Title text: Eventually a UN is set up. And then a lone rebel runs down the line of flags in front of it, runs back to his base, and gets a kajillion points.
Capture the flag (CTF) is a common way of playing games where the objective is to capture the opponent's flag while protecting your own team's flag. This comic describes a CTF server for an online war game where peace has been established and no one is trying to capture each other's flags, therefore making the game unexciting and pointless.
The title text refers to the line of flags in front of UN buildings. If such a collection of flags of all the teams were established on a server, one could get a very high score by quickly capturing all of them.
A kajillion is slang for "an unspecified large number."
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LIATE is an acronym sometimes used when integrating by parts. The preferred part to integrate is "Logarithmic, Inverse-trig, Algebraic, Trig, Exponential." "Yarbis" could be a reference to an acronym in Turkish for "Yıldız ARastirmaci BIlgi Sistemi" which means "Yildiz Researcher Information System" in English. (Yildiz is the name of a university in Turkey.)
- [Two people stand on a hill overlooking a great city. Between them and the city stands an embassy flying a red flag.]
- Three years ago, the kingdom of Liate overthrew their old order and established a constitutional monarchy. Our leaders signed a treaty with their queen, and our borders were set by the Yarbis Accords.
- Many said war would be unending, that peace would always be a dream deferred. But today, our flag flies proudly over our embassy in their kingdom, and they walk our lands without fear.
- So come, traveller. Lay down your grudges and join us in brotherhood. It is time not to fight, but to live.
- [Cueball sitting at computer.]
- Cueball: This is the worst capture-the-flag server ever.