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Nice Rolex 😀 Tanks are worth their weight in gold
I’m a tank, and I approve of this comic.
I’m a tank, and I hope PuGs are taking notes.
LOL, that was SUpper!, Reallllllly Real !, i love this! great job! 🙂
“I am a Tank.
I put myself in danger that others may work in safety.
I will do everything in my power to keep others safe, even if it means I fall.
I am the first one into battle, and the last one out.
I am a protector, a guardian, a champion.
I AM A TANK.” – Tiredtanker
[…] And, finally, the NoObz! comic gave us a fantastic example of the finer points of supply and demand. […]
Haha, very nice work.
“Land a hand”? You really that stupid?
@pewpew I think what you meant to say was:
Hey translator dude, there’s a mistake in this one: you wrote “land a hand” instead of “lend a hand”. You might want to correct it.
So I thank you for that, and I’ll correct it when I get a minute.
OOOOOHH, burned lol. Nice one pat. 😀
@PewPew : “You really that stupid?”
Mad props to the dudes who choose to do that craziness. And who put their trust in half-asleep healers to keep them alive. Now that is courage (sort of.)
I’m building a Two-handed DPS damage reduction porcupine tank for D&D Online… soon as I can get the damned game to WORK!!!
Throw some of that respect ovah here mah boy!
@Dorp You don’t have to worry about half asleep healers when you are one. I have a level 6 Cleric with an AC of 28 and DR of 4/- with moderate fortification. The only thing I lack is the saves against spells.
As a tank, I approve this message.
I’m halfway to becoming a true tank and I’m already getting people asking for my help.
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