TBFGK 75

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Turn Number:5 AW
Side's Turn:Night

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Panels: 12
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Panel 1

From far above, we see three robed figures -- purple, gray, and orange -- of the Eyemancers. A fourth figure, Stanley, is in his red robe. The purple figure is facing Stanley, while the gray figure bends over the fallen orange one.[edit]

Purple Eyemancer: So out went the candle, and we were left darkling.[1]

Stanley the Tool: Do you know who I am?

Purple Eyemancer: Nuncle?

Stanley the Tool: ...Do you know who you are?

Purple Eyemancer: I am a fool. Thou art nothing.[2]

Stanley the Tool: C'mon.
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Panel 2

Stanley and the Purple Eyemancer stand in front of an arching doorway shaped like a gaping mouth that leads outside.[edit]

Purple Eyemancer: How now, nuncle?[3]

Stanley the Tool: You better not be faking this, son.

Purple Eyemancer: May not an ass know when the cart draws the horse?[4]

Stanley the Tool: Rrrr...
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Panel 3

Against a gray background, Stanley speaks up towards a hobgobwin that stands head and shoulders over the diminutive Overlord. Stanley tugs on the purple robe of the Eyemancer.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: This post is no longer needed.

Get the Knights together. Full paint. Assemble at dawn.

Hobgobwin: Yes, Tool.
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Panel 4

Stanley drags the Purple Eyemancer behind him. The Eyemancer is looking off into the distance, not paying attention. He has raven black hair, a gray pallor, and pink eyes. He is looking quite insane.[edit]

Purple Eyemancer: This cold night will turn us all to fools and madmen. [5]

Stanley the Tool: Snap out of it, you joker![6]
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Panel 5

Parson lies rolled up in his Battle Bear blanket. On the left, Bogroll speaks to someone, apparently Sizemore.[edit]

Bogroll: Sir, My Lord Parson gave me an order.

I'm to wake him at dawn.

Sizemore Rockwell: Bogroll...

Stanley's orders supercede Parson's, do they not?
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Panel 6

Bogroll's monocular face stares in confusion.[edit]
Bogroll: *stare* [edit]

Panel 7

Bogroll towers over Sizemore, as the Dirtamancer tries to make him understand ths situation.[edit]

Sizemore Rockwell: Stanley's orders are more important than Parson's

Aren't they?

Bogroll: Yes, sir.
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Panel 8

The solid gray wall behind Sizemore and Bogroll has a beastial archway exit. In the foreground, Parson is wrapped in his Battle Bear pelt. Parson has one eye slightly open, showing that he is awake and listening.[edit]

Sizemore Rockwell: And you heard him say he was going to disobey Lord Stanley, right?

Or try?

So don't wake him.
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Panel 9

Bogroll looks determined and even a bit angry. Sizemore holds his hands up and moves in front of the twoll.[edit]

Bogroll: I must!

Sizemore Rockwell: Wait!
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Panel 10

With a face of conviction, Sizemore stands up to the much taller and larger Bogroll. Bogroll is a little frustrated, unable to make sense of all the priorities of the situation.[edit]

Sizemore Rockwell: Look.

If you wake him, he'll be disbanded.

Let him sleep.
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Panel 11

Bogroll scratches at his ear with a finger as he attempts to make sense of Sizemore's argument. Thinking is, for Bogroll, a strain on minimal resources.[edit]

Bogroll: Sir, I...

Parson Gotti: Really not fair to do to him, Sizemore.
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Panel 12

Parson sits up on his bed, looking rumpled and displeased.[edit]
Parson Gotti: 'm surprised at you. [edit]

Notes

  1. ^ This line is a quote from the Fool in King Lear (Act I, Scene iv).
  2. ^ This line is a quote from the Fool in King Lear (Act I, Scene iv).
  3. ^ This line is a quote from the Fool in King Lear (Act I, Scene iv).
  4. ^ This line is a quote from the Fool in King Lear (Act I, Scene iv).
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