Well, here we are ladies and gentlemen, the 25th hole of the Nontoxic
Invitational Dwarven Golf Tournament. Tension is high as Ivoldi
sets up for this final hole.
Turgeïs: And a Great hole, it is too! (Laughter)
Truan: Yes it is, Turg, yes it is.
Turgeïs: But one has to wonder if Ivoldi is up to it today. He was rather
badly mauled by a Fetch at the Last hole and his play in general
has been rather sluggish.
Truan: I have to agree with you there, it has seemed the he has been
Lagging rather badly lately. But you know better than to count
him out just based on a few minor burns.
Turgeïs: Yes I do, Tru. As I recall it was you that said he was going
to lose Rank at the Devil's Overlook tee off.
Truan: I certainly had egg on my face that day. I never suspected that
Turgeïs: Well, enough of that. Ivoldi is setting up for the shot. He seems
to be selecting two satchel charges for this hole. Rather ambitious
if you ask me.
Truan: Well, thankfully we are not asking you Turg! This can only mean
he is planning to go the distance on this shot. There, he is preparing
for the toss, aided by his caddy, Deri.
Turgeïs: And there is the toss - a good center shot!
Truan: It's up! We definitely have some air here. Up, up, up...
Turgeïs: Look at that perfect arc of blood trailing behind the head! Looks
like it is going a bit too far...
Truan: No! Look! The wind is pushing it back! Ah! He did it!
Turgeïs: A hole in one! The crowd here is going wild.
Truan: Well, that wraps it up. Ivoldi has shut out the competition with
this daring play. Future Dwarven golfers will do well to watch
the film [mac] [win] of this.
The judges later ruled that Ivoldi's shot was improper and disqualified
him from the tournament. Ivoldi and his caddies committed suicide
It is interesting to note that you cannot win this level by satchel-ing
the head into the Devoid! However, if you have a Dwarf toss the
head into the Devoid and it gets stuck on the edge (happened to
me the first time I played this level) you can use cocktails to
dislodge it and win the game.
Just another Myth idiosyncrasy we will have to cherish. Thanks
to Jeremy Hildebrand for the idea and the film.