The Singing Tree (Meditate)

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The Singing Tree
The Singing Tree

Before Ascension:


On your way to the Haunted Pantry, you stop to meditate at the Singing Tree.

The Tree sings a song that reminds you of the bad times, and then it sings a song that reminds you of the better times.

Magicallness courses through your veins. And you have so many veins that I'll bet you think the Tree's song is about you. Don't you? Don't you?

You gain 3 Wizardliness.

After Ascension:


On your way to the Haunted Pantry, you stop to meditate at the Singing Tree.

It sings with you, sings for the years, sings for the laughter and sings for the tears. It sings with you, just for today.

You feel magicalness course through your veins as the tree sings and you dream on. This definitely replaces the dreams in which you're dying as the best dreams you've ever had. Which is, y'know, kind of sadly funny.

You gain 3 Mysteriousness.

Occurred at The Haunted Pantry.

References

  • The pre-Ascension version alludes to a lyric of the song Tubthumping by Chumbawamba, "He sings the songs that remind him / Of the good times / He sings the songs that remind him / Of the better times."
  • The pre-Ascension version also references to a lyric from the refrain of the song You're So Vain by Carly Simon, "You're so vain / I'll bet you think this song is about you / Don't you? Don't you?".
  • The post-Ascension version references a lyric from the song Dream On by Aerosmith,"Sing with me sing for the years / Sing for the laughter and sing for the tears / Sing with me if it's just for today."
  • The post-Ascension version also references a lyric from the song Mad World by Tears for Fears, popularized by the movie Donnie Darko, by Gary Jules: "I find it kind of funny, I find it kind of sad / The dreams in which I'm dying are the best I've ever had."
  • Likely a reference to the Singing Bush in the film The Three Amigos.