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Comic #2926

1 {scene: darkness}
1 Gollum: Gollum!
2 Alvissa: It's the Gollum creature! Kyros, some light so we can see it!
3 {Kyros lights his orb}
4 Lambert: He went that way!

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I almost want to put a "whum!" sound effect on the illumination of Kyros's orb - you know, the sound effect you get in movies and TV when a huge bank of bright lights is switched on. Not that the lights themselves actually make this sound in real life (the sound you can hear when big banks of lights are switched on is the electrical systems that handle the sudden turn-on of all that current). And not that a magical glowing orb would make this sound for any readily conceivable reason.

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