Welcome to "National Brickographic". Were scouring the globe for exciting, interesting people to interview and get to know. (and cause we want to get away from Staffords cooking).
About this creation
So here we go!
"The Anchar Warlock, as he is called by the natives of central Africa, is an elusive man, keeping to himself and his "apprentices" mostly. Though rumors from people who has sought him and returned say hes a bit ... odd. He seems to entertain notions that he is (or should be) the leader of all the African tribes. "
^He seemed set on us taping some primitive ritual, from two angles, even. Pushy
^It seems this "Warlock" has some interesting special effects. They were top of the line, too!
(I'm tired of writing witty, interviewer captions for now, I'll get back to it later)
(The back. Phipson's favorite view, still.)
(closer in, with a better view of the Apprentice)
(The Right side. I like the Cave and arch here.)
(The left side. I like the tree here.)
"Hey, you! Get away from the tree! Rotten Varmints"
The chicken, "The other white meat"
(even though it's more of a Rooster. No, he's not related to Rory)
"After The interview, we were treated to a delightful chicken dinner. I don't really want to know what spices he put on it, but it was Delicious!"
"Warlock. I like that head-hair combination. Reminds me of Kelso's MOM!"
"The masters Tools of the Trade. Hyena Gall, monkey brains, Elephant blood, and pepper, gotta have the pepper."
"Our humble Warlocks Cave, where most of the "warlocking" happens. We still haven't figured out Where he sleeps."
"It seems Iced Cream comes from in the 'Underworld', as he calls it."
"And, if anyone cares, A no holds, barred picture of the Warlock. He really was nice for not cursing us and feeding our brains to his "zombie minions" until AFTER the picture was taken."
note: this will be the last installment on "National Brickographic" until further notice. We need a new host and camera crew"
Yeow! Glad I don't live in that neighborhood. Sounds like trouble. Nice thing about skeletons working for you is you don't usually have to feed them. Keeps your budget down. Nice lookin' scene. see ya. garth