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Lucy Rolls the Dice is the thirteenth installment of graphic novels featuring The Loud House comics, published by Papercutz on August 24, 2021.

Official description

Lynn Loud Sr. needs some new players for his favorite role-playing game Horks, Orks, Wizards, and Pork, so he's bringing the whole family to the table - Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Linc, Lucy, Lola, Lana, Lisa, and Lily! Surprisingly Lucy takes a real liking to the game, seeing it as a chance for her to hone her next-level mage powers, at least within the game. Can the other kids dethrone her? Can tehy move the gassy baby Lily off the gameboard? Can anyone explain the rules of this game?

PLUS: Catch up with the latest in practical fashion as Lana Loud gets a fanny pack!

AND: Debunk the latest rumors spreading through the halls of Royal Woods Elementary School!

ALSO: Check in with THE CASAGRANDES as they dust off their own gameboard and cut up some mangoes!

FEATURING: Even more stories starring Lincoln Loud's family and friends from the talent behind the hit shows THE LOUD HOUSE and THE CASAGRANDES!

—Back cover


Comics

Lucy Rolls the Dice

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist, Colorist: Erin Hyde
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lucy and the Mortician's Club offer to join Lynn Sr. for his game session of Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork after his previous teammates quit when they realized they were being duped into doing housework.

LARP It Up

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs
  • Artist, Colorist: Danielle Rodriguez
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lynn teaches her siblings on how to play Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork the LARP way.

Jest Me Playin'

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs
  • Artist: Melissa Kleynowski
  • Colorist: Peter Bertucci
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

The siblings are about to play Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork, and Luan can't help but crack jokes about selecting a character.

Beginner's Luck

  • Writer: Paul Allor
  • Artist: Max Alley
  • Colorist: Peter Bertucci
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Everything seems to be working in Lola's favor during her first game of Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork. Beginner's luck, or some secret help from Pop-Pop?

Lincoln's Character Flaw

  • Writer: Kacey Huang
  • Artist, Inker, Colorist: Zazo Aguiar
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Myrtle lets Lincoln in on the traits of Pop-Pop's Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork character for inspiration, with a hint of getting back at Pop-Pop for some ruined dates.

Lose a Turn

  • Writer: Kacey Huang
  • Artist, Colorist: Kelsey Wooley
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lincoln, Lana and Lola's Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork game session hits numerous obstacles, and it's all thanks to a certain little slobbering, stinking monster.

Decisions, Decisions

  • Writer: Paul Allor
  • Artist: Max Alley
  • Colorist: Peter Bertucci
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lisa has invented a new robot named Deep Hork that can beat any player in Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork. However, in order to get it to work against Leni, she has to input every little bit of her information through numerous procedures.

Power Play

  • Writer: Caitlin Fein
  • Artist, Colorist: D.K. Terrell
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lucy attempts to call up the spirits of Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork in order to become the most powerful game master.

Rock and Rolled

  • Writer: Derek Fridolfs
  • Artist, Colorist: Joel Zamudio
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Luna tries to give a quiet game of Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork a little music, much to the chagrin of her teammates, Lincoln, Lola and Lisa.

¡Tu Destino!

  • Writer: Kristen Smith
  • Artist, Colorist: Ron Bradley
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Carlos, CJ, Nikki, Par, Maybelle and Rosa play a game of Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork, and Rosa, dressed up as Ernesto Estrella, guides her teammates down the path of destiny.

Tropical Punch

  • Writer: Kristen Smith
  • Artist, Inker, Colorist: Zazo Aguiar
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Maybelle makes Orks, Horks, Wizards, and Pork hard for her teammates when every spell she casts has mangoes involved.

Infinite Fanny

  • Writer: Paul Allor
  • Artist, Colorist: Zazo Aguiar
  • Inker: Karolyne Rocha
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lana seemingly has everything for anything in her new fanny pack, and it could be useful for Lola during their field trip to a fancy mansion.

Hot Goss

  • Writer: Paul Allor
  • Artist, Colorist: Ronda Pattison
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

Lincoln learns the hard way on how gossip can get blown out of proportion when its spread around.

Don't Cry for Me, Auntie Frida

  • Writer: Julia Rothenbuhler-Garcia
  • Artist, Colorist: Jennifer Hernandez
  • Letterer: Wilson Ramos Jr.

When Frida hits an art block just before an art show, Ronnie Anne and her relatives decide to hold their own art show in the hopes they can inspire her.

Trivia

  • The first comic reveals that the Morticians Club have always wanted to play a roleplaying game, and that due to their interest in the undead, they interpret the phrase "feeling alive" negatively.
  • "Lincoln's Character Flaw" reveals that Albert plays tiddlywinks.
  • Cartoon physics: Lana can fit items in her fanny pack that are bigger than it.
  • "Hot Goss" reveals that Lincoln once almost got bitten by an iguana.


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