Steve: Did we do it? Are we finally done?
Zack: We did it.
Steve: I feel like we could have done more on the foxwoman. Or covered more monsters.
Zack: Now come on, Steve. Monsters? What would yon valley elf say to being called a monster?
Steve: He knows what he is.Steve: I'm mad because we should have at least covered the devils. You just made fun of them in the first part and then got sidetracked into the Modrons.
Zack: We were doing a public service.
Steve: So you say, but I think one page of Modrons was enough.
Zack: It's way more than enough. Zero pages of Modrons is enough. But no one else was going to handle the Modrons.Steve: Sometimes you have to let nature and natural selection run things. It's how you get things like the pitcher mouth plant.
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