NARRATION: Porfaia, The valley capitol of the Fire Tribe. ARRAGOND: My son! Welcome! Welcome home!

Gee, It’s Good To Be Back Home Again – Page 1189

12 thoughts on “Gee, It’s Good To Be Back Home Again – Page 1189

  1. The prank trap is about to be sprung.

  2. “Gee, It’s Good To Be Back Home”
    I’m back in the USSR! You don’t know how lucky you are, boy! Back in the USSR!

    1. @[Reservist]:
      You went with The Beatles?
      I heard this as more mellow, John Denver tune:
      [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgSHHziz0LE]
      #Or_Is_It_Just_Me?

      1. Aye, I went with the Beatles, indeed. πŸ™‚

        Thanks for the John Denver tune. I like it.

  3. Well, that was quite a jump. πŸ˜›
    So we get to meet Arogand then. This should be interesting. I wonder how much Pontigar has learned over the last few months?

  4. Well, one Moon Tribe gal always knocks me out
    Puts me on my behind
    Them Normos girls make me rage and shout
    And Urts’re always on
    My my my my my my my my my mind

  5. I need a recap. Who is Arragond and who is the son?

    1. Father and son and King and Prince of the Fire Tribe. πŸ™‚ Arrogand and Pontigar, both rather prideful and sexist thinking men are better than women. Arrogand was the one, who a few years back forced a challenge to the alliance between the tribes, which Zona had to solve in three days. (And that was when she met Keltan).
      We haven’t actually been introduced directly to Pontigar’s father before beyond that.

    2. Arragond (or Arrogand, in versions from… years ago :-P) is the king of the Fire Tribe. And Pontagar is his son (possibly one amongst others) πŸ™‚

  6. Did Mentl slap Pontagar, the son, and say: “I’m not your boy!” before singing magik only to be interrupted by Tula?

    1. Exactly.

    2. Yes, he did. πŸ™‚

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