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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. The Arkenhammer is carried low in his right hand.|||
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. Their expressions are distinctly not reassured.|||
Stanley the Tool: And y'know...
Prob'ly for you, too.
They're pretty good about crap like that.
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.|||
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.|||
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.|||
- ^ Stanley's outfit and makeup are a reference to KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley.
- ^ 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.
- ^ This line is a quote from Pennywise the clown, a character from Stephen King's novel It.
- ^ A reference to Walter Cronkite's sign-off catchphrase, "And that's the way it is, (today's date)."
- ^ A reference to Edward R. Murrow's sign-off catchphrase, "Good night, and good luck."