TREY: So there it is. Years pass. Basically what happens is… That’s basically it, but what happens after that is that of course the head of the revolutionaries, Errand Wolfe, who was with Tela, ends up getting the book in his hands, getting greedy, and taking the place of Wilson becoming the next evil tyrant.
So there we are, and right now to sum the whole thing up picture if you will, out in the middle of a field, there’s a shepherd, and he’s got his meager flock of sheep . He’s trying to live. The whole place has become basically a war-torn, recession-torn, economic disaster. He’s out in the middle of the field here, and we kind of come up to him and he sings this little poem to sum up where things are.
But, like I said before, it isn’t over yet and there’s more songs. For instance Llama, if you listen to the words to that, that tell you about later years in Gamehendge. But this is it for this episode of Gamehendge, so here it comes, “McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters.”
[“McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters” concludes this Gamehendge journey.]
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