Next- The Wienervention Part III: We Don’t Know What To Think

Disciples of Otis,

Brother Oliver here.

When we last left off, I had beaten Sir Thomas upstairs to Kitty Valhalla only to find that the wiener collage was no longer there. Oddly, this seemed to perplex Sir Thomas as well, and he seemed to be in a big hurry to get out of Kitty Valhalla after he inspected the wall and noticed something to his right. After Sir Thomas left, I went in to take a closer look. As I was looking to the right and trying to figure out what had apparently disturbed Thomas, Brother Henry finally joined me in Valhalla. When I asked him what had taken him so long he simply said, “That kid has some moves you wouldn’t believe…”.

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Brother Henry finally joined me as I tried to figure out where the wiener collage went and what Thomas had seen.

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Next- The Wienervention Part II: An Unexpected Development

Disciples of Otis,

Brother Oliver here.

When we last left off, Brother Henry and I had just told Thomas that we wanted to talk to him about the collage he had created in Kitty Valhalla. Thomas acted like he heard something in the house and then dashed inside. Fortunately, and please don’t tell him I said this, Thomas has somewhat comically stubby legs, so both Brother Henry and I can run faster than him. As soon as Sir Thomas dashed inside the house Brother Henry and I darted after him. Brother Henry tackled the knight, and I ran straight past the ball of flying fur and paws that resulted. As I topped the stairs and entered Kitty Valhalla, I stopped cold in my tracks. From downstairs I heard Brother Henry exclaim, “Ouch! How did you do that?”, and then Sir Thomas appeared at the top of the stairs behind me. He immediately started saying, “You shouldn’t be up here Brother Oliver! There is nothing going on up here! Nothing at all! I… Brother Oliver?” Sir Thomas had just noticed that I was too transfixed by what I was seeing to pay much attention to what he was saying.

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Sir Thomas started trying to convince me that nothing was going on in Valhalla. I was too transfixed by what I was seeing to notice.

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The Wienervention Part I: Confronting The Knight

Disciples of Otis,

Brother Oliver here.

Sir Thomas finally lost interest in playing “Wiener Slayer”. I have no idea why. Anyway, Brother Henry and I finally worked up the courage to confront our resident knight about the bizarre collage he had created up in Kitty Valhalla. It all started out in the Outdoor Domain. I was laying on one side of Sir Thomas, and Brother Henry was sitting on the other side. Brother Henry said, “Ummmm… Thomas? We need to talk to you about something very important. We think you might be getting a little too obsessed with wiener dogs for your own good. I mean, we’re starting to worry about your mental health after…” Looking back toward the house and Kitty Valhalla, Brother Henry finished, “… after seeing what you’ve been up to in Valhalla.”

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Brother Henry told Thomas we were concerned by what we had seen in Valhalla.

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We Have Created A Monster

Disciples of The Leader Otis,

Brother Henry here.

Ummmm… well, Brother Oliver and I finally came to our senses and decided that the wiener dog threat really must be a figment of Thomas’s imagination. Brother Oliver thinks Thomas’s obsession is fueled by too much access to both catnip and the internet. I’m inclined to agree. Anyway, we have a new problem now, and this new problem has really put Brother Oliver and I on edge. In fact, we spent the entire morning sitting on the folding table in the living room. The table provided us with an elevated vantage point to survey our surroundings, and its placement in the middle of the room made it harder for anyone to sneak up on us.

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We spent all morning on the folding table. We were on edge.

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Brother Henry Should Talk To Thomas

Disciples of Otis,

Brother Oliver here.

After our shocking discovery in Kitty Valhalla, Brother Henry and I regrouped in the Outdoor Domain to discuss what we should do next. To me, our next move is obvious- Brother Henry needs to confront Thomas about what we found. Clearly our resident knight has an overactive imagination, and his obsession with wiener dogs may eventually pose a problem if it interferes with his Cult related security duties. Since Brother Henry is The Muscle of The Cult, and thus in charge of security, he should be the one to talk to Thomas. I pointed this out to Brother Henry, but all he said was, “I hear you Brother Oliver but I’m busy right now.

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I told Brother Henry he needs to talk to Thomas, but he said he was busy.

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Uncovering The Secret Part III- All Is Revealed

Disciples of The Leader Otis,

Brother Henry here.

When we last left off, Brother Oliver had joined me in Kitty Valhalla, and I was about to open the curtains so we could both get a good look at what Thomas has been hiding up there. I did just that, and both Brother Oliver and I were dumbstruck by the sight that lay before us.

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I threw back the curtains and revealed Thomas’s secret. Click on the image to see it full size so you can witness the disturbing content for yourself!

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Uncovering The Secret Part II- I Can’t Believe My Eyes

Disciples of The Leader Otis,

Brother Henry here.

When we last left off, my curiosity for what was behind the curtain in Kitty Valhalla had just overcome my wariness of the creepy minions that were glaring at me from the corner. I crept forward to take a closer look. The curtains themselves seemed normal enough, but I thought I could make out colors and shapes hiding behind them. I paused to watch for any signs of movement. For all I knew, Thomas could have a whole other army of minions waiting behind the curtains. The last thing I needed was to be caught unaware by a raging horde of plushy terrors.

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I paused, attempting to peer through the curtains. I didn’t want to be the victim of a plushy minion ambush.

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