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Contents of "I Got Nowhere Else to Go!" (#206) - PDF edition

This PDF features color KoDT strips and color throughout. It is also tablet optimized with embedded links (not only internal to the document but also to external links and references made in the articles).

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This month the Fraim Brothers once again work their magic — recreating a scene that was described in the strips but never shown. Here Sheila rescues Bob in “Officer and a Gentleman” fashion from Prowler’s lair.

The Strips

• A Cry for Help
There’s trouble down at Hard Eight when Gary Jackson gets back from Reno
• Fools on a Hill
Bob and Pete squirm as Gawd knows what goes on behind closed doors in a secretive session. What is B.A. cooking up?
• In a Mood
A new dice shipment comes in at The Games Pit and Stevil’s looking a little worse for wear
• Dude Where’s My Arm?
Dave confronts Bob while Stevil relates an interesting sighting at Tic Tac Taco
• On the March
B.A. has shocking news for Brian and Sara
• Team Marvin
Brian and Sara have a dark decision to make
• Gaming with the Enemy
The gang’s first game in a week sees suspicions running high all around the table
• Re-Armament
Past “indiscretions” throw a monkey wrench in El Ravager and Knuckles’ trip to town
• On a Clear Day
A sudden reappearance has Dave and Bob spooked, but intrigued
• Leap of Faith
A new revelation has Bob and Dave running for the hills!
• One-Two Punches

Special Features

KODT 206 article #1 When the Battle is not on a Field
A recipe to spice up those
combat encounters that take place off the field of battle
by James Davenport

    KoDT 206 article #2 The History of Dueling
    A look at ritualized combat and defending one’s honor

    by Paul Dunford

    Regular Columns

    • Web Scryer: The Year of Shadowrun by Ken Newquist
    • Tales From the Table: Actual tales from the tables of our readers

    GameMaster's Workshop

    • The Good, the Bad & the Ugly Keegar, Neech, Kreech by Jolly & Barb Blackburn
    • All Things Magic Saw of Slaughter by Barb Blackburn
    • Deadly Trappings Zagda’s Twist and Shout by Barb Blackburn
    • Rustlers of the Night Sturm Badger by Jolly & Barb Blackburn
    • Bait and Tackle Adventure hooks on the fly


        • Lost Game Safari: Spelljammer by Andy Miller
        • Indy Game Scene: Valley of Eternity by Ashok Desai
        • Off the Shelf: On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Noah Chinn
        • Brian's Picks: Better Angels, Base Raiders, Android Universe Infiltration


        • Cries from the Attic: Editorial of a Madman: How Time Flies...
        • Table Talk: Our Readers Talk Back
        • Weird Pete's Bulletin Board
        • Back Room at the Games Pit
        • Parting Shots

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        68 pages

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