Book 3/Page 83/Footnotes

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The Juggle Elves were first mentioned by Jed on Page 71 as a potential replacement for the hobgobwin Knights In Stanley's Service.

Odie Ose was the elf seen during the Royal Crown Coalition strategy meetings throughout the course of Book 1. He was last seen questioning Ansom's attack of the Courtyard. (Book 1 Page 128)


Odie Ose could be referencing otiose, adios, and odious.

The cries of Ouphe reference the Juggalo behavior of randomly hooting and hollering, and the word itself means "an elf or goblin".

House Elves are a reference to Harry Potter, and their healing abilities are a reference to the tv show "House, M.D."

The conjunction of the High and Hoe elves is a nod to the dwarves' work song from Snow White & the Seven Dwarves: "Heigh ho! Heigh ho! It's off to work we go!"

The Arkenhammer's ability to generate Rock was most clearly demonstrated on Book 2 Prologue 14.

The Worm is Stanley's title amongst his enemies. His current self-proclaimed title is The Tool, and before that it was The Plaid, in reference to his tribe. (Book 1 Page 20)

"That's great. I wasn't." During the final days of the Battle for Gobwin Knob, Stanley had abandoned the city to make a break for the unclaimed capitol of Faq, to restart his Side there. (Book 1 Page 77)

Rightshoring was briefly mentioned on Page 41 as a potential ally and target for diplomatic overtures.

Stanley's insecurities about being hated have been seen before, when Wanda mentioned that Jillian hated him. (Book 1 Page 66)

Chief J and Shaggy are references to Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope of Insane Clown Posse.

"His beat was sick, and they could dance-fight to it." is a play on the phrase "It's got a good beat and you can dance to it."