A wide aerial view of the Magic Kingdom. This is a large, forested island divided into coloured wedge-shaped segments that converge on a single circular grove. The segments are, in clockwise order starting from the top: purple, grey, teal, red, orange, green, blue, and yellow. Inside each wedge is a small clearing, similar to the one at the convergence in the middle of the island. The central grove (presumably Portal Park) is a more natural forest green, and what may be large trees or some other kind of structure, can be seen in this and the other clearings. Intriguingly, the colour wedges extend out into the surrounding water.
Narrator: The Magic Kingdom
- ^ The name references "The Magic Kingdom," one of four theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. This frame is notable as it is not only the first view of the Magic Kingdom, but also the first major overland shot of a large chunk of Erfworld.
It is also probably that the various colors are a reference to The Land of OZ. (with the understanding that Oz has 4 colours (Blue=West=Munchkins, Yellow=East=Winkies, Purple=North=Gillikins, Red=South=Quadlings) in similar pie shapes, with a similar circle of Green in the center where the Emerald City is located.