TREY: So, the Sloth comes up there. They get the Sloth, and the Sloth goes into the middle of town, finds Wilson, and in a fit of fury kills Wilson. Wilson is dead. The town is in joy. People are out in the streets. They think that it’s all over, but what they didn’t realize is that Errand Wolfe, who now has the book, ends up becoming just the next Wilson. With the book, he takes that power in his own hands, and he can’t take the greed so he ends up taking over the castle. And for years after that, Errand Wolfe becomes the new Wilson.
Now, for those of you who didn’t follow everything that we just said, we’re gonna kind of go outside of the city now. As we go outside of the city, we come out to the outskirts of the city where there’s this shepherd, and he’s out there with his flock. As he walks along, we go up and he tells this little tale here that kind of chronicles the whole thing, how it all took place and how it affected him as a shepherd on the outskirts of the town. And, it goes something like this...
[Phish performs “McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters,” which will be followed by a brief return to the sounds from “NO2” earlier and a short narration to conclude this version of the saga.]
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