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Parson fishes out a metallic gray object from the box.|||
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Bogroll has the hilt and forte (part of the blade near the hilt) of a sword in one hand, and the foible (part of the sword away from the hilt, including the tip) in the other. The two parts are joining together, with a red energy glowing malevolently between them. In the background, Parson is examining the back of the Luckamancy Charms box.|||
This panel is filled with the back of the cereal box. From the bottom rises a crudely drawn volcano with a single twisting road up to the caldera. In the caldera, where Gobwin Knob should be, there is a white maze. On the upper left is a stylized image of a dejected-looking Parson, indicating the starting point. There are three circles inside the maze. In the upper right is the 3D Glasses, in the middle left is the Mathamancy Bracer, and in the lower right is the sword. Below the sword is another stylized image of Parson, wearing his three Magic Items while grinning and celebrating. The background of the box is a mountain range, and there is a single green dwagon looking down on the volcano.|||
Top Left: Erfworld Mills
Top Center: Luckamancy Charms
Top Center: They're tragically malicious!
Upper Text Box: Hey, kids, help the Summon Spell fix its goof by getting Parson everything he was missing... and make him The Perfect WarlordTM
Maze Goal 1: Glasses See unit stats!
Maze Goal 2: Bracer Calculate odds!
Maze Goal 3: Sword - 3 in 1 Leadership! Combat! Ruthlessness!
Lower Text Box:
When Parson has collected all of his items, the spell will finally be complete! Yay!
Bottom Center: Contains a full day's supply of Luckamancy. Eat up, dood! You're gonna need it!
A close up of the sword as Bogroll passes it to Parson reveals there are several small red gems acting as eyes for stylized beasts in the hilt.|||
Parson swings the sword down and to the side, as if testing the weight.|||
A close-up of Parson's face shows that he is suddenly very grim, and committed. His eyes glow red, forewarning a new Parson has been created.|||
- ^ The name and appearance of the cereal box are a parody of "Lucky Charms" brand breakfast cereal. The front of the box has a picture of Hamstard wearing a green hat with a shamrock, parodying the Lucky the Leprechaun advertising mascot.