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WonderDrow
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I give Dorothy a new pair of magical ruby slippers and tap "Flight Home".
Her target is the hill.

Then put two Composite Golems on the hill in defense mode.

 
True colours always shine brighter within darkness. ~ WonderDrow ~
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The Narrator
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Derek summons flying monkeys he hopes is in the game which he's never heard of.....  They retrieve the hill and flight poo at Dorothy. 



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Derek A. Haynes
Lead Tutor
Destined for Greatness: Academic Services
*~\The Narrator/~*

"There's one thing you should know about me; I never explain anything!"
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Gentleman Vaultboy
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Anyone who plays New Chess knows what this card does.
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The Narrator
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 narrator is currently in control of the hill., and that's the bottom line 

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Derek A. Haynes
Lead Tutor
Destined for Greatness: Academic Services
*~\The Narrator/~*

"There's one thing you should know about me; I never explain anything!"
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Gentleman Vaultboy
Unfortunately for all of you, you've fallen right into my classic Martin Luther Gambit. For everything miraculous that happens to the original hill, I gain Faith points equal to my number of followers times miraculous acts witnessed. Thanks to all of you I now have sufficient points to A). tank the faith hit for excommunicating the original hill and B). still have enough left over to declare my hill The One True Hill.

I can't believe you guys just rolled over and let me grow a Level 10 World Religion, that's how Karl Lutz won the King of the Hill Nationals.
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Zaleramancer
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Paralyzed Mandarian Infliction: Frenetic Activity Infusion!

Your religion is bogged down by a sudden burst of bureaucratic redtape.

In the meantime, I make four copies of the hill, then shuffle them around so that no one can tell which one is the original.

If I can't have the hill, no one can.
“She'd become a governess. It was one of the few jobs a known lady could do. And she'd taken to it well. She'd sworn that if she did indeed ever find herself dancing on rooftops with chimney sweeps she'd beat herself to death with her own umbrella.”
― Hogfather
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Gentleman Vaultboy
Oh, the Fitzgerald Response. Well played, that's enough to caused a theological schism in my church over which Hill is the authentic one. In accordance with rule 189.c, the heretical factions have occupied the other three hills as their own holy sites and their Hostility Beakers are 67% full and rising. I am hemorrhaging Faith.

I think we may have a crusade on our hands after the next couple of turns. I'll have to peruse the Supplementary Rules For Medieval Warfare.
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WonderDrow
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Good thing that I anticipated such a hidding-the-hill tactic.
And had the ground octopi burry a transmutation bomb deep within the hill.

With a push on the red button the bomb activates and transmutes the surface material of the hill into Prasiolite Quartz.

The hill to be owned looks shiny.
True colours always shine brighter within darkness. ~ WonderDrow ~
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The Narrator
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You fools fell for my intricate trap. I've been slowly manipulating you to do my bidding. Now that the hill is shiny, the people of Oz will have no choice but to gather around it, singing and dancing. The Hill, now my hill ,is surrounded by a thick musical number not too many can resist. 




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Derek A. Haynes
Lead Tutor
Destined for Greatness: Academic Services
*~\The Narrator/~*

"There's one thing you should know about me; I never explain anything!"
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Zaleramancer
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*Continues to use Ozma as a puppet ruler over the Ozmites, who are ever loyal to their fairy princess with the magical belt of doom*
“She'd become a governess. It was one of the few jobs a known lady could do. And she'd taken to it well. She'd sworn that if she did indeed ever find herself dancing on rooftops with chimney sweeps she'd beat herself to death with her own umbrella.”
― Hogfather
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Re: King of the Hill.

Gentleman Vaultboy
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You fools! Consider the circumstances!

My Faith Points skyrocket from the sudden transmutation of the Hill I'm on, enough for me to spawn a Great Prophet. And I'll think I'll use them on the filthy pagans currently cavorting around my hill. Decent from the mount, Great Prophet. Mass Convergence!

With this sudden influx of followers, the offshoot religions Hostility Beakers rise to 87% percent full. But I now have an army capable of fighting all three at once.
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The Narrator
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You fools!  The great prophet set up the way for not only Ozma to be overthrown, but I, the great and powerful Oz to take ownership of all of Oz, and this hill!

The music continues, as they sing the praises of the dreaded(pun intended) Oz!



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Derek A. Haynes
Lead Tutor
Destined for Greatness: Academic Services
*~\The Narrator/~*

"There's one thing you should know about me; I never explain anything!"
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Zaleramancer
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I retreat to the center of the sun.
“She'd become a governess. It was one of the few jobs a known lady could do. And she'd taken to it well. She'd sworn that if she did indeed ever find herself dancing on rooftops with chimney sweeps she'd beat herself to death with her own umbrella.”
― Hogfather
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WonderDrow
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Good thing I had that talk with Dorothy before hand.
She warned me that the Wizard Of Oz was someone who likes to narrate behind a green curtain.
So I had my suspicions that The Narrator would pretent to be Oz.

