Where Does The Lone Ranger Take His Garbagester?
For an ancient and long-abandoned city park, this place sure does have a lot of dumpsters in it. You find yourself standing next to one of them.
You pick through the trash and find a couple of halfway-useful things.
One of the following:
|You acquire an item: adder|
And of the following:
You knock over the dumpster, which falls onto an adjacent dumpster, knocking it over, which falls onto yet another dumpster, so on and so forth -- a chain reaction of a thousand dumpster dominoes.
Pygmy janitors flood out of all of the buildings adjacent to the park and begin scurrying around picking up the garbage you just dumped everywhere.
Dump and run isn't even a phrase. You can cut and run. In fact, you do.
Occurs at The Hidden Park
- The first item dropped by the first option is random. The second item will be one of the pieces of equipment the pygmy witch surgeon drops, or a bowling ball (up to three). Once those items are in your possession the second item will always be a surgical apron.
- Knocking over the dumpster causes pygmy janitors to stop appearing in the other zones and start appearing in The Hidden Park.
- The answer to the question "where does the Lone Ranger take his garbage?" is, of course, "to the dump, to the dump, to the dump, dump, dump." Which makes sense when you remember the theme music most associated with the Lone Ranger is the finale to Rossini's William Tell Overture. The answer to this question, therefore, would be, appropriately enough, "to the dumpster, to the dumpster, to the dumpster, dumpster, dumpster."