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Parson Gotti: I appreciate that you have my best interests in mind.
But if you ever cross me like that again...
Resting his arms on the ledge, Sizemore continues gazing out the window.|||
Parson stands behind Sizemore, looming over his shoulder. Sizemore looks back at him out of the corner of his eyes.|||
Sizemore looks over his shoulder to address Parson. His earlier apathetic expression has been replaced by agitation.|||
Parson looks stern and holds his thumb and forefinger together as if holding something up to be viewed.|||
Parson Gotti: When you know what you have to do, you have to do it.
You can't sit there and let things happen to you.
That's a fail.
Sizemore sits on the chest below the window, with his hands on his thighs. He looks thoroughly unhappy.|||
The frame shows a closeup of Sizemore looking out the window. He looks stunned, even horrified.|||
Sizemore is still at the window, but has turned to look back into the room. His arm points down into the Courtyard.|||
In the Courtyard stands a line of five muscular orange hobgobwin warriors, dressed in leather and metal, and all wearing white face paint with grey/black designs. They are holding axes with glowing red blades. Another line of similarly-dressed hobgobwins is visible behind the first.|||
- ^ This description, and Sizemore's fatalistic attitude toward the situation, bears an obvious ironic resemblance to Parson's pre-summoning attitude.