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Tuesday, March 11, 2008



Webcomic URL: http://nodwick.humor.gamespy.com/

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Artist/Author: Aaron Williams
Updates: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday

"Nodwick is a comic strip created by Aaron Williams, based around the conventions of fantasy role-playing games, in particular Dungeons & Dragons...

The titular character, Nodwick, is a henchman... in the employ of a typical Dungeons & Dragons-style adventuring party..."

-- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nodwick

"The comic is about a simple henchman who travels with three characters but runs into all sorts of trouble, normally because of the actions of the characters."
-- http://drmikessteakdinner.com/

"...Nodwick is your typical henchman. He was hired by a small band of adventurers to help with "odd jobs." So far, I have seen these odd jobs include everything from unwillingly knocking down doors with his head, to setting off traps at the expense of his body, to being used as a human projectile (he isn't very big), to carrying back-breaking amounts of loot pilfered from all kinds of naughty people... His employers include a brainless warrior named Yeager, a danger prone and reckless wizard named Artax, and Piffany, the world’s nicest and most naive cleric..."

"Nodwick is rated TEEN for Violence."
-- http://shalmdi.blogspot.com/

"...Perpetually downtrodden and virtually indestructible, Nodwick serves a party of adventurers, some of whom have a habit of tossing him into every dark hole to see if it's dangerous down there.

The good thing here is that the writing would be funny in any genre, and the stories are told so that you don't need to be a gamer to understand what's going on. (It still helps if you are, though.)"

-- The Secret Irrelevance Graveyard

"...It is hilarious... If you are a fan of D&D or if you just enjoy hilarity set in ye-olden-times, you will be a big fan. Mr. Williams mixes together elements from our favorite tales of elves and dragons with the kind of professional grade jokes and humor that can make any web comic great. None of this would be enough, however, without the original elements than Aaron himself comes up with..."
-- Shalmdi's Webcomic Guide

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