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Sylvia is demolishing everything in her path as she leads a group of Hobgobwin knights and mounted Green and Red dwagons. The Hobgobwins are stabbing Jetstone infantry, and the dwagons are burning and eating them. The Jetstone infantry are actually running from them. A fire burns in the background.|||
Downward shot of Ace hefting some broken masonry, he's smiling down at Cubbins, who is unconscious and Incapacitated underneath some beams that saved him from being crushed.|||
Ace looks up at three Battle Bears and an LFN, who look down at him curiously. There's a huge pile of broken masonry above and behind Ace.|||
Aerial view of the Atrium. The cloth golems are throwing rocks at the approaching dwagons, who continue to combo breath attack.|||
Count Downer: There're a lot of stairs and halls ahea— Uck.
Slately-Ditto: Count Downer!
Captain Archer gapes as he's pushed forward by the boulder, hitting him square in the back while he was about to fire. A Decrypted cameo infantryman wearing blue rectangular glasses gasps in shock behind him.|||
Captain Archer is flat against the floor as the boulder crushes him. Ashes are wafting up from his nose and mouth as he gets re-croaked, his eyes are swirly and his gaze confused, with a raised eyebrow.|||
Two decrypted fight as Captain Archer completely dissolves into ashes. The boulder that crushed him sits in the middle of the ash cloud. The beefier infantryman is wearing blue rectangular glasses, the other is getting cut in half.|||
- ^ Possibly a reference to Gilligan's Island, where the Skipper Jonas Grumby would refer to Gilligan as his 'Little Buddy'
- ^ A reference to the Hard Rock Cafe.
- ^ The name Ziggy, the use of percentages and the fact that both Captain Archer from Star Trek: Enterprise and Doctor Sam Beckett from Quantum Leap were both played by Scott Bakula make it likely that this is a reference to the TV show Quantum Leap
- ^ "The gentleman in Panels 9, 10, and 12 of Page 098 is Kickstarter supporter Chris Miller, aka Firewheels. Chris donated the Mac Mini I am using on my end for the motion comic project, and it's a great machine. Thank you, Chris!" – WoT December 10th Newspost