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Comic 3 - Rip Tide!

18th Dec 2010, 1:20 AM
Rip Tide!
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Clef 18th Dec 2010, 1:20 AM edit delete
Clef
I got the idea of this comic during an ICC 10 raid where the MT healer for that run was a shaman. A single target healing shaman pretty much requires a liberal use of Rip Tide and LHW spam, which I saw splash down on my character every time the cooldown was up. I could only imagine how it would have felt...

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Cadistra 18th Dec 2010, 2:17 PM edit delete reply
Hey Clef! Good to see you finally making your own comic! :D Best of luck, and I'll see you on SMF! ;)
Clef 19th Dec 2010, 11:45 AM edit delete reply
Clef
Thanks! I tired to send an email to the SMF column author to announce the site only to find she doesn't reveal her email address. Had to roll the dice on sending it in as a "contact us" comment at wow insider. Hope it makes it there, heh...
Coffinshaker 20th Dec 2010, 12:00 AM edit delete reply
Hey, good stuff so far! I like your drawing style! >D
Nightwill 28th Dec 2010, 3:58 PM edit delete reply
Always great to see another comic with a cute tauren girl :)
Rokas 30th Dec 2010, 11:18 AM edit delete reply
Wet Tabard contest!

*Hammer of Justice'd!* *Lava Lash'd!*

Owwww....
Cyilla 9th Mar 2011, 4:55 PM edit delete reply
I found myself healing with my shammy after I read this, couldn't help but /e throws a bucket of freezing water on the tank yelling, "RIPTIDE"
Tips 15th Dec 2011, 3:51 AM edit delete reply
ALL of your comics would do so much better if you had less words in them. Honestly, the BEST way to present is short and simple ones that people will take the time to quickly read, laugh, and move on to the next one, not trying to understand what the background information is etc etc. remove the very last panel, and this comic is PERFECT. it's just uneeded to be honest, i really hope this helps you in the future, just trying to help out :).
Clef 15th Dec 2011, 4:52 AM edit delete reply
Clef
I agree. Too many of my comics have hit the "wall of text". I try to keep it minimal as I can. The alternative to long text is more panels to spread out the text among, but that means more drawing, and a lot more time consumed making the comic. I just have to learn to write them better so they don't need as much information in them.
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