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Parson Gotti: Jack? Can you understand at all?
Jack Snipe: A wise man can see more from the bottom of a well than a fool can from a mountain top.
Parson Gotti: Um, okay.
Guess we should wrap this up.
If you do snap out of it, try and convince the Tool to come back to the city, okay Jack?
A small holographic image of Parson hovers beside Jack Snipe.
Jack is riding on the armored, red dwagon behind Stanley.
A green, a brown, and the head of a blue dwagon are in the background.
Stanley is gritting his teeth in anger at some unknown event.
Parson walks away from Maggie and the desk as he removes the 3D Glasses. An Archon leans up against a window trying to peer through the window to see what Parson is up to.|||
Maggie: I'm sorry, Lord. It was only a postulate...
Parson Gotti: D'worry about it.
We try things.
Occasionally, they even work.
Parson stands tall and confident against the gray ceiling.|||
A mass of gobwin infantry is entering the huge arched doorway to the Tower of Efdup. Four individuals are slightly ahead of the main force.|||
A column of Gobwins descends a long staircase. They carry a variety of wicked weapons, including swords with jagged designs and meat tenderizers as tall as the gobwins themselves.|||
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The Gobwins have attacked the Marbits with surprise. One leaps high with a huge sword poised to cleave a Marbit in twain.|||
Parson Gotti: If they pursue, lead them into traps, or towards Sizemore.
But only collapse tunnels when it'll score a high value target.
- ^ Famous adage, anonymous.
- ^ Saying of Balthasar Gracian.
- ^ IKEA, Swedish furniture company.