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Duncan Scone: Come forward! Fight me where I stand, knight!
Vurp: No, I am a chief!
You come over to fight me!
Duncan: I'm... a chief as well, actually.
Vurp jumps onto Duncan's megalogwiff and attacks Duncan, who blocks with his sword.|||
On the back of the megalogwiff, Vurp holds his axe above his head, ready to swing at the prone Duncan. Vanna, with sparkles around her head, rushes over to Vurp.|||
Vurp: Ha! One thing you will not be any more now is: chief.
Vanna: Binding arbi...
Another thing is: alive!
Vurp appears pixellated, like in an old arcade game. His outfit has changed to a pair of boxing gloves and trunks.|||
What is this strangeness?
Vurp, Vanna, and Charlie are all pixellated in a scene that resembles Street Fighter. Charlie and Vanna are in their Street Fighter outfits.|||
Charlie: We're taking a bit of a time out, here, Vurp.
A little "free-action" action?
- ^ Thunderstruck The font for "thunderstruck" is in the style of AC/DC, and the dialogue and sound are a reference to their song "Thunderstruck", including the ululations of Duncan.
- ^ Vanna's Spell Binding Arbitration is legalese for having an unbiased 3rd Party come in to settle a conflict, and agreeing to abide by their decision. Charlie is, of course, the perfect candidate for "unbiased".
- ^ Time Out Possibly a pause-button joke?
- ^ Free action "Talking is a free action." In any media that isn't live-action, time seems to freeze for as long as characters need to talk. This is most obvious in tabletop RPGs, where players can spend several hours debating what to say to the King who has just greeted them.