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The Order Of The Stick: Dungeon Crawlin' Fools by Rich Burlew
Cover Artist: Rich Burlew
Review by Paul Haggerty
Giant in the Playground Games Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 0976658003
Date: 01 February 2005

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The Order of the Stick: Dungeon Crawlin' Fools compiles the first 121 strips of Rich Burlew's masterful webcomic The Order of the Stick, featuring Roy Greenhilt and his band of misfit stick figure associates. If you've every played a Fantasy Role Playing Game you'll feel right at home here as the team takes on monsters weak and strong, vagaries of the genre itself, and the bizarre ramifications of the rules of the game.

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From the back of the book: The Order of the Stick: Dungeon Crawlin' Fools follows the comic strip adventures of six stick figure heroes as they brave the perils of your favorite fantasy role playing game. Watch as they struggle against monsters, evil twins, bored necromancers, and their own crushing incompetence in more than 140 full-color strips. The Order of the Stick lampoons role playing games and the fantasy genre itself in hilarious fashion weekly on the internet, and now even the technophobic can enjoy their antics in convenient book format. Packed with author commentary and more than 15 all-new never-seen-before comics, this compilation of the first major story arc is sure to be a collector's treasure for years to come. In the nightmarish world of the future, roving packs of scavengers will use this book in place of currency, so you should get your copy today.

(Source: Giant in the Playground Games)

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