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Book (TBFGK)
Page by page (87)
Panel by panel (87:1)

Page Info [edit]

Turn Number:7 AW
Side's Turn:Gobwin Knob

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Panels: 9
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Panel 1

In a brown cavern, a orange-brown crap golem hides in a side passage as three marbits advance cautiously.[edit]

(Eyebook) LordHamster: You need to hit only the scouting stack that got closest to the[1] reaching the city.

Sound: BLORT?

Panel 2

The crap golem attacks. In response, a marbit pulls a string that pops a stick out from under a large rock above.[edit]

Sound: GORGLB!

Marbit: Eeeyah!

Sound: poit

Panel 3

The rock lands, making a loud sound, but there is no sign of the crap golem.[edit]

(Eyebook) LordHamster: But hit it with excessive force.

Sound effect as rock lands: SMIRTCH

Panel 4

On the left, the crap golem sends tendrils from around the rock towards the four marbits on the right. Three marbits tunnel with picks and shovels while the last hangs back and watches the golem's approach.[edit]

(Eyebook) ImInUrDirtz: Excessive force. Got it, Warlord.


Marbit: Eee! Eeee!

Sound: chip chunk chip chunk

Panel 5

A sudden brightness flashes through the tunnel the marbits are digging. The hole is much wider than a pick.[edit]
Sound: whasching! [edit]

Panel 6

Three marbits look high above them in despair. Whatever is coming, it's tall and frightening.[edit]

Marbit: Hnuh!

Marbit: Och!

Panel 7

Four metal golems are shown standing shoulder to shoulder, in various poses. They bear more than a passing resemblance to the band KISS[2].[edit]

Golem: Ooohoooh!

Golem: Ahahaahahaaa!

Sound: GÖLEM[3]

Panel 8

One of the golems slams double fists into the ground.[edit]
Sound: NWOBHM[4] [edit]

Panel 9

A closeup view of Sizemore's shocked expression.[edit]

Sizemore Rockwell: Oh, wow.

Uhm, good-

G-Good job, guys.


  1. ^ The four golems resemble the band KISS, specifically in the pose found on the to their album Destroyer
  2. ^ This is a reference to the use of a "metal umlaut" as a flourish to give a band's logo a Teutonic air.
  3. ^ NWOBHM is an acronym for "New Wave of British Heavy Metal"