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The Order Of The Stick: On The Origin Of PCs by Rich Burlew
Cover Artist: Rich Burlew
Review by Paul Haggerty
Giant in the Playground Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780976658016
Date: 22 March 2006 List Price $13.95 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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The story of The Order of the Stick began either already in the Dungeon (if you just read the webcomic), or just outside (if you bought the book). In either case, many questions have remained unanswered until this day. Not the least of which is why the heck are they called The Order of the Stick? Perhaps tired of being pestered day in and day out by his many fans, author Rich Burlew as finally given us some of the answers.

From official release/information:

Book Description: Like all great stories in the history of the universe, this one begins in a tavern. The Order of the Stick: On the Origin of PCs reveals the secret character backgrounds of your favorite band of webcomic adventurers, the Order of the Stick. Spinning out of the popular online comic (and subsequent book collections), On the Origin of PCs presents 72 pages of all-new, never-seen- before-or-since OOTS action and comedy that detail what each of the six members of the Order were doing with their lonely and pathetic lives before they joined forces to become a less lonely (but no less pathetic) team. Presented in nostalgic greyscale that we like to call "Past-O-Vision", On the Origin of PCs is a vital part of your Order of the Stick collection. From new DBD publisher Paizo Publishing!

(Source: Giant in the Playground)

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