Muzzafar wrote:So what's up with all the references?
Mary Sagittari: "sagittarius" means "archer" ("armed with arrows and bow") in Latin. "Sagittarii" is plural for "sagittarius".
What about Sagittari CXIV? (CXIV is 114 written in Latin numbers.)
It's supposed to evoke the idea of Roman legions, which would be numbered in a similar fashion, but would sometimes be given names, like "Victrix". So it is the 114th regiment "Sagitarii"
What about Carrie, Terry, Jerry, Perry, Harry, Gary, and Rudolfo? Any significance in Gary being "the stern one"? Harry the jokester? Rudolfo the quiet one?
Swordsman/stabber named Dodge?
Did you miss the bit about Rudolfo have a shiny nose? A nose so bright that you would even say it glows? And did you notice that all the other archers wouldn't let him play their archery games? Neither did I; I just made that up.
Googling "Count Topotato" and "Topotato, and beyond!" reveals that both refer to the phrase "counting to potato" and Internet meme "to potato and beyond" that mock people with low intelligence.
You do not need to Google that. Count: One potato, two potato, three potato, four... Do you not remember being a small child? Now, try this:
One potato, two potato... and beyond!
Now do you see the humor?