TBFGK 26

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#{{note|ErfworldNames}}So begins [[Parson Gotti|Parson's]] introduction to the [[Language|linguistic peculiarities]] of [[Erfworld]].
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Latest revision as of 20:44, 18 June 2009

Book (TBFGK)
Page by page (26)
Panel by panel (26:1)

Page Info

Turn Number:3 AW
Side's Turn:Gobwin Knob

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Panels: 12
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Panel 1

Stanley walks down a flight of stairs, dimly illuminated by the glow of the Arkenhammer and by a glowing hand-shaped object protruding from the wall. Parson is also descending the stairway a few steps behind Stanley.[edit]
Stanley the Tool: So yeah, I think it's pretty important we got that Barbarian warlord back. [edit]

Panel 2

Our view shifts to show Parson, with Stanley's head just visible ahead of him. The hand-shaped light source is on the wall behind and above Stanley.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: Hated to lose a Blue Dwagon, though.

Parson Gotti: Blue what?

Stanley the Tool: Dwagon.[1]
[edit]

Panel 3

Parson stares and looks totally taken aback. Stanley is seen from behind, facing Parson.[edit]
(There is no text in this panel.) [edit]

Panel 4

Stanley gives Parson an annoyed look. His face is lit by the Arkenhammer, which he appears to be brandishing for emphasis.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: How can you be a warlord and not know what a Dwagon is?

Parson Gotti: Are we talking about the big, scaly, flying lizards with lots of teeth and a bad attitude?
[edit]

Panel 5

Closeup of Parson's face. He still looks a bit confused, but much less so than before.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: Of course we are!

Parson Gotti: Ah.

Okay we call them "dragons" where I'm from.
[edit]

Panel 6

Stanley gapes open-mouthed at Parson, whose leg is barely in frame. He has let his arm fall to his side, and the Arkenhammer's glow is partially hidden behind the stair edge.[edit]
(There is no text in this panel.) [edit]

Panel 7

Stanley waves his arm dismissively and scowls.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: That's stupid.

Does everything have a stupid name where you came from? "Parson?"
[edit]

Panel 8

Stanley raises a hand to his temple and scrunches his face in intense concentration.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: You must be so glad we rescued you. I can't--

Stanley the Tool: Hang on.
[edit]

Panel 9

A scene showing the three robed figures, one in orange, one in gray, and one in purple, seen earlier. They are standing at the edge of the table. The gray-robed figure is making a hand-to-forehead gesture similar to Stanley's.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: Ahh, crap.

Parson Gotti: What?

Stanley the Tool: I had a squad of Spidews on a return path.

They ran right into that incursion group of Ansom's and got wiped out.

Parson Gotti: Spidews?
[edit]

Panel 10

Parson looks totally taken aback again.[edit]
(There is no text in this panel.) [edit]

Panel 11

Parson has one hand on top of his head as he looks down at Stanley in puzzlement. Stanley looks back at him impatiently.[edit]

Parson Gotti: Um, eight legs? Poisonous bite...?

Stanley the Tool: Don't even tell me what they're called in "Stupidworld", or wherever yer from.

I don't wanna know.

Parson Gotti: Okay.
[edit]

Panel 12

Parson is seen in semi-profile, enough to show that he has a smirk on his face. Stanley's head is visible a few steps below and ahead of him. One of the glowing-hand light sources is sticking out of the left-hand wall above and ahead of Stanley.[edit]

Parson Gotti: The world is called "Earth," though...

Stanley the Tool: Gaahhh!!

Worst one yet!
[edit]

[edit] Notes

  1. ^ So begins Parson's introduction to the linguistic peculiarities of Erfworld.
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