In Dan’s episode Jake was turned back into a troll again. He looks best green, which we all know is not easy to be.
After Jack was killed by a runaway bus, we find Jake alone in his apartment, settling in for an evening of crappy television, homesick for the world of his birth and the company of other trolls, but sadly, what can a troll do, his $16.50 an hour at the box factory won’t give him enough money to build a space ship for years, if he could find all the parts, and a pretty big place to build it.
Suddenly, the room was magically filled with Troll, in the form of Lord Threll, High Chancellor of Jorisania and his bodyguard Simon Thud, who has come to inform Jake about his past, after which they use the magical frying pan to teleport them to Jake’s home world.
Lord Threll explains that Jake is the last surviving son of the dying King of Jorisania, which means, if things go as it looks like they will, it won’t be too long before he’s thrown into the deadly maelstrom of political intrigue that surrounds the struggle for the throne.
Jake is introduced to The Grand Wizard Viziir, the troll responsible for the locating spell and the magical frying pan, and who, after asking about his unusual hair color, tells Jake of the state of the Kingdom, which, to say the least, does not look too good.
Faced with a mountain of problems, what will Jake do now?
I guess that’s up to Patrick Leon. Good luck, dude.
Love it! The SNOT work is perfect! I love the added spike hear to the king. When does jake get his coconut speeder back!? C-mon! Anyway, with his 16,50 dollars he must buy a little ship, 100 bricks maximum! 50? Okay 10! Bohooo... *snif* Just kidding. You did a great job! Great work on the build and on the story. A+! Keep it bricky!~Joris