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Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan leaves Modern Tales, launches new storyline "The Green Knight's Belt"

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After three years at the subscription-based portal Modern Tales, the fantasy webcomic Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan is making its archives free to all readers again at a new location. The move coincides with the launch of the next storyline, The Green Knight's Belt, on Monday, October 17.

The Green Knight's Belt is actually the first Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan story, written and drawn almost 15 years ago for print. Fragments of it have been shown on the web in the past few years, but this new serialisation will be the first time the story has been published online in full, with everything re-scanned, re-translated and cleaned up. Over the next year or so, creator Reinder Dijkhuis intends to complete the web publication of the early works.

In The Green Knight's Belt, the original gang of four Rogues hear of the magical powers of the legendary Green Knight's Belt. They brave guards, dragons, puns and other horrors to get to it.

The new archives are hosted at http://rocr.xepher.net. Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan updates on weekdays.

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