who quite likes it in his new cell) doesn't even attempt to break out. Problem is, he's given a way to escape least three sources. HilarityEnsues as he tries to shrug them off, and stay in his cell, only to be forced to break out ''by the captors themselves.''

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* When Jim, Meryl, and Thaddeus get imprisoned in Lolode Lolede city for quest fraud, Jim (Who quite likes it in his new cell) doesn't even attempt to break out. Problem is, he's given a way to escape least three sources. HilarityEnsues as he tries to shrug them off, and stay in his cell, only to be forced to break out ''by the captors themselves.''


* The first few chapters of the book make it abuntantly clear that this is indeed a book by Yahtzee Croshaw; as a horde of undead [[ItMakesSenseInContext attempt to convince a necromancer to pay them with prostitutes.]]

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* The first few chapters of the book make it abuntantly clear that this is indeed a book by Yahtzee Croshaw; as a horde of undead [[ItMakesSenseInContext attempt to convince a necromancer to pay them with prostitutes.]]]]
* When Jim, Meryl, and Thaddeus get imprisoned in Lolode city for quest fraud, Jim (Who quite likes it in his new cell) doesn't even attempt to break out. Problem is, he's given a way to escape least three sources. HilarityEnsues as he tries to shrug them off, and stay in his cell, only to be forced to break out ''by the captors themselves.''


--> ''"Is there a word for the opposite of a mugging?"''

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--> ''"Is there a word for the opposite of a mugging?"''mugging?"''
* The first few chapters of the book make it abuntantly clear that this is indeed a book by Yahtzee Croshaw; as a horde of undead [[ItMakesSenseInContext attempt to convince a necromancer to pay them with prostitutes.]]


--> '''Is there a word for the opposite of a mugging?'''

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--> '''Is ''"Is there a word for the opposite of a mugging?'''mugging?"''


* *Lord Dreadgrave's Undead Minion signed in at 04:14pm*: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHH! *breath* AAAAAAAAAAAAHH...

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* *Lord Dreadgrave's Undead Minion signed in at 04:14pm*: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHH! *breath* AAAAAAAAAAAAHH...AAAAAAAAAAAAHH...
* Jim being mistaken for a quest giver.
--> '''Is there a word for the opposite of a mugging?'''


* *Lord Dreadgrave's Undead Minion signed in at 04:14pm*: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH *breath* AAAAAAAAAAAAAH...

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* *Lord Dreadgrave's Undead Minion signed in at 04:14pm*: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHH! *breath* AAAAAAAAAAAAAH...AAAAAAAAAAAAHH...

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