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The Keep on the Borderlands
Follow our heroes as they bungle their way through Fantasy Adventure
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Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 5th Aug 2018, 10:45 PM
Number of comics: 272
Number of subscribers: 83
Visitors: 110300 visitors (823256 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.98 (388 votes)

Comic description

Follow my adventurers as they travel through The Keep on the Borderlands adventure. They also go through The King's Festival adventure as a prelude. The characters in this comic are based on PCs from an old tabletop game I played in my teens, this comic is driven by characters, but the results of actions are based on dice rolls, just like a table top game. I have stats for each one of these guys, and I have the rolls determining success or failure with every action. I don't know who is going to live and who is going to die. So let's discover together what is going to happen!

Authors

warriorneedsfood
warriorneedsfood
I draw comics.

Most recent comments left on The Keep on the Borderlands

warriorneedsfood
6th Aug 2018
warriorneedsfood
Thank you!
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DL San
6th Aug 2018
DL San
Great story!
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jamie59
6th Aug 2018
jamie59
So your world has blind raciest that can't see the person under the skin.
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warriorneedsfood
5th Aug 2018
warriorneedsfood
It was interesting to try to figure out what an Elf of Alfheim and an Callerii Elf would have to say to each other. I decided the Callerii elves would be more hardline and racist then the Elves from Alfheim.

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Vote on the TopWeb Comics link to see a picture of the Bandit that got away when they tried to ambush the party.
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warriorneedsfood
31st Jul 2018
warriorneedsfood
Yes. The process is (with the exception of this story) is to draw and ink on paper, then scan it in. Adjust in photoshop to make the panels even and isolate the lines from the white, then import it into procreate on my iPad, clean up the lines and shade, then export it back to photoshop for lettering and resizing and posting.

These pages were all playing with Procreate brushes with the exception of the lettering.
Left on Corran Keep, part 8