The title directly references what the players are skirting around: if getting to the knoll was a victory, then Thulsa Doom suffered a Pyrrhic victory, and "one more such victory would utterly undo him."

This comic really made me think about the negative space in my compositions. Yeah, I know, basic art 101, but, still, it remain an interesting concept to explore in comics. Especially one, like mine, which is heavily dependent upon "borrowed" sources.

Comments? Throw your words at the forum thread and see if it sticks.


Scene: Thulsa Doom watches the battle below, while Conan and Subotai slaughter his troops.
Thulsa Doom:So, that means I have, what, six guys left?
DM:Three. Four if you count Doom.
Thulsa Doom:How about the high level ones?
DM:Thorgrum and Rexor? Yes. You still have those two. The third one is on the knoll with the princess.
Thulsa Doom:Yes! He broke through the defenses! Take that!
Conan:Um. Okay. Do you want me to also say, "Uncle?"
Subotai:Now try getting that one back to the other side.

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