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#{{note|Masks}} The masks resemble those of television and movie characters, including, apparently, the Power Rangers[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_Rangers]
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#{{note|Masks}} The masks resemble those of television and movie characters, including, apparently, the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_Rangers Power Rangers]
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#{{note|Stonehenge}} The stone structure seems to be similar to one of the standing stones of Stonehenge. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stonehenge]
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#{{note|Stonehenge}} The stone structure seems to be similar to one of the standing stones of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stonehenge Stonehenge].
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#{{note|Hammertime}} "Stop! Hammertime!" is probably the most famous lyric of MC Hammer's famous single, "U Can't Touch This." The lyric is so popular, it has appeared innumerable times in popular culture.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U_Can't_Touch_This#.22Hammer_Time.21.22_word_uses]
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#{{note|FearTheStanley}}A reference to "Fear the Worm" in the Sony PSP Patapon game.
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#{{note|Hammertime}} "Stop! Hammertime!" is probably the most famous lyric of MC Hammer's famous single, "U Can't Touch This." The lyric is so popular, it has appeared innumerable times in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U_Can't_Touch_This#.22Hammer_Time.21.22_word_uses popular culture].
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Latest revision as of 19:04, 13 December 2009

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Turn Number:9 AW
Side's Turn:Gobwin Knob

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Panels: 11
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Panel 1

(Flashback) Wanda, in green robes, kneels at a low table inside a dwelling in Faq, across from the Predictamancer, also dressed in green robes, who sits in a green chair. On the table are four candles and a crystal ball, which glows with a bright amber light. On the wall are several masks[1], and a round window provides a view of the grey mountains beyond.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: "It was a Predictamancer who told me. In the hidden kingdom of Faq, where I once served."

Parson Gotti: "What did you do?"

Wanda Firebaugh: "Nothing, at first.

Until I learned of a Warlord who had found the Arkenhammer."
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Panel 2

(Flashback) Stanley the Tool stands mute as he holds the Arkenhammer in front of him. It glows, and an angry-looking Red Dwagon, only a few feet in front of him, stands at bay, its eyes also glowing. In the background, two more dwagons, one with rider, fly about. A forest, a small brown hill, and a stone structure[2] (partially obscured by the red dwagon) share the background.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: "I made contact with him, and we conspired to attack the capital."

Parson Gotti: "You sold out your side?"
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Panel 3

(Flashback) Backed by mountains, the capital of Faq lies on a green plain, as Stanley's flight of dwagons, brown, blue, pink, yellow, green, and red (Stanley's), all bearing riders, close on it. Stanley raises the Arkenhammer, which glows.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: Not precisely.

Stanley seemed an imbecile.

I imagined he would lose, and his artifact would fall to me.

Stanley the Tool, in flashback: Fear the Stanley![3]

No.

Need a new battle cry.
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Panel 4

(Flashback) With a cruel smile, hand confidently on his hip, Stanley the Tool levels the Arkenhammer at a foe; lightning discharges, and the victim burns alive. Behind him we see a pogoda, and in the distance a dwagon spews a fireball.[edit]

Stanley the Tool, in flashback: Stop!

Hammertime.[4]

Wanda Firebaugh: Instead, he conquered and sacked the Kingdom.

I turned to his side then, and I have served him since.
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Panel 5

(Flashback) Wanda, in green, massages Stanley's shoulders as he looks over a map.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: Along the way, I have encouraged his ambition to quest for the Arkentools, knowing that I would wield one.

Eventually.

Sound, in flashback: rub rub rub

Parson Gotti: So you're not technically Loyal to Stanley at all.
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Panel 6

Parson looks over at Wanda, in her red armor, sitting on a rock with the Arkenpliers on her knees. She has a cold look on her face. Nearby, two decrypted men stand in front of a huge rock, looking confused. Similarly, a gobwin stands perplexed at his situation in front of a stone outcropping. In the distance, more decrypted troops stand idly about.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: I am loyal to Fate magic. I play what parts I must.

You do not know what I have done.

Or may yet do.
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Panel 7

Parson sits on a rock, his fingers steepled, one eybrow cocked, giving his otherwise intimidating look a thoughtful quality. Behind him is a mass of decrypted troops, one blue dwagon, and in the distance, a pair of decrypted fliers, likely archons.[edit]
Parson Gotti: Are you saying I should be scared of you? [edit]

Panel 8

Wanda looks down at the Arkenpliers, her eyes filled with sadness. She rests a hand on the Arkentool on her lap.[edit]
Wanda Firebaugh: Not of me. [edit]

Panel 9

Wanda looks up at Parson, her eyes squinted slightly as she seems to study him. Behind her, more decrypted troops mill about.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: But you, too are an instrument of Fate. You will suffer, as you pursue your path. You will grieve. And lose.

As you have lost here.
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Panel 10

Parson stands tall, arms at his sides, his sword on his belt, the Mathamancy Bracer on his wrist, looking every bit the triumphant warrior. In the distance, a line of troops seem dwarfed by him, standing at his feet.[edit]
Parson Gotti: I didn't lose, Wanda. [edit]

Panel 11

Wanda watches Parson walk away over some grey rubble, a group of troops in the distance, the blue dwagon overhead, and the blue mountainous horizon providing the backdrop.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: You did!

And it has just begun for you.
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[edit] Notes

  1. ^  The masks resemble those of television and movie characters, including, apparently, the Power Rangers
  2. ^  The stone structure seems to be similar to one of the standing stones of Stonehenge.
  3. ^ A reference to "Fear the Worm" in the Sony PSP Patapon game.
  4. ^  "Stop! Hammertime!" is probably the most famous lyric of MC Hammer's famous single, "U Can't Touch This." The lyric is so popular, it has appeared innumerable times in popular culture.
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