Steve: The manticores are chowing down on their gnome meal. You've got the treasure. There's a sword called Blackrazor and a magic hammer and I think a boomerang or something.

Zack: Can Buddy use any of these weapons?

Steve: No.

Zack: Why didn't you tell me that at the beginning?

Steve: Would you have still gone?

Zack: Buddy didn't go at all, remember? He turned into gas and then you had a wind blow him to the mountain. I think this was all just an excuse to relive some weird fantasy you have about kelp ladies and Donnie's older sister.

Steve: Her name was Kelly.

Zack: I can't believe you subjected me to all this.

Steve: At least you have the sword and stuff you can trade to someone else.

Zack: Yes, good point, I can trade my fake magic sword and hammer to someone else like all the nobody I intend to ever talk about this with, ever.

Steve: You might use Buddy Jones again in one of these scenarios.

Zack: Buddy Jones is gone. He is retiring. He is going to a tropical climate with nice beaches and he's conjuring up a couple of nice native girl skeletons in grass skirts to fan him and he's going to drink things out of pineapples.

Steve: Sounds like there's an adventure in there somewhere.

– Zack Parsons and Steve "Malak" Sumner (@sexyfacts4u)

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