IAD 19: 20 Sides of Courage by Chris Leavens

By Chris Leavens

This one's dedicated to Dungeon Master Wargo:

Icosahedron, give me resolve.


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Wha-!? I, er... whoa...

I don't know what to say... This may well be as inspired as the Moon one, though the title is clearly the best one yet. You're apparently reaping some good stuff from this IAD exercise.

It's good to know that there's one more person in the Unloosen collective that I can hope to play Dungeons & Drago... er, whatever weird game that funny Platonic solid might be used for, assuming it's used for a game, with. This "Dungeon Master" thingy sure sounds like something from a game, anyway...

Sherman would never stand there so resolutely if he didn't have Peabody with him. Otherwise, the picture is fully believable.

And Alex, let's give credit where credit is due: that's a regular Platonic solid.

Ja, ja, you right about da solid, Ed. However, if dem monsters eats dat boy and dat big dice, I is predicting dey may face some bowl-time with some very irregular solids...

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