"And They Fought": Kelle, Dinanna, and Ahtmahn remember how their differences resulted in them fighting each other devastating much of the planet in the process. Just as Dinanna had been the one to throw the first punch she was the first realize what their war was doing to the planet. They the
- They need gods, they already are men. They need guidance--not one more man among them.
- — Kellel
Appearing in "And They Fought"
- Kellel (Flashback and main story)
- Dinanna Truthqueen (Flashback and main story)
- Ahtmahn (Flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "And They Fought"
Kelle, Dinanna, and Ahtmahn remember how their differences resulted in them fighting each other devastating much of the planet in the process. Just as Dinanna had been the one to throw the first punch she was the first realize what their war was doing to the planet. They then bound together in a great ceremony so "the three who had been three became the three who are one". They pull themselves out of their remembrances and realize they have vague memories of the outlanders and this troubles Ahtmahn.
Appearing in "A Special Dark Angry Flappy Toy"
- The Joker (The Fool)
- Necrotechnic Scanner
Synopsis for "A Special Dark Angry Flappy Toy"
Morgaine le Fey is using the souls of Punch and Jewelee to power the Necrotechnic Scanner looking for an upgrade of "The Fool" position in the Dark Arcana while Enigma questions the wisdom of this action. Morgaine le Fey dismisses the suggestions of The Creeper, The Trickster, Mr. Nobody, and Harley Quinn as either ill suited or only a minor upgrade. Then the Necrotechnic Scanner presents the Joker who seems to be able to see them. Morgaine le Fey and Enigma go to get him and find a Chaos rift that the Joker is controlling on his own. Convincing the Joker to join them they return to find the Necrotechnic Scanner fried and Punch and Jewelee either dead or driven canonically insane. Enigma comments they may have made a terrible mistake.
- Enigma speculates as to who the Joker is in the revised New Earth reality: Red Robinson, Wilhelm Veidt, or Jack Napier. He also wonders if these are urban legends fueled by the Joker himself.
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