I don't know. He likes drawing the mice so much and I like writing the mice so much that there's a comic today and maybe one or two more. Just had a cool line I wanted to get in there.
Also, seems like it might make for a fun test game? I don't know. I have a bunch of shit I think would be fun to do. Playing that new Wartales co-op update has me riled up for a dark fantasy campaign in the vein of The Black Company, using Torchbearer. One of the cool things about the system I mentioned yesterday (which has mechanical excursions into various settings) is that the system really has a single resolution method for "conflicts."
It's very philosophical indie stuff at its core, but essentially anytime there is a disagreement between two parties - whose manifestations can be as varied as a debate, a duel, mass warfare, an Iron Chef-style cooking battle in Kitchen Stadium - you use a very interesting, pseudo Rock Paper Scissors system to resolve it. That makes it sounds a little more simple than it is - Pokemon could be considered "Rock Paper Scissors" in that it's a set of distinct polarities that have a particular relationship to each other, but there's like eighteen of them or some shit. It's Rock Paper Scissors in 4k HDR. In literal combat, actions like Feint or Attack are exactly what they are. Trying to dress down a Count in his own court, these are things like misdirection or direct insults. "Weapons" in this case might be a bit of vicious gossip, a "shield" could be your unswerving character or friends among his retinue. Your "resolve" - something like hit points in any other context - is how long you can maintain your reputation beneath his withering assault.
You can do whatever you want and how it's being done is always legible. You choose these in groups of three, and your storyteller person chooses three in secret and you start comparing. I don't just like it because it's cards, obviously that doesn't hurt. But it essentially allows you to do anything, anything, of any scale or description, inside the same framework. I can think of a million ways to use it, and I'll be surprised if I don't do something soon.