TREY: So, The Sloth goes and kills Wilson. It’s getting near the end of the story here, but basically you could tell what happened. Wilson is dead, and Errand Wolfe kind of takes over. Everybody who thought this whole revolution was gonna end up in peace, this whole war was going to end up in peace, it never happened. So Errand Wolfe becomes a whole new dictator, and you can kind of hear his voice ringing off in the distance. People chanting him [odd “Errand” chant]. So here he is now.
Meanwhile, it’s been a couple of years since Colonel Forbin first came. We’re gonna go right now off into a distant field, where there’s this shepard that lives out there. He’s living out there, and he’s kind of seen the whole thing peripherally, the whole revolution and everything, the coming of Wilson, because he’s always lived on the outskirts. He’s standing out there now, and he sort of sums the whole thing up from an outside perspective, standing out there, talking with his little flock and everything. He sums it all up with this little song...
[Band performs “McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters” and sets up a new conclusion of the saga with the next narration.]
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