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Book (TBFGK)
Page by page (39)
Panel by panel (39:1)

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Turn Number:4 AW
Side's Turn:Gobwin Knob

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Panels: 14
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Panel 1

Parson is walking into a room, by way of a door flanked by two guards with polearms. In the foreground, Stanley can be seen seated at a table.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: Siddown, Hamster.

Let's get some breakfast.

We got a long day ahead of us.

Panel 2

An overhead view of the room shows Parson and Stanley seated at a small table, empty except for an eyebook at Parson's hand. Across the room behind Stanley is a much larger table, with a small box on the floor next to one side.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: By my order, you may now speak.[1]

Parson Gotti: Oh.

Yeah thanks, Tool.

Panel 3

Parson is seated at the table, looking a bit apprehensive and uncertain.[edit]

Parson Gotti: Um, so Bogroll says food is supposed to just materialize?

But I've been thinking. I'm not really from this universe. What if that rule doesn't...

Panel 4

The table between Stanley and Parson now holds a full breakfast for each of them: a plate of bacon and eggs for Stanley, and a packaged meal with a drink for Parson.[edit]

Parson Gotti: Oh, man.

Stanley the Tool: Yeah, it better pop.

The treasury puts your upkeep cost at over a thousand Shmuckers a turn.

Panel 5

Parson is holding up a wrapped hamburger and grinning happily, as Stanley watches.[edit]

Parson Gotti: Look at this!

It's a Happy Meal!

Burger, fries, cookie! Toy!

Stanley the Tool: Even your food has stupid names.

Panel 6

Stanley scowls and gestures at Parson.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: You better be worth it, Hamster.

That brain of yours'd better contain every fact about every battle ever fought.

Parson Gotti: This is Code Red Mountain Dew!


Ohhhh do I need this!

Panel 7

Parson takes a closer look at the package his food appeared in.[edit]

Parson Gotti: No, wait.

It says it's a "Stupid Meal"

Stanley the Tool: Ha!


Panel 8

Parson reads the Stupid Meal package, as Stanley looks bored and distracted.[edit]

Parson Gotti: Stupid Facts About Erfworld.

"Did you know? When flying units are over water, mountains, or heavy trees, they can only be attacked by other flyers?

Stanley the Tool: Of course I knew that.

You'd have to be a moron not to know that.

Panel 9

Parson looks down at the Stupid Meal package.[edit]
Parson Gotti: I didn't know it. [edit]

Panel 10

Stanley's jaw drops as his fork falls to the table.[edit]
Sound: clunk [edit]

Panel 11

Stanley sits, completely stunned.[edit]
(There is no text in this panel.) [edit]

Panel 12

Stanley raises an arm and frowns slightly.[edit]
(There is no text in this panel.) [edit]

Panel 13

Stanley points a finger upward in an emphatic gesture as he finally manages to verbalize a reaction.[edit]
Stanley the Tool: Uhm... [edit]

Panel 14

On the other side of the table, Parson grins as he continues reading the Stupid Meal package. Meanwhile, Stanley shows an exasperated expression as he picks up his eyebook.[edit]

Parson Gotti: Huh! There are four known Arkentools?

Stanley the Tool: I'm getting Wanda up here.

Parson Gotti: This thing is pretty educational.


  1. ^ This is a reference to Stanley's command to "Shut up until you're ordered to speak!" Parson had already figured out a loophole (the original attempt failed because of Bogroll's illiteracy; presumably he used the same tactic before his conversation with Sizemore).