TREY: Okay ladies and gentlemen, we’re gonna do a special song right now. We’re going to a magical place. Yes, that’s right, you know where we’re going. We’re going to [Page plays Call to the Post] Gamehendge. Come with us now on a trip through time and space to Gamehendge…
[Page and Mike accompany with a loose blues vamp, occasional splashes from Fish]
You see before you a vast green field stretching as far as the eye can see underneath an enormous mountain in Gamehendge. If you’re walking out this green field, you’re looking across this green field, and the sky is splitting open above you [Page plays Divided Sky theme] and Icculus is looking down, the great and knowledgeable Icculus, and in front of you, you see a Rhombus. A black Rhombus is in the middle of the field in front of you, right over there, there it is.
[Page plays theme again]
You look up at the Rhombus, you and your two friends, and you look up at the Rhombus, and you take your three hooked instrument for climbing and throw it onto the Rhombus. And, you climb to the top of the Rhombus. And your friends climb up behind you until finally you are on top of the Black Rhombus and you look up into the sky and you scream, praying to the gods in the night sky, something like this...
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