TREY: Ok, some of you don’t look like you really know what’s going on right now [chuckles] so obviously i’ve got to explain it to you. Picture if you will, Colonel Forbin, aging retired military man, who has passed through the corridor into the land of Gamehendge, home of the Lizard people and of course the evil King Wilson who has taken the Lizard people all over the land and enslaved them, the evil King Wilson. And the way he’s done this is that he’s taken the Helping Friendly Book, which is the book they used to base all their life on, and he’s stolen it and hidden it in the highest tower of his castle somewhere in the middle of Prussia.
So here we have Colonel Forbin climbing up the great mountain to find the great and knowledgeable Icculus, the god of Gamehendge. He’s found the great and knowledgeable Icculus and he’s asked the great and knowledgeable Icculus to help him free the people of Gamehendge. At this point in time, Icculus has said “I am going to help you” and what he’s going to do is, he’s calling on his friend, the Famous Mockingbird, who’s flying out of the sky and landing on Icculus’ shoulder. Icculus is going to whisper into the Famous Mockingbird’s ear and tell him to fly to Prussia, go to the King, to the castle of the evil King Wilson and steal back the Helping Friendly Book, bring it to the Lizard people of Gamehendge, thereby freeing them forever and letting them live in peace and tranquility.
So here he comes now, saving the day, the Famous Mockingbird...
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