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Book (TBFGK)
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Turn Number:8 AW
Side's Turn:Night

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Panels: 11
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Panel 1

Night has fallen over the Magic Kingdom. In the middle distance, Janis and Sizemore sit under a canopy in front of a large brazier that gives off a violet-white flame. Off to the side is a column of psychedelic colored shapes reminiscent of the wax in a lava lamp.[edit]

Janis: Sizemore, you weep for those you have ended.

I love you for that.

You want peace.

But we are popped in a world where peace is impossible.
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Panel 2

Sizemore turns toward Janis, his face angry and upset, a tear in his eye.[edit]

Sizemore Rockwell: How can you say that?

You?

You're a Grand Abbie!

If peace is impossible, your life is a... a waste!
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Panel 3

Sizemore and Janis are seen in profile as she calmly responds to his outburst.[edit]

Sizemore Rockwell: ...Isn't it?

Janis: Sizemore...

No.

"Striving for the impossible" doesn't mean "toiling in vain."
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Panel 4

In the foreground, the Spock-like caster stands holding his hands together, facing several others who are each seated in a lotus position and mirroring the gesture. In the background, Janis and Sizemore carry on with their conversation.[edit]

Janis: It means growth. It means improvement in the direction of your ideals. Not futility.

Look, you've gained two levels since I saw you last.

Does the fact that you can never be Level Infinity mean that you can't keep improving in that direction?

Sizemore Rockwell: Improving?

No I never wanted it.

And I never want to level like that again.
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Panel 5

Janis and Sizemore sit side by side looking toward the fire. Janis maintains her unruffled demeanor; Sizemore's expression is bitter and sad.[edit]

Janis: But you will. In service to your Chief Warlord.

Sizemore Rockwell: Chief Butcher.

Janis: Oh, now...
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Panel 6

Janis is seen in profile, calmly listening to Sizemore as he again vents his anger and dismay.[edit]

Sizemore Rockwell: I really thought he was different from other Warlords, Janis. But...

He's so much worse.

You don't know what he did...

Janis: He broke things.
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Panel 7

Janis is seen from below as she raises her hands in a wide gesture.[edit]

Janis: Right?

Rules, people, ideas...

Even the land itself.
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Panel 8

Wanda's face dominates the foreground. Her eyes are closed, and she is wearing a purple robe and hood. Off in the distance stands the canopy where Janis and Sizemore continue their talk.[edit]

Janis: You think he's even broken you.

Sizemore Rockwell: Yes.
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Panel 9

A closeup of Janis' face, illuminated by the violet firelight.[edit]

Janis: He hasn't.

And some things do need to be broken.
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Panel 10

Sizemore looks toward Janis as her arm reaches over his shoulders. His face is still troubled, but much less severely than before.[edit]

Janis: Follow him, Sizemore. Teach him. Help him.

Be his friend, if you can.

But do what he asks of you.

Sizemore Rockwell: Why?
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Panel 11

Sizemore leans against Janis as her arm settles over his shoulders. His eyes are closed.[edit]
Janis: Because if he breaks things enough, there may be peace in Erfworld after all. [edit]
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