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20 Quid Amusements
A cliched webcomic about games, life, and the whole world in general.
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Comic language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 3 days ago
Number of comics: 262
Number of subscribers: 11
Visitors: 68702 visitors (275507 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (24 votes)

Comic description

This webcomic dedicates itself to parodying the funny and illogical parts of games. It also sometimes dabbles in the problematic lives of the average (or rather extreme) gamer. You'll probably need an acquired taste, but give it a try, you might just like it.


I'm awesome, let's leave it at that.

Most recent comments left on 20 Quid Amusements

19th Jul 2017
And now you know why a Cubone's mother is always dead. Somehow they're always born wearing their mother's skull. And of course, you'll quickly die if you're missing your skull.

Well, unless you've got a better explanation for why Cubones are born wearing the skull of their dead mother. Even when their mother might not even be dead yet.
Left on Born An Orphan
12th Jul 2017
While the first four parts were all planned ahead of time, this fifth one was only thought out after the first four were made. So this is the unintentional fifth and final part.

Once again a big thanks goes to to Dreamer-In-Shadows over on deviantART.

There will probably be more Shadow of Mordor comics in the future, but for now I want to move onto other subjects.
Left on How To Train Your Orc: Part 5
5th Jul 2017
Once again, mega thanks goes to Dreamer-In-Shadows over on deviantART who helped co-create this story arc.

So in short, this comic demonstrates how deadly wrestling is for orcs. So much so that even with the typical completely faking it type of wrestling, they still have a high death rate. It's those body slams man, the orcs just can't survive them.
Left on How To Train Your Orc: Part 4
28th Jun 2017
Once again, I'd like to thank Dreamer-In-Shadows over on deviantART for co-creating this multi part story arc with me.

So... um... do you think it could be possible that the Tolkien orcs can understand what animals are saying, or do you think that's absurd?
Personally I think it's absurd, but I honestly can't think of anything else to put in this comment section.
Left on How To Train Your Orc: Part 3
21st Jun 2017
Once again, I'd like to say that this particular story arc was co-created with Dreamer-In-Shadows over on deviantART.

And yes, I do realise that the animals that the orcs fight, aren't exactly defenceless. But the joke is much funnier when you describe them that way.

Which reminds me, I should probably repeat this joke for a Final Fantasy game. Because in those games, they ARE defenceless animals. I mean, just look at the Rabites from Secret of Mana (technically a Final Fantasy spinoff) and tell me you're not the monster.
Left on How To Train Your Orc: Part 2