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Book (TBFGK)
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Panel by panel (18:1)

Page Info [edit]

Turn Number:3 AW
Side's Turn:Gobwin Knob

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Panels: 14
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Panel 1

The spellcasting effect in the Tower of Efdup has faded, leaving a bare greenish room. All that is visible now is the top of Parson's head. From the way his hair is hanging, it is clear he is still on all fours.[edit]
(There is no text in this panel.) [edit]

Panel 2

Exhausted, Wanda has fallen into a bow, resting her hands on her knees. Her hair is disheveled.[edit]
(There is no text in this panel.) [edit]

Panel 3

Stanley looks perplexed, one eyebrow raised, as he studies his new "perfect" Warlord.[edit]
(There is no text in this panel.) [edit]

Panel 4

Parson looks up, a bit nonchalant, his pudgy face stark in the now-cel-shaded environment of Erfworld.[edit]
Parson Gotti: Holy boop.[1] [2] [edit]

Panel 5

Parson suddenly shouts, his brow furrowing in pain and his mouth gaping.[edit]
Parson Gotti: AAAAAH!! OW! [edit]

Panel 6

Wanda and Lord Stanley stand in front of Parson. Wanda looks concerned, while Stanley looks irritated. Some distance behind them is the egress from the Tower of Efdup casting chamber, a door shaped like a grotesque mouth, through which the light of day shines. In the foreground, Parson's bulk is still hunched on all fours.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: Warlord.

Parson Gotti: Ow!





My booping skull!

Panel 7

Parson clutches his head, looking panicked.[edit]

Parson Gotti: What the boop is going on?

Wait...what is this "booping" boop?

I can't say "boop?"

Panel 8

Wanda looks at her summoning in apprehension, her lip curling into a slight sneer as she speaks.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: Warlord. You have been summoned to serve Lord Stanley the Plaid...

...and lead his armies to victory.

Panel 9

Lord Stanley looks irritated, one hand on his hip, as he points imperiously forward.[edit]

Stanley the Plaid: Okay! I get it. I get jokes.


Now banish this pile of crap and get me the real one, Wanda.

Panel 10

Parson remains hunched in the center of the summoning circle, while Wanda stands fast, looking at him, and Lord Stanley runs circles around both of them, shouting interruptions. It is clear that Parson is a great deal larger than either Stanley or Wanda.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: Lord, I...

Stanley the Plaid: This isn't funny! He doesn't even speak Language!

Parson Gotti: Ow!


Wanda Firebaugh: Lord, please...

Stanley the Plaid: I can't even see his points!

Panel 11

Stanley looks livid now, his teeth and entire tiny body clenched. Wanda, in the foreground, glares back over her shoulder at her Ruler.[edit]

Stanley the Plaid: Wanda, he's useless!

You're useless!

You got me some kind of crazy giant potato man!

Parson Gotti: No.

I understand.

Panel 12

Wanda remains rooted in place, cocking her head and looking at Parson with a head-cocked, slightly bemused expression. Parson, meanwhile, is still holding his head in his hands.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: You do?

Parson Gotti: Yes. I'm...doing the "Wizard of Oz" thing.[3]

Or more likely...

I'm having a stroke, or I'm in a coma.

Panel 13

Parson looks up, his face screwed up in pain as he squints and frowns unintentionally. He's taken one hand off his head but the other is pressed to his left temple.[edit]

Parson Gotti: Are you a sorceress?

Wanda Firebaugh: Yes.

Parson Gotti: Do you have a headache spell?

Wanda Firebaugh: Yes!

Panel 14

Wanda, realising she's misunderstood Parson's question, turns away slightly, looking at him half-apologetic, half-concerned.[edit]

Wanda Firebaugh: Or... To cure one? No.

If I had that, I would never stop casting it.

Parson Gotti: Boop me in the boop.


  1. ^ Parson's speech is still represented in the "real-world speech" Maiandra GD font rather than the Gorilla Milkshake used to represent the speech of Erfworld natives. This will continue to be the case throughout the comic.
  2. ^ Parson's attempt to swear is automagically censored by Erfworld.
  3. ^ Parson is referencing the "it was all a dream" ending of The Wizard of Oz. (Specifically, he is referencing the well-known 1939 movie version; the original novel does not use this device).