"Groo, Part 3"
Dark Horse Mini-Series 1 #3, March 1998 ($2.95)
"Sorry, no poem."
"Sorry, no moral."
Story Summary: [Still to come]
Mark Evanier: Wordsmith
Short Story: Rufferto
Reprinted in: The Most Intelligent Man in the World (Dark Horse)
Known Characters Appearing: Arba & Dakarba, Groo, The Minstrel, Pal & Drumm, Rufferto, The Sage
Quotes from The Sage:
"The common wisdom is a source of uncommon wisdom!"
"That which seems most unlikely is most likely to be so!"
"Curiosity is the clay of which all knowledge is formed!"
"Comfort comes from knowing nothing has changed!"
"Certain adjectives do not apply to certain individuals!"
"Even the most unlikely citcumstance has it's explanation!"
"Many things are so that were once unbelivable!"
"The more foolish a man is, the more he can learn!"
"Nothing is so futile as attempting to escape your own existence!"
"Where there is a guard, there must be something worth guarding!"
"Truth is best seen with one's own eyes!"
"Sanity is to be shared with those who have lost theirs!"
"The most tragic waste is the waste of human spirit!"
"Even a King is answerable to the higher authority of hman decency!"
"When you leap to conclusions, your feet are not on the ground!"
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