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- First full appearance: Daemir Daggerbite (also with goggles?)
- “I come from the mountains”
- More wall scrawlings: “Abysma”, “anathemite”
- There are dried plants fastened to the walls to cover the stench
- Corny discovers the Plagiarist mantra, in panel 5
- Look out behind you!
- Corny finds the “mysterious cottage”; what was being done here?
- Tuftans (first full appearance)
- There is writing on the walls, and are some of the corpses wearing goggles?
- Corny drops the “S-bomb”, befouling his breath even more so
- Insanus observes from his special floating island, through a divining pool
- Castle Inway is visible in panel 4
- Things are looking better…?
- Is that the twin moons of Yotaton in panel 2?
- Is consuming food necessary in the Beyonding, or is there another method of sustenance?
- First appearances: Insanus and Kudo
- First introduction to Pip, Bromance’s familiar and companion
- Besmurchins rarely act on their own… so who’s controlling them?
- Pip’s expression in panel 3 indicates that the search for the Lost Book has been long and fruitless
- First appearance of Bromance!
- Corny inadvertently unleashes a Conundrum regarding the Overkeeper’s visor, causing a bolt of lightning
- First depicted form of Bromance’s privilege, also known as a weirdsword, or variblade
- First appearance: Prince Karbunkel of Fargon. He is first seen tracing, which is a Plagiarist discipline
- First appearance: Vurka, the Prince’s sycophant. Both he and Karbunkel were able to sense the Lost Book’s return to the Beyonding, which is another knowledge forbidden by the Midirian Empire
- First full appearance: Overkeeper of Inway, King Reclinus V’s militia
- In the Beyonding, the use of foul language causes increasingly bad breath, which attracts and frenzies the Besmurchins
- First full appearance of the Besmurchins
- Would the Lost Book really be blank?
- Whose sword is that?
- The Entry Pedestal covers with moss after deposit
- Corny drops another “D-bomb”
- What’s that in the trees?