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Turn Number:6 AW
Side's Turn:Gobwin Knob

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Panels: 12
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Panel 1

Stanley stands before the Tower of Efdup as he addresses the crowd. He is wearing black leather, open to the belly button, and wearing white face paint with a black, five-pointed star around the right eye.[1] The Arkenhammer is carried low in his right hand.[edit]
Stanley the Tool: So what I'm saying is, the Titans have a plan for me. [edit]

Panel 2

The Knights in Stanley's Service are lined up in formation. They are dressed in leather and metal, and wearing white face paint with various black and grey patterns.[2] Their expressions are distinctly not reassured.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: And y'know...

Prob'ly for you, too.

They're pretty good about crap like that.

Panel 3

Stanley is pulling on the Purple Eyemancer's sleeve.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: But in my plan, I can only take the top three of you with me.

Plus this clown.

Purple Eyemancer: We all float down here.[3]

Panel 4

Sizemore and Bogroll lean out the window looking down. Parson looks too, from behind them.[edit]

Parson Gotti: So that's their... war paint?

Bogroll: So fearsome.

Panel 5

From the perspective of a Knight in the ranks, we can see Stanley and the Purple Eyemancer standing before the open door to the yellow-brown Tower of Efdup.[edit]

Parson Gotti: Who's that with him?

In the purple. That's not...

Sizemore Rockwell: I fear that it is.

The Foolamancer.

Panel 6

Parson stomps away from Sizemore and Bogroll, who are still looking out the window. Sizemore is standing on a chest to gain the height needed to reach the window.[edit]

Parson Gotti: I'm going to the war room. Now.

Sizemore Rockwell: Wait.

You need to see this, too.

Panel 7

Against the backdrop of the Tower of Efdup and the Courtyard, four dwagons descend on the Garrison of Gobwin Knob. The head of a black is in the foreground, a blue on the left, a red is shown almost in its entirety right of center, and above it the closest to landing is a green. The Knights are tiny figures on the distant ground.[edit]

Parson Gotti: Boopin-A.

He recalled the dwagons.

I...think this war is over.

Panel 8

Stanley the Tool is viewed from below as he hefts the Arkenhammer over his head toward the flock of dwagons in cloudy blue sky.[edit]

Sizemore Rockwell: I'm sorry, Warlord.

Parson Gotti: I'm still gonna go.

Book me if you need me.

Panel 9

Stanley and the Foolamancer are now mounted on a red dwagon high overhead. A green and a blue fly around behind.[edit]

Stanley the Tool: So.

That's the way it is.[4]

Good bye, and good luck.[5]

Panel 10

The white painted head of a Knight is in the lower right corner, while the left is dominated by the Tower of Efdup. The dwagons recede into the distance.[edit]
Sound: EEP? [edit]

Panel 11

Sizemore has opened his Eyebook to read the incoming message from Parson.[edit]

(Eyebook) LordHamster: Can casters be uncroaked?

Sizemore Rockwell: Oh no.

Panel 12

Parson is holding the orange-robed corpse of Misty, the Lookamancer, in his arms.[edit]
Parson Gotti: This is hardball, man... This is booping hard core. [edit]


  1. ^ Stanley's outfit and makeup are a reference to KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley.
  2. ^ In particular, one of the Knights is wearing the "Demon" makeup pattern of KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons, and another is wearing the "Spaceman" makeup pattern of KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer.
  3. ^ This line is a quote from Pennywise the clown, a character from Stephen King's novel It.
  4. ^ A reference to Walter Cronkite's sign-off catchphrase, "And that's the way it is, (today's date)."
  5. ^ A reference to Edward R. Murrow's sign-off catchphrase, "Good night, and good luck."