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"Part Two, Mood 7 Mind Destroyer": While being interrogated in the back of a police car, Sir Ystin tries to escape from captivity. He enters a scuffle with the officers, but is able to free himself and reclaim his sword. Once he escapes, he is thrust into a world he has ne


Quote1 I am Guilt: a Sheeda Mood 7 Mind Destroyer. Your sword cannot wound me. No others can see me. I kill with words. Quote2
-- Guilt



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Synopsis for "Part Two, Mood 7 Mind Destroyer"

While being interrogated in the back of a police car, Sir Ystin tries to escape from captivity. He enters a scuffle with the officers, but is able to free himself and reclaim his sword. Once he escapes, he is thrust into a world he has never known, a world thousands of years away from his own. Ystin wonders where Vanguard is and he begins to feel lonely and depressed. He suddenly encounters a being named Guilt, a "Sheeda Mood 7 Mind Destroyer" who can kill people by convincing them to commit suicide. Guilt begins to taunt Ystin, telling him of how Camelot fell and was ruled by King Mordredd, as well as informing Ystin that he spent 10,000 years in Castle Revolving while the Sheeda ravaged the world.

Meanwhile, it is revealed that Vanguard was taken by agents of Vincenzo Baldi, the Undying Don of the West Coast Mob. Vanguard reveals to Vincenzo that he can talk, but not before Vincenzo is hit by an arrow from Neh-Buh-Loh, huntsman of the Sheeda, who proceeds to attacks Vincenzos' mansion on a giant spider.

As Guilt pushes Ystin to the brink of suicide, they come across two hoodlums berating an old man. Ystin tells them to stop, but they threaten him. He easily dispatches the two, overcoming Guilt's power over his mind. Ystin sits down next to the man, and realizes that he can somehow speak and understand English. The man states that the world needs a "Shining Knight", and that he won't have to fight alone.



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  • Sir Ystina's dialect is of Old Welsh origin.



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