I suppose it's time to move the hill to a plane of existance without munchkin.

I sacrifice both my Composite Golems which gives me sufficient mana to tap Two Mr. T.



In attack mode.  You fools are countered.

This gives me time to cast a teleport instant spell that moves the hill to New-Earth.





True colours always shine brighter within darkness. ~ WonderDrow ~
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Celadon's Penultimate
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I send a Cosmic Owl through the depths of space-time to New Earth where the hill now resides. When it reaches the Hill, it drops from its claws a large hill-sized letter. Flapping its wings, the Cosmic Owl grants the hill sentience (or enhances its awareness, if nobody cancelled its previously-endowed sentience), and flaps in place, giving the hill time to read the letter.

It's an invitation to Hillwarts, School of Ditchcraft and Hillardry! For the especially talented young hill seeking to enhance its budding hill-like, peakish and dunely abilities, and to become a productive landmark in nature.

The hill is so excited, it's positively rolling! And after packing a few things (some nice molehills and anthills and sticks and flowers and whatnot), the Cosmic Owl flaps its wings, opening a dimensional portal. It and the hill pass through, to the magical and wondrous Hillwarts, which happens to be located in Arboralia, not far from the Penultimate's own summer home.

As the two arrive, the Cosmic Owl turns back into the Penultimate's servant Terryffinda, and the Penultimate relieves the hill of its sentience, before claiming his rightful place on top of it. And at every side to ward off any potential pretenders to the hilly throne, there are placed four clones of among the most powerful mythical creatures in existence: Queen Titania (Fairy Queen), Djinn Zetsuei (King of the Djinn), Gaz-Arag (King of the Boogeymen) and Darkess Faye (Queen of Witches).

My hill.
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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The Narrator
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Upon discovery of the Penultimates mighty trick, the Narrator, hailing from New Bern, distracts the four guards with a refreshing Pepsi. The mighty beverage attracts the foes, and they turn on each other to fight for the 20 oz drink they want. In the ensuing chaos, the Narrator sneaks to the hill, and distracts Penultimate the best way he knows how.

"Penny!!!!! It's so great Narrator let me out to talk to you!"Areson exclaims,  "I've been begging for weeks for him to allow us time to chat. 

Shoot the breeze!  
Catch up! 
Talk it up!  
Sit near the water cooler!

And it's finally hear PU...that day you've been awaiting, are you ready for this?!  Derek booted me out of his drap boring mind, and sent me to stay with you!  And guess how long Ill be here?

FOREVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER, AND EVER....."

Areson continues to sing and dance shouting 'and ever' while Narrator whisks the hill to CommonLand. Home of The Commons, a rag time team of heroes lead by the not so great Average-Man!  Also there's a couple of ways to get Areson to leave, but like me, they have to be convoluted. 

MAH HILL PEOPLES!!!!





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Derek A. Haynes
Lead Tutor
Destined for Greatness: Academic Services
*~\The Narrator/~*

"There's one thing you should know about me; I never explain anything!"
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Ericus Europaeus (Bug)
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I decide to plan this one out carefully.

I disguise myself as the the Bug-nificent magician. I then create a wonderful card trick spectacle that lures the Narrator into my stand of wonder (which is actually a portal to the negative zone).

I then go and decide to fool him into participating with a disappearing act trick. Using a special cloth laced with chloroform i knock him out, throw HIM into the negative zone stand, then lay some cards around the perimeter of the hill containing (you guessed it) MORE NEGATIVE ZONE TRAPS.

I then sit upon the hill, on it's nice golden throne.

My new province of Bugenthia a obvious copy of Kethencia do to a lack of creativity.
Sonic Mania? Project Sonic 2017?
Time to get out the fanfiction again....
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The Narrator
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[who is shad??]

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Derek A. Haynes
Lead Tutor
Destined for Greatness: Academic Services
*~\The Narrator/~*

"There's one thing you should know about me; I never explain anything!"
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Ericus Europaeus (Bug)
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(((made for shadowwulf, you ninja'd me so i had to adjust for you)))
Sonic Mania? Project Sonic 2017?
Time to get out the fanfiction again....
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The Narrator
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(I must be a ninja, all that typing, so I'm in the negative zone?)



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Derek A. Haynes
Lead Tutor
Destined for Greatness: Academic Services
*~\The Narrator/~*

"There's one thing you should know about me; I never explain anything!"
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