Steve: I guess when you got it, flaunt it. And by "it" I do of course mean deadly sword-fighting skills and intellect.

Zack: She should be careful swinging that sword around like that she is liable to cut off her everything.

Steve: When you think about it, it's actually pretty practical.

Zack: Right, that will come in handy if she needs a bib and a chainmail merkin for some reason.

Steve: Yeah but that's like good mobility so you can do sword moves.

Zack: I don't know if I can fully comprehend your argument because of these technical terms you are throwing around. What are "sword moves"?

Steve: Like a chop and a stab, maybe a swing and then an opposite direction swing. You know, brutal sword moves, executed with precision. If she was wearing something more constricting like a kevlar vest she could not swing around as well.

Zack: Yes, if she were wearing a traditional swordfighter's kevlar vest she might have trouble with her chop.

Zack: And her boobs would not fly all over the place like a couple of oranges wearing a wig.

Steve: That is also a consideration.

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