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Stanley is glancing back over his shoulder at Jack with significant concern. Behind them is a green dwagon with a Knight riding it.|||
A close-up of Jack Snipe reveals the pink in the sclera of his eyes, and worry lines in his forehead. He seems wild and uncontrollable, smiling with the joy of a madman. *(He looks like Jack Nicholson)|||
The back of the armored red dwagon passes by with the green dwagon in the distance.|||
Stanley the Tool: Look. Maybe I'm partly...
Look, we can work on straightening you out when we get to Faq.
A blue dwagon has moved up on the right of Stanley and Jack on the red. The green has caught up and is turning away to fall back.|||
The mountains have gotten close, and there is a clear split in the rocks between two tall ones. This is where Stanley is leading the dwagons.|||
Jack is looking directly ahead, and is quite startled. His outburst causes Stanley to turn back towards him.|||
Jack points past Stanley directly ahead. In the background the dwagons follow them into the crevice in no particular formation.|||
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The Arkenhammer is held high, and radiates lightning into the air. Stanley shouts and looks ready to kill. Jack smiles knowingly on the back of the red dwagon.|||
- ^ A quote from Ambrose Bierce, the Devil's Dictionary, 1911, playing on the phrase Cogito Ergo Sum, "I think therefore I am."
- ^ "The Medium is the message.", Marshall McLuhan.
- ^ Fools Rush In (where angels fear to tread).
- ^ "O, woe is me,/To have seen what I have seen, see what I see!" is from Hamlet, Act 3, Scene i. Ophelia is bemoaning the change from the noble Hamlet she has seen previously to the madman she sees now.