|The Fire of God|
|Title||The Fire of God|
|Extra||Epilogue (1/2 page)|
|Publication date||March 11, 2012|
Morag the Immortal (story)
SynopsisEdit(Continuing from Curse of the Funpire) As one of the monks of the Temple of Luck begins to panic, Morag the Immortal enters the temple and tells the monks that she fights for the pious against the ungodly. The monks explain that they do not have a god, but worship luck. They also tell her that a "funpire" is preying upon them and only a handful of them remain (the lucky ones!). Morag agrees to help the monks and fight for what passes for their god, to the monks' delight. The strip ends with Morag's severed head lying in an underground cavern with a look of annoyance on her face.
In a scene from an earlier time the monks spin a wheel of fortune to determine their order's signature quirk. The wheel stops on celibacy, much to their disappointment.
- "He's been clutching that cake for a week."
- "Sithrak could have saved some bloodshed by leaving a will."
- "Fortune favours the alive."
- "Sometimes God says 'snake eyes'"
- "spin to decide if gambling is a sin"
- "I was hoping for "free spin.""
Bold text means that this is the first appearance of the character.