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"I am Zilvyra Xorlarrin, the greatest bounty hunter in all the land!"
"I'm sorry, who?"
Zanex to Zilvyra, Banished Omens, "Act 1: "

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Banished Omens is a Fantasy themed webcomic based off a group of five friends playing Dungeons & Dragons. Grace is the Dungeon Master and Author, Artemis plays a ratfolk fighter named Veffi, Zoë a kitsune warlock named Zilvyra Xorlarrin, Bianca as the human paladin Elise Wersterung, and Alex a sylph cleric named Hiromi.



  • Act 1: Crabs/Undead
  • Act 2: Trial and Error
  • Act 3: Arm 1

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