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Preview by Dion Nicolaas
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@ "There is this new godGoddesses and Gods operate in ones, threesomes, or whole
pantheons of nine or more (see Religion). Most of them claim
to have made the world, and this is indeed a likely claim in
the case of threesomes or pantheons: Fantasyland does have
the air of having been made by a committee. But all Goddesses
and Gods, whether they say they made the world or not, have
very detailed short-term plans for it which they are determined
to carry out. Consequently they tend to push people into the
required actions by the use of coincidence or Prophecy, or just
by narrowing down your available choices of what to do next:
if a deity is pushing you, things will go miserably badly until
there is only one choice left to you.
[ The Tough Guide to Fantasyland, by Diana Wynne Jones ]

Copyright (c) 1994, 1995, 1996 by the NetHack Development Team
Copyright (c) 1994 by Boudewijn Wayers
NetHack may be freely redistributed. See license for details.
, RN GodGoddesses and Gods operate in ones, threesomes, or whole
pantheons of nine or more (see Religion). Most of them claim
to have made the world, and this is indeed a likely claim in
the case of threesomes or pantheons: Fantasyland does have
the air of having been made by a committee. But all Goddesses
and Gods, whether they say they made the world or not, have
very detailed short-term plans for it which they are determined
to carry out. Consequently they tend to push people into the
required actions by the use of coincidence or Prophecy, or just
by narrowing down your available choices of what to do next:
if a deity is pushing you, things will go miserably badly until
there is only one choice left to you.
[ The Tough Guide to Fantasyland, by Diana Wynne Jones ]

Copyright (c) 1994, 1995, 1996 by the NetHack Development Team
Copyright (c) 1994 by Boudewijn Wayers
NetHack may be freely redistributed. See license for details.
they call him. Must be better than that lame old Kos"I am not a coward!" he cried. "I'll dare Thieves' House
and fetch you Krovas' head and toss it with blood a-drip at
Vlana's feet. I swear that, witness me, Kos the god of
dooms, by the brown bones of Nalgron my father and by his
sword Graywand here at my side!"
[ Swords and Deviltry, by Fritz Leiber ]

Copyright (c) 1994, 1995, 1996 by the NetHack Development Team
Copyright (c) 1994 by Boudewijn Wayers
NetHack may be freely redistributed. See license for details.
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@ "O Arnie, hear my prayers, mumble, mumble..."
a - a spellbookThe Book of Three lay closed on the table.  Taran had never
been allowed to read the volume for himself; now he was sure
it held more than Dallben chose to tell him. In the sun-
filled room, with Dallben still meditating and showing no
sign of stopping, Taran rose and moved through the shimmering
beams. From the forest came the monotonous tick of a beetle.
His hands reached for the cover. Taran gasped in pain and
snatched them away. They smarted as if each of his fingers
had been stung by hornets. He jumped back, stumbled against
the bench, and dropped to the floor, where he put his fingers
woefully into his mouth.
Dallben's eyes blinked open. He peered at Taran and yawned
slowly. "You had better see Coll about a lotion for those
hands," he advised. "Otherwise, I shouldn't be surprised if
they blistered."
        [ The Book of Three, by Lloyd Alexander ]

Copyright (c) 1994, 1995, 1996 by the NetHack Development Team
Copyright (c) 1994 by Boudewijn Wayers
NetHack may be freely redistributed. See license for details.
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This is the first Dudley's dungeon comic ever!


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Then mail the literal comic to dudley@sadowl.com as an attachment or as plain text in an e-mail.

Here's a line-by-line breakdown of the comic format:

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a - a spellbook.
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The text for the third panel.
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This is the first Dudley's dungeon comic ever!
If you put any extra text here, it will be displayed as a footnote.



Formatting

Although you cannot use HTML in comics, there are some formatting options available. In general, formatting options take this form:

\tag(parameter="value" anotherparameter="anothervalue") {text to format}

So tags are escaped by a backslash; parameters are space separated; and the text to format is in curly brackets.

You can only use formatting in the text panels and footnotes. In the pictures, everything is taken literally.

Simple formatting

You can have bold, italics, underline, teletype and small text, or any combination thereof.

You can have \b{bold}, \i{italics}, \u{underline},
\tt{teletype} and \small{small} text, or any \b{\i{\u{combination}}}
thereof.

Superscript and subscript are also supported.

\sup{Superscript} and \sub{subscript} are also 
supported.

Instead of CAPITALS, it's nicer to use SmallCaps.

Instead of CAPITALS, it's nicer to use
\sc{SmallCaps}.
Left aligned
or
right aligned
text, the default is centred text.
\left{Left aligned} or \right{right aligned} text, 
the default is centred text.

A special case for dead speakers:
@ "It's not cricket!"

A special case for dead speakers:\br
\dead{@} "It's not cricket!"

Strange characters

Special characters are written in this form: \character. Spaces after a special character are eaten; if you need a space after a special character, use \character\ .

The following special characters can be displayed: — > < &.

The following special characters can be displayed: 
\mdash\ \gt\ \lt\ \amp.

If you want another HTML entity, use ¥: the name of the entity as a parameter to \ent.
You can leave out the parameter name if you want: ¶.

If you want another HTML entity, use \ent(entity="yen"): the
name of the entity as a parameter to \ent.\br
You can leave out the parameter name if you want: \ent("para").

Links

You can link to a certain comic:
A link to the first comic. Link to archive 1 jan 2007
Link to print today
The page names are: archive print email game goodies
diy options statistics

You can linkt to a certain comic:\br
A \comic("20040202"){link} to the first comic.\br
You can link to other pages:\br
Link to \page("archive" date="20070101") {archive 1 jan 2007}\br
Link to \page("print") {print today}\br
The page names are: archive print email game goodies\br
diy options statistics\br

You can link to HTTP URLs outside Dudley's dungeon:
Link to outside.
Note that you should not specify "http://".

You can link to HTTP URLs outside Dudley's dungeon:\br
Link to \link("www.wikipedia.com") {outside}.\br
Note that you should not specify "http://".\br

Mail to links can go with or without a text to format:
dudley@sadowl.com
Mail Dudley!

Mail to links can go with or without a text to format:\br
\mail("dudley@sadowl.com")\br
\mail("dudley@sadowl.com") {Mail Dudley!}\br

Named and hex colors can be used.

\color("brown"){Named} and \color("#ff0000"){hex} colors can be used.

Color shortcuts: black, red, green, brown, blue, magenta, cyan, gray, darkgray,
                 orange, brightgreen, yellow, brightblue, brightmagenta, brightcyan, white.



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