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Latest revision as of 21:47, 11 January 2011
Tarfu and six Woodsy Elf archers are standing in the brush. White sky shines through breaks in the mostly solid foliage. Tarfu is gesturing ahead while the others are aiming their bows where he directs.|||
A yellow dwagon's upper body descends from the foliage, but it resembles a pincushion with all of the arrows sticking into it. Tarfu, in the center, and four Woodsy Elves celebrate, suggesting the dwagon is falling, dead.|||
Ansom slams his Arkenpliers into the head of a purple dwagon, killing it. His red cloak spreads out behind him and pristine white and blue clothes remain clean after the bloodless attack.|||
The deceased purple dwagon lies in the middle of the scene. To its right Ansom is sitting on his flying carpet at ground level, dwarfed by the beast. The much taller, thinner Tarfu is to his right. Vinny hovers above the dwagon, wearing the message hat. A large break in the foliage reveals a blue sky.|||
This is an upper body shot of Ansom wearing his Evel Knievel motorcycle helmet and riding gear. The shirt is unbuttoned to the pants revealing a hairy chest and abdomen. His hands are on his hips while his red cape floats in the wind behind him.|||
Prince Ansom: That's how we should have done it to begin with.
But I wanted the Gumps fresh for the main attack.
Vinny Doombats: "They're arright. We'll take out the nest, no problems.
Gonna spend a bat to get a look first."
Ansom and Vinny stand side-by-side, brothers in arms, preparing for battle.|||
Vinny has a shocked look on his face, mouth wide with both upper and lower fangs bared. The bright green background lightens his gray skin, and sets off the vivid red of his eyes.|||
From high above, we look down at a lonely doombat as it circles over solid, green, forest canopy.|||
- ^ Volleyball. Serve and volley
- ^ This sound is a play on w00t, a common leet-speak phrase indicating jubilation, and is also possibly a play on the sound of an arrow in flight striking a target.
- ^ This is most likely a reference to the poem The Jabberwocky, in which the titular beast was beheaded with a snicker-snack sound.