In Search of Fun
27th Jun 2014, 12:21 AM in
The Corbomite Maneuver
Where No Man Has Gone Before
The Rubik's Cube of Doom
Meanwhile, In Sickbay
Cookies & Captains
Who Needs Subtlety?
The Most Compelling Argument
It's One of These Polygons, Anyway
Destruction of the Dreaded Rubik's Cube
Attack of the Health Food
No Sense of Scale
He's not Exactly Wrong
Ten Minutes After These Ten Minutes
Emergency Meeting Time
In Search of Fun
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27th Jun 2014, 12:21 AM
I have got to stop putting up comics half an hour late.
This episode really does drag in places. It's the opposite of the previous two, in that they got less boring when viewed moment by moment- it gave me time to appreciate the little details about them. This episode has its moments, but there's a lot of just waiting in space, too.
07/2/14 EDIT: Oh gosh, when I said I didn't want to post comics late, I didn't think that would entail not posting any comics at all. Terrance is going to be so sad. ;_;
The comic will resume Thursday. I'm going to seriously consider an easier update schedule- but not until we finish this episode, because I really, really want to get to more interesting episodes.
Edit as of 7/19/14: Well, it happened. I completely and utterly ran out of steam.
Sorry, everybody. I don't really know how it happened, but I lost the will to make this thing. I might start it up again in the future, but not right now. If I do, it'll have to be because I genuinely want to, and I have no idea whether that's going to happen. As such, the comic is now on indefinite hiatus. It was fun while it lasted, you guys were great, and I'm really sorry that it fell apart.
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27th Jun 2014, 1:12 AM
At last some leadership from the role player-captain.
27th Jun 2014, 9:11 AM
I think there are few things worse as a GM than to know that your players are bored.
26th Nov 2014, 5:20 PM
being continually yelled at for taking your PCs backgrounds, motives, and playstyles into account when creating a campaign.
Especially when you're just giving them what they want.
30th Jun 2014, 7:00 PM
Nooo! Don't give up! Terrence and I need you!
Without you, there is no comic.
2nd Jul 2014, 10:54 PM
There are two of the worst nightmares a DM can have, right here in this comic.
The less horrifying one is realizing you're boring your players to death.
The more horrifying one is hearing your players say the spine chilling phrase, "I have a plan."
15th Jul 2014, 9:18 PM
You lied, you didn't post at all. :(
23rd Jul 2014, 6:11 PM
Well, since you plan on stopping, I'm going to be forced to pull out my weapon.
Every week I will post a comment on here, telling you various reasons as to why I love this series, maybe even discussing some Star Trek stuff with you. If anything to get your interest back into this...
...As for how you could continue this...Perhaps you could get someone to help you with the comic making and just focus on the script? I'm sure there would be people willing to help you.
11th Oct 2014, 2:42 AM
Don't feel bad. It was fun while it lasted. All the best on your next endeavor.
12th Sep 2015, 8:40 AM
I really enjoined the Comics, thx for letting them stay online!
7th Oct 2017, 12:19 PM
Terrance arrives to the party way too late, and I sympathize with that. Honestly though, the ending of this is pretty accurate to how this goes. But hey, it was fun while it lasted and you'll always remember the weird power trips and calls for murder. Then years later you'll be remembering about the evil pumpkin pie and the lettuce monster.