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3rd Apr 2020, 4:37 PM in Chapter 7
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Rocktopus 3rd Apr 2020, 4:37 PM edit delete
At least it wasn't for nothing

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navegar 3rd Apr 2020, 4:48 PM edit delete reply
apparently quite the alchemist, transubstantiation of paper into a sack of coin.
Rocktopus 3rd Apr 2020, 4:51 PM edit delete reply
No, he's got more than one of his little winged helpers. One grabs garbage, the other drops things off
Oldarmourer 3rd Apr 2020, 6:01 PM edit delete reply bag of holding...what a nice tip :)
wait...does 'take his tip' mean take the bag from the wing-thing to keep ?
or take it to deliver to the faun creature for 'his' tip ?
Guest 3rd Apr 2020, 9:23 PM edit delete reply
I didn't see it at first, but it does say 'his'. Unless this is a typo, Colleen's now gonna have to track down the feyfolk who gave her the letter.
Rocktopus 3rd Apr 2020, 11:25 PM edit delete reply
It means "take his tip for yourself, since he didn't bother to come up here"
Oldarmourer 4th Apr 2020, 1:03 AM edit delete reply
that works...should have seen it ...because it sounds like something I'd say ;)
Zudz 3rd Apr 2020, 6:09 PM edit delete reply
Thanks for killing a whole day in my waiting room!

I'm not saying it was unimportant but... wait, no that's exactly what I'm saying. Have a door prize, thanks for playing.
Sturzkampf 3rd Apr 2020, 6:19 PM edit delete reply
Hm... Is that first panel just the view in from the skylight, or are that those guys from Marblegate scrying on Ms Colleen and Mr Aldos? It's been a while since we saw them.
Gatora 3rd Apr 2020, 7:31 PM edit delete reply
I think it's just the skylight, as if you look in the top right of that first panel you can see the continuation of the big metal door behind his desk outside of the ring.
BornOnTheNinth 3rd Apr 2020, 7:36 PM edit delete reply
I'm assuming the Feyfolk sent this message themselves, hence the Satyr messenger.
someone 3rd Apr 2020, 9:41 PM edit delete reply
Wait a minute... I thought this comic was just "Marblegate" but it's apparently "Marble Gate Dungeon"? Did it change recently?
Rocktopus 3rd Apr 2020, 11:27 PM edit delete reply
The comic is undergoing some changes right now, including a slight name change. I will give an update on it when everything is complete.
As of now, the comic is officially titled "Marble Gate Dungeon"
Sharp 4th Apr 2020, 2:40 AM edit delete reply
Marble Gate Dungeon, and town, and now surrounding forest.
Bookeater_otaku 4th Apr 2020, 3:30 AM edit delete reply
Huh... the Fayfolk settling in the nearby forest? Political move? trying to find something within the dungeon so they send a whole delegation to support parties? Trying to make guild? Maybe we will see it soon.

Wonder if Randolph has something to say about this? Probably not. He is a drunk stoic at best and he has been around the Gates long enough that he probably saw plenty of groups and delegations come and goes.

Now I think I understand were this is going if we take the cover art for the chapter in consideration. Or at least I have a theory.

Wait... with our ass High Elf pretending to be a Wood Elf... Hehehe, someone is going to get called out on this!
David Argall 5th Apr 2020, 4:07 AM edit delete reply
"Maybe we will see..."
And maybe we won't. Of course the saying is "Once--accident, twice--coindence, 3 times--enemy action." And we have had only the mystery in the church and now visiting the mage, but I think I will say now that our writer has a liking for color scenes that don't have much to do with the plot.
Guest 5th Apr 2020, 11:10 AM edit delete reply
"... color scenes that don't have much to do with the plot"

David Argall 7th Apr 2020, 4:38 AM edit delete reply
The mentioned scenes are notable for having little or nothing to do with the plot of the story [apparently, since we don't know the future of the story, but it seems highly likely we would ignore these elements when telling the story to another]...which is not necessarily a criticism. A young lass with nothing to do with the plot, and little more to do with modest attire, is deemed an asset to the story [at least by the male parts of the audience.] It seems likely we will have more scenes of this type in the future.
Rocktopus 7th Apr 2020, 6:35 AM edit delete reply
None of the above have been seen for the last time

I promise you, I don't introduce things for nothing :)
padanew 4th Apr 2020, 3:48 AM edit delete reply
Before the invention of a postal service it was common to pick up and deliver letters along the way. Tipping the delivery person was a way to make sure you got your letter and as well as making sure you were known as someone who was generous to messengers.

Also, I noticed some of the monsters and there names have changed. Did the D&D lawyers get a hold of you?
StLOrca 4th Apr 2020, 6:31 PM edit delete reply
Colleen has the best wowface.
Darkening 5th Apr 2020, 3:17 PM edit delete reply
That feeling when you can just throw trash in the air and know that your minions will deal with it for you. It must be nice to be an Archmage.
io 8th Apr 2020, 5:08 PM edit delete reply
the ancient greeks define this as hubris