And at that, we'll be leaving Gwendolyn and Nine Eyes for now. Their role in the plot is pretty long-term, so won't be seeing many details just yet, but it serves its purpose for now.
I very much like the way this one came out, but not a lot to say about it. We change focus to other matters on Saturday, and hopefully people will enjoy.
Here are Abe's comments -
Reminds me of that scene from Robocop 2. "Isn't the moon wonderful tonight? " "It's still daytime." "It's the thought that counts." And a delightful scene change isn't it. From the desert to the forest. I'm not to sure why desert is in a forest but I consider it a large oasis of sorts, much like the Land of Oz was lush paradise in the middle of the Deadly Desert. As you can probably tell, the moon is not completely visible because the sun is barely setting so in that respect it's more of a twilight moon before it gets all round and shiny.