The Disone Major (p.045)

All Disone(s) sure as hell ARE in trouble

The questionning of Cuchulainn's ghost by the god Oghme, quite unconvincing by the way, ends abruptly as the former comes to the realization that he is quite dead. But most of all, because of some stone coming loose from a ceiling. Funny how these things happen.
 
 
 
The Door Closes (p.046)
The Door Closes (p.046)
 

The questionning of Cuchulainn's ghost by the god Oghme, quite unconvincing by the way, ends abruptly as the former comes to the realization that he is quite dead. But most of all, because of some stone coming loose from a ceiling. Funny how these things happen.

CRRRR

OghmeNO!

Oghmegront... this cannot be ! what did you do with our keys, dimwited black bumpkins ! yes..., the disone major, the great disone, the fibula you bunch of muddy brained animals ! fallen, taken,... taken by who ? the disones with a cow ?... what are you talking about, you illiterate scum !?!

 

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The Disone Major
All Disone(s) sure as hell ARE in trouble
The questionning of Cuchulainn's ghost by the god Oghme, quite unconvincing by the way, ends abruptly as the former comes to the realization that he is quite dead. But most of all, because of some stone coming loose from a ceiling. Funny how these things happen.
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CRRRR

NO!

gront... this cannot be ! what did you do with our keys, dimwited black bumpkins ! yes..., the disone major, the great disone, the fibula you bunch of muddy brained animals ! fallen, taken,... taken by who ? the disones with a cow ?... what are you talking about, you illiterate scum !?!

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